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Camille Person of Lansing holds her 2-year-old daughter, Camia, on the porch of her mother's home on Carriage Lane Wednesday. The family lost power during Monday night's storms and ComEd estimates it will not be restored until noon Friday.
NIPSCO-contracted crews from Missouri-based Ameren work to repair a broken electrical pole in an alley behind Wicker Avenue near 173rd Street in Hammond Wednesday.
Loretta Gesmond, right, of Hammond's Woodmar neighborhood, talks with Justin Wyatt, of Ameren, in the alley behind her home Wednesday. Wyatt told Gesmond her power, which has been out since Monday night, should be restored by the end of the day.
A 35-foot pine tree sits uprooted in the front lawn of Norm and Sue Wiening's home in the 1100 block of 173rd Street Tuesday morning. The tree did not damage the home.
A tree crashed through the roof of a rental home in the 1600 block of 175th Street in Hammond Monday night. The tenant was not home at the time and no one was injured in the incident.
A 35-foot pine tree sits uprooted in the front lawn of Norm and Sue Wiening's home in the 1100 block of 173rd Street in Hammond Tuesday afternoon after powerful storms blew it down overnight.
Geovany Joya-Alcazar, 20, of Hammond, holds his 2-year-old nephew, Jaylin Gonzalez, on the porch of his mother's home. Joya-Alcazar's brother, 18-year-old Jose Alcazar, died Monday night after jumping into Lake Michigan in Whiting, leaving behind his son, Jaylin Gonzalez.
Stephen Schwemlein, 10, of Highland carries the Special Olympics torch Tuesday morning in Lansing in the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run with his swim coaches Kendall Sarafini, right, of Lansing and Lauren Bouwman, left, of Dyer.
Alexis Barrera, 7, of Whiting carries the Special Olympics torch along with her swim coaches and police officers Tuesday morning in Lansing as part of the annual Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Caitie McCoy, right, an environmental social scientist with the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant, walks Monday with sixth-grade students from East Chicago Lighthouse Charter School through native plants they planted two years ago at Roxana Marsh.
Andrea Bock, a teacher at East Chicago Lighthouse Charter School, and her students look Monday at native plants the students planted two years ago at the once polluted Roxana Marsh.
David Ullrich, executive director of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway Cities Initiative, addresses stakeholders Thursday at A Conference on the Environment in Michigan City.
Joel Brammeier, president and CEO for the Alliance for the Great Lakes, speaks Thursday at A Conference on the Environment in Michigan City.
Empty picnic tables sit beneath dead ash trees Tuesday in Hammond's Pulaski Park. Officials said an emerald ash borer infestation killed close to 100 trees at the park, forcing the parks department to cancel picnic permits there for the season.
Jeff Cardwell, special assistant to Gov. Mike Pence, speaks at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Jackson Street of Dreams project Thursday in Gary.
Local leaders participate in a ceremonial groundbreaking at Grant and Jackson streets for the upcoming Jackson Street of Dreams project, which will bring four new homes to the neighborhood.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks to partners gathered Thursday for the groundbreaking ceremony for the Jackson Street of Dreams project.
Scotlund Haisley, president and founder of Animal Rescue Corps, prepares gear for transporting nearly 20 dogs from the Humane Society of the Calumet Area in Munster to Nova Scotia. Haisley's group rescued six dogs from a dog-fighting ring in Mississippi who are being rehabilitated at the Mun…
Moe, a pit bull terrier rescued from a dog-fighting ring in Mississippi, takes a break from a walk at the Humane Society of the Calumet Area Thursday.
Shirley Yoder of Steger, left, a volunteer with the Humane Society of the Calumet Area, and Jessica Petalas, center, the volunteer coordinator for the group, prepare cages for the transport of nearly 20 dogs from the shelter to Nova Scotia Thursday.
DYER | Police said Wednesday they're investigating whether a 911 call that prompted a SWAT team response at a Dyer home was a hoax.
GARY | Gary police are investigating the death of a woman who is believed to have died elsewhere and been left in an alley in the 2500 block of Jefferson Street, officials said.
CROWN POINT | Ethard McIlroy has worked on election day for years and estimates Tuesday's voter turnout could be one of the worst in years.
CALUMET CITY | A Calumet City police officer is being lauded as a hero after rescuing an infant from a burning home Thursday night.
WHITING | Strangers and friends stopped by a memorial Thursday afternoon to pay their respects for a 12-year-old boy killed in a hit-and run crash.
WHITING | The release of up to 1,638 gallons of crude oil into Lake Michigan from BP's Whiting Refinery will likely not harm area wildlife -- in large part -- thanks to the long, brutal winter.
GARY | Two drivers were killed in a fiery collision and rollover crash early Thursday in Gary.
The oil spill at the BP Whiting Refinery may be as much as three times as large as first estimated.
WHITING | After the second day of cleanup, crews have removed the "vast majority" of surface oil floating in a Lake Michigan cove after BP Whiting Refinery discharged as much as 756 gallons of crude into the Great Lake.
HAMMOND | Fire officials are calling a Hammond man a hero after he rescued his neighbor from her burning home Wednesday morning.
WHITING | Hazmat-suited crews worked Tuesday to clean up an oil spill that spread across 5,000 square feet of Lake Michigan after a Monday afternoon discharge from the BP Whiting Refinery.
A man stole a Prompt ambulance Tuesday, triggering a police chase through much of northern Lake County into south Chicago, police said.
The latest snowfall left thousands without power for most of Wednesday and caused numerous crashes.
CROWN POINT | Three residents are safe after their home was engulfed in flames Wednesday morning.
Rob Higley, director of marketing for Crosspoint Kinetics of Indianapolis, left, speaks to Jared Aladenika and Felicx Reyes, right at the South Shore Clean Cities annual meeting. Aladenika and Reyes are sophomores at Alan B. Shephard High School in Palos Heights.
GARY│Calling this winter “one of the most brutal in recent memory,” Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Friday announced a strategic blitz to address a record or near-record amount of potholes on state roads and highways throughout the state.
Northwest Indiana residents woke up Wednesday morning to 2 to 8 inches of snow and major traffic delays on the interstates.
HAMMOND | The Region STOP Team arrested one of Lake County's most wanted on Tuesday night in Hammond, East Chicago Police Chief Mark Becker said.
MICHIGAN CITY | Coolspring Township Fire Chief Mick Pawlik arrived Thursday to a mile of devastation on Interstate 94 near Michigan City.
HAMMOND | Had city officials been given an opportunity to inspect the rental house at 644 Sibley St. prior to the fatal fire Wednesday night, the residence likely would have been declared uninhabitable.
HAMMOND | Space heaters being used in a home without heat are believed to have caused a Wednesday night house fire that killed three young children, officials said.
Jacqueline Ross, great aunt of Eva Casara, speaks through tears at a vigil and march for the slain pregnant teen Saturday in Dolton. Casara was gunned down on Christmas Day.
Community activist Andrew Holmes embraces Esterita Casara, mother of slain pregnant teen Eva Casara, during a vigil and march in Dolton Saturday night. The teen was shot Christmas Day.
Chicago community activist Andrew Holmes, left, embraces Esterita Casara, mother of slain pregnant teen Eva Casara, Saturday during a vigil at the site of the teen's Christmas Day murder in Dolton.
Dolton Police Chief John Franklin, right, speaks during a Saturday night vigil and march at the scene of the Christmas Day shooting death of pregnant Calumet City teen Eva Casara.
Darryl Welty, of Highland, buys Mega Millions tickets Friday from Karen Deichen, co-owner of Riley's Place Varieties in Lansing. Welty said he'd buy a lake house if he won the $425 million jackpot.
Karen Deichen, co-owner of Riley's Place Varieties in Lansing, sells Mega Millions tickets Friday to Mary Deltoro, of Lansing. The jackpot stands at $425 million, the second largest in the game's history.
EAST CHICAGO | Residents near 145th Street and Baring Avenue were evacuated for four hours Monday during the city’s latest gas leak.
Ted Erceg, left, of Valparaiso, and Joe Pupillo, of Dyer, listen to a presentation during the Hartsfield Village Veterans Day luncheon in Munster. The veterans, who were chilhood friends in Gary, were the guests of honor at the event.
Joe Pupillo, of Dyer, addresses veterans gathered for the Hartsfield Village Veterans Day luncheon in Munster. Pupillo and Ted Erceg, of Valparaiso, were the guests of honor.
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