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MICHIGAN CITY | Jacob Bensz thought he might be the target of a practical joke when someone asked him to round up a stray alligator at work Tuesday morning.
LAPORTE | A Portage man with a history of molesting children and peeping at women is back behind bars.
Two women are suspected of stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise with fraudulent gift cards at Family Express stores in Porter and LaPorte counties.
LAPORTE | The LaPorte School Board is sticking with its decision to hire a former East Chicago and Portage school administrator with past allegations of anti-Semitic teacher harassment.
George Cole, 74, posing with his Yosemite Sam statute returned to him after it had been stolen from his front porch outside LaPorte.
LAPORTE - Shelly Daniel was on her way to work in Mishawaka at 4 a.m. recently when she spotted something out of the ordinary.
Nancy Shail holds a sign and U.S. flags to honor fallen firefighter Jamie Middlebrook during his funeral procession Monday through downtown New Carlisle.
Crowds gathered in the street in downtown New Carlisle Monday to honor fallen firefighter Jamie Middlebrook as his funeral procession made its way through town.
A New Carlisle Fire Department vehicle holds a photograph of Assistant Chief Jamie Middlebrook, who was killed last week battling a fire in an industrial building. The photograph is surrounded by Middlebrook's helmet and flowers.
NEW CARLISLE | Sarah Audiss was not surprised at the huge turnout Monday for the funeral procession of New Carlisle Fire Department Assistant Chief Jamie Middlebrook.
LAPORTE | The once white and green barn with an uncertain future is back to its glory days in welcoming motorists into LaPorte for generations to come.
LAPORTE | LaPorte County officials are flexing muscles to try and force progress on what seems to be stalled plans for the Kingsbury intermodal facility.
LAPORTE | William Wood, 63, has definite plans to grow tomatoes in a community garden being developed next to his residence in LaPorte's downtown area.
LaPORTE | Nobody was more choked up, perhaps, than Blake Johnson who was shown the ropes of firefighting by fallen New Carlisle firefighter Jamie Middlebrook.
A procession of motorcycles makes its way Saturday through LaPorte at Lincolnway and J Street in memory of fallen New Carlisle Assistant Chief Jamie Middlebrook. Middlebrook was killed Tuesday night in a fire near Hudson Lake.
The motorcycle riders met for some instructions and to talk Saturday prior to leaving the LaPorte County Fairgrounds.
LAPORTE | The public is invited to a motorcycle ride Saturday to honor New Carlisle fallen firefighter Jamie Middlebrook.
LAPORTE | LaPorte County Jail authorities were still not sure Thursday how an inmate apparently got his hands on a large amount of crack cocaine.
The large county-owned barn on Ind. 2 in LaPorte was recently restored.
The restoration of the large barn on Ind. 2 across from the LaPorte County Fairgrounds is almost complete. Tax dollars and private funds were used to replace the roof and windows and paint the county-owned building its original red.
William Wood of LaPorte is looking forward to planting vegetables in the new community garden at Jefferson Avenue and Jackson Street in LaPorte.
MICHIGAN CITY | At a time when some boat shows folded due to the economy, the one in Michigan City is still going strong now in its 35th year.
LAPORTE | Many cases of child abuse get overlooked because far too many people -- including those in positions of authority -- are not sure how to respond to their suspicions.
LaPorte County authorities were trying to find the varmint who stole a life-size statue of the well-known cartoon character Yosemite Sam.
MICHIGAN CITY | The Great Lakes Grand Prix in Michigan City appears just as popular as ever with speculation that attendance for the sixth annual power boat race might set a record.
LAPORTE | It's hard for some to imagine any other antique tractor more beloved than the familiar orange ones churned out years ago by Allis Chalmers. The company began making farm equipment in 1914 and continued until its closing in the 1980s.
LAPORTE | LaPorte police on Friday were investigating an early morning armed robbery by men wearing masks.
MICHIGAN CITY | More than 100,000 people are expected to make Michigan City their destination this weekend for the 6th annual Great Lakes Grand Prix and other festivities related to the powerboat race.
LONG BEACH | Long Beach police are turning to the public for help in identifying a man suspected of breaking into three lakefront homes and setting one of them on fire.
MICHIGAN CITY | The last of three suspects charged in connection with the accidental strangling death of a 5-year-old boy at a Michigan City day care facility turned herself in.
A Michigan City man has been charged with fraudulently using a LaPorte County government credit card to make a purchase.
MICHIGAN CITY | Authorities Tuesday were still looking for a third suspect charged in connection with the June 9 strangling death of a 5-year-old boy at a Michigan City day care.
LAPORTE | What could be a hotly contested rematch between a former LaPorte County Commissioner and the man who defeated him four years ago has been given the go-ahead.
MILL CREEK | Someone kicked in a LaPorte County garage door and stole vintage Tonka trucks.
LAPORTE | Police responded to a call regarding a possible drowning victim, but discovered instead a handicapped LaPorte County man who bailed from his sinking boat then swam 75 feet to shore.
LAPORTE | CarolAnn Garrartt started piloting small airplanes as a hobby, though not one that would allow her to see the world.
MICHIGAN CITY | Charges were filed Friday against the owner of a Michigan City day care center for the hanging death of a 5-year old boy.
LAPORTE | A man convicted of killing a teenager during a July Fourth party last year in Long Beach is going back to jail for attending a Chicago Cubs game.
CarolAnn Garratt stands by the airplane in which she has circled the world three times at the LaPorte Municipal Airport last week.
Sandra Mullins, of LaPorte, is battling pyoderma gangrenosum, a rare flesh-eating disease.
LAPORTE | Sandra Mullins is keeping her head up despite a battle with breast cancer and now a rare flesh-eating disease.
LAPORTE | A 78-year-old LaPorte woman was still “black and blue” Wednesday after a pit bull crawled under a fence and bit her.
LAPORTE | A pit bull that left two children with scars on their faces will be euthanized, county officials said.
Assisting at disasters on behalf of the American Red Cross is getting to be old hat for George Hayes, who is off to render aid in Washington, where wildfires continue ravaging hundreds of thousands of acres.
LAPORTE | A maker of high quality films used in advertising and products like wall decals is expanding in LaPorte.
LAPORTE | A pit bull bit two children on their faces in separate attacks outside LaPorte.
LAPORTE | A LaPorte man was flown to a Chicago-area hospital after a head-on crash that shut down a stretch of Ind. 39 north of LaPorte.
LAPORTE | The candidacy of a man running for LaPorte County Commissioner is being challenged on allegations he lives in Michigan.
LAPORTE | An 8-year-old LaPorte girl was being raped in a woods as her mother began calling out her name trying to find her, according to court documents.
LAPORTE | A LaPorte High School graduate had already racked up several first place finishes prior to winning the Grand Champion Steer contest Friday at the LaPorte County Fair.
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