Lake Superior Court Judge Nicholas Schiralli cannot transfer into the Lake Juvenile Court, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Friday.
HAMMOND | Multiple teachers have been reprimanded and at least one person fired in the wake of a state investigation into Northwest Family Services, state records show.
HAMMOND | The sentencing hearing for former Gary Councilwoman Marilyn Krusas has been rescheduled for Aug. 21, federal court records show.
INDIANAPOLIS | Times staff members earned eight state awards Saturday in the Indiana Associated Press Media Editors Newswriting Contest.
Lake Superior Court judges and magistrates were unable to reach a compromise in their legal squabble regarding how to fill the Lake Juvenile Court vacancy, court records filed Wednesday show.
INDIANAPOLIS | Twenty-five Indiana children are receiving mental health services as part of state officials' pledge to close a funding gap, said an Indiana Department of Child Services official.
HAMMOND | A Hammond day care facility has appealed revocation of its child care center license, a state spokeswoman said Friday.
GARY | William Kellibrew IV was 10 years old the day he says he stared down a gun and begged for his life.
GRIFFITH | An Alsip man has been charged with the murder of 76-year-old St. John resident Mary Austgen, but the motive in the case remains undetermined, police said.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith Police Department has announced a press conference for 3 p.m. today to announce updates in their multi-agency investigation into the murder of 76-year-old Mary Austgen.
GRIFFITH | Police have a suspect in custody relating to the kidnapping and killing of 76-year-old Mary Austgen, a police spokesman confirmed Wednesday morning.
A former Crown Point teacher has been terminated from his position in a Florida school district after an investigation relating to his conduct in another state.
INDIANAPOLIS | Northwest Indiana was home to five of Indiana's 40 children who died of abuse or neglect between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011, a state report released Monday shows.
INDIANAPOLIS | Times staff members earned 15 state awards Friday in the Best in Indiana Journalism contest held by the Society of Professional Journalists' Indiana Professional chapter.
HAMMOND | The Indiana Department of Education has suspended funding to a Hammond day-care facility, citing "serious deficiencies" in the facility's operation, state records show.
CEDAR LAKE | The state and Hanover Community School Corp. are suing a former school treasurer to recover $44,378.20 in missing textbook rental fees and audit expenses, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in Lake Superior Court.
SOUTH HAVEN | South Haven Water Works Inc. has agreed to pay $254,250 to settle violations of its consent decree with the Environmental Protection Agency, federal court records state.
A Crown Point orthodontist will lose his Texas-based dental license as a result of his federal health care fraud conviction, officials said Wednesday.
HAMMOND | The Indiana Bureau of Child Care has revoked a Hammond child care center's license after state inspectors documented 117 violations, state records show.
HAMMOND | Robert Lockhart was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison for his participation in the Imperial Gangsters, federal court records show.
AMARILLO, Texas | A Crown Point orthodontist was sentenced Tuesday to more than four years in federal prison and ordered to pay about $1.8 million in restitution for health care fraud, Texas federal prosecutors said.
HAMMOND | A former Valparaiso city employee settled a lawsuit against the city and Police Department relating to allegations of age discrimination, federal court records state.
MUNSTER | U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, said he is frustrated by the government's inability to get its finances in order.
LAPORTE | Embattled LaPorte High School Athletic Director Ed Gilliland received awards this year for merit and distinguished service, according to the Indiana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association.
HAMMOND | Merrillville officials have agreed to settle a federal lawsuit filed by a Lake Station woman who claims she was wrongly arrested in May 2010, federal court records filed Tuesday show.
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