The NWI Veterans Action Council was misnamed in a story about its partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana in Friday’s edition.
CHICAGO | Cardinal Francis George is starting another round of chemotherapy to address signs of cancer returning to the area around his right kidney, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced Friday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. | Authorities say they didn't find anything suspicious on an American Airlines plane that was searched after landing at Kansas City International Airport.
A story published in Thursday's sports section about the Purdue University Calumet women's basketball team playing in the NAIA Div. II National Tournament misidentified the opponent. The Peregrines will play Oregon Tech next Wednesday in Sioux City, Iowa. The Times regrets the error.
OXON HILL, Md. | Republican leaders implored conservatives to offer a stark contrast to President Barack Obama's policies and stand firm on principles as a way to win back Senate control in the fall elections and prepare for the 2016 presidential campaign.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. | Purdue University has reversed course and decided to allow an inscription on a dedication plaque to two donors that includes a reference to "God's physical laws."
INDIANAPOLIS | An Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration spokesman says the agency has cooperated fully with federal investigators who found the agency mishandled complaints, put its inspectors under strict time constraints and didn't help whistleblowers.
CHICAGO | A father, mother and daughter from suburban Chicago are accused of shoplifting more than $7 million worth of items, sometimes whisking away toys and other stolen goods by concealing them in a skirt.
NEW YORK | When President Barack Obama spoke out last week against the crime, violence and poverty that ensnares young men of color in epidemic numbers, he might have been voicing a promo for "Chicagoland," the docuseries debuting Thursday on CNN.
Like an unwanted guest overstaying their welcome, winter showed no sign of leaving Sunday morning with Northwest Indiana residents digging out from 6 inches or more of fresh snow.
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LOS ANGELES | The next time you start shaking your finger and shouting "Shame on you!" because your dog chewed up your favorite fuzzy slippers, just remember that no matter how guilty your dog looks, it doesn't know what your rant is about.
In some Friday editions, a story about an economic development hearing in Calumet City erroneously attributed an opinion about the purpose that apartment buildings can have in a city’s development to City Treasurer Gerald Tarka. It was George Grenchik, a Calumet City resident who attended th…
A headline on a story in Friday's paper about Brookwood Middle School should have said the school may not open until 2016, instead of 2015. The Times regrets the error.
A story in some editions Sunday said Bob Harvey's children attended Brookwood Middle School in Glenwood. They did not. The Times regrets the error.
SOCHI, Russia | Russian punk group Pussy Riot burst onto the Olympic scene Tuesday when two of its members were picked up by police in host city Sochi — and then ran away defiant down a rain-soaked street a few hours later, shouting and wearing their trademark garish balaclavas.
EAST CHICAGO | A 16-year-old East Chicago boy died and an 18-year-old with him was hospitalized early Monday after the two were found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, authorities said.
A steady stream of snow fell across Northwest Indiana again Monday, causing white-out conditions on roads and adding inches to be shoveled from driveways.
LANSING | Municipal officials will be asked to decide Tuesday whether the Village Board ought to have the option of holding Committee of the Whole meetings that would allow them a chance to more thoroughly discuss issues.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinois shoppers could find themselves paying extra for soft drinks under a proposed statewide soda tax.
MUNSTER | Munster Fire Chief James J. Knesek Sr.’s 34 years of dedicated service to his community was apparent Thursday by the turnout for his funeral Mass at St. Thomas More Catholic Church.
The name of one of three students from Munster High School chosen for this year’s All-State Honor Choir was misspelled in a photo caption Feb. 9. The correct spelling is Brandon Yager. The Times regrets the error.
Incorrect information given: A story in Sunday's sports section included incorrect information about a track athlete who anchored the 1963 Gary Froebel state record-setting half mile relay as a sophomore. John Miles died Feb. 6. The Times regrets the error.
CROWN POINT | Jason Cozmanoff, 44, received a 12-year prison sentence Friday in the hit-and-run that killed Lake County Corrections Officer Britney Meux and injured three fellow officers on March 6, 2012.
A member of Congress from Michigan has introduced a bill that would require separating Lake Michigan from the Mississippi River watershed in the Chicago area to block the path of Asian carp and other invasive species, which could cause an estimated loss of $1.9 billion to Northwest Indiana's…
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