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The Porter County Health Department revoked the food permit of The Steel Barrel Tavern on Friday.
The vaccinations are free and available to any Indiana resident.
"Extremely blessed," school Superintendent Aaron Case said after returning from the crash site. "I'm just very happy everyone's OK."
"Jessie (James) stated that he was not drunk and that if he was in fact a .41 he would not be alive," according to the incident report.
It was Kash Lee Kelly’s own sharing of photos on social media that helped secure federal charges against him, newly released federal court documents show.
"As officers attempted to restrain her, she physically pulled away from them multiple times," police said.
One man died and two people were seriously injured after a stolen Maserati crashed on an Interstate 65 off-ramp Monday in Gary.
The driver was trapped inside the van after a three-vehicle crash took place at about 1:30 p.m. Monday, Munster Fire Department Chief Dave Pelc said.
In a press release Sunday, Dr. Chandana Vavilala, Lake County health officer, said staff is need for sites at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point, as well as at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland.
Laquan M. Tolliver, 19, was charged this month with murder and robbery resulting in serious bodily injury, recently unsealed court records show.
VALPARAISO — A 31-year-old man charged with a shooting death in Portage just more than a decade ago was found recently to have an IQ that is t…
"(Second driver) looked in his rear view mirror and observed a telephone pole break in half and no longer observed (the crashed vehicle), police said.
"After initially sitting down, Heidi continued being loud and verbally abusive, then stood up and stated she was going upstairs. After several orders were given to Heidi to stop, she refused."
Restaurant employees told Hammond police the suspect pulled up to a drive-thru window and handed them a note demanding money and threatening "to kill everyone," Lt. Steve Kellogg said.
The pair allegedly robbed the DeMotte bank at gunpoint, which turned out to be realistic-looking air soft weapons, he said.
A man was found in front of a construction company suffering burns on the upper half of his body including his face, chest, arms and hands, firefighters reported.
Middle and high school students in the Union Township district are expected to participate in remote learning until at least Feb. 1.
Police also found a bundle of suspected counterfeit bills at the scene.
Chicago police negotiators and SWAT officers were called out when the man stopped at 99th Street and Jeffrey Avenue but failed to get out of the car, police said. He surrendered after about two hours.
The defendant, who appeared to be intoxicated, told a group of bar patrons he was "an American spy" sent "to take out a Russian spy" before he pulled a gun on a man and ordered him outside, court records allege.
Rebecca J. Ziems, 62, panicked when her friend Fannie Molden, 53, suffered a fatal overdose Nov. 9, 2019, in the vehicle Ziems was driving, defense attorney Steven Mullins said.
The woman told police she broke up with Aaron A. White, causing him to become angry Nov. 22, throw lighter fluid on her and attempt to light her on fire. She was able to escape, but White returned to her home several times to break out windows, records state.
A&W is no longer serving "All American Food" like root beer, cheese curds and Coney dogs anywhere in Northwest Indiana.
U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Andrew P. Rodovich said he would order Kash Lee Kelly returned to Washington after Kelly is sentenced here next month on federal drug conspiracy charges.
The vehicle crashed into the corner of the brick home and no residents were harmed, police reported.
No one was injured as a result of the robbery, police said.
The Indianapolis man reportedly threw rocks at officers and tried to escape by crawling through a drainage tunnel under the interstate, police said.
The driver allegedly admitted he purchased the gun for $600 to $700 a few months ago and the weapon was fully automatic, police said.