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The suspect then fled the bank heading east toward the parking lot at a nearby dry cleaners where he entered a silver/gray colored Jeep SUV, police said.
"This group’s got so much to be proud of. We still won 31 softball games. Just because you didn’t win the last one doesn’t put a damper on the season. We still had an outstanding softball season.”
Jack and Gayle Cory graduated from Gavit in 1970. From there, they built a life and watched all four of their children not only attend Gavit, but go on to marry their own high school sweethearts.
Spectacle Entertainment has sent a letter to investors in the Gary casino asking whether they intend to submit the extensive financial and background information demanded by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
The owner showed up at the customer's room and began throwing her property into the parking lot and pushing her in the process, police said.
A disgruntled gun-toting customer fired shots Sunday after being told there was no more pizza at a local Little Caesars, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at the Lake County/Gary Metro Homicide Unit at 219-755-3855. To remain anonymous, call 866-CRIME-GP.
The suspect was described as a tall, slender black man who was wearing a blue hard hat, goggles and a mask covering his face from his nose to his chin, police reported.
Mark W. Coleman, 36, is accused of using two credit cards to "pop open" his cell door at the Lake County lockup, leaving his cell and punching another inmate several times in the face and head.
A "legacy" $185 million development near Interstate 65 and U.S. 231 that would combine living, retail and office spaces with restaurants and other amenities is looking to call Crown Point home.
Police urged anyone with information the suspects or incident to contact Hammond Police Detective Sgt. Jeff Ritter at 219-852-2990 or Detective Sgt. Tony Pinarski at 219-852-2983.
“Tempest is the name that I want, simply because it is the most absurd,” former men’s basketball player Chris Artis said.
Gary officers located a gunshot victim after responding about 11:30 a.m. to the 4400 block of West 24th Avenue for a report of shots fired, police said.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call detectives at 219-881-1210. To remain anonymous, call 866-CRIME-GP.
Marcile R. Lewis, 42, was arrested early Monday after the Northwest Regional SWAT team entered the apartment in the 2600 block of West 61st Place in Merrillville, court records state.
Anthony L. Triplett Jr., 23, had been free on bond since April 1, when he posted a total of $12,500 in cash in two cases. One case stems from the April 25, 2019, shooting death 14-year-old Arion Lilly.
Kristie Rouse-Sears, 28, is accused of stealing more than $24,000 while serving as treasurer of an elementary school PTO and the Wheeler High School Cheer Club.
One year after 22-year-old Jamal Williams' death, his loved ones gathered in front of the hospital where he and a retired officer were fatally shot by another retired officer during a struggle.
For a 5-year-old, Cameron Baker can make two lofty claims. He’s a cancer survivor and he has a police badge.
The coroner's office recently identified the woman as 64-year-old Patricia Trinkle.
During the Wednesday Board of Works meeting, Assistant City Attorney Alex Kutanovski opened three bids to have 812 E. Monitor St. demolished, should its owners not take action on their own.
A third wave of COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths could disrupt life again in NWI come fall unless Region residents take action now to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
A Valparaiso man was taken into custody late Wednesday after authorities became aware of a video posted to social media that contained threats of mass homicide, police said.
The federal agency said a magnitude 3.8 quake occurred at 3:18 p.m. and was centered about 2 miles west of the Parke County town of Bloomingdale. It was felt in areas as far north as Chicago.
Detectives seized and tested 23 mail items at the jail after correction officers in noticed abnormalities in items. According to records, 16 of the seized items tested positive for the presence of PCP.
A man threatened police, claiming he was an angel, after being arrested for a warrant and driving while under the influence, police said.
The pavilion’s general store is already open, selling snacks, soft drinks, phone chargers, beach towels and more to beachgoers. The Dari Dip is also open, selling ice cream and other treats.