Protests erupted over the weekend in the Region to condemn police brutality, specifically the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
Here's a look at coverage of the weekend's events.
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Hammond and Calumet City have extended their curfews while businesses clean up after looting.
"The Chesterton Town Council does not share these opinions and unequivocally denounces them," according to the prepared statement from members of the Chesterton Town Council.
Protesters tried to get into Michigan City's Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets but were turned away by police.
As protesters move throughout Michigan City, one person decided to climb a railroad signal. Protesters are rallying for racial injustice acros…
Protesters and police faced off at Southlake Mall and U.S. 30 in Hobart on Sunday.
As protesters moved from Southlake Mall towards I-65, police used tear gas to try and stop the movement.
Hundreds of protesters demand justice behind the Michigan City Police Department in the wake of George Floyd's death while in police custody l…
Hundreds of protesters stood in a field of tall grass behind the Michigan City Police Station before taking their message of “No justice, no peace” to the streets.
Protesters mobilized their rally and have blocked off parts of U.S. 30 near Southlake Mall. Hundreds have gathered to protest racial injustice…
The Lake County Tactical Unit team arrives at Southlake Mall as the number of protesters has reached more than 300 seeking justice for George …
Protesters call for justice for George Floyd, who died in police custody, at a Southlake Mall rally on Sunday.
Protestors call for justice for George Floyd at a Southlake Mall rally in Hobart on Sunday.
Several businesses were shut down on the Torrence Avenue commercial strip in Calumet City and Lansing.
Demonstrators protest police brutality throughout the nation with a rally in Hammond. The protesters then marched down Calumet Avenue where th…
"The comments were not serious in nature and in poor taste. They were meant as a joke to my friend and in no way serious," Chesterton Town Councilman Robert Allision, D-3rd, said in his post.
Protesters gathered outside the Hammond Police Department Tuesday morning and later marched down the street. Police formed a blockade at 171st…
The protest began Saturday morning outside the Hammond Police Department before moving to the streets. Police formed a blockade at 171st and Calumet to prevent the crowd from moving onto I-80/94.