A 30-year-old Hebron man died Friday night after his motorcycle collided with a semi-trailer on State Road 2 near the entrance ramp to Interstate 65, police said.
The Indiana Supreme Court has established a new commission to promote access to justice and increase public trust and confidence in the judicial system.
The Indiana Supreme Court has overruled the acquittal issued by Indiana Court of Appeals and restored the original guilty verdict against John B. Larkin, including his two-year prison sentence.
Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. won approval Tuesday to spend $770,060 in taxpayer funds to purchase a new patrol and rescue boat for operations on Lake Michigan.
The Indiana Supreme Court is establishing a statewide task force to address the surge of residential evictions underway in the Hoosier State following expiration of the COVID-19 eviction moratorium.
The former director, Craig Philp, served the Lakes of the Four Seasons community for 23 years.
"We urge our residents to call 911 should they see someone acting suspicious around their parked vehicles or if they hear suspicious noises coming from the areas that their vehicles are parked," police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Hammond Police Department's Hit-and-Run Division at 219-852-2940.
U.S. District Court Judge Philip P. Simon sentenced Roger Casillas, 29, to 92 months in prison after Casillas pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as a felon.
Brothers Emonte Morgan and Eric Morgan were indicted Friday after being previously arrested and charged with multiple felony counts.
Members of the Hammond police gang unit recognized the suspect and police were able to make an arrest, the mayor said.
Anyone with information about the homicide is asked to call Hammond Detective Sergeant Joe Munoz at 219-852-2995.
Brandon Bottom, 27, of Michigan City, was found guilty last year by a LaPorte County jury of aggravated battery resulting in the death of a child under 14 and conspiracy to commit murder, records show.
The Lake County Election Board is directing its lawyers to investigate whether the board can hold the Hobart Township trustee accountable for allegedly using township property in his reelection campaign.
The lawmakers are threatening to take action to block the Indiana Gaming Commission from inquiring into the personal and financial ties of investors in privately-held casino companies.
A Gary man sentenced in December to 30 years in prison for raping an 8-year-old girl is not entitled to a new trial, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
The highest court in Indiana has been asked to decide a legal dispute over one of the smallest parcels of land sold at a Lake County tax sale.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has selected a lawyer originally from Northwest Indiana's Newton County to fill a vacancy on the 15-judge Indiana Court of Appeals.
The 29-year-old Hammond man has been ordered to be supervised by pretrial services.
Court records and statements from family have revealed how a Hammond man with a master’s degree who works as a teacher’s aide became ensnared in a federal homicide investigation.
Former Portage Clerk-Treasurer Chris Stidham is prohibited from working as an attorney for the foreseeable future.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is vowing to use "every tool at our disposal" to find out if the Confucius Institute at Valparaiso University is secretly a front for the Chinese Communist Party.