A vehicle flipped upside down with three occupants inside Saturday evening on Calumet Avenue.
The Porter County Health Department revoked the food permit of The Steel Barrel Tavern on Friday.
On Saturday, Nicholas "Doc" Lile's street was lined with American flags and dozens of illuminated lanterns were released into the cold night sky at sundown on what would have been his 43rd birthday.
The suspect's vehicle was described as a black or dark-colored SUV with front end damage and the driver was said to be a white male with dark hair.
Chicago police negotiators and the S.W.A.T team were called out and after two hours the suspect finally got out of his vehicle.
The Hobart Fire Department threw the chief a parade as he returned back to his home from St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart.
Detectives from the State of Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation laboratory found that the man's DNA profile matched with a suspect accused of one murder and three rapes, each which happened more than 20 years ago.
A 17-year-old was identified as the person who died following the two-vehicle crash.
In the last week, there have been several smash-and-grab burglaries throughout the community, police said.
The woman lived at lived at 20 Carroll St. in Hammond.
The crash caused a power outage for multiple residents in the area.
Witnesses told police that the gates at the crossing were not properly working.
The current radio system causes the dispatcher to have to verbally communicate separately with each department call-by-call, even if the agencies are responding to the same emergency.
The man was known to frequent the 4800 block of Ash Street in Hammond.
A woman was at home with her child when her kitchen caught fire.
A woman was transported from the scene by ambulance with serious injuries.
The voicemail allegedly stated, in part, “We will surround the (expletive) White House, and we will kill any (expletive) Democrat that steps on the (expletive) lawn.”
Two men and a woman were hospitalized after the shooting early Saturday.
The man, who fled mid-trial and convicted of murder and arson, was sentenced to 45 years imprisonment in June 1997.
The officer suffered multiple injuries after the suspect sped away from the scene to evade capture.