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Charges Pending Against Suspect in Valpo Homicide

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In Valparaiso, police continue to investigate the county's first homicide of 2014. Chief Michael Brickner says the suspect, a 32 year old man, is in custody and at this time charges are pending. Chief Brickner...

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Armed Robbery in Lake Station

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In Lake Station, police are investigating an armed robbery at Rich's Gas Station in the 43-hundred block of Central Avenue early this morning (Wednesday April 2). Police responded shortly after 5:30 am. Authorities say a male subject entered the business...

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Gary Police Say Body Found on Fire

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An unidentified body was found on fire after crews were called out to a vacant home in Gary overnight. Gary Police Corporal Public Information Officer Gabrielle King told the Region News Team today that shortly after midnight, officers responded to...

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Merrillville May Commit to South Shore Expansion

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  In Lake County, Merrillville is one of nine municipalities yet to commit funds to the proposed South Shore expansion – though that is looking likely to change soon. Today's Times reports Merrillville's Redevelopment Commission is recommending that the Town...

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Valparaiso Police Investigate Homicide

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Valparaiso Police report they are investigating a homicide. Officers were dispatched shortly before 5-o'clock this morning to the 3100 block of Black Partridge for a subject who'd received a gunshot wound. Police say when they arrived they learned that a...

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Portage Debates, Approves Tax Break

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A tax break for MonoSol LLC was approved by the Portage City Council Tuesday night following heated debate. Although it eventually passed, there was concern over a ten-year, 100-percent abatement on personal property or equipment, something that had never been...

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Seed Company Adding Jobs in Indiana

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The country's largest family-owned seed company has announced plans to expand their headquarters and operations in central Indiana, creating up to one-hundred new jobs by 2017.  Beck's Hybrids in downstate Atlanta, Indiana, plans to begin hiring for positions this summer.  ...

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Unidentified Individual Found Dead in Gary

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Gary Police and Fire and Lake County CSI are investigating a death in Lake County. The Lake County Coroners office was dispatched to the 18-hundred block of Pennsylvania Street in Gary at one-o'clock this morning, where an individual whose name,...

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Visclosky Issues Statement on S Shore Expansion

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  Indiana Congressman Pete Visclosky has announced he is moving forward with the proposed South Shore expansion. The Congressman had asked every municipality in Lake County to pledge funds toward extending the commuter line eight-miles south to Dyer, and although...

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Gary City Councilman Sentenced

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  A Gary city councilman has been sentenced to three months in prison for tax evasion. Officials say 42-year-old Ronier Scott pleaded guilty in federal court to two misdemeanor counts of willfully failing to file income tax returns for the...

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Gary's Historic Ambassador Apts Slated for Demolition

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The wrecking ball could come to a historic building in Gary as soon as this Fall. The city's redevelopment commission is holding a public hearing today on the demolition of the long-abandoned and once grand Ambassador Apartments in the 500...

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Report: Indiana Leads US in Meth Lab Seizures

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Newly-released statistics show Indiana led the country in meth-lab seizures last year. According to a report assembled by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, there were just under 18-hundred incidents reported in Indiana in 2013. Indiana was followed by Tennessee, Missouri,...

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New Bike Bridges Going Up in Hammond

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Some streets will temporarily close in Hammond so crews can build new bridges for bike paths. Work will affect 165th Street just east of Lyman Avenue along the Monon path beginning today weather permitting. Street closures are scheduled April 9th...

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Voter Registration Deadline Nears

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Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is reminding Hoosiers that this Monday, April 7 is the deadline to register to vote in the May 6th Primary Election. Hoosiers can visit IndianaVoters-dot-com to verify, update, or start a voter registration. Military...

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Gary Mayor Celebrates Volunteerism

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(Photos Courtesy of the City of Gary. ABOVE: KFW addresses
volunteers and Sojourner Truth House clients after presenting
the National Day of Service Proclamation. BELOW: KFW (2 nd on
the right, seated) assists with a mailing with RSVP volunteers.)
kfw day of service 2
Over...

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Three WCC Staff Honored for Assisting Stranded Motorist

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Three high school equivalency program teachers at the Westville Correctional Facility were honored last week for their selfless act in assisting a stranded motorist. Public Information Officer John Schrader says Adam Brown, Bill Frazier and David McLiver car pool to...

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Coats: We Need the Real Obamacare Numbers

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President Obama, appearing in the White House Rose Garden this afternoon, announced that sign-ups under the Affordable Care Act had exceeded the initial goal of 7 million. 
Indiana US Senator...

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State Rd. 49 Bridge Closure Delayed One Week

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Kakakee River Bridge SR-49
Drivers have received a one week reprieve from learning the detour route to go around the soon to be closed Kankakee River bridge on Indiana 49. 
 
 
According to INDOT's Facebook page, the major rehab project on the Kankakee...

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Americans Now Drinking 20% Less Soda

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ABC News reports since America's soda drinking peak in 1998, Americans are now drinking 20 percent less, a precipitous drop that intensified in 2013 with a three percent cut in consumption, the largest in history and a major change in...

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Mammograms in Your 40's Not Needed for Every Woman

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More evidence that mammograms in your 40's...may not be necessary for every woman. ABC News reports deciding whether to get a mammogram in your 40's....is a decision every woman should have with her doctor...not one that should be regulated across...

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