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Proposed IN Newtork of Knowledge Raising Privacy Concerns

Plans to create a student database filled with every Indiana student's academic track record and eventual job history is raising privacy concerns. ABC News reports the Indiana "Network of Knowledge" will track students from elementary school through college and into...

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LaPorte Teens Apprehended After Robbery Attempt

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Two LaPorte teens were apprehended after an alleged robbery attempt at Little Caesar's Sunday night. LaPorte Police report they responded to the 24-hundred block of Monroe Street just after 10pm. Police report an employee told officers he had just locked...

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Northwest Indiana MERS Patient Recovering

Representatives from Community Hospital in Munster, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Indiana Department of Health held a joint news conference with Indiana Governor Mike Pence this morning to update the public concerning the patient confirmed to have the...

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State Consumer Rep Recommends Rate Cut

The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor is recommending that Indiana American Water Company's proposed rate increase be rejected -- and that existing rates be lowered. In testimony filed Friday with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, the state's agency for...

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Fires in East Chicago

Smoke was billowing from a neighborhood in East Chicago overnight as crews from East Chicago and Gary battled an apartment fire. Responders went out about 2-o'clock this morning to the 36-hundred block of Ivy Street and were still on scene

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Meteor Shower to Peak Early Tuesday

Region skygazers may get quite a show during the pre-dawn hours Tuesday courtesy of a meteor shower as the Earth passes through a stream of debris from Halley's Comet.  That cosmic dust comes close to Earth twice each year: once...

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State Hotline for MERS Questions

From Community Hospital in Munster: The first identified U.S. case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) was diagnosed last week at Community Hospital in Munster, Indiana. The patient, who remains hospitalized in isolation, is in good condition and has shown...

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NW Ind MERS Patient in Good Condition

Indiana Governor Mike Pence is scheduled to be among those, including state health officials and others, taking questions during a media briefing at Community Hospital in Munster this morning after the first identified US case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome,...

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Brush Fires Near the Borman

Smoke could be seen for miles from a brush fire near the Borman Expressway in Hammond Saturday night, between Kennedy Avenue and Indianapolis Boulevard. No word at this time on how it started.  We also had word of a brush...

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BMV Extends Hours for Voters Who Need IDs

The Indiana BMV says license branches will extend hours today (Mon May 5) and tomorrow (Tue May 6) to issue state ID cards and provide voters with credentials to cast ballots in tomorrow's primary election. Branches are open today 8:30...

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