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Gary to Rename Section of Hwy 20 for Mayor Rudy Clay

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(Photo Courtesy of the City of Gary)

The city of Gary will hold a naming ceremony on Friday for the late Mayor Rudolph “Rudy” Clay to rename a portion of Highway 20 in his honor. The ceremony will take place...

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No Further Info in Death of Gary Officer Unless Charges Filed

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The investigation into the shooting death of a Gary Police officer on Sunday morning continues. The Lake County Sheriff's Office this afternoon reports there will be no further information forthcoming until, or unless, there are charges filed against a suspect or...

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Former Hammond Pastor Seeking Reduced Sentence

The imprisoned former leader of First Baptist Church of Hammond, Jack Schaap, is contending he would not have pleaded guilty in 2012 to interstate transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity if he was aware...

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Road Work Backing up NB Cline Ave. from the Borman

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All lanes northbound Cline Ave. are backing up from about 169th St. due to patching work that has the right lane closed to about the toll road exit.  As a result, the westbound I-80/94 ramp onto northbound Cline Ave. was...

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Two New Bike-Pedestrian Bridges Open in Hammond

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(Photos Courtesy of NW Indiana Greenways & Blueways. Above:
the Erie-Lackawanna Trail bike and pedestrian bridge. Below:
the Monon Trail bridge.)

In Hammond, two bridges opened to foot and two-wheel traffic Monday... the Erie-Lackawanna Trail bike and pedestrian bridge is...

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What You Study Matters More Than Where You Go to College

How much is your college degree worth?  ABC News reports a new Education Department study of the class of 2008 suggests what you study may matter more than where, when it comes to cashing in on your college degree. Researchers...

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Pence Declares Period of Mourning for Fallen Officers

Indiana Governor Mike Pence today declared an official period of mourning to honor the loss of three Indiana law enforcement officers in the line of duty in the course of one week. Flags were lowered in Tipton County on Monday...

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Northern Indiana State Lawmaker to be Deployed

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A state lawmaker from northern Indiana says he expects to be deployed to Afghanistan some time this fall as part of his service as a supply corps officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Republican State Senator Jim Banks of Columbia...

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Gun Violence Continues in Chicago

Gun violence that marred the city of Chicago over the Fourth of July weekend continued into the week. Reports today say one person was killed and at least eight others were injured by gunfire Monday and overnight. From Thursday afternoon...

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ArcelorMittal Fined in Fatal Accident

ArcelorMittal has agreed to pay a fine of seven-thousand dollars following a state investigation into a fatal accident at the Indiana Harbor plant in East Chicago. Officials say 62-year-old Robert "Lane" Watts of Westville suffered injuries that included severe burns...

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