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Weather Suspends Search for Missing Doctor

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In Colorado, the search for a doctor from northwest Indiana who disappeared on a hiking trip near Vail was suspended Tuesday due to a winter storm. Police say 39-year-old Dr. James McGrogan, a Chesterton native, hasn't been seen since Friday...

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Lawmakers Approve Indiana Hemp Bill

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Among the bills sent to Governor Mike Pence this legislative session was one that would allow the cultivation and production of industrial hemp in Indiana. Milltown State Senator Democrat Richard Young says his proposal, Senate Enrolled Act (SEA) 357, can...

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Griffith Contemplating Rail Expansion Request

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In Griffith, Congressman Pete Visclosky spoke before the Town Council Tuesday, stressing the need for local officials to commit dollars toward extending the South Shore to the south. Municipalities across Lake County are being asked to earmark revenues from a...

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Living History Exhibit at Indiana Welcome Center

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Civil war buffs and Abraham Lincoln aficionados alike will want to make plans to see the South Shore Civil War Memorial exhibit titled, "Region United, Nation Divided: Following Lincoln" at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond that opened on March 8th.  ...

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Indiana Receives Federal Preparedness Grants

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The US Department of Homeland Security announced today that nearly five-million dollars in federal preparedness grants have been allocated to Indiana for fiscal year 2014. Indiana US Senator Dan Coats says the funds will be used to prepare Hoosier communities...

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Portable Scales Help to Find Overweight Semis

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The weather this winter has been a significant factor for the pothole problem afflicting northwest Indiana, but overweight semi's are also a contributing factor. Indiana State Police Lowell Post reports, just before...

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Food Prices Rising

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The Labor Department said today inflation was tame last month - it rose only one tenth of one percent. But food prices went up four times that much (.04 percent), the largest increase in nearly two and a half years....

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Suspect in Custody in IL for Taking Ambulance in Highland

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A Gary man was taken into custody by Chicago Police after he stole an ambulance in Highland this afternoon. The Lake County Sheriff's Office report they received a call of a stolen...

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Van Til's Campaign Finances Under Investigation

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The campaign finances of former Lake County Surveyor George Van Til are under investigation. The Times reports the Lake County Elections Board is prepared to fine Van Til for failing to file a campaign finance disclosure form, which was to...

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Two Subjects Charged for Catalytic Converter Thefts

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Two suspects are in custody in Lake County charged with the numerous catalytic converter thefts which have been occurring throughout Porter County. Valparaiso Police today announced 42 year old Eric Goodson, of Merrillville, and 28 year old Edward Fouts, of...

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Teen Arrested for Shoving Child to the Ground

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An 18 year old LaPorte man was taken into custody on Monday evening and charged with felony battery of a child less than 14 years old. LaPorte Police report the 18 year old was playing basketball with some children in...

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Fronius Donates Solar Inverters to Career and Tech Center

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(Photo Courtesy of Brent Brown. Thomas Enzendorfer, Director, Solar Energy Division,
Fronius USA along with Porter County Career and Technical Education Center students.)
Fronius USA LLC today donated two solar inverters to the Porter County Career and Technical Center. Electronics...

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Pratt Industries Breaks Ground on Valpo Expansion

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(Photos Courtesy of Karl Berner. ABOVE: (from left to right) RDA CEO Bill Hanna,
Pratt Industries Global Chairman, Anthony Pratt and Valparaiso Mayor, Jon Costas
join others in breaking ground for the planned expansion of Pratt Industries in Valparaiso.)
After...

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Primary Election Day in Illinois

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The Illinois primary is underway, featuring a a high-profile GOP race with four candidates vying to challenge incumbent Governor Democrat Pat Quinn this fall – businessman Bruce Rauner, Illinois State Senators Kirk Dillard and Bill Brady, and Illinois State Treasurer Dan...

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Michigan City Spring Clean-Up to Begin

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The annual Spring Clean-Up for Michigan City begins this Monday (March 24 th ). Here are the specifics:
REFUSE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP FOR 2014
The City of Michigan City, Refuse Department will conduct its Annual Spring Clean-Up starting March...

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Police Investigate Report of Merrillville Robbery

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In Merrillville, police are investigating the report of a strong-arm robbery at the Family Express at 101st and Broadway Sunday night. Police say shortly after 9;30, a man implying he had a weapon demanded money and fled in an unknown...

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River Forest Schools Dealing with Deficit

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In Hobart Township, the River Forest School District is said to facing a deficit of more than 700-thousand dollars this year. Personnel and program cuts are anticipated, but those discussions are still underway. Changes set to begin this fall that...

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Hammond Police Chief Miller Retiring April 1

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In Hammond, Police Chief Brian Miller is retiring at the end of the month after more than two decades in local law enforcement. The 53-year-old Miller, a graduate of Highland High School, served as a military policeman for three years...

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Hammond Resident Composes Song For St. Jude's

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Everyone has a super hero and for Hammond resident Eliezer Hernandez it's the kids at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. With the help of others in the community, he has composed an original song to raise money called “My Favorite...

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ValpoNEXT Seeks Input from Businesses

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ValpoNEXT is looking to hear from businesses next. There's a survey now available that the Valparaiso business community is encouraged to take. The process of developing this blueprint for Valpo's future began in February with a series of “Big Idea”...

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