Two men were killed in separate homicides Saturday night in Lake County.
Brandon Grafton and Nicole Hutnick were on their way to the mall on Wednesday afternoon but couldn’t ignore a car in front of them that was speeding and driving erratically.
Tears fell at a sentencing hearing for a Hobart man who admitted he was drunk when he crashed his motorcycle and killed his passenger.
Around 3 a.m. Friday, 34 cats crammed into four cages were left in the outside dog kennel of the Humane Society of Hobart, the Post-Tribune is reporting.
Business is booming so much at Teleperformance that by Sept. 1 they hope to have this 700-station call center operating at full capacity. CBS 2′s Mike Puccinelli reports.
County Line Orchard in Hobart is going with a Blackhawks theme for this year’s corn maze.
Christopher Velasquez, 18, suffered blunt force trauma injuries in the crash, which occurred around 3:30 a.m. Sunday at 3rd Street and Crestwood Drive.
Two women, who battled an emptiness in their hearts for so long, were reunited Monday. Those two hearts are full again. CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
Three teens arrested at Westfield Southlake Mall on Saturday night are being detained at the Lake County Juvenile Center in Crown Point.
Westfield South Lake Mall was temporarily evacuated after the 6:30 p.m. shooting, but shoppers later returned before the shopping center closed for the night.
A woman went to a Northwest Indiana retailer to buy a gift and ended up getting assaulted. Now, Hobart police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect.
A Hobart man pleaded guilty on Wednesday just as his trial was winding down on charges stemming from the death of his ex-girlfriend’s three-year old son.
A Hobart, Ind., man was killed early Friday morning when he drove the wrong way on the Borman Expressway – right into the path of a semi.
Ron Santo’s induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend is being celebrated at a farm in Northwest Indiana.
It appears there will be a baseball season after all for a team of 11-year olds who learned this week about the bad, and good, in life.
Multiple felony charges are expected Wednesday against a 40-year-old man accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a Little League team in northwest Indiana.
Police in Northwest Indiana say a jewelry store thief may have left something behind that could lead police to capture him and his accomplices.
Thieves were caught on tape swiping jewelry by the bucketful at a Hobart jewelry store.
A man was killed Monday afternoon when a freight train struck a minivan at a crossing in northwest Indiana.
A Hobart, Ind., woman has now found herself in police custody 14 different times for driving without ever getting a license.