Carl Blount, 26, faces one count of murder.
At the end of a solemn day in Gary, Ind., CBS 2’s Brad Edwards hits the streets in a city titling with violence, with the head of the county’s gang unit.
Indiana authorities have released a surveillance photo in an effort to catch the man who assaulted an 84-year-old man and stole his wallet.
A northwest Indiana family has been reunited with their missing dog on Saturday.
What Alfreda Murphy read prompted her to call the police and lock her children inside her home, CBS 2’s Chris Martinez reports.
Police in Portage, Indiana are warning residents of an apartment building after a woman was bound, assaulted and robbed over the weekend.
A Hammond, Ind. police officer has been cleared of abuse allegations following a viral video that showed him lifting a police dog in the air by the animal’s collar.
Police say a man used his bike to knock a woman off hers and attacked her. The woman managed to get away.
A resident shot video of the officer holding his police dog in the air by the leash.
A woman was fatally shot Monday in a Griffith, Ind. church and school parking lot, and the suspect — her estranged husband — later killed himself at the Gary home they once shared.
Aidan Garcia was walking to a community center in his East Chicago, Ind. neighborhood Tuesday when he was attacked by a 5-year-old Pitbull named Drizzy.
The pair who robbed an East Chicago bank last weekend also fired shots at police while trying to escape.
The pair forced everyone to the floor, jumped the teller’s counter and grabbed the cash drawers.
Demonstrators and public officials are seething about BP’s oil spill on the Indiana lakefront, but CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports the damage could have been worse.
WHITING, Ind. (AP) — Oil giant BP has raised its estimate of how much crude oil spilled into Lake Michigan during a malfunction at its northwestern Indiana refinery. BP said Thursday a preliminary estimate shows […]
Friday was our first glimpse of the warmth. With the nice weather comes crime. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards went along in Lake County, Ind. for an intense crackdown.
Northern Indiana Commuter Transit District police Chief Robert Byrd said no one was injured, but the damage to the windows was about $2,000. He is asking the public to help his officers identify the vandals.
Merrillville, Ind.-based White Lodging said the breach may have affected properties in Chicago, Indianapolis, Merrillville, Ind. and other cities.
Jeff Rennell of Ada, Mich. says more than a dozen first-responders worked tirelessly for three hours in bitter cold.
Since last May, the city had been trying to get the landlord to allow inspectors into the rental property, as required by city ordinance. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.