Postal Worker Pulls Double Duty As Rescuer"I think she saved the house. She saved me, possibly saved my dog."
Woman Killed, 8-Year-Old Daughter Wounded In Gary ShootingPamela Hunter, a mother of five, was found dead inside her home around 2 a.m. Tuesday, after police responded to a report of a shooting near 35th and King Drive.
Police Shoot Senior In Cedar LakeDeputy Chief Brittingham says the man did not put his gun down. That's when an officer shot him.
Newborn Left In Safe Haven Baby Box At Northwest Indiana FirehouseA firefighter found the child Sunday night in the baby box at the Coolspring Township Volunteer Fire Department.
Better Late Than NeverA postcard to an Indiana woman arrives 60 years after it was sent.
8-Year-Old Boy Jumps To Safety To Escape Deadly Blaze; 'I Think He’s A Hero'When his apartment filled with smoke, 8-year-old Monty Spencer quickly went to the window to shout for help. Moments later, he jumped four stories to safety, escaping a blaze that killed two neighbor children in Gary, Indiana, on Sunday.
Silver Alert Issued For Missing Valparaiso WomanPolice said 81-year-old Patricia Louise Kelley “is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.”
Indiana Now Has Sunday Alcohol SalesIllinois stores are fearful that they'll lose customers who cross the border.
Flooding Woes Continue For Lake Station, IndianaA voluntary evacuation order has been issued in Lake Station, and at least 25 homes have followed officials’ recommendation and gotten out.
Swollen Little Calumet River Has Hammond, Munster Worried About FloodAs of 10 a.m., the river measured at 14 feet in Munster, two feet above flood stage. Forecasts show it could reach 15.5 feet before it begins to recede.
One Killed In Crash Involving Two Semi Trucks On I-94 Near La PorteA truck driver was killed early Friday when two semis collided on Interstate 94 near La Porte, Indiana.
Feds: Man Threatens To ‘Burn’ Down Abortion Clinic Then Warns FBI About HimselfWiersma, 33, appeared in an orange jumpsuit Wednesday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sidney Schenkier, who ordered him held in custody until a detention hearing Friday. The Dyer man choked up and wiped tears from his eyes after a prosecutor explained the potential consequences of his actions.