COVID-19 In Indiana: State Tops 12,000 Coronavirus Deaths Following 3 Deadliest Months Of PandemicIndiana’s rates of new COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths have declined steeply since peaking in early December, but the state still recorded more than 1,900 coronavirus deaths during January.
East Chicago Police Detective Shot While Picking Up Pizza Sunday, Recovering After Two SurgeriesA GoFundMe page has been set up to help Detective Jeffrey Sanchez with his medical bills.
3-Year-Old Boy Shot Multiple Times In GaryPolice said the boy's mother was at work at the time of the shooting. The person who was taking care of the child at the time is being questioned by police.
Indiana Audit Reveals 1,500 Additional COVID-19 Deaths; State Easing School Rules For QuarantinesIndiana Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box said that will increase the state's COVID-19 death toll by 15%, to almost 11,600 since March.
Indiana Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To Those 65-69Indiana officials have based shot eligibility on age rather than moving up teachers and other essential workers as other states have done.
Joliet Chooses Chicago Over Hammond To Supply Drinking Water From Lake MichiganJoliet's existing water source is expected to dry up by 2030.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb Relaxing Coronavirus Limits On Crowd SizesHolcomb said residents and businesses must still follow precautions including mask wearing and distancing to stem the virus spread.
'It's Chaos!': Dispute Over Sidewalk To Nowhere Keeps Chesterton Couple Out Of Their Brand New Home For MonthsNew cabinets, new paint, a whole new house; a Northwest Indiana couple was all ready to transition to their brand new creation, but a city rule stopped the move-in before it could start.
Push For Indiana Minimum Wage Increase Likely Stalled AgainThe plan would boost Indiana’s minimum wage to $10 an hour beginning in 2022 then by an additional $1 an hour each year until it reaches $15 in 2027.
Man Convicted In 3 Killings To Be Last Executed Under TrumpThe last federal inmate facing execution before President Donald Trump leaves office was sentenced to death for the killings of three women in a Maryland wildlife refuge, a crime that led to a life sentence for the man who fired the fatal shots.
Indiana Sen. Todd Young Will Vote To Certify President-Elect Joe Biden's Electoral College Win; Says 'Congress Must Fulfill Its Role'"I will uphold my Constitutional duty and certify the will of the states as presented. The people voted and the Electoral College voted. Congress must fulfill its role in turn," Young said.