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Two Chicago boys, 10 and 14, pulled from Lake Michigan at Indiana Dunes State Park
About an hour later, in a separate incident, a 14-year-old Chicago boy was pulled from the water approximately 50 yards from shore near the same area, the IDNR said.
ANOTHER TRUMP MIRACLE: President Brings Hope and Investment Back to Bedraggled Gary, Indiana
President Trump is bringing hope and investment back to Gary, Indiana, a community devastated by decades of Democrat policies.
Valparaiso Has Indiana's Top-Rated Burger Spot: TripAdvisor
VALPARAISO, IN — If you don't want to make dinner or grill out this weekend, why not go enjoy some food at a particular Valparaiso spot that TripAdvisor has named the top-rated burger restaurant in Indiana. That place? Burgerhaus, 3304 Calumet Avenue. Rated "Excellent" on TripAdvisor, 106 of the res
Indiana Cancels Match With Evansville Over Scheduling Error
The error, specifically, was the realization that Indiana was one match over their allotted competition dates for the 2018 season. Because of the late realization of the error, Indiana had no choice but to drop the match, while Evansville says they’re unable to replace it on the schedule.
Hoosier to Hoosier Sale | IDS Happenings Calendar | Bloomington, IN | Indiana University
Hoosier to Hoosier (H2H) is a reuse program that aims 1) to divert reusable items from the landfill during student move-out, 2) to prevent additional resource consumption by selling collected items to students and community members in order 3) to raise funds for local charities and other organizatio
Indiana boy, 6, bags largest turkey taken during 2018 hunt
He tellsThe (Jasper) Heraldhis now 7-year-old son was so excited by the news that he “smiled and said, ‘Yes!'”
'Just put it in the freezer': Former employee at Indiana animal shelter says management asked her to freeze cats alive
A former employee at an animal shelter in Indiana has said that the institution's management had asked her to kill sick or injured cats by putting them into a freezer alive, according to reports. The former employee, Bridget Woodson, said that she worked with the Spencer County Animal Shelter in Chr
Child Dies After Being Pulled From Water at Indiana Dunes
Less than an hour alter, another boy, a 14-year-old from Chicago, was pulled from the water near where the first incident had taken place. Porter police officers pulled the boy from the water and began CPR on him, and he was transported to Porter Regional Hospital.
Indiana father files wrongful death lawsuit against DCS after 5-year-old dies of abuse
“The sweetest soul you could ever meet. I took him everywhere. Everywhere that we went he was attached to my hip, even at home,” said Brayson’s father, Justin Morgan.
Blueberries of Indiana celebrates 70 years
La PORTE — What do the names Duke, Legacy, Jersey, Bluecrop, Elliot, Pemberton, Blue Chip and Berkeley have in common? They are just a few of the 100 varieties customers will find at Blueberries of Indiana, 2388 West 1000 North in La Porte.“When something new comes out, I tend to plant a few,” expla
In Southern Indiana, victims of hate say it's a crime in need of a law
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Jarin Gladstein was out shopping one day in January 2017 when he got an unexpected text from a friend in Scottsburg, where he lives.The woman had sent a photo of a cemetery headstone in town that had been spray-painted with an anti-semitic message. Was this his family, the friend
Help Us Put Together Narcan Kits! (Volunteer Opportunity) | IDS Happenings Calendar | Bloomington, IN | Indiana University
303 E Kirkwood AveRoom 2ABloomington,IN,47408Help the IRA put together thousands of naloxone kits at MCPL in room 1C. Naloxone is a powerful opioid reversal drug, and we distribute it free to community members! This event will include a short naloxone training and you can take some of the kits you m
Multiple fights break out in Ravens-Colts joint practice
If their joint practice Saturday is any indication, Monday's preseason game between the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts should have plenty of fireworks. Multiple fights broke out between the teams at a fiery joint practice Saturday in Westfield, Ind. Numerous punches and a helmet were thrown
For Ravens receiver Willie Snead IV, Indiana trip is a reminder of his Ball State roots
Opposing linebackers and defensive backs have found Willie Snead IV hard to pin down this preseason, the Ravens wide receiver in one place until he's in another, only now with the ball, his dyed-blond tips bouncing along on the ride. On his best days, it is easy to forget that he went undrafted in 2
Joe Flacco sets over-under for Ravens' steakhouse tab at $15,000
With two days of practicing with the Indianapolis Colts behind them, the Baltimore Ravens are set to have a team dinner Saturday night at St. Elmo Steak House — an Indianapolis, Ind. institution.
KKK group set to hold event in Madison, Indiana
MADISON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A group of white supremacists called The Honorable Sacred Knights of the Ku Klux Klan has reserved a Madison park for an event.The group is holding an event at Jaycee Park on Vaughn Drive from 1-3 p.m. on Sept. 1. It's calling the event a Ku Klux "Kookout," according to a fly
State teachers union: Indiana among most underfunded states in education
ANDERSON — In May, Anderson Community Schools came to taxpayers hat in hand for approval to borrow $1.8 million to cover an operations shortfall accumulated over several years, a situation taking place in districts throughout the state.
Pop artist Robert Indiana dies at 89
American pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s “Love” series, has died at his island home off the coast of Maine aged 89.
Sky Upends Indiana in Second Overtime
Through regulation, Indiana amassed 25 points off Chicago turnovers, compared to ZERO by the Sky off the Fever's three turnovers. Indiana's three turnovers in regulation were the club's fewest ever in regulation, and the fewest in the WNBA this season. The Fever coughed up the basketball four times
Unemployment rises in Indiana for second straight month
Unemployment climbed for the second straight month in Indiana, rising to 3.4 percent in July.Indiana saw an increase of 2,964 employed residents last month, and an increase of 12,600 unemployed residents who are actively seeking work, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. The