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  • Three Indiana State Prison Guards Suspended, Two Escapees Still At Large

    Three Indiana State Prison Guards Suspended, Two Escapees Still At Large
    (WGN-AM)- Three Indiana State Prison guards have been suspended for failing to properly supervise three inmates who escaped last weekend. Investigators claimed the guards did not keep a close enough watch over the inmates and the guards were indefinitely...
  • 60-Year-Old Man Gets 5 Years for Child Molestation

    (WGN-AM)- A Hammond man who pleaded guilty to child molesting last month was sentenced Monday to five years in prison, prosecutors said. Stephen Barnhart, 60, pleaded guilty to the crime on June 22. According to a press release from the office of the...
  • Mideast not funny? Four comics are working on it

    Comic Ray Hanania nervously paced backstage at the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies and occasionally peeked around the velvet curtains to gauge the mood of the school's packed theater. The downtown audience -- Arab businessmen, a Palestinian...
  • Band teacher charged with having sex with student

    A Hammond school band teacher faces child molestation charges for allegedly having sex with one of his 14-year-old students repeatedly at the school over 10 months. Forty-one-year-old James Ciammetti, of Oak Lawn, Illinois, was charged yesterday with...
  • Lear to lay off 121 in Hammond

    Auto parts maker Lear Corp. has notified the state of Indiana that it will lay off nearly half the 245 workers at its plant in Hammond. Lear says 121 workers will lose their jobs Nov. 3. The plant produces seats for vehicles built at the nearby Ford...
  • Ingalls man arrested for stealing gasoline

    (Fishers, Indiana) - On August 8th, 2008 officers arrested Cavin J. Hammond when he was caught stealing gasoline from the Hamilton Southeastern fuel tanks located near the HSE Administration Building on Cumberland Road in Fishers. The gasoline was taken...
  • Horseshoe puts former casino catamaran up for sale

    A 288-foot catamaran that once housed the Horseshoe casino in Hammond is up for sale. The old casino boat currently is docked in Burns Harbor at the Port of Indiana. It has been obsolete since early August when it was replaced with a new 500 million-...
  • Work continues on flooded I-80/94

    Road crews are still working to re-open a northern Indiana interstate shut down by flooding. I-80/94 has been swamped by water since the storms moved through on Sunday. Crews are using large pumps to get the water off the interstate, which runs...
  • Controversial early voting centers open in Indiana

    Early voting is said to be heavy in Lake County, Indiana after a judge ordered three voting centers opened. Democrats wanted the centers opened in Gary, Hammond and East Chicago. Republicans sued to stop centers, claiming they could lead to voter fraud....
  • Hammond man charged in death of 17-month-old girl

    HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - A Hammond man has been charged with murder in the death of his girlfriend's 17-month-old daughter. Twenty-eight-year-old Jose Antonio Mendoza is being held without bond in the Lake County Jail. He is charged in the death of...
  • Judge orders satellite voting centers to stay open

    HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - A special judge has ruled that satellite voting centers in Gary, Hammond and East Chicago should remain open. Lake County Superior Court Judge Diane Kavadias Schneider issued her ruling Wednesday afternoon, two days after touring the...
  • Court rules on early voting centers

    The Indiana Court of Appeals says early voting centers in Lake county must remain open. Republicans wanted the centers in Gary, Hammond and East Chicago closed, claiming they could lead to voter fraud. Democrats called the move an attempt to...