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  • 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...
  • Murder suspect arrested in Indianapolis

    Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officers were dispatched to Gateway Court on the report of a person shot around 3am on January 15th. - Photos: Mugshots in the News When they arrived they found 32 year old Michael Kelly of the Embassy Row block lying...
  • February 23-27

    Mr. Skin - Chicago Restaurant Week - The Australian Bee Gees - Elizabeth Werner - Bernie Kopell - Time for Talent: Eamon Daly Tuesday, February 24 Mr. Skin www.mrskin.com Chicago Restaurant Week through 27 www.choosechicago.com Park 52 5201 S. Harper...
  • Indiana Lawmakers Hit Snag on 'Puppy Mill' Bill

    Indiana Lawmakers Hit Snag on 'Puppy Mill' Bill
    State Senate and House members appeared to hit a snag in negotiations Monday on a bill that would regulate large-scale dog breeding operations. Republican Sen. Brent Steele of Bedford suggested several changes to the proposal to regulate so-called...
  • 2 Killed, 1 Wounded in Calumet City Bar Fight

    (WGN-AM)- Two people were shot to death and one wounded early Wednesday morning in a bar fight that escalated in south suburban Calumet City, police said. The shootings happened in a parking lot outside Laristos II Sports Bar and Grill, 403 Torrence Ave....
  • January 25 - 29

    Kristen Chenoweth - Sea World - Whitney Cummings - Peter Fonda - Botanic Backyard - Human Nature - Occidental Brothers Dance Band Tuesday, January 26 Kristen Chenoweth To purchase a copy of the book: A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in...
  • 4th District Congressman Steve Buyer won't seek re-election

    4th District Congressman Steve Buyer won't seek re-election
    UPDATE: Fighting through tears and gripping emotion, Indiana 4th District Congressman Steve Buyer (R) announced his plans for retirement. Buyer says he's walking away because his wife Joni is suffering from an incurable form of auto immune disease. The...