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Lowell Master Trooper Detective Retiring After 34 Yrs

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After more than three-decades of service, Detective Stan Marovich with the Criminal Investigation Division of the Indiana State Police in Lowell is retiring. During Marovich’s thirty-four years he was also a Field Training Officer, Distinguished Expert Marksman, obtained a million...

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Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

In Lake County Criminal Court, a 34-year-old man accused of murdering his parents pleaded not guilty Wednesday. Charges were filed against Thomas Snow in the deaths of Clifford Snow, a retired Hammond Morton High School teacher, and Joyce Snow. Lake...

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Gary Police Investigate Shooting Death

In Gary, police are investigating a shooting death. The Lake County Coroners office says a 34-year-old Gary man identified as Clifton Morrow Jr. was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after 4 am today at West 9th Place and Taney...

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Torching at Prison Kitchen for Religious Purposes

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A historic event at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City Wednesday involved a rabbi with a 5-foot flame thrower. Rabbi Menachem Fellig from Miami, Florida was at the Prisoner’s Dining Area with a propane torch in hand, to make...

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Audio: Indiana US Senator Joe Donnelly

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Indiana Democratic US Senator Joe Donnelly voted to move forward debate to raise the federal minimum wage by about three dollars, to 10-dollars-10-cents, but the Senate failed to get the 60 votes needed. Senator Donnelly talked to the Region News...

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Gary Wins Cook Cup for Marquette Park Restoration

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The non-profit Indiana Landmarks organization has awarded its annual Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration to the City of Gary for the transformation of Marquette Park, a 241-acre municipal park on Lake Michigan created in the 1920s. Noted Chicago architect George...

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Lowell Discussing Future Water Needs

In Lowell, the Town Council is looking at what the town can do to expand their municipal water capacity, as the town also considers expanding its municipal boundaries. The topic was discussed at a work session Wednesday evening. According to...

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Valpo Goes Purple for Relay for Life

Today (Thursday May 1) through the 18th, the city of Valparaiso will be awash in a sea of purple – to celebrate cancer survivorship and bring attention to the annual American Cancer Society's Relay for Life in the city.  The...

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Gary Police Conduct Motor Vehicle Enforcement Sweep

In Gary, the police department's traffic division conducted a city-wide motor vehicle enforcement sweep Wednesday.  Officers were seeking vehicles, both mobile and stationary, in violation of state law or city ordinance, including parking and license plate violations. Earlier this month,...

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Gary Seeks Future Investment in University Park

The city of Gary is working to encourage economic development in University Park, an area of the city that includes Indiana University Northwest and Ivy Tech Community College. The neighborhood is a publicly-designated redevelopment area that will include a 45-million...

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