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NWS: T-Storms Today Could Bring Hail, Lightning

The National Weather Service in Chicago reports a warm front that is moving across the region could bring with it the chance for widely scattered thunderstorms later this afternoon (Tuesday). The primary hazards associated with these storms are heavy rain,...

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New Research Finds Those With Cancer Living Longer

Scientists still haven't found a cure for cancer, but new research suggests they're winning more battles. ABC News reports a cancer diagnosis is no longer a death sentence. A new study finds nearly half of all newly diagnosed cancer patients...

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Dense Fog Advisory in Effect

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The National Weather Service in Chicago has issued a Dense Fog Advisory in effect for northwest Indiana until 9am this morning. Motorists are being advised to keep your headlights on and allow themselves extra time to reach their destination as...

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US Thunderbirds to Headline 2014 S. Shore Air Show

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After a one year absence, the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority says an air show will return this year. The US Air Force Thunderbirds were recently announced as the headliners of the 2014 South Shore Air Show, which will...

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Lake Station/River Forest Superintendents to Retire

You can add two more names to the growing list of superintendents who have decided to retire from their positions after years of service. Lake Station Schools Superintendent Dan DeHaven recently announced that he will step down this year, along...

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Magic Johnson/Gary School Corp Reveal A Gary Promise

NBA Hall of Famer Earvin “Magic” Johnson was in Gary on Monday night speaking on an initiative to provide scholarship opportunities for students that fulfill Indiana Core requirements. Johnson and the Gary School Corporation have teamed for “A Gary Promise”...

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Semi SB on I-65 Glances Off 73 Ave. Bridge Support

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The Indiana Department of Transportation says it found no structural damage after a semi lost control southbound I-65 hit a guard rail and then crash into a pillar of the 73rd Ave. bridge Monday afternoon.  According to reports, the 35...

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Give America a Raise Bus Tour Stops in Indiana

Trying to get momentum going in Indiana on President Obama's call to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour, Americans United for Change took their "Give America a Raise" bus tour to Indianapolis Monday.  The non-profit's website says,...

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New Academic Standards Adopted Monday in Indy

By a 10-1 vote Monday, the Indiana State Board of Education adopted new academic standards for Math and English/Language Arts.  According to a press release from the board, the new standards process began last fall and got input from Indiana...

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Semi Ruptures Fuel Tank in Crash in Work Zone

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Authorities say a westbound semi traveling too fast in a work zone on I-94 during the Monday afternoon rush, went off the roadway to avoid another semi, and partially rode up on top of the concrete barrier wall, (top photo)...

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