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Indiana Man Wins $1 Million Twice in Three Months

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An Indiana man has won a one-million dollar Hoosier Lottery prize twice in less than three months and both times with a $120 Million Cash Spectacular Scratch-off. When the $10 game launched in August 2013, there were eight top prizes...

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Construction on New ValPLAYso Begins Aug 2

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The week of July 27 - August 1 will be the last week to enjoy the current ValPLAYso playground. An annual tradition, "Picnic with a Firefighter" will be held site at ValPLAYso on Thursday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to...

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Hanna Becomes Home to Village Post Office

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The unincorporated northwest Indiana community of Hanna today officially becomes home to the country's 69 th Village Post Office, situated inside the Hanna Food Mart. Hanna, with a population of about 460, sits off US 30 in southern LaPorte County....

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Catalytic Converters Stolen from Six Cars at EC Station

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Transit police say catalytic converters were stolen from six vehicles in the parking lot of the East Chicago South Shore station Monday morning in broad daylight, and all the cars were Chevrolet Cavaliers. Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Police Chief...

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NCAA Announces Settlement in Head-Injury Lawsuit

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The NCAA Tuesday agreed Tuesday to settle head injury lawsuits brought by former athletes from various sports.  ABC News reports as part of the proposed agreement, the NCAA would pay ten of millions of dollars to screen anyone who played...

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Lake Co Salvation Army Says Backpack Giveaway a Success

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The Salvation Army of Lake County announced today that 131 backpacks were given away on Saturday during their annual back to school carnival and backpack giveaway. The backpacks were filled with...

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Lake County Native Confirmed as Secretary of the VA

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A Lake County native has been confirmed as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. President Obama issued a statement today saying Robert McDonald's decades of private-sector experience as an executive makes him uniquely equipped to lead the Department of Veterans...

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Training Ends on State's Mobile Hospital Unit

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The Indiana State Department of Health today hosted the last of three trainings to prepare emergency responders on how to set up and utilize the state's mobile hospital unit. The mobile...

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Morning Sickness Discomfort Maybe Good for Babies

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A new study shows that something that makes moms-to-be feel bad ... may be good for their babies. The discomfort that comes with morning sickness could signal a healthy and strong start for newborns. ABC News Senior Medical Contributor Doctor...

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15 Year Old Runaway Taken into Custody

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A 15 year old runaway was apprehended earlier today after a citizen in the Lake Dale area alerted officers that a juvenile runaway was in the area at-large. The Lake County Sheriff's Office reports upon officer's arrival in the 53-hundred...

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Restriction on SB Campbell at Lincolnway Wednesday

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Officials in Valparaiso report a portion of Campbell Street will be restriction for a couple of hours tomorrow morning. Southbound Campbell Street at Lincolnway will be restricted from 7am-to-9am for road work. Flaggers will be on duty....

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Two Arrested in Portage on Drug and Other Charges

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A 23 year old man and a female juvenile were arrested on Monday in Portage on drug and other charges. Portage Police report officers were dispatched to the six-thousand block of Central Avenue around 12:30pm in reference to a female...

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Pence to Obama: Send Unaccompanied Children Home

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Indiana Governor Mike Pence today sent a letter to President Obama calling on the federal government to quickly resolve the crisis of unaccompanied children crossing the nation's southern border. Governor Pence writes that those who crossed the border illegally should...

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Officials: Video Shows Near-Fatal Rail Incident

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The Indiana Rail Road Company has released video the company says illustrates the danger of trespassing on rail property – and the miraculous survival of two people rail officials say were doing just that. During the early morning hours July...

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Cool Weather and Indiana's Corn Crop

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A Purdue expert says the next two months will determine whether the Indiana corn crop produces high yields -- as expected -- or is damaged by unforeseen, drastic changes in weather and diseases. Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen says...

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Body Found at Whiting Beach

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Monday night, a team from the Lake County Coroners Office was dispatched to Whiting Beach. Shortly before 10 pm, an unidentified male was pronounced dead at the scene on the shoreline . Cause and manner of death are pending investigation....

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Gary Airport Wants Customs Office

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Gary/Chicago International Airport officials would like to get a U.S. Customs office at the airport. Business people on international flights who have to fly into O'Hare and Midway in order to clear customs would like to have the option of...

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Illinois Sees Fewer Tornadoes So Far This Year

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The number of tornadoes in Illinois is down so far this year. Illinois has only seen 23 tornadoes in 2014, with more than half occurring on one very warm day in February. Illinois State Climatologist Jim Angel says the state...

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Prosecutors Consider Death Penalty in Officer Shooting

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The Lake County Prosecutor's office is in the process of determining whether to seek the death penalty in the case of a Gary man charged with murdering veteran Gary Police officer Jeffrey Westerfield. Westerfield was found shot to death inside...

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Person Found Dead on Railroad Tracks in Griffith

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At this time, no information has been released on the death of a person found Monday on railroad tracks just south of the 45th Avenue crossing in Griffith, near Elmer Street. The body, reportedly that of a young man according...

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