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The superintendent of the maximum-security state prison in Pendleton says guards caught a convicted murderer attempting to escape by scaling a prison wall. Pendleton Correctional Facility Superintendent Brett Mize says that 44-year-old Larry R. Fleming...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Prisons, Criminals
A town hall in Lake County is going green. The Merrillville town hall will be the first municipal building in northwest Indiana to get solar panels. Thirty electricity-generating panels will be installed by next spring. The $27,000 project uses a...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Thousands of people are voting today in Indiana. Some encountered waits of up to two hours, and the Indiana Secretary of State's office is advising people to avoid peak voting hours between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Marion County Clerk...
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, 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...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Chicago, Crimes, Hammond, Health
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...
Tribune staff reportersLike a scene from a science-fiction movie, red-eyed insects are popping up now in freshly turned gardens, squirming beneath logs and stones and digging tunnels as they plot their escape. After a 17-year wait, a few cicadas are making an early break...
While the turbulence roiling the real estate and debt markets is painful, for some investors there's gold in that upheaval. "Capital-market dislocations can present opportunities to make money," said Peter Palandjian, chief executive of...
Sentinel Staff WriterThere is just something invigorating about the roar of the ocean, the sight of the beach, and the sun searing down upon you in the winter months. The pace of the hiking is considerably quicker here. From the regulars who arrive before dawn, before the...
Sentinel Staff WriterThis is the hike with a perfect ending. Along with the sunscreen, bug repellent and drinking water, make sure to pack a bathing suit, or at least a change of clothing, to take advantage of an invigorating plunge into the always-72 degree fresh-water...
Tags: Gardens and Parks, Travel, New Smyrna Beach, Poinciana, Apopka
Sentinel Staff WriterAggravating a big banana spider by walking unknowingly face-first through his intricate web might be a little unsettling, but don't let that stop a hike through the picturesque Little Big Econ State Forest. Just take a friend along -- and ask him to...
Special to The TimesSOMETIMES the gallery of Bordeaux varieties resembles a dynamic trio of comic-book heroes: Cabernet Sauvignon is the beefy, muscle-bound brute -- Lord of the Medoc, as well as of Napa Valley and points beyond. Merlot is rather willowy by comparison but...
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