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The year Mary Sopher's mobile home was built, Woodstock rocked the world, Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon and President Richard Nixon inherited the war in Vietnam. Forty years later, Sopher's simple, well-kept structure at Lake Dora Park in Tavares...
(WGN-AM) - A Hobart, Ind. couple fabricated a story about a 2-year-old girl being kidnapped in order to cover up the toddler's apparent beating death, prosecutors said. Engelica Castillo, 18, and Tim Tkachik, 23, were each charged with murder, neglect of...
(WGN-AM)- About 25 people were sent to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries and no fatalities were reported after a pedestrian bridge collapsed in Merrillville, Ind., after a fireworks show Saturday evening, police said today. A...
Tags: Emergency Planning, WGN, Prosecution, Health, Feet
(WGN-AM)- A former northwest Indiana woman accused of conspiring to kill her husband with her teenage children pleaded guilty today to her role in the murder plot. Judy Denise Parker pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder in the shooting death...
(WGN-AM)- A Hammond man who pleaded guilty to child molesting last month was sentenced Monday to five years in prison, prosecutors said. Stephen Barnhart, 60, pleaded guilty to the crime on June 22. According to a press release from the office of the...
Tags: Hammond, Sex Crimes, WGN, Sexual Assault, Prosecution
(WGN-AM)- A mother, father and their three children were killed early Friday when their pick-up truck was pinned between two semis on I-65 near Crown Point, state police say. The dead were identified as Brian W. Workman, 33, Joanna L. Workman, 31, Ashley...
Tags: WGN, Death, Family, Chicago Tribune, Vehicles
Tribune staff reporterThe driver in a single-car crash in which two teens were killed said Monday that he pleaded with police to find his missing friends, but Gary police said the driver and another survivor had been drinking alcohol and were unclear about details—...
Tags: Emergency Planning, Death, Family, Health, Crimes
Let's grow together! This year's One Seed Chicago plant is ... beans. All you need to do to participate is to, well, grow some beans. Any kind. Plant sales Lots and lots of plant sales this year. Don't have space to list them all; I've squeezed in...
Fox59.comTwenty-eight new cases of swine flu have been confirmed in Indiana, bringing the state's total number of cases to 201. The latest cases announced Thursday came the same day that the World Health Organization declared that the spread of swine flu has...
Sentinel Staff WriterDon't let the Disney name discourage you. Mickey Mouse won't be taking this hike anytime soon. If he does, he likely would become dinner for a red-shouldered hawk. There is nothing touristy about it. The Disney Wilderness Preserve is a 12,000-acre...
Tribune staff reportersSen. Barack Obama calls himself a strong defender of abortion rights, and the presidential contender quickly condemned the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding a ban on a controversial late-term procedure. The decision, he feared, "will embolden...
We feel duped. How about you? SPRING 1974: Florida declares that the Green Swamp in Lake and Polk counties won't be paved over for the next get-rich-quick scheme. Hallelujah! In putting this swamp in the same category as the Everglades, legislators...
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