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The city of Gary is perhaps best known as the hometown of world famous pop star Michael Jackson and the Jackson family. But Gary was also home to Oscar winning actor Karl Malden and several well known athletes like Bob Kuechenberg, Glenn Davis and Dan Plesac. In 2009, scenes for the remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street were filmed in Gary.
Local Newspapers: The Gary Crusader Northwest Indiana Times
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Local Colleges: Indiana University Northwest
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46402 46403 46404 46405 46406 46407 46408 46409 46410
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Chicago Air And Water Show This Weekend
Team Oracle stunt pilot practices over Lake Michigan and Gary, Ind., for the Chicago Air and Water Show, Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017, in Gary, Ind. The U.S. Army Parachute Team Golden Knights will open the show on Saturday.Gov. Holcomb pitches job training plan at Gary groundbreaking
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, left, smiles as he chats with visitors before a groundbreaking ceremony in Gary on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, left, smiles as he chats with visitors before a groundbreaking ceremony in Gary on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017.6-year-old boy killed in Gary crash involving school bus
Authorities in Gary say a 6-year-old boy was killed in a crash involving a school bus and a vehicle. The crash happened Thursday morning.Gary Indiana Watertower
Thursday marks the first day of school for children in the Gary, Indiana, public school system - and the first time a school system in Indiana has opened under state control. The state's so called Distressed Unit Appeals Board, or DUAB for short, took control of the district this year because the district's finances have collapsed and because of its poor academic performance.2nd co-defendant convicted in 2015 Indiana shooting deaths
The second of seven co-defendants has been convicted in the 2015 shooting deaths of two teenage brothers in northwestern Indiana. The Times reports 39-year-old David Johnson IV was convicted Wednesday of murder and kidnapping in the deaths of 18-year-old Arreon Lackey and 16-year-old Antonio Lackey of Gary.Column: Hate and its messengers must be condemned, rejected Updated at
And, perhaps most importantly, such violence needs to be rejected by all Americans, regardless of race or political party or religious preference. The senseless deaths in Charlottesville and the angry rhetoric they have produced bring to memory another time when hatred reared its ugly face in our nation -- the night in 1968 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was felled by assassin's bullet.Spotlight: How Task Force Tips helps firefighters do more, risk less
Task Force Tips is a leading U.S. supplier to the global fire and rescue markets that designs and manufactures thousands of water and foam flow products to help firefighters do more and risk less. By combining extensive engineering, precise manufacturing and superior customer support, TFT customers around the globe are better able to save lives and property.Informant in Buncich trial: 'I needed to pay'
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich, right, and his attorney, Bryan Truitt, arrive at federal court in Hammond on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017. Lake County Sheriff John Buncich, right, and his attorney, Bryan Truitt, arrive at federal court in Hammond on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017.IU Northwest camp promotes learning among high schoolers
A savvy instructor at Indiana University Northwest used a combination of humor and real-life engineering facts to encourage high school students to do hands-on activities and experiments in biology, chemistry, computer information systems and geology. On Aug. 1, Linda Wozniewski captured students' attention when they made bottle rockets using a combination of a 2-liter bottle, water, white poster board to make the fins and a bicycle pump to push air into the bottle.15-year-old dies after being shot by Gary cop following armed robbery of cellphone store
Three of the five people believed responsible for the robbery of a Verizon store at Ridge Road and Calumet Avenue in Munster are in police custody. A fourth remains at large and the fifth, shot by a Gary police officer, has died, officials said.Man fatally shot in Gary restaurant, police search for suspects
A man was shot and killed in a restaurant early Saturday morning and now police are searching for two people in connection to the shooting. A man was found dead at a restaurant on the 5400 block of West 25th Avenue around 12:07 a.m. in Gary, Ind.The African American Story Part 7
The African American Story Part 7 The struggle continues. After the unjust, evil assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. things have changed rapidly.Federal charges filed in Munster armed robbery that led to officer-involved shooting
Two men are facing charges in federal court in connection with an armed robbery of a cell phone store in Munster earlier this week that resulted in an officer-involved shooting. Deshalone Damien Davis, and Vondell Henry Jr., both 20 and from Gary, appeared in Hammond's federal court Thursday on charges of robbery and brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence, according to court records.Suspect wounded in police-involved shooting in Indiana
Authorities say a suspect has been wounded in a police-involved shooting following an attempted armed robbery at a cellphone story in northwestern Indiana. The Lake County sheriff's office says five people tried to rob a Verizon store in Munster on Tuesday evening and were chased by police into Gary.Panel taps experienced school chief to manage Gary schools
A state panel has appointed a Gary native who previously led school districts in Indianapolis, Hobart and LaPorte as the emergency manager for the financially troubled Gary Community School Corp. Peggy Hinckley of Schererville will lead a team from MGT Consulting Group chosen to balance the district's budget, reduce more than $100 million in debt and improve the schools to attract more students. Following her selection Monday by the Indiana Distressed Unit Appeals Board, Hinckley told The Times she has a quick-start strategy to make urgently needed changes before classes begin in 17 days.Dana Bedden partners with Robert Bobb Group in bid to turn around urban school district
You have reached the limit of 10 free articles per 30 days. To continue, log in now or sign up for a digital Richmond Times-Dispatch subscription for only $8.99 per month.15-year-old girl appears in court on charges she murdered her mother in Gary
Chastinea Reeves is charged as an adult with murder in the death of her mother at her home in Gary. Chastinea Reeves is charged as an adult with murder in the death of her mother at her home in Gary.
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