A Michigan City man convicted last year for holding up multiple gas stations in LaPorte and Michigan City is not entitled to a new trial, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
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It may take longer than usual to replace the late Judge Diane Boswell on the bench of the Lake Superior Court.
The Indiana Supreme Court has no problem with deceased parents using their wills or trusts to attempt to control the lives of their adult children, including whether or whom their children marry.
A Hammond landlord ordered by the city to tear out the five apartments he's rented in what once was a single-family home is getting a chance to challenge the administrative process that led to that order.
The Lake County Commissioners soon will file their arguments in an appeal of a Lake Superior Court ruling authorizing the Lake County Council to take control of the county's purchasing and data processing departments.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has unanimously affirmed the murder conviction of a Gary man who shot and killed 69-year-old Alonzo Smith Sr. four years ago in East Chicago.
The new charges carry a maximum sentence of three years in prison if John Keeler is convicted. He already was facing up to 20 years in prison in connection with alleged campaign finance violations.
Upon taking office, Johnson will make history as the first black U.S. attorney in the district that covers 32 of the state's 92 counties, including Northwest Indiana.
A female Chicago police officer was shot multiple times Friday in the city's South Shore neighborhood. She and her partner self-transported to a nearby hospital, where she was listed in stable condition, police said.
Local taxing districts that include Southlake Mall likely will have to pay millions of dollars in refunds after a long-running property tax assessment dispute was resolved in the mall's favor.