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Topic - Gary
Gary, Indianapolis and three other Indiana cities have received a total of about $15 million to help eliminate blighted and abandoned homes.
A Georgia-based nonprofit founded by the late Habitat for Humanity founder Millard Fuller will oversee a project in Gary aimed at revitalizing an area of the city near Michael Jackson's boyhood home.
State highway crews will suspend work over Memorial Day weekend to make holiday travel easier in northwest Indiana.
A Gary slaying suspect who walked free from an Illinois hospital has turned himself in.
A Gary police spokeswoman says authorities have issued a nationwide alert for a slaying suspect.
A man fatally shot his estranged wife in the parking lot of a parochial school in northwestern Indiana and later killed himself at his home after a police officer confronted him, police said.
World War II veteran Lynn Maynard, 92, of Gillett, said the recent Twin Tiers Honor Flight trip "was the greatest thing that's happened in a long time to me."
Two women who worked at a local steel mill hid a secret from their co-workers - they lived together and were romantically involved.
Bluegrass legend and banjo pioneer Earl Scruggs, who helped profoundly change country music with Bill Monroe in the 1940s and later with guitarist Lester Flatt, has died. He was 88.
There's something almost subversive about the way "Young Adult" picks apart the conventions of the contemporary movie comedy. Unexpectedly sinister and bleak, director Jason Reitman's film borrows from the romantic-comedy formula, but injects a note of realism by showing what happens when the antisocial pathologies of a broadly drawn comic character are let loose on real people.
A child welfare official has testified that social workers found no signs of maltreatment when they investigated an Alaska woman accused of punishing her adopted son by putting hot sauce in his mouth.
An Alaska woman is charged with child abuse because of a "Dr. Phil" TV show appearance that featured video of her disciplining a 7-year-old son by apparently putting hot sauce in his mouth and forcing him into a cold shower.