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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.

Population: 102746
Local Newspapers: The Gary Crusader Northwest Indiana Times
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Local Colleges: Indiana University Northwest

Zip Codes associated with gary, indiana: 46402 46403 46404 46405 46406 46407 46408 46409 46410
Towns/Cities near gary, indiana : Lake Station Hobart Soth Haven Portage Chesterton Porter Merrillville

Gary News
Ten Point Coalition looking to expand

On the evening of April 20 at Barnes United Methodist Church, the group is training people from Gary, Indiana, who recently started their own TenPoint Chapter.

Nobel laureate economist declares war against 'know-nothing' Trump

Growing up, Joseph Stiglitz bore witness to America's economic future. The decline of the once-mighty industrial heartland.

Theater review: No trouble right here with HTC's 'The Music Man'

Parker Burnham, left, as Winthrop Paroo, Cecily Ellis-Bills as Marian Paroo and Keith McKay Evans as Harold Hill in the Monday/Wednesday/Friday cast of "The Music Man" at Hale Centre Theatre, which runs through June 9. "THE MUSIC MAN," through June 9, Hale Centre Theatre's Centre Stage Theatre, 9900 S. Monroe St., Sandy ; running time: 2 hours, 25 minutes SANDY - In Meredith Willson's "The Music Man," con-man "Professor" Harold Hill whisks into the town of River City, Iowa, tricking the entire town into thinking he's a professional musician when he's actually not. But he also does something else while he's there: He gives them a reason to smile.

Gary police seek help finding missing 19-year-old

Gary police are asking for the community's help finding Faith Leann Davis, 19, who was last seen April 15, 2018. Gary police are asking for the community's help finding Faith Leann Davis, 19, who was last seen April 15, 2018.

Raymond a oeRaya Griffith

Raymond "Ray" Harold Griffith, age 77, of Greenfield, passed away April 14, 2018, at his home. He was born on August 9, 1940, in Greenfield as the son of Theron and Dorothy Griffith.

Denied Flying Lessons Because He Was Black, He Made History

As a young boy, Eugene May, 95, dreamed of flying airplanes. In the early 1940s he went to McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport in Jackson, hoping to get the flying lessons he'd always wanted.

Robert F. Kennedy: Teachings for Today

He made a point to appear together with Mayor Richard Hatcher, the first post-Reconstruction African American mayor of a large city, and Tony Zale, a white local hero who was the middleweight boxing champion of the world. That reach has often been noted over the years, with the added note that many of the city's white residents who voted for RFK went on to vote for Governor George Wallace in the general election after Kennedy died.

Mechanic gets 60 years in business associatea s 2014 killing

A northwest Indiana mechanic has been sentenced to 60 years in prison after jurors convicted him last month in the 2014 killing of a business associate. Thomas R. Smith of Hobart was sentenced Wednesday in Lake Superior Court in the death of 48-year-old David Krawczenia at an automotive shop in Gary.

Ex-northwestern Indiana officer sentenced in womana s death

A former northwestern Indiana police officer has been sentenced to 55 years in prison in the slaying of the mother of three of his children. The Times reports 33-year-old Kevin Campbell denied responsibility Friday before being sentenced.

Police investigating after 3 dead, 1 injured in Gary shootings during past week

Officers were called around 9 p.m. Wednesday to the 6500 block of West 5th Avenue for an unidentified man who was found shot multiple times in a van, Lt. Thomas Pawlak, of Gary police said.

New leaders at Salvation Army

A spokeswoman with the group's Indiana headquarters says Captains Jason and Ilona Schaal will soon be based in Indianapolis. The Schaals came to Terre Haute from Gary, Indiana.

04-02-18 Seg 3 Mens Room Enjoys A Brew

Emails, Your Guess Is As Good as Mine is between Break-ups and Beer! Plus What You Don't Need to Know and the Shot of the Day! This is the men's room. I'm listening to.

Judge reduces bond for Gary woman charged after fatal fire

This undated photo provided by the Gary Police Department shows Kristen Gober. Gary, Ind., police say Gober was charged Tuesday, March 27, 2018 with two counts of child neglect causing death and other charges.

Artist-run space 356 Mission is leaving Boyle Heights. Founders Laura Owens and Wendy Yao explain why

Laura Owens, a founder of the art space 356 Mission, at the launch of her book "12 Paintings," at the space in 2014. After five years of operating out of an old piano warehouse on the outskirts of Boyle Heights, 356 Mission, the artist-run space founded by Los Angeles painter Laura Owens and Wendy Yao, founder of the art book store Ooga Booga, will come to a close in May, when shows by painter Alake Shilling and installation artist Charlemagne Palestine come down.

Judge sets $200K bond for Gary mom in children's fire deaths

This undated photo provided by the Gary Police Department shows Kristen Gober. Gary, Ind., police say Gober was charged Tuesday, March 27, 2018 with two counts of child neglect causing death and other charges.

US Army Veteran Deported to Mexico Felt 'Dirty and Used"

U.S. Army veteran Miguel Perez, Jr., who was deported following a 2008 drug conviction, described his final moments on U.S. soil when he spoke in Tijuana, Mexico on Tuesday. Hear it in his own words.

Mom charged with leaving children alone before Indiana fire

The mother of two young children killed in a northwestern Indiana apartment building fire has been charged with leaving them alone for several hours before the youngsters started the blaze while playing with the kitchen stove. Gary police say 33-year-old Kristen Gober was charged Tuesday with two counts of child neglect causing death and other charges.

Two children die in Gary apartment fire; another child jumps to safety from fourth-story window

State fire investigators and the Gary Fire Department are spending Monday sifting through rubble for clues in Sunday's tragic apartment fire that killed two young children and forced another child to leap from a fourth-story window to safety. The Lake County coroner's office said Khristopher Gober, 4, and Kailani Gober, 2, died at Methodist Northlake Hospital in Gary.

Army veteran in US since age 8 deported after prison stint

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials confirmed Monday that Miguel Perez Jr., 39, who had a green card, was deported Friday. The move came after he lost an appeal to remain in the U.S. and Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner refused to pardon him.

2 children dead in Indiana fire; boy jumps to safety

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