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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
Death penalty trial in Lake County, Ind., pushed to next fall

A judge pushed the jury trial for Darren Vann , who is facing the death penalty on murder charges in the deaths of multiple women, to next fall, almost four years since his initial arrest. Vann's trial was set to begin with jury selection in February, with presentation of evidence beginning in March.

Gary, Indiana, appealing to virtue in Amazon project pitch

Long-struggling Gary, Indiana, is hoping to stand out in Amazon's search for a second headquarters site by offering a chance to pull the city from its decades of economic decline. Indianapolis-area leaders are also making a pitch to Amazon, but aren't talking about their bid for its promised 50,000 jobs.

Elvis Aaron Presley Jr. to perform at Boscov's

Boscov's in the Millcreek Mall will present Elvis Aaron Presley Jr. as one of the honored guests during their Grand Opening Celebration. Presley will take center stage for the second week Grand Opening Celebration of the new Boscov's Department Store as he sings and entertains customers.

Why Not High School Boys in Girl Scouts?

Girl Scouts from Lighthouse Service Unit of Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio carry the international flags into Black River Landing Friday night to officially kick off the Lorain International Festival bazaar. Leading the way are Tejah Whitfield, 10, carrying the American flag; Christine Parker, 17, carrying the Ohio flag; and Mia Baker, 11, carrying the Lorain International flag.

Balkan Grill Company is the king of road food

All day long at the Petro truck stop in Gary, Indiana, drivers pull in, dismount from their cabs, and saunter lazily across the long blacktop toward a grassy patch next to the parking lot entrance. Muttering into Bluetooth earpieces, they approach the steps of a raised semitrailer painted bright yellow, announcing itself to the parking lot with the words balkan grill restaurant.

Here's how to do dual-enrollment right

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos greets students at 21st Century Charter School in Gary on Sept. 15. Photo: Kyle Telechan/Post-Tribune "Dual enrollment" programs that enable high school students to earn college credits are expanding rapidly, but quality varies.

'Christmas Card Lady' collection in need of a home

The World War II veteran from Gary wrote a letter to the Post-Tribune, asking its local readers to mail Christmas cards to his wife, who was deaf since she was 9. "What I am after is some way to get her a lot of Christmas cards, because she gets a bigger kick out of cards at Christmas than anything I can buy her," he wrote. "I only want this unusual Christmas present for my wife.

Not standing anymore: Letter to the editor

My parents stood for this country's national anthem in 1923 after the Rosewood Massacre. My father stood for the national anthem after being told that he was unable to buy a home under the G.I. Bill in 1947 because he was a Negro.

Northwest Indiana launches Amazon bid teams

An Amazon corporate office building is seen in Sunnyvale, California. The Northwest Indiana Forum is organizing its pitch for the company's second headquarters, as is the city of Gary.

Family members say women from Gary were in burning car

INDIANAPOLIS - The deadly crime scene where Indianapolis fire fighters found two bodies in a burned car got a visit from grieving loved ones Saturday. The coroner will only officially release the names of the victims after positively identifying the remains and making notification, but those family members are already talking about two women they believe are the victims.

Northwest Indiana educators to Betsy DeVos: Visit our schools

United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is introduced to faculty at 21st Century Charter School in Gary during her visit on Sept. 15, 2017.

University of Chicago Nets NIH Grant to Increase Access to HIV...

The University of Chicago's Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health was awarded a grant to increase access to PrEP in drugstore pharmacy settings in communities with high rates of sexually transmitted infections and HIV infection. Funded by a two-year grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health, this study will be led by Ci3's executive director, Dr. Brandon J. Hill, and will partner with Indiana University's Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention , AIDS Foundation of Chicago, and the Indiana Minority Health Coalition.

Woman reaches plea deal in slayings of Indiana brothers

The Times reports 28-year-old Michelle Hughes entered the plea Tuesday and prosecutors agreed to dismiss murder charges. Hughes will face a minimum of five years in prison for the kidnapping offenses when sentenced Nov. 17. Prosecutors say 18-year-old Arreon Lackey and 16-year-old Antonio Lackey of Gary were kidnapped from a Merrillville hotel as part of a plot to retrieve a gun.

Woman reaches plea deal in slayings of Indiana brothers

The Times reports 28-year-old Michelle Hughes entered the plea Tuesday and prosecutors agreed to dismiss murder charges. Hughes will face a minimum of five years in prison for the kidnapping offenses when sentenced Nov. 17. Prosecutors say 18-year-old Arreon Lackey and 16-year-old Antonio Lackey of Gary were kidnapped from a Merrillville hotel as part of a plot to retrieve a gun.

Indiana governor seeks federal funding for railroad project

Indiana's governor is urging the Trump administration to include nearly $490 million in the new federal budget toward upgrading and expanding the South Shore commuter rail line that runs between northern Indiana and Chicago. The Times reports that work on the South Shore Line includes extending the rail between Hammond and Dyer, as well as adding a second line between Gary and Michigan City.

Indiana abortion rate continues to decline

Indiana's abortion rate has dropped eight straight years - and by 33 percent since 2008 - a trend hastened by the closure of several abortion clinics, including one in Fort Wayne But 289 girls and women from Allen County still received abortions in 2016 at one of Indiana's six remaining clinics, according to the latest state data.

1 dead, 2 injured in Gary shooting that caused car to fall from overpass

One man is dead and two others were injured in a shooting in Gary, Ind., early Saturday morning, police said. A 24-year-old man was driving a Dodge Charger with two other men, ages 20 and 23, on Grant Street near the overpass over I-80/94 around 5:17 a.m., according to police.

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