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November 16, 2016 View email in browser

Search warrant offers insight into federal probe in Lake County

A federal search warrant obtained by the Post-Tribune shows federal agents were investigating a possible “receipt of a bribe by an agent of a local government receiving federal funds, mail and wire fraud, conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; and Hobbs Act extortion.”

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INDOT rail session leaves unanswered questions

Residents attending a state meeting about rail lines left without getting answers from officials about their concerns.

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East Chicago residents seek larger voice in cleanup

Residents of the U.S.S. Lead Superfund site, which was contaminated with lead and arsenic, are seeking a larger voice in the remediation planning process.

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School administrators on alert for racially charged incidents post-election

One school official sent an email indicating that teachers and administrators have seen an uptick in inflammatory language that was used on the campaign trail.

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Deer season opens; pantries call for donations

Hunters who harvest more than they can use have the opportunity to help stock the shelves of local food pantries this season.

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Health departments warned of tainted strawberries

The Indiana State Department of Health is warning county departments about tainted strawberries imported from Egypt.

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