Friday Apr 18
For Bitcoin "Miners," Nice Work If You Can Get It
For Steve Vittitoe, bitcoin is a fun way to make some extra money. This unassuming 31-year-old family man, who is a computer programmer for a cybersecurity firm, runs a mini bitcoin-mining operation from the basement of his home in Valparaiso, Ind.
Exclusive: Obamacare - The 'Employer of Choice' Dilemma
VALPARAISO, Ind., & SANATA CLARA, Calif. -- The differing levels of delays tied to the Affordable Care Act , sometimes referred to as "Obamacare" by both sides of the political aisle, may be postponing the inevitable dawn of universal coverage here in the United States, but for retailers looking for clear answers, those appear few and far between.
Valparaiso man charged in apartment shooting death
The man who lived in an apartment where another man was shot and killed early Wednesday has been charged with murder.
Man shot over rifle and bottle of cologne
Prosecutors say a northwest Indiana man fatally shot a friend in a fight over a rifle and a bottle of cologne.
Price For Adams Group Northern Indiana Purchase: $8.5 Million
The price for the sale by LEIGH ELLIS' RADIO ONE COMMUNICATIONS OF INDIANA of Country WLJE and Oldies WAKE-A/VALPARAISO, IN, Classic Rock WXRD /CROWN POINT, IN, and AC WZVN /LOWELL, IN to ADAMS RADIO GROUP OF NORTHERN INDIANA, LLC is $8.5 million, according to the paperwork filed with the FCC.
Suspect Held In Fatal Shooting In Valparaiso
Valparaiso Police Chief Michael Brickner said that Gerid W. Forste, 31, and the suspected shooter, who The Post-Tribune is not yet naming because he has not been formally charged, were at the suspect's apartment at 1305 Black Partridge Lane, Apt.
Submitted Photo Gavin Harbo, 13, a student at Trinity Lone Oak Lutheran School in Eagan, pictured second from the right, is a member of the Tigers seventh and eighth grade boys basketball team that went 1-2 at the Lutheran Basketball Athletic Association National Tournament of Champions from Thursday through Sunday at Valparaiso University in ... (more)
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Roy U. Wilson, 91
He was born October 15, 1922 in Indianapolis, IN to Roy U. and Carol Wilson. He graduated from Muncie Central High School in 1940 and received a B.S. and lifetime teaching license in Education from Ball State University in 1950.
Would-be Jeep buyer nabbed
An Illinois man was arrested Friday by Indiana State Police, accused of trying to use a false identity to buy a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee worth about $67,000 at Glenbrook Dodge in Fort Wayne.
Pence signs roads bill into law, touts state's growth
Gov. Mike Pence joined almost 200 business and community leaders Thursday in the Harre Union at Valparaiso University to sign a new law that could bring in as much as $400 million for highway projects statewide.
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Pence Wins for Preschools and Roads
Thursday morning, March 27, 2014, Pence signed the preschool pilot program to law during an event held at DayStar Childcare Ministry in Indianapolis.