Ex-NW Ind. bank president killed while jogging
VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) — The retired president of a northwestern Indiana bank has died after being struck by a pickup while he was jogging.

The Porter County Sheriff's Department says 62-year-old Garry Bradley was hit Sunday morning along a county road a couple miles west of Valparaiso. The 19-year-old driver told officers that he fell asleep when the truck crossed the center line and hit Bradley.

Bradley was a brother-in-law of Mayor Jon Costas, who told the Post-Tribune of Merrillville that Bradley served on several civic boards and went on many church mission trips to Africa.

The Times of Munster reports Bradley was president of Bank Calumet and retired when it was bought by First Midwest in 2005.

Investigators say they're awaiting the results of toxicology tests on the driver who hit Bradley.