Andrew Sweeney of Matteson, Ill., worked at the ArcelorMittal steel mill in Burns Harbor after taking classes at Prairie State College as part of the Steelworkers for the Future program.
An 83-year-old LaPorte area man suffered third-degree burns Wednesday after his clothing and his golf cart caught fire.
HAMMOND | Two defendants of the sweeping federal racketeering case against the Imperial Gangsters street gang have accepted plea agreements, according to court records.
Tim Burns, right, director of business development for Re/Max, has joined author Ryan McFarland, of St. John, on a new book that helps anyone in sales better connect to customers. The book is called Stop Selling.
Veteran Tom Cushing, of Griffith, listens to a prayer Thursday during a luncheon for veterans at Andorra Banquets in Schererville. The luncheon was sponsored by Burns-Kish Funeral Home to honor Lake County veterans.
Army veteran Ray Mondpisowicz, of Hammond, holds his hat to his heart during a prayer Thursday at a luncheon for veterans in Schererville.
Veteran Tom Cushing, right, and his fiancee Sheila Campbell say the Pledge of Allegiance during a luncheon for veterans Thursday at Andorra Banquets in Schererville.
Burns-Kish Funeral Home owner Tom Burns, right, talks with Army veteran Fernando Urzua and other veterans Thursday during a luncheon at Andorra Banquets in Schererville. The luncheon was sponsored by Burns-Kish Funeral Home to honor Lake County veterans.
Army veteran Fernando Urzua, of Munster, listens to Burns-Kish Funeral Home owner Tom Burns during a luncheon for veterans Thursday in Schererville.
Burns-Kish Funeral Home owner and veteran Tom Burns speaks to fellow veterans Thursday during a luncheon he sponsored for them at Andorra Banquets in Schererville.
Burns Harbor firefighters check the Pilot station parking lot Tuesday after a semi-trailer leaked hydrochloric acid there.
A Burns Harbor firefighter pours an absorbant agent near a trailer leaking hydrochloric acid at the Pilot in Burns Harbor.
A Burns Harbor firefighters pours an absorbant agent near a trailer leaking hydrochloric acid Tuesday at the Pilot on U.S. 20.
Kristopher Krouse, executive director of the Shirley Heinze Land Trust, speaks during a ceremony marking the opening of the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail.
Representatives of various groups attend a ceremonial ribbon cutting Tuesday to open the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail near the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor training center. Pictured from left are Daniel Goldfarb, of the Wildlife Habitat Council, Paul Quinlan, of the Shirley Heinze Land Trust,…
Rob Maciel, manger of environment at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor, walks the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail Tuesday near the plant's training center.
Madhu Ranade, vice president of ArcelorMittal and general manager of the Burns Harbor plant, speaks Tuesday during a ceremony marking the opening the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail.
People begin to walk on the newly opened ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail Tuesday near their training center on the grounds of the plant.
The ship Algoma Transport sits by a large cracked dock wall Tuesday at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor after cargo off-loaded from the ship collapsed the structure.
Workers examine a large crack in a dock wall Tuesday at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor after cargo off-loaded from the ship Algoma Transport collapsed the structure.
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