Top steel executives, including some from ArcelorMittal and U.S. Steel, will discuss the future of steelmaking at an upcoming conference in Indianapolis.
"Star Wars" Stormtroopers walk the halls of Villa Cesare in Schererville on Sunday during the inaugural NWI Comic Con.
Tim Wolak, of Crown Point, dressed as Robo Cop, is on hand Sunday to pose for photos with fans during the first NWI Comic Con at the Villa Cesare in Schererville.
John Metych, 8, of Joliet, adjusts comic books that his father was selling Sunday during the NWI Comic Con at Villa Cesare in Schererville. The boy also was selling his comic drawings for 50 cents.
Fans pack Villa Cesare in Schererville on Sunday for the first NWI Comic Con.
CHESTERTON | It was a big day for the Chesterton High School yearbook staff on Oct. 18.
Syndicated cartoonist David Fitzsimmons spoke - and drew - Wednesday during the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority annual Tourism Week Luncheon at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond.
Local community and business leaders listen during the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority annual Tourism Week Luncheon on Wednesday at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond. The luncheon also focused on the state of the tourism industry along the South Shore.
Syndicated cartoonist, David Fitzsimmons spoke - and drew - Wednesday during the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority annual Tourism Week Luncheon at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond. .
MERRILLVILLE | Friday was a big day for Benjamin Hunter.
Today's economic challenges won't stop tourism and the influx of travel dollars. Travel expert Roger Rickard said that despite increasing fuel costs, "people are continuing to travel and stay on the move."
INDIANAPOLIS | After nearly three years of construction, White Lodging of Merrillville opened the doors Friday on the newest, largest and tallest hotel in the state of Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS | If their party conventions are any indication, Indiana Republicans are quietly confident they'll keep control of state government, while Hoosier Democrats know the odds of gaining new seats are long, but there's no way they're giving up without a fight.
INDIANAPOLIS | Conventional wisdom suggests Republicans will win big in November.
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