HAMMOND | Reputed Two Six gang member Frank “Pumpkin” Perez Jr. pleaded not guilty to several felony charges Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
Hockey is a booming business right now. After an attention-grabbing Olympic trip and an exciting postseason for the scandal-free NHL, revenue and television ratings have risen to record levels across a largely healthy, happy league.
LAPORTE | An iron foundry that has been a major employer in LaPorte since 1934 and made some of the largest metal castings in the United States is expected to close next month, putting more than 120 employees out of work.
Humor has long been at the forefront of Billy Gardell's life. As a kid, the comedian took notice of the classic comics, particularly his idol Jackie Gleason.
The mayors of the Steel City, the Windy City and the other Steel City came together Wednesday for a meeting of the minds.
INDIANAPOLIS | Robert Mathis insists momentum matters.
The meeting was brief. A few minutes tops.
GARY | U.S. Steel is shutting down half of the coke batteries at Gary Works as part of an overall cost-cutting strategy the company is pursuing after failing to turn an annual profit in five years.
Northwest Indiana's two major steelmakers are both expected to report losses during the third quarter, though market conditions have been gradually improving.
PITTSBURGH | The meeting was intimate and brief. Following his team's first 0-2 start in more than a decade, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and safety Ryan Clark huddled with remaining players from the club's last Super Bowl title in 2009 and tried to plot a course forward.
U.S. Steel recently overhauled its leadership after years of losses and a cement-booted stock price that has sunk by about 90 percent since 2008, but an analyst warns a turnaround will not be easy.
GARY | United States Steel Corp., the company that built the city of Gary and was once the largest corporation in the world, has a new leader.
ArcelorMittal and U.S. Steel have been working on streamlining operations after a prolonged economic slump has kept them from being profitable, and the Pittsburgh-based steelmaker plans to review labor costs at all its facilities.
United States Steel Corp. posted another loss in the second quarter because of sluggish demand, and declines in flat-rolled shipments and line pipe prices.
Actor Matthew Henerson admits being a little confused when his agent said a New York casting team was flying to Los Angeles to audition him for a role in their planned national Broadway tour of "Flashdance The Musical."
CHICAGO | LaTroy Hawkins surely has a post-playing career in mind.
Joel Quenneville must remember when he was a rookie defenseman on the 1978-79 Toronto Maple Leafs.
The true measure of how serious Mickey Morandini is about managing will be his family’s upcoming new address.
"We are competitive."
SOUTH BEND | Notre Dame is hoping its stellar defense and rebounding can lead it to a Big East title.
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