GARY | Two women who worked at a local steel mill hid a secret from their co-workers – they lived together and were romantically involved.
GARY | The nation's highest court has ruled Northwest Indiana steelworkers should not get back pay for the time they spent putting on hard hats and other protective gear before clocking in, or taking it off at the end of the shift.
CHICAGO | It has been nearly 76 years since Memorial Day 1937, when Chicago police officers attacked steel workers picketing outside the now-shuttered Republic Steel plant, killing 10 and injuring hundreds of others.
United Steelworkers Local 2003 members rally Wednesday outside Jupiter Aluminum Corp. in Hammond. The steelworkers are in contract negotiations with the company.
United Steelworkers Local 2003 members, from left, Eddie Medina, of Scehererville, Jake Cole, of Hobart, and Nick Young, of Knox, rally Wednesday outside Jupiter Aluminum Corp. in Hammond.
Second- and third-generation steelworkers, from left, Dan Walters, of Griffith, John Gelon, of Lowell, Gail Richardson, of East Chicago, and Eddie Medina Jr., of Schererville. Gelon's father and grandfather, both named John, both worked in the mill. His father lost his life in the mill in 19…
Second- and third-generation steelworkers, from left, Dan Walters, of Griffith, John Gelon, of Lowell, Gail Richardson, of East Chicago, and Eddie Medina Jr., of Schererville. Gelon's father and grandfather, both named John, both worked in the mill, and his father lost his life in the mill i…
Second- and third-generation steelworkers, from left, Gail Richardson, of East Chicago, Dan Walters, of Griffith, Eddie Medina Jr, of Schererville, and John Gelon, of Lowell. Gelon's father and grandfather, both named John, both worked in the mill, and his father lost his life in the mill in…
Former United Steelworkers Local 1014 official and United States Steel Corp. retiree John Fritz died Tuesday after spending more than 60 years in various roles with the union and company.
Family and friends of former labor leader and civil rights activist Leon Lynch will hold a reception in his honor Saturday in Merrillville.
INDIANAPOLIS | Fewer union workers rallied at the Statehouse Tuesday compared with last week, but union members plan to keep rallying every day until the House Democrats return from Illinois.
INDIANAPOLIS | More than 600 steelworkers packed the marble halls of the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday asking legislators to vote down several so-called right-to-work proposals.
More than 600 members of the United Steelworkers union will travel to Indianapolis on Tuesday for the organization's annual lobbying day.
United Steelworkers Local 1010, which represents workers from ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor East and retirees from Inland Steel, has launched a campaign to lower the Social Security offset.
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