Northwestern Indiana mayors heard about the challenges and promise facing Northwest Indiana when it comes to economic development from a nationally known site selector on Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A double-decker passenger bus flipped onto its side on a highway in suburban Indianapolis on Tuesday after striking a crashed car, leaving 18 people with mostly minor injuries, police said.
HOMEWOOD | The Canadian National Railway has a new training center in Homewood for all of its U.S.-based employees.
The Indiana Department of Transportation plans a $4.5 million repaving project for a section of Ind. 55 that could host a key Illiana Expressway interchange.
CHICAGO | Residents in a suburban Chicago neighborhood were on Monday looking at scattered pieces of a small plane that crashed hours before, wondering if the last act of a pilot before his death was to find a vacant lot on a street crowded with houses to spare lives.
MICHIGAN CITY | Mechanical problems on westbound South Shore Train No. 110 caused delays for some commuters Monday morning.
AURORA, Ill. | A suburban Chicago air traffic center reopened early Monday, more than two weeks after damage from a deliberately set fire forced the cancellation of thousands of flights and disrupted travel nationwide, federal officials said.
Indiana has more than $2 billion in the bank, and its roads and bridges are crumbling at an ever-increasing rate.
Indiana has a long way to go to bring its roads and bridges up to shape, the Indiana Department of Transportation says. Anyone who has driven on area roads — or who has wanted to drive on the Cline Avenue Bridge — knows this is true.
The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District plans to run extra trains on Sunday to help accommodate riders traveling to the Chicago Marathon.
INDIANAPOLIS | Decades of public policy focused on reducing government spending and cutting taxes have left the United States and Indiana with a legacy of crumbling roads and bridges and no money to fix them.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Just because you can talk to your car doesn't mean you should.
President Obama's landing and takeoff last week at Gary/Chicago International Airport gave the airport a brief spot in the national limelight and a chance to show the world what it can do.
Indiana State Police expect to soon have the far right westbound lanes cleared on Interstate 94 just west of Ind. 249 following a semi-trailer wreck there at about 2:45 p.m.
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The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission and the disability-rights agency Everybody Counts are hosting a meeting on public transportation on Oct. 29 at the Wicker Park Social Center, 2215 Ridge Road, Highland.
CHICAGO | Motorists driving in Hegewisch won't be stopped by train traffic any longer at Torrence Avenue and 130th Street with the completion of an underpass.
Recent news that the Indiana Toll Road’s operators, Spain’s Cintra and Australia’s Macquarie Group Ltd., filed for bankruptcy and that various banks and hedge funds are lining up to protect their interests in bankruptcy court should have Hoosiers scratching their heads.
Groups long opposed to the Illiana Expressway are urging like-minded residents to bring tractors, trucks and horses to two parades ending with a rally at the Will County Fairgrounds on Oct. 11.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Democratic candidate for state auditor is demanding Attorney General Greg Zoeller directly intervene in the Indiana Toll Road bankruptcy case to protect the state's financial interests.
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