GARY | The largest steel mill in Northwest Indiana has abandoned a longtime plan to make a cheaper, more-reliably priced alternative to a raw material needed for steelmaking.
Things are looking up for steelmakers after a rough patch during the economic downturn and a winter weather-chilled first quarter.
U.S. Steel brightened its outlook after narrowing its loss in the second quarter despite the toll harsh winter weather took on its local flat-rolled operations.
Valparaiso-based Indiana Beverage hired Jill E. Ritchie as vice president and general counsel of government affairs.
Summer is seen by most as a time of relaxation. A time to vacation. A time to fire up the grill and enjoy the outdoors.
Gary Police Officer Jeffrey Westerfield likely would be alive today if he had been riding with a partner early last Sunday.
U.S. Steel will pay $58 million to settle a lawsuit that alleges domestic steelmakers conspired to fix prices nearly a decade ago.
GARY | More than 700 jobs are available, and many need to be filled now.
Steel imports are up 33 percent so far this year, while even more than 20 percent of U.S. steelmaking capacity has been sitting idle.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder swore in Portage's 62nd firefighter Tuesday.
PORTAGE | For now, the former U.S. Steel Training Center will be buttoned up.
An era is over.
GARY | A blast furnace at the nation's largest steel mill is back online after repairs were made.
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ArcelorMittal will spend $90 million to settle a price-fixing lawsuit that alleged U.S. steelmakers violated federal antitrust laws.
The core of a blast furnace can reach up to 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a fairly uninviting place to say the least.
Automakers are putting their vehicles on crash diets to prepare for tough new federal rules that demand twice as much fuel-efficiency by 2025.
INDIANAPOLIS | Steel dumping poses a real threat to jobs in Northwest Indiana, and policy-makers in Washington need to take heed, industry officials said.
Demand for steel was relatively flat in the United States in 2013, but AcrelorMittal is expecting a 4 percent increase in demand and shipments this year.
U.S. Steel announced Friday it has reduced its headcount in locations throughout the world.
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