'I Just Felt Wronged:' Disabled Veteran, Proud Steelworker Devastated After ArcelorMittal Cuts His JobDisabled Iraq War veteran Christian Peters of Hebron, Indiana is one of the 29 million Americans who are now unemployed. The proud steelworker was cut by ArcelorMittal.
Worker At Indiana ArcelorMittal Steel Plant Takes Earlier Retirement Over COVID-19 Safety WorriesAfter 40 years on the job, an Indiana steel worker is suddenly calling it quits – all because of the coronavirus.
Durbin, Duckworth Call For Action Against ArcelorMittal Amid Claims Company Cheated On Toxicity TestsOne day after CBS 2 revealed claims that Indiana steelmaker ArcelorMittal cheated on the results of its toxicity tests, U.S. Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) are asking for the federal government to take serious action against the company.
ArcelorMittal Steel Plant In Indiana Accused Of Manipulating Test Results In Wake Of Chemical SpillThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management said ArcelorMittal has made a practice of redoing tests that showed excessive levels of ammonia and cyanide, and using the new tests to replace those results
Report: ArcelorMittal Missed Warning Signs Prior To Indiana Cyanide Spill"The damage could have been mitigate. Actions could have been taken a lot sooner and a lot more efficiently."
After Chemical Spill, Portage, Ind. Mayor Wants ArcelorMittal To Put New Fish In WaterFollowing a chemical spill in the Little Calumet River that left 3,000 fish dead, the mayor of Portage, Indiana has asked steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal to put twice as many fish into the water.
Swimming Now Allowed In Indiana Dunes Beaches After Cyanide SpillThe National Park Service has reopened beaches in northwestern Indiana, more than a week after a spill of cyanide and ammonia from a steel factory along Lake Michigan.
Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk Beach At Indiana Dunes National Park Reopen Following Cyanide Spill
Portage Mayor, Advocates Call For Stricter Rules And Testing After Fish-Killing ArcelorMittal Chemical SpillThere is an urgent call for stricter rules and more testing after an ArcelorMittal steel plant chemical spill left 3,000 fish dead in Northwest Indiana.
Indiana Environmental Officials: ArcelorMittal Knew About Cause Of Chemical Spill That Killed Fish 4 Days Before Talking To StateSteel manufacturer ArcelorMittal has admitted that it knew about a chemical spill that contaminated the Little Calumet River in Northwest Indiana as far back as Sunday, Aug. 11, but did not notify Indiana state officials until four days later.
Cyanide And Ammonia Spill In Little Calumet River Killed 3,000 FishPeople have been told not to touch the water in the Burns Waterway.
ArcelorMittal Says It Has Sampled Water, Seen Improvements Since Fish-Killing Chemical Spill In IndianaSteel manufacturer ArcelorMittal said it has continued sampling water in the Little Calumet River throughout the weekend after a chemical spill left hundreds of fish dead last week.
Section Of Indiana Dunes Closed Following Cyanide Spill Killing A Large Number Of FishThe National Park Service has shut down a section of the Indiana Dunes following a chemical spill that is already having an effect on wildlife.
ArcelorMittal Fined $14K After Worker Dies In Train AccidentOfficials have said 49-year-old Edwin L. Fleming of Schererville, Indiana, died when the engine he was operating struck a railcar on an adjacent track in a raw materials yard.
"Small Explosion" Outside Riverside Steel MillThe explosion happened about 11 p.m at ArcelorMittal, 13500 S. Perry, Riverdale Police said.