Northwest Indiana Steelmaking industry

Post-Tribune/Chicago Tribune

Today:  For this "Reporters' Roundtable" program, we talk with "Times" chief political reporter Dan Carden about the stories he's put out in print and online.  They include the latest in the dispute between the Lake County Commissioners and County Council over who has jurisdiction over purchasing matters, and a look at how state legislators from northwest Indiana will play a role in shaping state policy when the General Assembly session begins next month.  "Times" business reporter Joseph Pete talks about his stories, including his comprehensive look at changes in the local steelmaking industry with a new player: Cleveland-Cliffs, and one about a gain in northwest Indiana population despite the early-2020 job losses.  And Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott Jr. joins us for a lively city-wide update.   

nwitimes.com / White Lodging

Today:   On this Reporters' Roundtable, we talk with Andrew Steele of the "Times of Northwest Indiana" about his story of the White Lodging proposal to redevelop its property at I-65 and U.S. 30 into a "transformative" multi-use plan of hotels, event spaces, restaurants and office space -- among other uses.  Joseph Pete of the "Times" has several business stories he's put out in print and online.  And "Post-Tribune" reporters Meredith Colias-Pete and Carole Carlson join us to talk about their stories on education and community affairs.

Indiana State Police Lowell DIstrict

Today:   It's Reporters' Roundtable Thursday.  We hear from Marc Chase of the "Times of Northwest Indiana' about a 20-page special section, coming this weekend, which takes a deep dive into details of 373 fatal traffic accidents that killed 404 people over the past five years in Lake, Porter and LaPorte Counties.   "Times" business reporter Joseph Pete brings us up-to-date on the United Steelworkers Union negotiations with major steelmakers U.S.