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We're halfway there! The well-advertised "pause in the precipitation" occurs early to mid morning today, followed by another batch of accumulating snow.
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Dec. 7th the courthouse dome will turn into a lighted "Christmas tree" as part of the Dickens of a Christmas.
If you didn't mark your calendar with our events roundup last week, here's a reminder of what's going on this weekend.
High schoolers and parents who are seeking answers to those difficult financial aid questions are encouraged to attend a presentation on the topic.
John Dennis just shrugged. It was Tuesday night, several hours after Freedom Indiana, running point on the fight to shut down the gay marriage ban amendment proposed for the Indiana Constitution, trumpeted that mayors from some of the state's largest cities thought House Joint Resolution 6 was a bad idea.
A pit bull who was at large after attacking its owner's father on Nov. 12 was captured and euthanized Tuesday after allegedly attacking a Lafayette woman and her dog early Tuesday, police confirmed today.
A Lafayette man convicted of trying to bite a sheriff's deputy and threatening to harm two police officers and their families has also been found guilty of drug possession.
"Get Your Groove On" will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Kathryn Weil Center for Education, 1415 Salem St. During the educational program, Dr. Holly Thacker, a national women's health expert, will address issues for postmenopausal women that impact body image and self-esteem.
Just days before the anniversary of a major attack on the United States, a local connection to the attack passes away.
Daniel J. Porter, 27, appeared Tuesday in U.S. District Court on a charge of sending threats through the mail.
Above the din of front-end loaders moving dirt, business developers and city leaders celebrated the construction of a grocery store on an outlot at Lafayette Pavilions on Creasy Lane.
A steady trickle of Purdue University students filed into a Stewart Center room where West Lafayette developers, their consultants and university representatives listened to ideas for changes to State Street.
Peacocks and peahens - together known as peafowls - are world famous for the peacock's enormous, flashy train, which it uses to woo females.