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Facing mounting pressure from neighborhoods included in the original map considered by the West Lafayette City Council, Mayor John Dennis scaled back his annexation ambitions considerably.
Robert W. Evans, 33, was arrested Nov. 3 when police responded to a report of meth possibly being made at a home on North 17th Street in Lafayette.
A Lafayette woman was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison and must pay $164,051 in restitution for driving drunk and causing a crash that cost a motorcyclist his leg.
A few weeks ago, Craig Martin, the director of Purdue Galleries, got surprising news.
Lafayette police are investigating a stabbing near downtown, but it wasn't done with a knife.
A West Lafayette man faces charges of sexual misconduct and possession of marijuana, stemming from an investigation in which an acquaintance's teenage daughter accused him of fondling her.
The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the conviction and 55-year sentence for Dartanyan D. "BJ" Porche in the July 28, 2011, shooting death of an acquaintance, 24-year-old Clarence "BayBay" Smith Jr. Porche, 25, of Lafayette was found guilty of murder, attempted robbery resulting in serious bodily injury and conspiracy to commit robbery ... (more)
To combat phosphorus runoff, wastewater treatments plants along tributaries -- including the Wabash River -- are taking action.
Tuesday morning, State School Superintendent Glenda Ritz made a stop in Lafayette at Tecumsuh Junior High to meet with educators, city leaders and lawmakers to discuss the future of education.
Melanie and Allie Marchand were all smiles Tuesday after being safely returned to the banks of Wildcat Park by a Tippecanoe County dive team.
As Independence Day approaches, so does fireworks season. Dozens of spots in the viewing area will be home to fireworks shows this summer.
The run is sponsored by the Wabash River Runners Club and is the third Wednesday of the month through October.
More than 200 Greater Lafayette residents, Purdue University employees, international students and business leaders came to downtown Lafayette science center Imagination Station on Monday to enjoy free food and get a chance to meet University president Mitch Daniels.
According to the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office, Vincent Coors, 44, was driving a pickup truck south shortly before 1 p.m. when he struck an ornamental boulder on the side of the road.
First United Methodist Church, 1700 W. State St. in West Lafayette, will hold "Everywhere Fun Fair -- Where God's World Comes Together," from 9 a.m. to noon today through Friday.