Local news for Lafayette, IN continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
2 hrs ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette
TIPPECANOE CO., Ind. - A Lafayette man gets a two-year sentence for his involvement with a burglary at a Lafayette gas station last July.
Trending on the Topix Network
5 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
As the home of Purdue University, Greater Lafayette is full of people bringing innovation to technology, entertainment and design.
10 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
A new home comes with unfamiliar sounds and unfamiliar smells, so when Kimberly Emmon woke around 4 a.m. and thought she smelled smoke, she asked her daughter if she smelled it too.
11 hrs ago | WANE-TV Fort Wayne
Northern Indiana police say a man registering as a sex offender at a county jail is facing drug charges after a bag of marijuana allegedly fell out of his pocket in the jail.
13 hrs ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette
"I think it is the worst we have seen. We just see so much cracking and so much falling apart with chunks coming out," said the Tippecanoe County Highway Department Executive Director Opal Kuhl.
Almost 50 growers and vendors turned out for a call-out meeting Thursday night before this summer's farmers markets.
Margret Robb, former Tippecanoe County attorney and first woman to be elected chief judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals, on Wednesday was named a 2014 Torchbearer by the Indiana Commission for Women.
Starting on March 11, the Fountain Gallery in downtown Lafayette will be displaying a collection of photographs entitled, "Honky Tonk: A Portrait of Country Music."
The City of Lafayette has announced updates to current and upcoming road projects concerning the areas of Earl Avenue and State Street.
The Lafayette Parks and Recreation Department is seeking applicants for more than 200 seasonal positions for the upcoming summer season, including 70 certified lifeguard positions.
Linda Elmore, owner and director of Something Special of Lafayette Art Gallery on Main Street in downtown Lafayette, is sponsoring an exhibition of mixed-media artwork by Jingshuo Yang.
The fire started at 1257 Milroy Street around 9:30 p.m. It's a one-story home with a single resident, who was not there during the time of the fire.
The momentum of last year's construction boom in Lafayette has continued in the first two months of 2014, according to city engineer Jenny Leshney.
TIPPECANOE CO., Ind. - Charges are filed against a Lafayette man after prosecutors said he stabbed a man for being too loud at an apartment complex.
On the brick walls of the Fountain Gallery, the simple black and white prints of Waylon Jennings smoking a cigarette, Jerry Lee Lewis at the piano and a young Ralph Stanley at home in front of the fireplace stand in stark contrast to the flashy country shows of the likes of Toby Keith, Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert.
March marches on, with below normal temperatures and a few flurries today. An upper level wave could bring snow showers to Lafayette and Kokomo and Muncie northward.