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Sam Remer, left, his mother Andi Remer, Lisa Halsema and Dylan Miller go over art work done by Dylan and Sam Feb. 25 at First Baptist Church in Lafayette.
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More sad news out of West Lafayette today as an apartment fire in the 200 block of S River Rd. caused one fatality and several non-life threatening injuries.
An artist's rendering shows what the proposed townhouses would look like in the Centennial Centennial Townhomes project on Fifth Street between Brown and Cincinnati streets in Lafayette.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A judge has turned down a request from the man charged with killing a fellow Purdue University student during a classroom attack that he be allowed to fire his defense attorney and represent himself in court.
Several medical services, including emergency and intensive care units, no longer will be offered at the St. Elizabeth Central campus, Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health officials said Tuesday.
The Lafayette wastewater treatment plant will begin accepting sewage from Evonik Corp., after the company installs a force sewer main from its facility at 1650 Lilly Road to the treatment plant at 1700 Wabash Ave. The Board of Public Works and Safety on Tuesday voted to grant Evonik a sewer easement across city property to reach the treatment ... (more)
Emily Saliers and Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls will perform June 8 at Long Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Lafayette.
A man featured on News 18's Fugitive Search earlier this year was arrested by the West Lafayette Police Department.
When a tornado damaged two schools in Tippecanoe County last fall, it also destroyed more than ten trees.
Both are graduates of Big 10 universities, have been a part of the Lafayette community for more than a decade, and are both campaigning for the title of Superior Court 5 Judge.
Fairfield Township trustee Julie Roush picks up branches at Greenbush Cemetery last October in Lafayette.
The middle of May through the middle of August typically generates a road-construction frenzy in West Lafayette as crews feverishly work to repair and rebuild roads while most Purdue University students are away on summer break.
Clear River Church has purchased the block between Third and Fourth streets and Brown and Cincinnati streets twith plans to tear down eyesore warehouses and businesses on the west side of the block to build a church.
A Lafayette man who pleaded guilty to repeatedly sexually assaulting a teenage girl has been sentenced to a full 42 years in prison under his plea agreement in the case.