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3 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
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.
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Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
4 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
"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.
9 hrs ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette
Just days before the anniversary of a major attack on the United States, a local connection to the attack passes away.
13 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
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.
Construction is underway at the intersection of Kossuth Street and Earl Avenue in Lafayette.
Include student's full name, gender, grade and school, or mail to Jennifer Christos, 217 N. Sixth St., Lafayette, IN 47901.
The blue spruce towered over Mildred “Mid” Osborn’s little white house on Fairfax Drive in Lafayette.
Pete Metzinger's 3-pointer as time expired lifted Central Catholic to a 57-56 victory over Lafayette Jeff at J&C Hoops Classic on Monday night.
A Pit Bull, dubbed Chewy, who attacked a 52-year-old man on November 12, is still at large in Lafayette, Indiana, according to Lt.
City employees who smoke will pay an additional $500 fee next year as part of Lafayette's health insurance.
Authorities are still investigating a two-vehicle car accident that took the life of Kari Wortham, 32, of Mulberry Monday afternoon.
Supporters of Sunday alcohol sales are toasting a change in leadership on a key Indiana House committee.
An argument between husband and wife turned into a stabbing Sunday night in the 3000 block of Keyes Court in Claystone at the Crossing Apartments south of Indiana 25 between U.S. 231 and Old Romney Road, according to Lafayette police.