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On August 17, 1859 Lafayette, Indiana became the location of the first airmail delivery in the US. John Wise piloted a balloon starting on the lawn of the courthouse, hoping to have it reach New York. Due to bad weather the balloon fell near Crawfordsville, Indiana. Lafayette has been home to notable people such as actress Embeth Davidtz (Matilda, Secret Diary of Bridget Jones), singer Shannon Hoon (Blind Melon), director/producer Sydney Pollack (Leatherheads, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Sabrina) and Guns N' Roses musicians Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin.

Population: 56397
Local Newspapers: Journal and Courier Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Harrison College

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, indiana: 47901 47904 47905 47906 47907 47909
Towns/Cities near lafayette, indiana : West Lafayette Battle Ground Dayton Frankfort Shadeland Crawfordsville

Lafayette News
The Tippecanoe County Historical Association highlights African-American history

On Friday, it hosted a diversity program at Long Center in Lafayette by bringing in African-American historians from Ireland, Louisiana, and Virginia. Performers educated students on the underground railroad and the influence of African music.

Wx Alerts

The rain will likely be heavy at times with embedded thunderstorms. Rainfall totals of 3 to 5 inches with some locally higher amounts appear possible at this time.

Week in Review, Feb. 11-17, 2018

Police Chief Jim Nichols received a plaque from Mayor Ron Walter in appreciation of Nichols' efforts to rescue a woman from a second-floor window in a Butler apartment building during a Jan. 30 fire.

Old Lafayette: First movies set city ablaze

The movies first came to Lafayette in the summer of 1905 in a way you would never in a thousand years imagine. On Aug. 30 of that year, there was a reunion in Lafayette of Spanish-American War members of Indiana's 160th Infantry Regiment.

Dining Out: Arni's a family tradition

A Lafayette institution since 1965, Arni's menu is just as good with take out as it is inside the restaurant. Arni's has been not only a Lafayette restaurant institution since 1965 but it's been a staple in my family for more than 50 years as well.

Plastic caps will create benches for Delphi park

Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 20 at 4:00PM EST in effect for: Daviess, Greene, Knox Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 21 at 2:59AM EST in effect for: Jackson, Lawrence, Washington Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 16 at 10:55PM EST in effect for: Delaware, Randolph Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 19 at 8:12PM EST in effect for: Jackson, Lawrence, Washington Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 20 at 4:00PM EST in effect for: Daviess, Greene, Knox Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 16 at 10:55PM EST in effect for: Delaware, Randolph Flood Warning issued February 16 at 10:56AM EST expiring February 19 at 8:12PM EST in effect for: Jackson, Lawrence, Washington Flood Warning issued February 16 at ... (more)

McVey prepares to become a judge next month

Kristen McVey left the prosecutor's office after 11 years as the second in command. Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed her to be the county's newest judge.

Bangert: Who's behind those anti-KKK posters

Downtown Lafayette business try to figure out who is targeting them anti-Klan material and why. Let's go to the video footage.

Public high schools will be vote center for day

The local schools, League of Women Voters and the TIppecanoe Election Office hopes first-time voters become life-time voters. Jefferson High School students signed a poster after voting for the first time.

WL man faces 6 charges of child molesting

Douglas Richard Felix faces 6 child molesting charges for violating a girl when she visited his rural home, according to a probable cause affidavit. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.

Troopers arrest three on suspicion of drugs

A routine traffic stop in northern Tippecanoe County on Interstate 65 about 5:40 p.m. Thursday netted three men accused having drugs. LAFAYETTE, Ind.

Could Lafayette get a cat cafe?

Opening a cat cafe might not be as difficult as you think. And it's a great way to increase adoption rates.

Two suspects at large in teen's Craigslist robbery

The search continued Friday for the man and woman police suspected are part of a trio of robbers who preyed upon a 16-year-old girl Wednesday. Police arrested 18-year-old Oscar Matthew Santos-Johnson at his home Wednesday night and preliminarily charged him with robbery.

TCHA brings Black History Month to life

TCHA and the City of Lafayette organized a two day event for fourth grader's, which highlight's Tippecanoe County's rich African-American history. Mia Marie, a living history actor, poses in the uniform she uses for her presentations at the Long Center in Lafayette, IN.

Rights tug of warNeed another example of Indiana lawmakers' contempt...

Need another example of Indiana lawmakers' contempt for local decision-making? How about a bill that would prevent your local zoning officials from barring a mining operation in your neighborhood? House Bill 1289, awaiting a hearing in the Senate Natural Resources Committee, was authored by Rep. Jeff Ellington, R-Bloomington.

Looking at ODs to find ways to help others live

Twenty-one people in Tippecanoe County died from drug overdoses in 2017. A review board met for the first time Thursday to find opportunities to intervene before drugs become fatal.

Lafayette man guilty of 2015 death of his son

Gabriel Hallman threatened to kill his infant because he screamed too much. Tippecanoe Superior 1 jurors convicted Hallman of doing just that.

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