22 year-old Antwain D. Harrison is in stable condition after being shot in the neck at Nick's Nightclub in West Lafayette.
Drew Brees was honored as Sports Illustrated's sportsman of the year for his championship on the field and his charity off it.
The murder of Monticello resident Judith Claypool sent shock waves through the community two years ago. Now, police believe they may have found the man who
Central Catholic defeats Fountain Central 31-6 in Class A state championship football game.
An apartment building in West Lafayette catches fire for the third time in a week and a half.
The property has received some interest from buyers, but so far there have been no takers.
It's a place many of us hope never to visit, but if you find yourself in the emergency room, will you want to know you're getting the best care. News Channel
Lafayette has two new hospitals, but News Channel 18 investigates to see if they are fulfilling their promises to the community in "Hospital Examinations."
The thought of a new bypass like the Hoosier Heartland Corridor might have some wondering what would happen to a city's downtown after a decrease in traffic.
Mayor Randy Strasser said hundreds of acres on Delphi's south side have been set aside for development. But, what will happen to the city's downtown once the
We have continuing coverage concerning a Habitat for Humanity House and a local woman who wanted to give the house back to the organization.
Proposed wind farms in Tippecanoe County have some upset and worried about the noise caused by wind turbines.
It's a project that has been years in the making and now it is finally coming together. The Hoosier Heartland Corridor is in its final years of completion. For
Tippecanoe County is wanting to raise the decibel level for the sounds a wind turbine would make. Commissioners said they've taken complaints into
When HELEN Magazine came on to the scene in May 2006, it offered women in Greater Lafayette a place to learn about other women and issues that mattered to
Researchers said pollution in the Wabash River is improving, but the fish in the river are still struggling. In part two of our series "What's in the Wabash,"