Trevor Peters is the anchor of News 18 This Morning and News 18 at Noon. He sets his alarm for 2:44 a.m. and truly loves it.
He joined WLFI in June of 2017. Trevor is thrilled to stay in the same community where he went to college.
Trevor is from Fishers, Indiana and attended Purdue University. He is a third-generation Boilermaker and truly bleeds black and gold! While at Purdue, Trevor was a member of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club, Mortar Board Senior Honorary and was the 2016 Purdue Homecoming King.
He is a part of Class 48 in Leadership Lafayette and currently is teaching Fast Track student news in Purdue's Brian Lamb School of Communication. Trevor is also a proud Eagle Scout.
You can also catch Trevor on the jumbotron at Ross-Ade Stadium as the in-game host for Purdue Football.
Trevor and his fiancé are getting married in June 2020. Faith, family, community and Purdue! Nothing is more important.
Trevor loves everything about Greater Lafayette and he's incredibly thankful to those who welcome him into their homes each morning. Please, always come say hi if you see him. Trevor loves meeting new people.
A man held a handwritten sign at the Tippecanoe County Courthouse Friday saying the governor's stay at home order was unconstitutional. What do you think?
The state reported 474 new cases and 13 new deaths Thursday.
Pharmacists at Purdue and West Lafayette High School alums are helping supply Greater Lafayette with hand sanitizer during the coronavirus outbreak.
Sixteen more coronavirus deaths were also announced by the state, bringing the total up to 65.
It's 'back to school' for hundreds of students in Tippecanoe County Wednesday. However, classes will be looking a little different.
Subaru of Indiana Automotive has announced a second postponement of its originally scheduled plant shutdown. All associates will continue to receive full pay through Friday, April 10.
There were new cases in Carroll, Howard, Miami and White Counties.
Tippecanoe County still had just 11 cases, the same number reported Saturday. New cases were reported in Howard, Jasper, Montgomery and Warren Counties.
Arconic is reporting that one of its employees has tested positive for coronavirus.
At the start, police said he had clothes on. By the end, he was naked and lying in a field, according to police.
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