Trevor Peters is the anchor of News 18 This Morning and News 18 at Noon. He joined WLFI in June of 2017 as a multi-platform journalist and began anchoring in July 2017. He is thrilled to stay in the same community where he went to college.
Trevor was born and raised in 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 previously held internships at WLFI in 2015 and at KPRC, Houston's NBC affiliate, in 2016.
He is a part of Class 48 in Leadership Lafayette and is a high school boys youth group leader at his church. 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 is an avid Cincinnati Reds fan and is having a hard time fitting in with a newsroom full of Cubs fans. Trevor is passionate about telling the stories of amazing people in our community. Please reach out!
NASA wants to return to the moon by 2024, but Purdue researchers say there are obstacles to overcome.
With only 17 seconds of fuel remaining, Gene Kranz helped successfully land Apollo 11 on the lunar surface 50 years ago. Thursday, he was at Purdue University.
A man walking near State Road 25 South was hit and injured Friday morning, according to the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office.
The Neil A. Armstrong Papers at Purdue University contain 70,000 pages of fan mail saved by the astronaut.
Fifty years to the day that Apollo 11 crossed into the moon's gravitational sphere, Purdue Engineering announced an initiative aimed at establishing a human and economic presence on the moon.
Neil Armstrong came to Purdue in 1947 on a Navy scholarship from Wapakoneta, Ohio. The rest, literally, went down in history.
Battle Ground Police and its town marshal are facing a lawsuit from a local man whose teen son was killed in a police chase.
Officers found rotten food, used diapers, old trash bags and empty vodka bottles through the home.
Registration begins Wednesday for a free course giving an inside look at the Lafayette Police Department.
A man crashed into a DNR officer on Lake Freeman, and then the man's wife tried to fight officers, police said. Now, both are facing charges.