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.
Earlier this year, election officials raised concerns that Purdue student IDs weren't legal identification at the polls, because they don't have an expiration date. Now they do.
The Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office is investigating the sudden death of an inmate.
Cass County Superior Court II Judge Richard Maughmer was found dead underneath a car Monday night, according to Sheriff Ed Schroder.
West Lafayette police have arrested a 15-year-old boy accused of shooting two men at a West Lafayette high rise Sunday morning.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels rolled up to work Monday on Harley Davidson's new LiveWire motorcycle.
"We have had final exams disrupted because roaches are wandering down the rows of seats in the classroom."
Prosecutors said in August 2018, Pugh and another man approached a woman outside her Lafayette apartment and forced her at knifepoint to drive to Walmart.
The fire was at the former Station #6, at Elmwood Avenue and Greenbush Street.
A couple has been charged in a years-long investigation, accused of abandoning a girl in a Lafayette apartment and then leaving for Canada.
The increase, which is not final until the city and town councils vote on the measure, would add a .18-percent increase to the 1.1-percent county income tax.