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.
His favorite stories he's reported on at WLFI include:
-How to Sketch a Criminal: Showing how police create a sketch in wake of the Delphi double homicide suspect sketch release.
-Logo Loopholes: Showing how high schools use professional and collegiate logos for their own brand.
-Under One Badge: Highlighting the first girl to join the Cub Scouts in Greater Lafayette.
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!
The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration is conducting an Active Safety Review at Lafayette's Arconic plant after a worker fell into a casting pit in late August.
The United Way of Greater Lafayette is making a final push to reach its $5.3 million dollar goal.
A Montgomery county woman is behind bars after police said she killed her husband and left his body in their home for three days.
Owners Greg and Carrie Ehresman said the location on Sagamore Parkway and Win Hentschel Boulevard will close Sunday at the end of business hours.
Sheriff deputies in Newton County are searching for a suspect or suspects after the driver of a truck was found shot early Sunday morning.
Josh Chieppo died after a single vehicle crash in Montgomery County.
An argument between two employees of the Ice Cream Specialties store on Concord Road led to a stabbing, police said.
A convenience store employee, who was carrying a gun on the job, accidentally shot himself Wednesday morning, police said.
Republican Julie Roush will be the next Tippecanoe County Clerk.
The tally came within six votes at one point. Goldsmith held the lead at the beginning of the night, Dombkowski in the middle, but ultimately Goldsmith at the end.