Marvin Bills joined WLFI in January of 2019 as a multi-platform journalist
Marvin Bills joined WLFI in January of 2019 as a multi-platform journalist. Marvin was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended high school at Ben Davis High School. Marvin then moved to Terre Haute, IN where he attended Indiana State University. While in Terre Haute Marvin worked as a full-time Production Assistant for the NBC/ABC affiliate WTWO/WAWV. He also worked as a reporter/anchor for the university TV station.
Marvin loves to learn and is very social, he loves to meet new people. In his free time, Marvin loves to shop, watch reality TV, and hike. He was part of show choir for 7 years and competed in competitions. He is excited to learn more about the Greater Lafayette area and all that it has to offer.
Feel free to contact Marvin on story suggestions, comments, questions, or just to chat!
Water levels on Lake Freeman are continuing to drop rapidly. Over the last several weeks levels have dropped nearly 7 feet.
A new water tower is coming to Battle Ground. Leaders approved the project last week. However, many people living in the area are skeptical about the decision.
A horse stable out of White County is making strides to impact our veterans and first responders.
The attorneys representing over a dozen citizens in the Cass County Citizens' Coalition responds to a zinc factory's claims that the group did nothing during negotiations.
One local woman is celebrating life after overcoming a debilitating illness.
If your local police department had a pod-cast, would you listen to it? The Lafayette Police Department is asking you to give its pod-cast a shot.
People in Cass County say they are at their wits end in the battle between county leaders and a zinc factory coming to the area. Now citizens are preparing to take action in a different manner.
The American Red Cross is sounding the alarm this week in asking people to volunteer. This comes as many parts of the country brave natural disasters and the aftermath it brings.
A new outreach program is coming to Greater Lafayette. It's a partnership with Connection Point Church and the Tippecanoe County Community Correction.
Local restaurants in Downtown Lafayette are soaking in a new idea that's expanding their dining services outdoors. The goal is to increase the number of customers that restaurants can serve during the pandemic.
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