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!
Even though it can be scary at times and stressful medical workers said their service is crucial during this time. Even if there's a risk.
Phoenix Paramedic Solutions in Lafayette is launching a recently approved rapid antibody test. The test will allow patients to be tested at home and will help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Boy Scout Troop 335 in Greater Lafayette is findings new ways to come together while still practicing social distancing. News 18 spoke with the troop today about their idea to turn a gaming platform into a meeting space.
Mental Health America in Tippecanoe County says they have already seen and increase in calls during this pandemic and expect more.
The Greater Lafayette Chinese community is giving to those who are combating COVID-19.
Local health care organizations are preparing for an anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases. Medical professionals say several areas could see an increase within the next few weeks.
Several teachers in Tippecanoe County are preparing to start E-Learning this week in response to schools closing during COVID-19.
A local sign business is doing their part to spread some cheer to high school seniors.
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As local restaurants find ways to serve customers during this pandemic many are making strides to impact those who may be forgotten.
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