Marvin Bills

Marvin Bills joined WLFI in January of 2019 as a multi-platform journalist

Title: Multi-platform Journalist
marvin.bills@wlfi.com

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!

Recent Posts by Marvin Bills

Homeowners opting out of new smart meter systems

You may have noticed a door hanger from Duke Energy about a new Smart Metering System and some homeowners are saying no.

Local business pays it forward

The Greater Lafayette Area isn't foreign to giving back and one local business continues to uphold that reputation.

Greater Lafayette's hidden musical gem

Sixty-nine-year-old Steve Robinett was a local trumpet player known for playing jazz music until something changed.

Non-consensual pornography bill heading to state senate

Right now, there is no consequence for revenge porn in Indiana, but a new senate bill could change that.

This weather can be dangerous, especially for our older community

The older you get the harder it is for your body to retain heat. This means that many older people are more prone to getting hypothermia when it gets cold out.

LPD arrests two people after major drug and weapon bust

Two people are facing charges after a major drug and weapon bust by Lafayette police.

Doctors are finding new ways to fight against heart disease

New research has changed the way doctors think about cardiovascular health.

Former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz will speak about major policies

Schultz hasn't solidified his name in the 2020 presidential race. But tomorrows speech may give some hints.

New smart meters installed for better energy usage

These new devices can send energy data remotely and say goodbye to monthly usage summaries.

Potholes take over Greater Lafayette roadways

INDOT along with the local street departments have already started taking charge in trying to fix the problem.

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