Hopes Springs is needing help as it continues to provide service to women experiencing domestic violence.
Very windy & colder early next week with some snow showers.
Local business owners are gearing up for Small Business Saturday, and they say shopping local is more important now than ever.
Jon Bon Jovi has even had a hand in the team's account.
A group of Central Catholic students are making strides to ensure our troops and veterans are not forgotten.
Drier weather with still above normal temperatures will occur until very windy, colder weather with some snow showers arrives early next week.
A historic home in Attica now has a new purpose.
Mild weather, then colder with strong winds & snow showers.
Turning colder with flakes ahead early next week.
Two homeless shelters in Lafayette have been locked down due to quarantine protocols, spurring a partnership between several community agencies to create a temporary day shelter.
Colder by early next week with snow flakes!
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After a nice soaking Wednesday, drier conditions return in time for Thanksgiving.
Rain exits, but clouds linger.
Governor Holcomb says the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has made unannounced visits to 1,569 alcohol-permitted businesses, 47 were found not be in compliance with Governor Holcomb's current mask and social distancing orders.
The local syringe service program was extended for two more years after a 2-1 vote Wednesday by Tippecanoe County commissioners.
Showers & a few storms will be followed by tapering showers, drizzle & some fog.
Gov. Eric J. Holcomb, the Indiana State Department of Health and other state leaders will host their media briefing to provide updates on COVID-19 and its impact on Indiana.
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced Wednesday, November 25, that 6,059 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The Tippecanoe County Health Department is announcing that Health Officer Dr. Adler, will be having a bi-weekly press briefing each Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
Natalie's Second Chance is in need of extra volunteers.
Another rainy day is on tap across the region for Wednesday. A few scattered storms will be possible through the late afternoon into the dinner hours.
Rides include a triple loop coaster.
A board member suddenly resigns. His replacement process is not advertised, and the person chosen unexpectedly passes. An unexplained change in timeline for renewing the superintendent's contract. Some in the Carroll community are wondering what is going on with the school board.
Secretary of State Releases 2020 General Election Voter Turnout Report
Wabash College in Crawfordsville has announced it plans to freeze tuition and fees in the 2021-2022 school year.
City of West Lafayette investing in an online tree tracking system to help improve the environment
McCutcheon standout Dravyn Gibbs-Lawhorn transfers to Utah basketball prep school
Rainfall & some storms ahead.
Schools across Tippecanoe County will reopen for in-person instruction next week after moving to remote learning this month as COVID-19 cases and quarantines continued to rise.
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced Tuesday, November 24, that 5,702 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
It's no secret that Thanksgiving is going to look different for many families this year. That's why Lafayette Urban Ministry is reminding people of its Thanksgiving dinner.
Some rain/snow mix this morning with little if any accumulation is expected, primarily on grassy areas. Temperatures will climb in the upper 30’s and lower 40’s by mid-morning, transitioning any wintry mix over into straight rain showers. Break in precipitation for the afternoon with highs in the upper 40’s thanks to the return of southerly winds. Widely scattered rain showers looks to return this evening with more widespread rainfall tomorrow as a storm system overspreads the area moving eastward. A few isolated storms will be possible early Wednesday morning through afternoon. A few of these could be on the stronger side with gusty winds over 50 mph as the main threat. Locally heavy rainfall will also be possible. – Meteorologist Anne Brown
One study found 57 percent have experienced acute stress and 48 percent exhibited depressive symptoms.
How second-generation businesses are feeling the effects of Covid-19 pandemic
The couple is sharing their story of substance abuse and their path to recovery as part of Indiana's 'Know the Facts' campaign, which aims to raise awareness that addiction is a disease, it's treatable and recovery is possible.
Some mix, then rainfall & some storms ahead.
Sct'd mix, then showers & even some storms.
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) announced Monday, November 23, that 5,606 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The new TCHD restriction will start Tuesday, Nov. 24th. White County joins 20 other Indiana counties in the red zone. Meaning Gov. Holcomb's most strict county restriction level now applies in White Co.
Highs today will top out in the mid to lower 40’s as clouds increase this afternoon. A storm system will impact the area after midnight tonight and continuing through Wednesday. Rain chances will increase this evening, eventually mixing with or changing to snow overnight and into the tomorrow morning’s commute. Precipitation will develop west, eventually spreading northeastward with a few periods of snow showers between midnight and 9 AM tomorrow. This could produce a light coating on area roadways, so plan on extra time out the door for Tuesday. Widely scattered rain showers looks to return tomorrow evening will increasing chances for rainfall Wednesday as this system spreads eastward. Dry weather works its way back into the forecast just in time for Thanksgiving. – Meteorologist Anne Brown
The pandemic has grounded the Greater Lafayette Honor Flight this year, but that's not the only problem to come from COVID-19.
Expect a chilly and sunny start to the holiday week, with morning temps at or slightly below freezing in most locations. Highs today will top out in the mid to lower 40’s as clouds increase this afternoon. A storm system will impact the area after midnight tonight and continuing through Wednesday. Rain chances will increase this evening, eventually mixing with or changing to snow overnight and into the tomorrow morning’s commute. Precipitation will develop west, eventually spreading northeastward with a few periods of snow showers between midnight and 9 AM tomorrow. This could produce a light coating on area roadways, so plan on extra time out the door for Tuesday. - Meteorologist Anne Brown
Art Mix Indiana expanding its reach through free virtual art videos for public
Walk By Faith Outreach Church hosts Thanksgiving meal giveaway
Cooler temperatures continue in Sunday's forecast as rain and the first snow of the season for some returns to the region.
Central Catholic's quest to make a second straight Class A state final appearance fell short Friday night.
Some rainfall & cooler weather this weekend.
Lafayette Police Department was called to at least ten suspected overdoses in the span of a few days, from last Friday to Sunday. Three of those people died.
Showers & cooler weather ahead.
Data is updated nightly.
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