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On August 17, 1859 Lafayette, Indiana became the location of the first airmail delivery in the US. John Wise piloted a balloon starting on the lawn of the courthouse, hoping to have it reach New York. Due to bad weather the balloon fell near Crawfordsville, Indiana. Lafayette has been home to notable people such as actress Embeth Davidtz (Matilda, Secret Diary of Bridget Jones), singer Shannon Hoon (Blind Melon), director/producer Sydney Pollack (Leatherheads, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Sabrina) and Guns N' Roses musicians Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin.

Population: 56397
Local Newspapers: Journal and Courier Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Harrison College

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, indiana: 47901 47904 47905 47906 47907 47909
Towns/Cities near lafayette, indiana : West Lafayette Battle Ground Dayton Frankfort Shadeland Crawfordsville

Lafayette News
Rain causes heavy flooding throughout Tippecanoe County

Flooding has also closed an area in the 3200 block of North River Road in West Lafayette. That's near River Bend Hospital.

LongHorn Steakhouse opening soon in Lafayette

Following the grand opening event on the 21st the restaurant will be open for regular business hours beginning the next day at 11:00 a.m. The new LongHorn Steakhouse, located at 4343 South St., seats more than 200 customers and will be open seven days a week. The restaurant's opening will also provide roughly 100 jobs to the Greater Lafayette community.

$5,252,525: United Way hits goal, forward and back

Final day donations push 2017 campaign over United Way's $5.25 million goal. One last-minute donation makes it a total to remember Final day donations push 2017 campaign over United Way's $5.25 million goal.

Police find drugs, guns, syringes in couple's car

Timmothy Flora and Kayla Perkins had their 1-year-old child with them in their car. They also had drugs, guns and syringes, police said.

Acquitted murder suspect arrested in Hobart

Hobart police arrested acquitted murder suspect Darius Printup. As of Wednesday morning, he was still in custody of the Hobart Police Department.

Charges filed against man suspected of gun theft

A man believed to have been involved in a store burglary and the theft of several guns was charged on Monday. According to court documents, in September, police investigated a break-in that occurred at Cash Loans LLC on Sagamore Parkway.

Fire chief resigns one year after fatal Flora fire

Indiana State Police, the lead agency on the Nov. 21 fire, said a series of officials stepping down will have no impact on the ongoing case. FLORA, Ind.

Subaru Ascent Teased, Will Debut November 28 in L.A.

It feels like Subaru revealed the Ascent concept just yesterday , but the production version is already preparing for its debut at the 2017 L.A. auto show later this month. Subaru posted a teaser image to Twitter announcing the three-row crossover's November 28 debut and showing off part of the vehicle's taillight and bumper.

Inmate charged with trafficking heroin

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Kaylee Rae Etter faces five new charges after police said she was found late Sunday or early Monday with heroin and fentanyl at the community corrections center, according to a probable cause affidavit.

McCutcheon's Phinisee signs with Indiana

The standout guard was one of four players to sign with the Hoosiers on Wednesday, which marked the first day of the early signing period, which runs through Nov. 15. Phinisee committed to IU on August 19. He picked the Hoosiers over Purdue, Butler, Ohio State, Xavier, Virginia and Georgetown.

Texas fundraising cooler makes its way through Indiana

Today, it passed through the Lafayette Indiana State Police post. Troopers in Delaware were given the cooler for a fundraiser from Cabellas.

2 charged in multiple Lafayette thefts

Court documents say that on Sept. 18, 2015, at around 4:15 p.m. police investigated a report of a burglary on Price Court in Lafayette.

Greater Lafayette to dedicate new mural on Wednesday

The Tippecanoe Arts Federation and Tippecanoe County Public Art Team has partnered with New York artist Andrei Krautsou, of the design company, Key Detail, to create a new mural in Greater Lafayette. With support from Duke Energy, the Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, and TCPAT, the mural was created on the pylons of the Interstate 65 underpass along North Ninth Street and features an energy theme.

Merit board to discuss LPD officer misconduct

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Members of Lafayette Police Civil Service Commission will decide Thursday if disciplinary action should be taken against an officer.

Sliding wholesale hurts at Subaru

Subaru is on pace for a ninth-straight year of record U.S. retail sales, but sliding wholesale volume is denting the company's profits. Reduced output undercut earnings in the latest quarter amid higher U.S. incentives, expanding inventories, falling demand for cars and rising competition in crossovers.

Bangert: Truce comes up short on cold beer,a

Longtime foes call a truce over Sunday liquor sales and expansion of cold beer. But is it enough for Indiana to finally inch toward a modern system? Expanding cold beer sales and allowing retail sales of alcohol on Sundays are something many Indiana residents have long wanted and an issue that could be gaining traction.

Bangert: Purdue-Kaplan: Senator swipes at Daniels

Sen. Dick Durbin, a for-profit university critic, says Kaplan deal will put Purdue at risk. Mitch Daniels says senator is off base WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.

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