Starship Technologies’ food-delivery robots will temporarily roam city streets after a Tuesday approval from the Board of Works to suspend a ban prohibiting motorized vehicles on sidewalks. Read more

Agricultural economics professor Wallace "Wally" Tyner recently died, according to tweets from Purdue President Mitch Daniels and fellow professor Jayson Lusk. Read more

A 22-year-old resident of Brown Street apartments near the Levee shopping center in West Lafayette has been arrested and charged with several felonies after undercover police say they bought heroin from him on four occasions. Read more

A power outage early Wednesday morning meant some students found themselves studying in rooms across campus without light, as the University worked to restore power to places where students may be taking exams. Read more

Twenty-year-old Keaton Ferverda was arrested for alleged possession of a narcotic drug over 10 grams, possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia and attempted dealing of a narcotic drug on late Tuesday night at the 1200 block of Third Street. Read more

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After a contentious decision by the Board of Trustees Oct. 10, Purdue students, faculty, staff and independent contractors are now banned from betting on any Boilermaker sports events, players or contests.

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A new center at Purdue will be named in honor of Purdue alumnus Ray Ewry, who held the most total gold medals in the Olympics for 100 years until 2008, despite later contracting polio.

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A Purdue professor and his wife pleaded guilty Friday to wire fraud in connection with accusations that they misused National Science Foundation funds meant to finance research.

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