A Tippecanoe County judge ruled Friday morning that an allegedly mentally unstable defendant’s seized firearms will remain with the police department that obtained them.
Hotbox Pizza plans to relocate to the Hi Vine Apartments complex over the summer, according to owner Gabe Connell.
The West Lafayette police have announced that one of its dogs has died.
Students, teachers and parents held a walk-in Tuesday morning at West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School in support of thousands of teachers participating in the "Red for Ed" protests across Indiana.
Thousands of teachers and advocates will head to Indianapolis in droves this week to demand legislative measures that increase support for the public school system.
Critics of this year’s municipal election process attended Friday’s Tippecanoe County Election Board meeting to express concerns over the accuracy of the electronic voting method and how some election day polling locations were unable to operate efficiently.
Students who participated in a discussion with Purdue President Mitch Daniels after a Purdue Student Government meeting Wednesday expressed hurt and condemnation for a remark Daniels made about an African American scholar.
A lucky student on Thursday knew he is the recipient of the 1,000th contract to receive funding from the “Back a Boiler - Income Share Agreement Fund” but was surprised to learn that what he was anticipating to pay back to the program after graduation would then be cut by 50%.
Although the College of Education at Purdue University has the second-lowest undergraduate enrollment rate, staff from the college hope new programs and offerings will draw students in.
One recent way email scammers have tried stealing people's personal information is by pretending to offer possible job openings to recipients, according to a Purdue News press release.
After Purdue President Mitch Daniels left the PSG senate meeting Wednesday, several students engaged him in an approximately 30-minute discussion about issues with diversity on campus in the hallway of Pfendler Hall.
A scene in the 2011 film “Moneyball” shows Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane and assistant general manager Paul DePodesta — Peter Brand in the film — fighting with their scouts on which players to recruit out of free agency. Beane argues that, instead of replacing three star play…
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- Column: A eulogy for 'Hail Fire'
- Students confront Daniels on diversity efforts
- Hotbox to relocate to Hi Vine building
- Twitter calls out Daniels for remarks made Wednesday night
- West Lafayette schools host local walk-in to support Indiana teachers
- Changed rankings elicit questions about campus safety
- Lafayette resident grows produce without soil for community
- PGSG deliberates racism, HR, Purdue’s response to CVS
- Students, teachers and parents attend walk-in to support Red for Ed