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LAFAYETTE — The end of summer can only mean one thing, school is back in session. School buses will be back on the road and troopers with the Indiana State Police Lafayette Post will be hitting the roads to watch for stop arm violations. High visibility enforcement will be used to encourage …

WEST LAFAYETTE – In its inaugural call to action, Purdue Engineering’s Cislunar Initiative took a giant leap forward in advancing humankind’s presence in space and the development of the economy in the “cislunar region,” the orbital area encompassing the Earth and moon.

WEST LAFAYETTE – Ah, the joys of living out in the country: the quiet, the space and the peacefulness. Then there’s the internet connection, which can go from bad to worse quickly in many rural areas.

LAFAYETTE — The Indiana State Police Lafayette Post is joining about 230 law-enforcement agencies across Indiana and thousands nationwide in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over mobilization. From mid-August through Labor Day, police will be working overtime to arrest impaired drivers. Expect …

LAFAYETTE — Food Finders Food Bank announced last week a $4,000 grant from The Darden Foundation to help provide hunger-relief to North Central Indiana families. The funds will be used to support the operating costs of Food Finders’ Food Resource & Education Center (FREC). The FREC house…

WEST LAFAYETTE – Farmers have spent much of 2019 dealing with the challenges that come with an unprecedented wet spring, navigating fluctuating markets, learning about new production alternatives, and adapting to new technologies. These and other issues will be addressed on Sept. 5 at Purdue…

LAFAYETTE — Junior Achievement of Greater Lafayette will be hosting its first Designer Purse Bingo, taking place on Thursday, August 22 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. in the BizTown space brought to you by Art of Framing!

LAFAYETTE — On August 2, 2019 there was a confirmed case of Hepatitis A in the Tippecanoe County Jail. The Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Department was notified on August 2 and immediately notified the Tippecanoe County Health Department.

There’s nature to be had for all sorts of sleeping habits. For the early risers, there is bird watching. For the late sleepers, there is mid-day butterfly watching. And for the night owls, there are moths.

WEST LAFAYETTE – Plant breeders could theoretically increase soybean crop yields if they could control the number of nodules on plant roots since they are responsible for fixing atmospheric nitrogen. Increased crop yield is key to feeding a global population expected to surpass 9 billion peo…

LAFAYETTE – Lafayette Parks and Recreation will be hosting its last Art in the Park event of the summer on Tuesday, August 6th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Themed as “Carnival Night,” the event will take place at Armstrong Park and will feature live entertainment from the Cincinnati Circus.

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LAFAYETTE — Hundreds of nominations are evaluated each year, but just four are chosen to represent their regions as BrightStar Care Nurse of the Year and one takes home the prize for National winner. This year Brandi Lovvorn was selected as 2019 National Nurse of the Year.

TIPPECANOE COUNTY — A new coalition has been formed between Tippecanoe County and West Lafayette to assist citizens, businesses, and local government with ADA accessibility and compliance issues within the Greater Lafayette area of Tippecanoe County. The Accessibility Coalition of Tippecanoe…

WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue will soon roll out new identification cards for faculty, staff and students, featuring added technology and a new design. The student version of the IDs also will include an expiration date for the first time in Purdue history.

WEST LAFAYETTE — To create a sustainable presence beyond Earth, humans need to further expand into the region encompassing Earth and the moon, called “cislunar space.” That takes building an infrastructure that opens up economic expansion, just as the interstate highway system spurred econom…

U.S. Route 36 extends for more than 200 miles through the midsection of Colorado. In the center of the state, it's better known as the Denver-Boulder Turnpike, providing scenic views of the Flatirons to the northwest and downtown Denver to the southeast. Given the potentially groundbreaking research underway at each end, a more appropriate moniker for the turnpike might be Head Trauma Highway. ...

NEW YORK - Mikhail Prokhorov arrived like a James Bond villain, a swashbuckler straight out of a private jet, ready to deliver grand proclamations, spend big money and needle James Dolan. (He once called the Knicks owner, "Little man.") For the first few years of his ownership, Prokhorov was present and fun. He hung a billboard of himself and Jay-Z over Dolan's MSG reading "The Blueprint for ...

In 2017, the NCAA said it wanted to limit "repetitive head impact exposure" by football players during the preseason because of a possible link between those blows and concussions. It prohibited two-a-day practices while adding additional practice days. To track the effects of the rule changes, the NCAA initiated a study in which it measured the head impact sustained during preseason practices ...

LOS ANGELES - He wouldn't be here now if just one thing didn't go so terribly wrong. His single mother's back troubles that required five surgeries and forced him to drop out of high school to get a job installing utility pipes. His suspension from Australian rules football for ordering a fat-burning product that contained traces of a banned substance. His college teammate dying from ...