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About: Lafayette, Indiana

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, IN: 47901, 47904, 47905, 47906, 47907, 47909.
Towns/Cities near Lafayette, IN : West Lafayette, Battle Ground, Dayton, Frankfort, Shadeland, Crawfordsville.

  • One person was sent to the hospital after a 3-car crash on Creasy Lane Monday afternoon.
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:05:23 AM

    Lafayette police say it happened at 3:40 p.m. on the 200 block of Creasy Lane when a southbound driver did not stop at the stoplight. Two cars that were leaving the Lafayette Pavilions parking lot had already entered the intersection and the southbound driver hit them both.

  • Did you read about douchebags, Sleater-Kinney, and Lorde?
    Monday, October 20, 2014 9:02:39 PM

    The bodies of three more women , apparent homicide victims, were found in Gary this morning, bringing the total found in Gary and Hammond since Friday to seven? - Mike Sula Greg Hinz on the Sun-Times 's benching of reporter Dave McKinney after the Rauner campaign complained about one of his stories? - Steve Bogira About "the great Chicago migration myth" -the "completely untrue" assumption that former public-housing residents from the city have caused a spike in crime in places like Lafayette, Indiana? - Mick Dumke About the archaeological findings in Russia that show the grocery list to date back to, oh, 1280 or so? - Kate Schmidt That a San Francisco radio station is banning Lorde's "Royals" until the end of the World Series? - Molly Raskin

  • Editor's notes: Piercing the Great Chicago Myth
    Saturday, October 18, 2014 4:53:59 AM

    Editor's notes: Piercing the Great Chicago Myth It's important that we confront the belief that blacks moved here from Chicago's projects Check out this story on I had been in Lafayette for about a week when I first heard of the "Great Chicago Myth" - the widely held belief in this community that Chicago public housing officials emptied out the city's notorious housing projects more than a decade ago and handed all the former residents one-way bus tickets to Lafayette. Having worked for a quarter-century as a reporter and editor at the Chicago Tribune, I immediately doubted that the story could be true and dismissed it as a fantasy of the local merchant who was relating it to me.

  • Fewer same-sex couples rushing to courthouse
    Saturday, October 18, 2014 1:08:50 AM

    Since the Supreme Court refused to hear Indiana's case on the same-sex marriage ban earlier this month, only 12 same-sex marriage licenses have been issued in Tippecanoe County. That compares to 33 that were issued in just two days back in June.

  • Fugitive Search: Justin Morinskey
    Friday, October 17, 2014 1:20:19 PM

    Morinskey is wanted on two separate warrants. The charges include burglary, theft, and operating a vehicle after being adjudged a habitual traffic offender.

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