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Police ID man pulled from river

Police have identified a man who was killed after jumping from a bridge on Granby Street Sunday. Norfolk police divers recovered 21-year-old Joseph Patrick Callahan's body from the Lafayette River. Full story

Lafayette man apparently drowns in Lake Michigan

A Lafayette man has died after being caught in high Lake Michigan surf at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Full story

Bridging the Language Barrier at Lafayette High School

70 percent of the student population at the troubled high school speak English as a second language or not at all. Full story

Lafayette removes hoops at Columbian Park amid crime concerns

It's not unusual wherever you go in Indiana to see someone putting up a basketball hoop. You hardly ever see one getting taken down, but that is exactly what the city of Lafayette had to do in Columbian Park. Full story

Family holding out hope as search for missing schooner continues

Family members of Danielle Wright say they aren't giving up on the University of Louisiana-Lafayette student six weeks after she and six others vanished off the coast of New Zealand. Full story

Church Group Provides Random Acts of Kindness in W-B

Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County -- It's probably the last thing drivers expected when they pulled up Friday morning to parking meters in downtown Wilkes-Barre -- somebody waiting to pay the parking fee for them. "It surprised me really. I mean it's shocking really. I mean I come down all of the time an Full story

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Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012, in Lafayette, Co Kevin Kisich and his son Sukhothai, 10, review the day's math homework.Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008. Now he builds furniture and barely makes $20K per year. For the "Down the Ladder" series

Kevin Kisich, who was a research scientist, now builds furniture in Lafayette, Colo.
Kevin Kisich, who was a research scientist, now builds furniture in Lafayette, Colo.

Kevin Kisich, who was a research scientist, now builds furniture in Lafayette, Colo.

Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008.
Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008.

Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012, in Lafayette, Co Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008. Now he builds furniture and barely makes $20K per year.

Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008. Now he builds furniture and barely makes $20K per year.
Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008. Now he builds furniture and barely makes $20K per year.

Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012, in Lafayette, Co Kevin Kisich was a research scientists for twenty years until his funding ran out in 2008. Now he builds furniture and barely makes $20K per year. For the "Down the Ladder" series