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Headlines: Feb. 11, 2016

Proposed CAFO rules draw a crowd in Columbus and the Hoosiers face the Hawkeyes tonight at Assembly Hall.

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Supreme Court To Hear Appeal In Sallee Murder Case

Samuel Sallee was convicted in the May 2013 killings of three men and a woman in Waynesville.

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Police Find Skimming Device During I-69 Traffic Stop

Skimmers are small devices attached to credit card machines on gas pumps. Two were recently found on gas pumps in Bloomington.

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Noon Edition: Water Quality

This week on Noon Edition, we'll talk about water problems. What is safe drinking water? How does good water turn bad?

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Two Cases Of Mumps Confirmed At IU Bloomington

The university has reached out to students, faculty and staff to warn them about the potential spread of the virus.

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Police Body Camera Bill Likely To See Changes In Senate

The bill was passed in the House, but is likely to change before heading to the Senate floor for a vote.

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Supreme Court Grants Immediate Stay On Clean Power Plan

With the United States Supreme Court granting a stay on the Clean Power Plan, groups on both sides of the aisle are planning for a long battle ahead.

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Indy Suspends Plans For Covanta Facility

The announcement comes hours before the Indiana Court of Appeals was expected to consider a lawsuit challenging the disputed single-stream recycling center.

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Democrats Say Candidate For Senate Two Signatures Short

Senate candidates need 500 signatures from registered voters in each congressional district in order to appear on the primary ballot.

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Indiana Doctors Researching Treatments For Heart Defects

About one in 110 babies born in Indiana will deal with some sort of heart defect.

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