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Gas leak prompts Ball State stadium evacuation
A natural gas leak from a damaged line has caused officials to evacuate Ball State University's football stadium and football training complex.
BP says NW Ind. refinery construction completed
Oil company BP says it has completed construction work on a $4.2 billion expansion and upgrade of its northwestern Indiana refinery.
Nearly 300 storm damage reports in Lafayette area
Authorities have compiled nearly 300 reports of damage from last month's storms in the Lafayette area.
IU optometrists expanding sports concussion study
A $429,000 federal grant will allow Indiana University to expand research to detect sports-related concussions to more sports.
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