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HIV Outbreak: Scott County confirms 120 HIV Cases

HIV Outbreak: Scott County confirms 120 HIV Cases

Recently, Indiana governor Mike Pence started a short-term needle exchange program. According to a statement released by state health officials on Friday, HIV outbreak in Indiana's Scott County has seen a significant rise.

As per the Indiana State Department of Health, Scott County now has 120 confirmed HIV cases. In addition, the county has 10 preliminary positive cases. Last week, the county had 106 confirmed cases of HIV.

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More Number of Stink Bugs making way into Central Indiana homes

More Number of Stink Bugs making way into Central Indiana homes

A rise has been witnessed in the number of stink bugs making their way into Central Indiana homes. As per experts, the increase can be owed to temperatures that have dropped earlier than normal.

As per researchers from Purdue Extension, stink bugs, which have hard, flat shells and white marks on their antenna and bodies, are from Asia. But they are being seen in Indiana for past four years.

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ITR Concession Co. wants to sell Indiana Toll Road Lease

ITR Concession Co. wants to sell Indiana Toll Road Lease

According to critics of privatization of the Indiana Toll Road, operator of the road's decision to file for bankruptcy could lead to a problem where less money will be spent on the toll road that runs for 156.28 miles.

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