This and that: A two-hour delay edition
Fresh off Supreme Court ruling, judge denies effort to block evidence in Delphi murder case. Purdue pushes back on faculty vote against hiring ex-World Bank president. The return of a puppy mill bill
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Welcome to a two-hour delay edition of Based in Lafayette. You know the roads were bad, Slick, when Purdue cancels early classes. (And when the three school districts in Tippecanoe County go from two-hour delays to full-blown snow/ice days.)
JUDGE GETS BACK TO WORK ON DELPHI CASE
Days after the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that Judge Fran Gull would stay on to preside over the murder trial of Richard Allen – and that Allen’s initial defense team was reinstated to the case in Carroll County – the judge on Monday issued a ruling on several matters that had been outstanding.