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Injury Wrongful Death 1-800-Call-Ken Phones Answered Just That Easy! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2022 PART OF THE USA TODAY NETWORK the Spirit of the Lord is, there is II COR. 3:17 QEAJAB-53201z Brady out Colts fire offensive coordinator after five seasons with team. 1B Volume 120 No. 115 Home delivery pricing inside Subscribe 888-357-7827 $3.49 Weather High Low Mild. Forecast, 14B South Korea officials admit responsibility in deadly crowd surge.

6A 2021 PULITZER PRIZE WINNERDAILY DISCOUNTS SAVINGS PAGE 2A PA HIC DE Contractor Ohio Registration NJ HIC Cabinet Refacing in as little as 3-5 days! Save Time, Save Even More Money! We Make It Easy to Transform Your Kitchen Update your kitchen for a fraction of the time and cost of a tradi- tional remodel, in as little as 3 days! 317-296-6742 The North Split reconstruction project is running behind schedule due to material and labor shortages plaguing the construction industry. The original deadline was to open the entire in- terchange to by the end of 2022, with some aesthetic work continuing into 2023. But this happen unless market conditions improve, the Indi- ana Department of Transportation said this week. The department says it will open segments as they get done, which could bleed into 2023, though it still hopes to meet its year-end goal. All bridge demolition is complete, and the foun- dational beams have been laid for the new bridges.

Much of the remaining work involves building and paving new bridge decks. INDOT will open up por- tions of the project incrementally as they up, a North Split behind due to multiple shortages Lack of material, labor plaguing area, construction industry Kayla Dwyer Indianapolis Star USA TODAY NETWORK See NORTH SPLIT, Page 4A Whether or not winter temperatures in Indiana will be warmer or colder than average could be a toss-up, according to predictions by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. But precipitation across the state is expected to be slightly above average this winter. Indianapolis and the state of Indiana fall into a re- gion leaning for precipitation during the time frame of December 2022 to February 2023. There is a chance that the northern part of the state will experience above average precipitation while the southern area also is projected to have wet- ter conditions although slightly lower chances, ac- cording to NOAA maps.

WINTER WEATHER Predictions for Indiana during 2022-23 season Rachel Fradette Indianapolis Star USA TODAY NETWORK See WEATHER, Page 4A Richard Allen, 50, was the guy who worked at CVS. He played pool at the now-closed Bar and Grill. He was nice enough, not overly outgoing. In the small community of Delphi, Indiana, that was about it, until this weekend. shocked the hell out of 74-year-old Tom Brow- er recalled while having a beer in the Tavern Main Street.

This face of the man who he de- scribed as helpful and courteous, popping up as a mug shot on the news. red Brower said. freaked agreed 68-year-old Mac McLeland, sit- ting next to Brower. Neither had known name. But CVS is the only pharmacy in the city of 3,000, so plenty recognized Al- face when state police announced he is a suspect in the 2017 killings of teens Abigail Williams and Lib- erty German.

The girls went for a hike on Delphi Historic Trails on a warm February afternoon, and their bodies were found in the woods nearby the next day. Five and a half years later, Allen has been charged with two counts of murder in the DELPHI TEENS SLAYING Suspect had led unassuming life The Delphi town center announcement, at right, was looking for the 2017 killer of Abigail Williams and Liberty German on Monday. Richard M. Allen was arrested and charged with the crimes. ROBERT Sarah Nelson and Kayla Dwyer Indianapolis Star USA TODAY NETWORK See SUSPECT, Page 3A Allen played pool at the now-closed Bar and Grill Inside in plain Libby grandparents react to charges.


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