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News Minute: Here is the latest Indiana news from The Associated Press

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - The South Bend Redevelopment Commission will consider a request to take the former College Football Hall of Fame building off the market for six months. The move is aimed to give Ivy Tech Community College time to determine whether to place its culinary program there. The hall closed in November 2012.

MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - Visitors will get at least two chances to touch a moon rock within the next two weeks. The opportunity comes during visits by a free NASA exhibit to Indianapolis and Muncie. The exhibit will visit Ball State on Friday and White River State Park on Saturday. The exhibit includes one of only eight moon rocks that visitors can touch.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A portion of Indiana's U.S. 24 will be named after the longest-serving female representative in state history. The section from U.S. 24 east of New Haven to the Ohio state line is set to be named the "Phyllis J. Pond Memorial Highway." Pond started in the House in 1978 and served for 35 years.

ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) - Opponents of a proposed reservoir along the White River are planning to use this weekend's Earth Day festivals to rally public opposition against the project. The Heart of the River Coalition wants Indiana residents to urge Governor Mike Pence to halt state support of the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir. The reservoir would be created by damming the White River in Anderson.

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