In national news...
We have a new Super Bowl champion! The Baltimore Ravens led 28 to 6 before half the lights in the Superdome went out. And once the power was restored, the San Francisco 49ers made a HUGE comeback . . . but fell just short and lost 34 to 31.
The Super Bowl game had to stop yesterday because of a power outage. Parts of the Superdome went dark and lead to a 34-minute delay. Philip Allison, a spokesman for Energy New Orleans, said the outage appeared to originate in a failure of equipment maintained by stadium staff.
In local news...
The Linton Police Department has planned to lockdown the Linton schools today. Police are not giving specifics but they say that there will be an increase in police presence at the school.
Terre Haute's only Catholic high school says it's staying open despite a previous reports. The board at the John Paul the Second Catholic High School has been reorganized. Plus, the school has received donations in the last few weeks.The new board says they have enough money to finish this school year, plus begin next year.
So far there is only one closure due to the weather. New Hebron Christian will be closing Early - 11:45 AM. For the latest in school closures go to our website at mymixfm.com.
In odd news...
According to a new study, you can tell a lot about a person’s mental health from their behavior on Facebook. In the study, people who censored a large portion of their Timelines were found to exhibit signs of paranoia, while those who posted fewer photos and interacted less with their Facebook friends were found to show signs of social withdrawal and “strange beliefs.
Saturday was Groundhog Day, and Punxsutawney Phil did NOT see his shadow, which means an EARLY SPRING. Unfortunately, he's only accurate about 39% of the time.