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The death toll in southern Indiana from Friday's tornado outbreak has been lowered to 12 from the previous count of 14.
Efforts are being made to get life back to normal in western Ripley County.
The tornado that claimed two lives and injured six other people in Holton was packing winds up to 140 MPH, the National Weather Service said Saturday.
Here is the latest information on the state and local response to deadly tornadoes which claimed 14 lives in Indiana, including two in Ripley County.
U.S. 50 in Holton - the town decimated by a suspected tornado on Friday - will be closed to most traffic on Saturday, Indiana State Police said.
The worst and deadliest storm cell to hit the tri-state in years has claimed several lives across the region. Two fatalities confirmed in Ripley County, with several more injured.
Many people from around the tri-state have been wondering how to help victims of Friday's tornado outbreak.
A line of strong storms packing a serious punch blew through the tri-state Friday afternoon and early evening.
The assistant principal at East Central High School has been fired, with school district officials citing his inability to effectively discipline students. UPDATE: The principal's attorney is weighing in on the firing.