Courts closed in southern Indiana due to weather

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Severe weather and emergency travel restrictions have closed several federal courts in southern Indiana.

The Evansville and New Albany offices of the U.S. District and Bankruptcy courts for the Southern District of Indiana are closed Thursday. The Clark County Government Building, which houses the Circuit courts, is also closed.

As of 9 a.m., Floyd, Harrison and Crawford counties were under travel warnings, meaning people should refrain from all travel. Vanderburgh County was under a travel advisory.

Many counties in southern Indiana are under travel watches, meaning travel should be limited to work, school or other essential travel. Counties near the Kentucky border are projected to get anywhere from four to 12 inches of snow through Thursday morning.  


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