5 Things You Need to Know this Tuesday morning

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WARMING UP THIS WEEK:
Chuck Lofton says temps will reach 60 degrees later this afternoon, but he's tracking an even warmer trend that will put temps near 70 by Friday afternoon. Watch his forecast here.

BOIL WATER ADVISORY ISSUED FOR CITY OF MUNCIE:
The city of Muncie has issued a Boil Water Alert for all customers using city water until 10 p.m. Tuesday. Ball State University is included in this advisory. All customers should refrain from drinking water until the advisory is lifted. Learn more.

35 SUSPECTED METH DEALERS ARRESTED BY JOHNSON COUNTY DEPUTIES:
Johnson County authorities arrested nearly three dozen suspected meth dealers across Central Indiana following a three-month investigation. Most of those arrested live near the northern and southern borders of Johnson County. More details.

13 INVESTIGATES CELLPHONES AND CANCER: IS THE RISK REAL?
You carry your cellphone with you all the time, and it is constantly transmitting invisible electromagnetic energy. For years, there's been debate about that radiation and whether it can cause cancer. A new study suggests there actually might be a hidden danger. 13 Investigates explains what you need to know about the science — and the easy steps you can take right now to help reduce possible risk. Watch Bob Segall's 13 Investigates report.

KRAVITZ: DURING THE NOVEMBER DOLDRUMS, PURDUE AND VILLANOVA PROVIDE A GLIMPSE OF MARCH BASKETBALL
"This was a loss, sure, but long-term, it's a win for Purdue, and a win for college basketball." Purdue Men's Basketball lost to the defending champion Villanova Basketball 79-76 Monday night, but Bob Kravitz thinks the matchup in a rowdy Mackey Arena should serve notice to college coaches when making their schedules. Read Kravitz's column here.