FDA Names Ind. Farm Tied To Contaminated Melons

OWENSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration is recalling cantaloupe from an Indiana farm it believes are linked to a salmonella outbreak.
At least 178 in 21 states have become ill and two people have died.
Government officials say Chamberlain Farms earlier had agreed to take its cantaloupe off the market, but a formal FDA recall will make more consumers aware.