Produce manager Nate Codina holds a cut Rocky Ford cantaloupes at a Denver Kings Soopers market on Friday, July 13, 2012. Colorado cantaloupes are back in supermarkets Friday, and growers of the Rocky Ford melons are going on the offensive to restore the fruit's reputation a year after Colorado melons caused a deadly nationwide listeria outbreak. Farmers have banded together to trademark the melons and fund a new tracking system to prevent future outbreaks. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
INDIANNA (WKYT) - Tonight we have new information in a salmonella outbreak we've been tracking for two weeks now.
The CDC now says 26 more people have become sick--bringing the total to 204.
Investigators say this strain of salmonella came from a cantaloupe farm in Owensville, Indiana.
People in 22 states have become sick.
Two people in Kentucky died.