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Bicknell Woman Arrested for Meth Dealing

A Bicknell woman was arrested Friday on drug dealing charges. Bicknell Police charged 32 year-old Penny Cutsinger with possession of methamphetamine. She was also charged with dealing in meth.

Lawrenceville Man Arrested for Drug Possession

Lawrence County (Ill.) authorities arrested a Lawrenceville man Friday on drug possession charges. Sheriff’s deputies charged 65 year-old Larry Tewell with unlawful possession of

Washington Woman Arrested for Drug Possession

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Washington woman Friday for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Theft.
40-year-old Kristie Smith was released from the Daviess

Local Sports

Alices Win, Warriors Lose

The Vincennes Lincoln Alices opened up Big Eight conference play with a 20-8 win over host Boonville. The Alices, thanks to a quarterback sneak by Grant Oexmann and a 76 yard scoring bomb from

Week 2 of IHSAA Football Set for Tonight

Indiana High School Football Teams Will Tee It Up For Week Number Two Of The Season Tonight.
The Vincennes Lincoln Alices Hit The Road As They Travel To Boonville To Take On

RSS Business News

  • Wall Street slips in wake of comments by top Fed officials August 27, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended modestly lower after a volatile session on Friday, having bounced between gains and losses as investors wrestled with the likely timing of a U.S. interest rate hike following comments from top Federal Reserve officials.
  • Sycamore Partners, liquidators bid on bankrupt U.S. teen retailer Aeropostale August 26, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bankrupt U.S. teen retailer Aeropostale Inc received bids this week for its business from private equity firm Sycamore Partners, as well as liquidators, firms that wind down businesses, according to people familiar with the matter.
  • St. Jude says report by short sellers 'false and misleading' August 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - Medical device manufacturer St. Jude Medical Inc said on Friday a report by short-selling firm Muddy Waters and a cyber-security researcher alleging its heart devices were riddled with bugs was "false and misleading."
  • Caesars must face $11 billion in lawsuits: U.S. judge August 26, 2016
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Caesars Entertainment Corp must face lawsuits from bondholders seeking some $11 billion in claims, a U.S. judge ruled on Friday in a decision the casino company had warned could plunge it into bankruptcy alongside its operating unit.
  • Icahn denies attempt to sell Herbalife stock, buys more shares August 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - Carl Icahn said he did not attempt to sell his Herbalife Ltd stake, and had instead bought more shares in the health supplements maker, rejecting hedge fund manager Bill Ackman's claim that he had been offered some of Icahn's shares.
  • Uber wins halt to N.Y. price-fixing lawsuit during appeal August 26, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday granted a request by Uber Technologies Inc and its chief executive officer to put a passenger's price-fixing lawsuit against them on hold, while they appeal his refusal to let them arbitrate the dispute.
  • Fed's Yellen sees stronger case for interest rate hike August 26, 2016
    JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve is getting closer to raising interest rates again, the head of the U.S. central bankand other policymakers said on Friday in comments that left the door open for a hike as early as next month.
  • Redstone granddaughter agrees to case dismissal, helps broader deal August 26, 2016
    CANTON, Mass. (Reuters) - The granddaughter of Viacom Inc's controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone has agreed to let a Massachusetts court dismiss claims brought by former company leaders, a step that will help end a battle over the fate of the media empire.
  • Alstom says wins $2 billion U.S. train deal August 26, 2016
    PARIS (Reuters) - French transport group Alstom said on Friday it had signed a 1.8 billion euro ($2 billion) deal to design and build 28 new high-speed trains for U.S. rail operator Amtrak.
  • For the Fed's Yellen 'conventional' unconventional policy is enough August 26, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For all the talk of a radical shift in central banking policy, from the permanent use of negative rates to helicopter money drops, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen appears to believe she can tackle any future downturn using the tools currently at her disposal.

RSS Health News

  • FDA recommends Zika testing for all blood donated in U.S. August 27, 2016
    CHICAGO/TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended on Friday that all blood donated in the United States and its territories be tested for Zika virus, as it moves to prevent transmission of the virus through the blood supply.
  • Hong Kong's first Zika case tests negative August 27, 2016
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's first Zika patient tested negative for the virus on Friday and was discharged from hospital, the government said in a statement.
  • U.S. judge will not block California school vaccination law August 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday refused to block a California law tightening vaccination requirements for schoolchildren in the state.
  • St. Jude says report by short sellers 'false and misleading' August 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - Medical device manufacturer St. Jude Medical Inc said on Friday a report by short-selling firm Muddy Waters and a cyber-security researcher alleging its heart devices were riddled with bugs was "false and misleading."
  • Self-injury is a 'major killer' in U.S August 26, 2016
    (Reuters Health) - When deaths from substance abuse are counted as self-inflicted, then deaths from self-injury in the U.S. are tied with deaths attributed to diabetes and outnumber those from flu and pneumonia or kidney disease, new research suggests.