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Topics covered include: The family of a missing Vincennes woman is asking for the public’s help in locating her; a Ridgway man has entered a guilty plea to a federal marijuana count; a California man busted in Wayne County is charged in federal court with weapons and meth violations.

MISSING PERSON REPORT: Family searching for missing Vincennes woman

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A Vincennes woman is missing and her family is asking for help in locating her.

WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR DISCLOSURE’S COVERAGE AREA LOOKS ROUGH

Screencap of impending weather front moving in to the Missouri bootheel; will be in Illinois shortly, this capped at shortly after 1 p.m.

Here’s the weather coming up for our entire readership area, from southeastern Missouri, across Illinois, and into southwestern Indiana and western Kentucky; it looks rough, so take appropriate precautions.

First Annual Southern Indiana Outdoor Festival to Take Place in Sullivan County, October 18th

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To help celebrate all the county has to offer, the Tourism Commission of Sullivan County is introducing the first annual Southern Indiana Outdoor Festival.

Indiana State Trooper Brian Hamilton Sued For Handing Out Religious Lit At Traffic Stop

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Hamilton gave her a warning ticket for speeding and he threw in something else: a religious pamphlet asking her to acknowledge she was a sinner.

It can be dangerous being a part-time carny. This Eldorado guy found this out.

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One of our lead stories in this current (October 2014) edition has to do with the hazards that come with traveling carnivals at this time of year.

OPPOSING OBAMA’S APPEARANCE IN EVANSVILLE, INDIANA

Go for it. Freedom of Speech and all. From 14 News' Facebook page.

There are some people in Indiana who are exercising their First Amendment right of free speech, and freedom to redress government and its figureheads…and they’re out on Highway 41 in the Evansville area.

Knox County officials gather to discuss bullying

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Knox County law enforcement officials, representatives from Knox County schools and the community came together Wednesday to discuss the ongoing issue with bullying.

Carnies injure local man in Indiana fight

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GIBSON CO., Ind./SALINE CO., Ill,—An incident in Princeton, Indiana involving two men from Eldorado is currently under investigation by Gibson County, and Princeton, Ind. authorities.

Indiana Goes After Sham Veterans Charities

Image Credits: yummy-porky, Flickr

Three groups that claim to be charities for veterans keep the money they raise, Indiana’s attorney general claims in court.

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