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Past articles by Susan:

Shoe Carnival set to add stores in smaller markets

Evansville-based Shoe Carnival says it's going to start adding some smaller stores in markets it has traditionally deemed as too small. → Read More

Red Cross adds Zika question to donor screening process

Following guidance issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the American Red Cross has begun asking about the Zika virus as part of its blood donor screening process. → Read More

Evansville hospitals helping Vincennes build its trauma program

With help from both St. Mary's and Deaconess, Good Samaritan in Vincennes hopes soon to become the third verified trauma center in Southwestern Indiana. → Read More

CEO says post-acquisition OneMain is performing well

With one fiscal quarter complete since its acquisition of OneMain, the company formerly known as Springleaf says it's pleased with its financial performance so far. → Read More

Accuride made production, staff cuts in response to ‘challenging’ 1Q

Evansville-based Accuride says it reduced production and eliminated some corporate jobs last quarter, though most of these cuts were outside the Tri-State. → Read More

Event will help entrepreneurs ‘SCORE’ free resources

A networking event Tuesday will give local entrepreneurs a chance to learn about free business resources. → Read More

Development group signs Regional Cities contract

With the stroke of a pen on Friday, Southwestern Indiana officials put the area closer to accessing $42 in Regional Cities money. → Read More

Area Plan Commission mulls subdivision changes

The Area Plan Commission plans to consider whether local subdivision approval procedures need some changes. → Read More

St. Mary’s to start work on North Side medical facility

St. Mary's hopes a new North Side facility can help it attract patients from that part of town. → Read More

Tropicana Evansville posts revenue, admissions gains

Tropicana Evansville saw year-over-year increases in both its gambling revenue and its visitation last month, beating state averages. → Read More

Meijer store to open May 19

Meijer will open its Evansville supercenter on May 19, company officials said in a news release Thursday morning. → Read More

Accuride stock back in compliance with NYSE price rule

Evansville-based Accuride says its stock price has risen high enough to put it back in compliance with NYSE rules. → Read More

Meijer to open long-awaited Evansville store next month

After years in the works, Meijer will finally open its Evansville store next month. → Read More

Judge: One part of a two-part lawsuit against Vectren can move forward

One part of a two-part civil suit against Vectren can move forward, a federal judge says. → Read More

Unemployment rates rise in most of SW Indiana

Most counties in Southwestern Indiana saw their unemployment rates go up last month, according to newly released state numbers. → Read More

Vectren, Local 702 members agree on employment contract

Vectren says it has reached agreement on a new labor contract with 300 of its union employees. → Read More

Alcoa Warrick site to get a new name

By the end of this year, Alcoa Warrick Operations will have a new name: Arconic. → Read More

Alcoa: Layoff numbers will be less than previously announced

Alcoa says it won't have to lay off as many employees as previously annoucned when its smelter operation shuts down. → Read More

Old National lands again on 'Most Ethical Companies' list

Evansville-based Old National Bank has again been named to the Ethisphere Institute's list of World's Most Ethical Companies.This marks Old National's fifth consecutive year on the list. → Read More

Women’s Hospital to adopt new method for identifying newborns

The Women's Hospital is among the first in the country to adopt a new system for identifying newborns. → Read More