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- McMillan named new chair of Knox Co. school board
- Blounty County welcomes Luke Bryan
- Hundreds welcome veterans home from Honor Air…
- MAP: East TN fall festivities guide
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Gov. Haslam announces $28M in community grantsGov. Haslam announces $28M in community grantsHaslam announces $28 Million in community grants
- Lenoir City - Loudon
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More Ebola cases in USA likely, health experts sayMore Ebola cases in USA likely, health experts sayTravelers leaving affected countries are screened, but symptoms might not be apparent yet.
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2 men arrested for pool supply store theft2 men arrested for pool supply store theftKentucky State Police have arrested two men for stealing from a pool supply store.
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EMS service leaves Knoxville, MorristownEMS service leaves Knoxville, MorristownFirst Call Ambulance Service, which is based out of Nashville, has closed its Knoxville and Morristown locations.
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Where the jobs are: The new blue collarWhere the jobs are: The new blue collarMore than 2.5 million good-paying jobs will be created in the next few years. Will workers know how to get them?
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iPhone & Android essentials at lowest price this yeariPhone & Android essentials at lowest price this yearThe single best deal day this year for iPhone and Android essentials.
- Personal Finance
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Bean Station pharmacy shooter pleas, gets life in prisonBean Station pharmacy shooter pleas, gets life in prisonThe man charged with killing two men and injuring two others during a pharmacy robbery has made a plea deal
- Hamblen - Jefferson - Cocke - Greene
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First case of enterovirus confirmed in Tenn.First case of enterovirus confirmed in Tenn.Tennessee now has its first confirmed case of enterovirus D68, a virus that's made hundreds of children sick across the country.
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Tennessee's charter movement ranked ninth out of 26 statesTennessee's charter movement ranked ninth out of 26 statesThe National Alliance for Public Charter Schools on Wednesday named Tennessee ninth in the nation when it comes to the "health" of its charter school movement in a newly released report.
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Watt's Bar new nuclear reactor passes major testWatt's Bar new nuclear reactor passes major testCrews assembled the core of the reactor and put it through a test called a "primary cold hydro" to make sure it can hold pressure safely, even if it rises above normal levels.
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Another warm & dry day Thursday ... t-showers by FridayAnother warm & dry day Thursday ... t-showers by FridayAnother warm and dry day returns on Thursday, with showers & storms expected Friday as a strong cold front sweeps in.
- Local Forecast
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USDA drops rabies vaccine baits for raccoonsUSDA drops rabies vaccine baits for raccoonsU.S. health officials are getting creative to vaccinate raccoon against rabies throughout Tennessee.
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Knox health officials reiterate: Don't worry about ebolaKnox health officials reiterate: Don't worry about ebolaEbola is transmitted through direct contact with a sick person's bodily fluids, so patients typically pass it to family members and caregivers
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Convicted sex offender arrested for being at a school, selling gunsConvicted sex offender arrested for being at a school, selling gunsThe Knox County Sheriff's Office arrested Wilbur Eugene Grodeman, 74, this week for being on school property and for being in possession of firearms.
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Pair charged with dragging dog from moving carPair charged with dragging dog from moving carJohn Brooks was driving the car. His passenger, Cyrstal Ledford, told the officer she had tied the dog's leash to the gear shift.
- Hamblen - Jefferson - Cocke - Greene
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Rapper Lil Jon: A Vol fan or what?Rapper Lil Jon: A Vol fan or what?Rapper Lil Jon tweeted a message to @Vol_Football on Saturday, saying simply "Holla @ me."
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Herbert Slatery sworn in as Tennessee's 27th AGHerbert Slatery sworn in as Tennessee's 27th AGHerbert Slatery has been sworn in as Tennessee's 27th attorney general, the first Republican to hold the office since Reconstruction.
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Remains of missing Cumberland Co. woman foundRemains of missing Cumberland Co. woman foundSheriff Cox said that Nina Karen Owens' death is being investigated as a homicide.
- Fentress - Cumberland
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Tennessee gas prices could slide below $3 this winterTennessee gas prices could slide below $3 this winterDrivers across the country paid the lowest September gas prices in four years last month, and experts say prices will only get lower in the months ahead
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247Sports: Gators' LB: Hurd can't hang with us247Sports: Gators' LB: Hurd can't hang with usFlorida linebacker Jarrad Davis on Jalen Hurd: "I don't think he can hang with us."
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Ball pours $1M of own money into Senate campaignBall pours $1M of own money into Senate campaignGordon Ball is a Knoxville attorney who largely self-funded his primary campaign with $408,000 of his own money.
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Governor defends TennCare directorGovernor defends TennCare directorGov. Bill Haslam praised TennCare Director Darin Gordon on Tuesday for saving tax dollars, despite a federal notice that the program's backlog of applications violates U.S. law
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Hiring our Heroes job fair will be Wednesday in KnoxvilleHiring our Heroes job fair will be Wednesday in KnoxvilleA special job fair Wednesday in Knoxville is designed to help veterans find a job after their military careers are over.
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Commissioner rethinking handling of older teensCommissioner rethinking handling of older teensOfficials say 38 percent of the 306 delinquents in the department's custody are 17 and 18 year olds, and they cause about 70 percent of the problems
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Texas girl taken by mom 12 years ago rescued in MexicoTexas girl taken by mom 12 years ago rescued in MexicoSabrina was rescued in a secret mission near Mexico City and returned to the U.S.
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Tenn. city fined for dumping raw sewage in riverTenn. city fined for dumping raw sewage in riverTDEC reported that the Sneedville sewer treatment plant had "excessive" sewer plant bypasses of treatment between January and May.
- Claiborne - Hancock - Grainger - Union
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Secret Service director resignsSecret Service director resignsResignations follows a series of security lapses by the Secret Service.
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In Your Area
Residents at the apartment complex in Dallas, Texas where an Ebola patient was living at say they have received very little information from health officials.
The confirmed Ebola patient in Dallas, Texas had contact with five childen who are now being monitored closely, according to health officials.
The board chose Mike McMillan as the new chair, beating fellow board member Doug Harris. Harris was then elected vice chair. 10-1-14
Maple Lane Farm in Greenback helped Luke Bryan kick off his farm tour in a big way. 10-1-14
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday, a day after her congressional testimony about lapses in President Obama's security drew calls for her dismissal.
Sabrina Allen, who was abducted in 2002 in Texas at age 4 by her mother, has been rescued near Mexico City and returned to the United States, the FBI said Wednesday.
A man infected with Ebola was allowed to leave a Dallas hospital last week because the results of a screening weren't shared with his health care team, hospital officials said Wednesday.
October 1, 2014, 6 p.m. - The Knox County BOE chose Mike McMillan as chair by a vote of 5-to-4. McMillan has gone from being the only board member to vote against keeping superintendent McIntyre last December to now being the board's leader.
This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week and the Behavioral Health Awareness Coalition is teaming up with Helen Ross McNabb for several community events.