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Born Drug-Free Tennessee

Born Drug-Free TennesseeA new health campaign seeks to warn expectant mothers about using drugs during pregnancy. Karen Pershing, director of the Metropolitan Drug Commission, discusses details about the campaign.
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President asks Congress for war powers

President asks Congress for war powersPresident Obama wants Congress to give its blessing for renewed military action against ISIL. Local veteran Ken Irvine has some perspective
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College financial aid forms

College financial aid formsThe deadline for college students to file financial aid forms is Feb. 15. Kaci Murley, director of college success for Tennessee Achieves, offers tips on what students and parents need to know.
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Local educators react to Governor Haslam's $100 million pay raise pro

Local educators react to Governor Haslam's $100 million pay raise proGovernor Bill Haslam has promised to use $100 million in next year's budget for teacher pay raises. This follows a promise he made one year ago that Tennessee teachers haven't forgotten.
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Vaccine for breast cancer?

Vaccine for breast cancer?Breast surgeon Dr. Caren Gallaher discusses the ramifications of a possible new vaccine to treat breast cancer.
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Let’s talk about money

Let’s talk about moneyStudies show couples who shun talking about money are more likely to break up than those who face the topic. Certified financial planner Laura Lyons from Meridian Trust offers pointers on how to broach what’s often a sensitive subject.
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Common tax mistakes

Common tax mistakes Laura Lyons talks about the seven most common mistakes people make while filing their taxes
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Impact of long work hours

Impact of long work hours A study by Stanford University found employee prodcuctivity doesn’t improve after 55 hours of work in a week. Terry Leap with the UT Dept. of Management talks about being overworked and how to work more efficiently.
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Super Bowl for Recovering Addicts

Super Bowl for Recovering Addicts Pastor Mark Beebe from Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Knoxville talks about a Super Bowl party devoted entirely to people who are recovering from substance abuse.
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S&S Tennessee military documentary

S&S Tennessee military documentaryJohn Becker gets a look at a documentary that centers around Tennessee's military history as "The Volunteer State" ahead of its release.
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Warnings about mosquito-borne disease

Warnings about mosquito-borne diseaseKnox County health authorities want travelers to use caution when heading to the Caribbean. The department’s environmental epidemiologist, Albert Iannacone, explains why officials are concerned about chikungunya.
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Living with Diabetes

Living with DiabetesA report estimates 1 in 10 adults in Knox County have diabetes. Susan Fowlkes, Director of Clinical Nutrition for the Knox County Health Department, talks about an upcoming series of meetings to help teach people how to manage their diabetes.
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The cost of advertising during the Super Bowl

The cost of advertising during the Super BowlIt will cost companies $4.5-million to put up a 30-second ad during this year’s Super Bowl. That’s up $500,000 from last year. Clay Prewitt, an associate creative directive at the Tombras group, talks about which companies are the biggest spenders and wha
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Your guide to Super Bowl TV deals

Your guide to Super Bowl TV dealsThe big game is Sunday and many people are looking to upgrade their TVs to catch all the action. There’s still time to take advantage of some big deals with prices slashed for several hundred dollars.
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2014 Housing market wrap & look ahead to 2015

2014 Housing market wrap & look ahead to 2015Realtor Suzy Trotta joins us to discuss prices, inventory and interest rates from last year and what to expect in 2015.
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The push for easier access to credit scores

The push for easier access to credit scoresThe Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is calling on credit card companies to make credit scores available online to its consumers. It’s part of a trend that’s gaining momentum in the credit industry.
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AAA says travel economy is looking up in 2015

AAA says travel economy is looking up in 2015As temperatures dip lower, some East Tennesseans are looking ahead to warmer vacations.
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ORNL develops population predicter

ORNL develops population predicterLab scientists Jacke McKee and Budhendra "Budhu" Bhaduri have created a model for determining which cities will have higher growth. They explain how the application works.
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Keep track of your home valuables

Keep track of your home valuablesThe Blount County Sheriff’s Office is offering a document you can download at home to keep track of all your home valuables. Deputy Chief Ron Talbott explains.
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Safety tips for online selling sites

Safety tips for online selling sitesKnoxville Police offers some advice on how to use online selling sites safely (1-27-15, 5PM)
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Ask Todd

Ask ToddHow can you become a trained weather spotter? Meteorologist Todd Howell and Anthony Cavallucci from the National Weather Service have the answers.
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What’s the Big Idea?

What’s the Big Idea?Entrepreneurs in Knoxville competed this weekend for a chance to jump start their businesses. Todd Napier of the Knox County Development Corp. and winner Cathy Vangieri of “Sing and Spell” talk about the contest.
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New alternative fuel vehicle initiative

New alternative fuel vehicle initiative Interest in alternative fuel vehicles continue to grow across the country and an East Tennessee group is part of a multi-state initiative to teach people more about these special vehicles.
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Exploring racial history through plantations

Exploring racial history through plantations A UT professor is reflecting on the country’s racial history by studying southern plantations (1-21-15, 5PM)
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Building a better team

Building a better teamNext week, Leadership Knoxville hosts a workshop on how people can build better relationships. Jo Anne Lavendar and Dick Hinton, who will speak at the seminar, discuss the value of team building.
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Obama’s State of the Union address

Obama’s State of the Union addressDr. Mark O’Gorman, political science professor at Maryville College, talks about what to expect from President Obama’s speech Tuesday night.
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Use care when looking for a mortgage

Use care when looking for a mortgageSometimes consumers who will invest a lot of time shopping for a TV spend little time studying potential home lenders. Laura Lyons with Meridian Trust talks about the importance of mortgage shopping.
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