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REPORT: Morse Key maker moving to Knoxville

Updated: 12/08/2009 - ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, reported Monday that a Knoxville man has purchased the nation’s oldest operating business in the Amateur Radio industry.

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KPD to step up bus stop speeders

Posted: 12/08/2009 - The Knoxville Police Department is concerned about what they say appears to be an increase in drivers failing to stop for school buses.

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Man robs N. Knox County bank

Posted: 12/08/2009 - Federal and local authorities are investigating a Monday evening bank robbery in the Powell community.

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Maryville man shares banned Bible story

Updated: 12/08/2009 - It has been a part of Maryville's holiday traditions for nearly a quarter of a century, but Monday night the Bible was removed from their Christmas celebration. But, one local man took it upon himself to tell the story of the birth of Jesus.

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Homicide victim's business struck by gunfire

Updated: 12/07/2009 - Police are continuing their investigation into the mysterious death of a Sevier County woman who died as a result of a homicide and made to look like a tragic accident. But now Pigeon Forge police are trying to find out who and why someone would want to fire numerous shots at her former business

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Coyote concerns in West Knox County

Updated: 12/07/2009 - "These animals are very hungry. They are hungry. They are killing and I'm scared," says neighbor Mary Burns.

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Prominent Farragut pastor hospitalized after emergency surgery

Posted: 12/07/2009 - FARRAGUT, Tenn. (WVLT) -- First Baptist Concord Pastor Dr. Doug Sager is hospitalized and recovering following emergency surgery Saturday, according to his church's Web site. It's not clear why Dr. Sager required emergency surgery. Tune to Volunteer TV News at 6:00 and VolunteerTV.com for more on this developing news story.

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Chick-Fil-A Bowl packages and deals

Updated: 12/07/2009 - We know the Vols will be playing Virginia Tech in the Chick-Fil-A bowl in Atlanta on News Year's Eve. And today we're starting to learn where you can get packages and deals to watch the game. Some of the prices for hotels are really good. And if you act early, you might not only bring in the new year will a Tennessee win, but with a little extra cash in your pocket.

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150 pounds of pot siezed in interstate bust

Updated: 12/08/2009 - Two Tennessee men are facing drug charges after Knoxville Police seized about 100 pounds of pot, and busted what appears to be a marijuana shipping operation that used furniture to disguise dope being moved from Laredo, Texas, to Morristown. An additional 50 pounds of marijuana, also destined for Morristown, was seized in Laredo after KPD's bust.

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In-school H1N1 clinics

Updated: 12/07/2009 - If you're still looking for a way to get your child vaccinated against the H1N1 Influenza, then you're in luck. The Knox County Health Department continues their in school clinics this week at 33 Knox County schools.

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Hemlock spraying in Cades Cove Thursday

Posted: 12/07/2009 - Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have rescheduled the hemlock tree spraying operation in Cades Cove to occur on Thursday, December 10.

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George Thomas double murder trial, day 6

Updated: 12/08/2009 - The jury in George Thomas' double murder trial deliberated for about an hour-and-a-half before going home Monday. Thomas is the third of four defendants to stand trial for the January 2007 carjacking, kidnapping, rape and murder of Channon Christian, 21, and Christopher Newsom, 23.

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1 dead, 3 hurt in West Knox crash

Updated: 12/06/2009 - Deputies say a young man was speeding and wasn't wearing a seat belt. The crash cost him his life.

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The search is on for masked, armed robber

Posted: 12/06/2009 - Neither armed officers, nor K-9's could find the man who robbed the FastStop on Middlebrook Pike Sunday night after he fled on foot.

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278th off to Mississippi

Updated: 12/06/2009 - Tennessee's 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment has answered our country's call to duty. Guard members are now in Camp Shelby, Mississippi, where they'll spent the next two months training before leaving for Iraq in February.

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Winter weather still affecting roads

Updated: 12/05/2009 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation is reporting bad road conditions in parts of East Tennessee. The snow may have stopped falling, but the temperatures are dropping and freezing over the melted snow.

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