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Prospectin': fewer recruiters, more seekers fill UT's Fall Career Fair

Updated: 09/30/2009 - Need a sign the economy is still "iffy?." Look no further than UT's fall career fair The number of recruiters has dropped by more than a third, to 150, compared to 270 last year. But UT administrators say the companies who remain have specific job openings and want to hire.

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Volunteer firefighters fight to raise money, to stay open

Updated: 05/19/2011 - Normally they fight fires, now the volunteers at the Marlow Fire Department in Anderson County, are fighting a tight budget. So, they're lifting their garage doors, in hopes of keeping them open.

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Thomas' murder trial pushed back

Updated: 09/30/2009 - Judge Richard Baumgartner has reset George Thomas' trial to Dec. 1. Jury selection for his trial will begin Nov. 18. Thomas' trial was previously set Nov. 8.

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UPDATE: Families react to Davidson trial's second delay

Updated: 09/30/2009 - The first round of questioning of the initial Lemaricus Davidson jury pool is complete, and a final jury will be picked Friday. Once the jury is picked, jurors will be allowed to go home for two weeks to await Davidson's trial.

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Wife wants Haynesworth to pay bills, stay away

Posted: 09/30/2009 - Albert Haynesworth's wife is asking a Tennessee judge to force the Washington defensive tackle to pay up their debts going back to April 2008 and also wants a restraining order as part of their divorce case.

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Russian nuclear chief visits Tenn. site

Updated: 05/19/2011 - The head of Russia's nuclear agency toured a national laboratory and a nuclear weapons plant in Tennessee as part of a two-day mission to the United States.

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MPC meets with public over Midway Rd. interchange

Updated: 09/30/2009 - The Knoxville-Knox County, Tennessee Metropolitan Planning Commission met with the public at the University of Tennessee Law School on Tuesday evening to discus the future of the Midway Road interchange.

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Support for health care reform in East Tenn.

Updated: 09/30/2009 - Several health care reform plans will now go before the full senate and house. Both Republicans and Democrats agree on major aspects of health care reform, but still the debate continues over the details, as a final decision draws closer. Now, a grassroots project makes a stop in Knoxville, to encourage support for the President's health insurance reform plan.

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Routine exams may not detect serious heart problems

Updated: 09/29/2009 - We do know UT athletes get electrocardiograms before playing. Former Vol Duke Crews told us in 2007 that an EKG saved his life. But cardiologists say oftentimes the problems require much more advanced tests.

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AEDs increase victims' chance of survival

Updated: 09/29/2009 - Trainers with UT are more than likely trained to use an AED, but there are public machines built so anyone can use them in an emergency. The American Heart Association says CPR and early defibrillation more than doubles a victim's chance of survival. We talked with a paramedic to show you how easy an AED can be to use and how important it can be to save someones life.

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Endangered Child Alert canceled for 2 N.C. girls

Updated: 09/30/2009 - A Statewide Tennessee Endangered Child Alert, issued Tuesday for 12-year-old Keara Hess and 11-year-old Sierra Hess, has been canceled by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

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