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Gatlinburg standoff ends peacefully

Posted: 11/11/2008 - A police standoff ended peacefully on Monday evening in Gatlinburg after a man claimed he was going to “take out” himself and police officers.

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Update: Knoxville prostitution sting

Updated: 11/11/2008 - A Knoxville prostitution sting puts more than a dozen women in handcuffs, all charged with the illegal act. Police arrested 13 women late last week. Now, just days later, most are already out of jail, or on their way.

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Mother of alleged kidnapper captured over weekend speaks out

Updated: 11/10/2008 - He's charged with some serious crimes, carjacking, kidnapping, bank robbery, and home invasion. For more than a week Christopher Ellis has had residents of Loudon and Monroe counties on edge, worried he may attack them. But tonight, Ellis' mother is speaking out about her son and what might have caused him to run astray.

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Tennessee schools get their report card

Updated: 11/10/2008 - Once a year it's not the students that are graded, but the schools, and today the schools got their report card from the state.

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17th annual crane festival canceled

Posted: 11/10/2008 - Budget cuts and hungry cranes are forcing the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency to cancel its 17th annual sandhill crane viewing festival.

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MUGSHOTS: "Sex Fest" Bust Update: 15 Arrested

Updated: 11/10/2008 - Volunteer TV has found out a lot more about the raid on a adult bookstore, we first told you about Saturday night. Officers arrested 15 people, after breaking up what they called a "meet and greet sex fest" at the Adult World along I-75 in Campbell County.

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Gun Violence Vigil

Updated: 11/10/2008 - Knoxville's seen several deadly shootings in recent months. Places that are usually safe, plagued by gun violence. Today about 25 Muslim youths of Knoxville held a vigil today at Knoxville Center Mall. Christians and Muslims came together to spread the message of peace.

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TVA shares wealth of higher rates

Posted: 11/09/2008 - Consumers may be hurting, but those higher electric rates from the Tennessee Valley Authority will end up helping their state and local governments.

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