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Remote Area Medical ready for Maynardville

Updated: 11/13/2009 - If you are plagued by medical problems without the resources to care for them, one Knoxville-based charity is back in action in East Tennessee.

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Knoxville gym grows in down economy

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Here's a question for you-- in this credit crunch, are you spending any of your hard-earned cash on gym memberships? Fewer people are, across the country. But at least one Knoxville gym is bucking that trend.

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Tenn. trooper suspended over white pride e-mail

Posted: 11/13/2009 - A Tennessee state trooper who accidentally sent an e-mail proclaiming white pride to 787 state employees has been suspended for 15 days without pay and will have to attend diversity training.

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Alleged dog dragger appears in court

Updated: 11/13/2009 - You may remember the story we told you about the little brown dog chained to the back of a pick up truck and dragged along the road. The dog is still recovering at the U-T vet hospital and the man accused of these actions is now in the court's hands.

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Arrested Vols won't play against Ole Miss

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Three Vol football players arrested early Thursday morning will not travel with the team to Ole Miss, according to UT Athletics.

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Former teacher stunned at news of Vol Jackson's arrest

Posted: 11/13/2009 - The arrest of three University of Tennessee football players early Thursday morning shocked many Vol fans in Big Orange Country, but the group it possibly shocked the most were faculty members of Alfred M. Barbe High School in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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Will former Ark. Gov. Mike Huckabee run again in 2012?

Updated: 11/12/2009 - If today's crowd at his Knoxville book signing is any indication, Mike Huckabee's rise up the ranks of GOP front-runners for President might very well lead to a serious run at the White House.

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CDC reports new H1N1 numbers

Updated: 11/13/2009 - New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control show the H1N1 virus could be more deadly than previously reported.

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Leon Houston not guilty on all counts

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Leon Houston not guilty of the first degree murder of Bill Jones and Mike Brown, and not guilty of the felony murder of Mike Brown during the murder Bill Jones. Houston's was tried a second time for the shootout killings of Roane County Deputy Bill Jones and his ride-along partner Mike Brown in 2006. His first trial ended in a mistrial because the jury could not reach a verdict.

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Roane County veteran escaped body bag in Vietnam

Updated: 11/12/2009 - Melvin page is an open book. His actions in Vietnam were heroic, his survival while the rest of his platoon was wiped out is miraculous and his love of our nation remains unquestionable. Thankfully the story of this East Tennessee veteran didn't end when a pair of GIs, mistaking him for dead, placed him in a battlefield body bag.

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Flames destroy East Knoxville home

Posted: 11/12/2009 - A family of seven is homeless after flames ripped through their East Knoxville home early Thursday morning.

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Honoring homeless Knoxville veterans

Updated: 11/12/2009 - They've served and fought for their country. But many veterans are now fighting for their own livelihoods, struggling to provide for their families.

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Memorial for fallen on Veterans Day

Updated: 11/11/2009 - The East Tennessee Veterans Memorial will have been in the world's fair park one year, next week. But, the names of heroes from East Tennessee goes back decades, and, more of our own were added and remembered. One local woman shares memories of her fallen soldier.

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Local honors and awards luncheon on Veterans Day

Posted: 11/11/2009 - Several local heroes were honored this Veterans Day, at the 27Th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration. The East Tennessee Military Affairs Council (ETMAC) hosted the ceremony at The Foundry downtown.

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EPA fines KUB for sewage overflows, despite on-going $530M fix

Updated: 11/11/2009 - Storm water gets into, and overflows the Knoxville area's sewer system, -- so much so that KUB is in the middle of a ten-year, $530 million rebuild, per consent decree with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But after four years, the fines -- have come.

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