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Seven hundred more, now vaccinated

Updated: 11/01/2009 - It's a Halloween event aimed at protecting you from a spooky sickness. Knox County's Health Department provided more than 700 people with free H1N1 nasal spray vaccinations.

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Standard time returns

Updated: 10/31/2009 - Volunteer TV would like to remind you to set your clock back an hour before going to bed Saturday night.

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TSSAA football brackets released...again

Updated: 11/03/2009 - Playoff brackets were released early Saturday morning, only to find "errors" in some of the seedings, causing changes to some of the matchups that were originally announced.

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Cobbins to move to max security prison

Updated: 11/01/2009 - Convicted killer Letalvis Cobbins will soon be moved to a maximum security prison, according to State Sen. Tim Burchett, who acknowledged,when contacted by Volunteer TV, taking the issue of Cobbins' incarceration up with state officials.

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Last minute costume shoppers flocking to stores

Updated: 10/30/2009 - Your candy's out and your house is decorated, but do you have your Halloween costume? Some last minute shoppers packed local shops on Friday, hoping to find just the right look for trick-or-treating.

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Bed bugs make a come back in Tennessee

Updated: 10/30/2009 - 'Night-night, sleep tight...' you know how the rhyme ends, but bed bugs have practically been unheard of in the United States since the 1970's. But they're mounting a come back and some of you know that all too well.

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Davidson gets death penalty

Updated: 12/07/2009 - A Knox County jury sentenced Lemaricus Davidson to death for killing Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom in January 2007.

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Country singer Emma Jacob shares story of survival

Updated: 10/30/2009 - For 18-year-old Emma Jacob, singing on stage was another opportunity for survival. "It's my nature. It's my life. I have to sing. I can honestly say I don't know where I'd be without music," says Jacobs.

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Is music going silent in your schools?

Updated: 10/29/2009 - The research is there. If your child plays an instrument or is in a quality music education program, graduation rates goes up. Attendance goes up. So do his math and English scores. But unfortunately, music educators are seeing a big decline in music participation. And even Arne Duncan, the nation's Secretary of Education, is rolling out a survey to assess the importance of music and arts in your schools.

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Lenders, Realtors push to extend, sweeten tax credit

Updated: 10/29/2009 - The calender says you have little more than a month to get that big tax break for buying your first home. But the clock is not on your side for processing the paperwork. It's why the Senate already has passed a plan that not only would extend the credit into next year, but sweeten it if you own a home already.

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