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Police say they have the Subway robber

Updated: 09/08/2009 - A Knoxville man is behind bars after leading police on a chase. 34 year old Joshua Pitkanen is behind bars for allegedly robbing a Subway on Western Avenue. Police were finally able to catch the suspect but not before reaching speeds of at least 100 miles an hour.

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Parents react to advance of Obama's speech

Updated: 09/08/2009 - The word is out. The White House released an advanced copy of President Obama's speech to school children, prompting a debate in East Tennessee.

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Sevier tourism up over the weekend

Updated: 09/08/2009 - Many businesses, particularly shopping bases, have seen a downward trend. But some tourist attractions like Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies say business is up this year.

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West High School closed Tuesday

Updated: 09/07/2009 - West High School will be closed Tuesday due to an electrical circuit failure, according to Knox County Schools spokesman Russ Oaks. Stay connected to Volunteer TV News and VolunteerTV.com for continuing coverage of this developing news story.

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Obama exhorts kids to pay attention in school

Posted: 09/07/2009 - President Barack Obama plans to tell the nation's school children that they ultimately are most responsible for their own education. Click this story to read an copy of the President's prepared remarks to students.

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Child, woman critically injured in HWY 66 crash in Sevier Co.

Updated: 09/08/2009 - Sevierville Police have charged a man who allegedly caused a six-car chain reaction crash that injured a total of 18 people, including two children and a woman who were seriously hurt, according to the Sevierville spokesman Bob Stahlke.

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Blount County meth bust

Posted: 09/07/2009 - THREE PEOPLE ARE FACING METH MAKING CHARGES AFTER BEING ARRESTED OVER THE WEEKEND.

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Boomsday draws a record crowd

Updated: 09/07/2009 - It was the Sunday East Tennessee looks forward to all year. The 22nd Annual Chrysler Jeep Boomsday Festival drew a record-setting crowd of more than 400,000 on Volunteer Landing.

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McCreary Co. woman found dead

Posted: 09/06/2009 - Kentucky State Police are investigating what they believe is a murder in McCreary County.

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Tenn. Firearms Association hoping for donations

Updated: 09/06/2009 - The head of the Tennessee Firearms Association, or TFA, says lawmakers are hitting him up for campaign money. The TFA is asking its members to give to its political action committee so it can, "Step up to the plate for those who've helped us."

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Missing boater found dead in Meigs County

Posted: 09/08/2009 - The body of the man who fell out of a boat into Watts Bar Lake Saturday morning has been found in the area where he went overboard. Sante Snellgrose, 23, was found dead around noon Tuesday.

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Search for Subway robber

Posted: 09/06/2009 - The hunt is on for a man police believe robbed the Subway on Merchants Drive mid-morning Sunday.

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Man missing, boater charged

Posted: 09/05/2009 - A boat passenger is missing on Watts Bar Lake and the boat's pilot is facing charges.

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Dad calls shooting of unborn child an accident

Posted: 09/05/2009 - Roane County's D.A. says a grand jury's likely to review whether a man should face charges for wounding his wife with a shotgun and killing their unborn child.

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Dandy debut!

Updated: 09/05/2009 - In his first game as Tennessee's football coach, Lane Kiffin and the Vols roll over Western Kentucky 63-7.

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Deadly Calif. wildfire's western end under control

Posted: 09/05/2009 - Officials say the entire western edge of the massive wildfire burning north of Los Angeles is under control, but the arson-caused blaze continues to burn unchecked to the east into the rural San Gabriel Wilderness.

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