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Tazewell mayor commits suicide

Updated: 01/22/2009 - The mayor of Tazewell, Tennessee shot and killed himself Wednesday afternoon at his home in Tazewell, according to Captain David Honeycutt of the Claiborne County Sheriff's Department.

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AMBER Alert Canceled for Tri-Cities toddler

Updated: 01/22/2009 - An AMBER Alert that was issued for Hannah Jo Hicks, 2, is now over, according to the TBI. The child's mother, Valerie Hicks is currently in the custody of the Johnson City Police Department and Hannah has been safely recovered.

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Low airfares from US Airways

Updated: 01/22/2009 - Airline prices in Knoxville are sometimes five times higher than other airports. That's because there are no low fare carriers and no competition to drive the prices down. But US Airways has stepped up and dropped their prices to more than 60 cities hoping more people like you will fly.

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Roberson elected TRA interim chairman

Posted: 01/21/2009 - Eddie Roberson has been elected interim chairman by his fellow directors of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority.

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DEP orders review of WVa fly ash impoundments

Posted: 01/21/2009 - West Virginia is taking a closer look at 18 fly ash impoundments to make sure the dams are structurally sound and built to current safety standards.

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Roane county officials seek to oust constable

Updated: 01/21/2009 - A Roane county constable known for carrying a big stick like the legendary Buford Pusser is finding himself in hot water. The county's attorney and chief prosecutor are seeking his ouster after he allegedly bullied or threatened at least 18 people.

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Healthcare help in Tenn.

Updated: 01/21/2009 - As of November 2008 more than 200,000 people were unemployed in Tennessee alone, and while searching for that new job the bills can pile up. But a state program can help protect your family financially and physically.

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Senate confirms Clinton as secretary of state

Updated: 01/21/2009 - The Senate has confirmed Hillary Rodham Clinton to become secretary of state.

The Senate vote was overwhelmingly in favor of the former first lady despite lingering concerns by some Republicans that her husband's charitable fundraising overseas could pose a conflict of interest.

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