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Freedom Salute to Jacksboro's 1175th

Updated: 08/04/2008 - East Tennesseans expressed their gratitude to soldiers and their families on Saturday morning at Freedom Salute.

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"Walk of Mercy" pilgrimage from Baptist to St. Mary's

Updated: 08/04/2008 - Last year, a pair of Knoxville hospitals joined together to embark on a journey of finances and faith. The journey resulted in Mercy Health Partners, the merger of Baptist Health and St. Mary's.

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Winkler given custody of children

Updated: 08/03/2008 - Knoxville-native Mary Winkler has been given custody of her three daughters according to several media reports out of Memphis.

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MURDER UPDATE 2: Police obtain murder warrant

Updated: 08/04/2008 - On Sunday evening, the Knoxville Police Department obtained a murder warrant for the woman they believe shot an East Knoxville woman to death on Friday.

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State says layoffs could occur in January

Posted: 08/01/2008 - Tennessee Finance Commissioner Dave Goetz says state employees could be laid off in January if the state doesn't get enough people to accept a buyout package.

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Green Mountain Coffee adding Knox County plant

Posted: 08/01/2008 - Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR), Friday announced it has chosen Knox County, Tennessee as the future home of a new manufacturing and distribution facility for the Green Mountain Coffee segment. The Company has closed on the purchase of a 334,000 square foot building on a 31 acre parcel of land in Knox County for approximately $10.4 million. The new site will support the brand’s national expansion and continued growth in the single-cup business.

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Black Tape Bandit sentenced for 6 bank heists

Posted: 08/01/2008 - A former soldier who said he turned to drugs and crime after serving in Afghanistan was sentenced to 147 months in federal prison for robbing six banks inside grocery stores and attempting to rob another.

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Teens charged by feds in Greeneville fire

Posted: 08/01/2008 - Federal authorities charged two Greeneville teenagers on Friday in a fire that destroyed a century-old tobacco warehouse and threatened the home of President Andrew Johnson.

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