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RVers dropped from voter rolls allowed to vote

Posted: 09/24/2008 - Full-time RVers who sued voting officials over being bumped from the state voting rolls because they live on the open road say they've reached an agreement that allows them to vote.

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Baldwin to appeal 1993 WM slayings conviction

Posted: 09/24/2008 - Officials say one of the three men convicted in the 1993 killing of three West Memphis boys will appear Wednesday in Craighead County Circuit Court.

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Newly promoted state trooper under investigation

Posted: 09/24/2008 - The Tennessee Highway Patrol has temporarily placed a newly promoted officer on paid administrative leave and stripped him of his commander responsibilities.

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Friends want to reach out to accused hacker

Updated: 09/24/2008 - Friends hope to reach out to accused hacker on the same day a federal grand jury in Chattanooga failed to indict the University of Tennessee student

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Former teachers say missing woman had impact in lives

Updated: 09/24/2008 - As the search continues to locate Jennifer Hampton, administrators and friends at her former high school in Alabama are remembering how much of an impact she had in their lives.

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Kentucky man arrested for 1,000th time

Posted: 09/23/2008 - He's hit another a milestone. A Lexington man, famous for how many times he's been arrested, took his 1,000th trip to jail.

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Low gas supplies still problem beyond East Tennessee

Updated: 09/23/2008 - The price at the pump may be better than it was a week ago, but local gas retailers say they are still dealing with low supply, and it’s not just a problem in East Tennessee.

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Spotting illegal documents tough for business owners, Web site helps

Updated: 09/23/2008 - The investigation into 20-year-old Jennifer Hampton's disappearance has led to two arrests on unrelated charges. 38-year-old Rogelio Dominguez Melchor and 19-year-old Valentino Vasquez Miranda were arrested Saturday and charged with forgery.

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No Palin hacking indictment in Chattanooga

Posted: 09/23/2008 - A federal grand jury in Chattanooga ended its Tuesday meeting without indicting a Tennessee lawmaker's son in an investigation of someone hacking Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's personal e-mail.

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