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Pastor celebrates his retirement after 23 years

Updated: 11/16/2009 - Dr. Larry Fields' ministry has taken him from mission trips around the world to the sidelines at Tennessee football games. But he's most comfortable behind the pulpit at Central Baptist Church of Bearden where he's spent 23 years.

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Arrested Vols pray with campus group

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Hours after leaving jail, two of the arrested UT Football players came a campus christian group meeting, according to a group member and fellow teammate.

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Rocky Houston gives jailhouse interview

Updated: 11/13/2009 - One day after his brother Leon is found not guilty of the murders of Roane County Sheriff's Deputy Bill Jones and his ride-along friend Mike Brown, Rocky Houston is talking about his upcoming trial...His brother's verdict...And his innocence.

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Edna's cream horns are back

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Many of those downtown bakeries have since vanished. And Harriman was no different after Edna McNamer closed "Merri-Mac Bakery" after 51 years. But this week, a new bakery opened where Edna's was, Pattycake Pastries.

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Remote Area Medical ready for Maynardville

Updated: 11/13/2009 - If you are plagued by medical problems without the resources to care for them, one Knoxville-based charity is back in action in East Tennessee.

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Knoxville gym grows in down economy

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Here's a question for you-- in this credit crunch, are you spending any of your hard-earned cash on gym memberships? Fewer people are, across the country. But at least one Knoxville gym is bucking that trend.

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Tenn. trooper suspended over white pride e-mail

Posted: 11/13/2009 - A Tennessee state trooper who accidentally sent an e-mail proclaiming white pride to 787 state employees has been suspended for 15 days without pay and will have to attend diversity training.

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Alleged dog dragger appears in court

Updated: 11/13/2009 - You may remember the story we told you about the little brown dog chained to the back of a pick up truck and dragged along the road. The dog is still recovering at the U-T vet hospital and the man accused of these actions is now in the court's hands.

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Arrested Vols won't play against Ole Miss

Updated: 11/13/2009 - Three Vol football players arrested early Thursday morning will not travel with the team to Ole Miss, according to UT Athletics.

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