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Layoffs affect hundreds of jobs

Updated: 02/04/2010 - Auto-loan servicing company Semperian plans to close it's Knoxville collection center, according to a letter obtained by Volunteer TV. But the job cuts could impact more than just the laid off workers.

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Knox Co. school board approves land for new school

Updated: 02/04/2010 - The Knox County School voted Wednesday evening to approve purchasing a tract of land in the southwest part of the county. By doing so, they could open a new elementary school as soon as 2013.

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Study shows link between internet use and depression

Posted: 02/03/2010 - If you spend an excessive amount of time on the internet, you could be more likely to show signs of depression. A new study shows web surfing can become addictive which could have a serious impact on your mental health.

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Tennessee may consider reducing unemployment benefits

Updated: 02/03/2010 - Could you feed your family and cover your bills on $230 a week? That's the average Tennessee unemployment check. But so many have been drawing benefits that the insurance fund could be $20-30 million in debt by April.

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Dooley signs 25, Vols class ranked 9th by Rivals

Updated: 02/04/2010 - From Nashville and Hoover, down to Ft. Lauderdale, click on the video links inside the story to watch some of the nation's best high school players sign to become Tennessee Volunteers.

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COLD CASE: Remains found in Colo. in '82 may be Tennesseans

Posted: 02/03/2010 - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is helping investigators in Colorado on a cold case involving remains of a murdered man and woman believed to be from Tennessee, according to a TBI news release.

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Tennessean: TN nursing homes 5th worst nationwide

Posted: 02/03/2010 - NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Poorly staffed nursing homes have put Tennessee among the worst in the nation for quality of long-term care for a second year, a federal report shows.

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LaHood says he misspoke on advice to Toyota owners

Updated: 02/03/2010 - Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood now says he misspoke when telling owners of recalled Toyotas to stop driving them. Instead, LaHood says take them to dealerships to get them repaired.

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WWII code talker brings message to Rocky Top

Posted: 02/03/2010 - A Navajo code talker who served with the Marines during World War II was in Knoxville Tuesday evening to share his message at the University of Tennessee.

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