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Gov. to hold hearings on state budget

Posted: 11/17/2008 - With the state facing a revenue shortfall of potentially $800 million this year, Gov. Phil Bredesen will being hearing from his Cabinet about budget needs for the next year.

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters at the Zoo

Updated: 11/17/2008 - Sunday was the first time nearly 100 underpriveledged children got to visit the Knoxville Zoo. All thanks to the big brothers, big sisters program which needs more volunteers. According to big brothers, it not only helps the little ones, but the adults as well.

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Church Preaches Alzheimer's Prevention

Updated: 11/17/2008 - A Knoxville pastor has taken the fight against Alzheimer's disease to the pulpit. It's all part of Alzheimer's Awareness Sunday.

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Bayliner to close plant in Cumberland

Posted: 11/16/2008 - CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) -- Brunswick Corp. says it will close the U.S. Marine Bayliner plant by the end of this year, eliminating about 115 jobs.

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West Knoxville armed robbery

Posted: 11/16/2008 - KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Police are asking for your help catching two men they believe robbed three people.

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East TN Veterans' Memorial opens in World's Fair Park

Updated: 11/17/2008 - KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The lives and sacrifices of more than 6,000 East Tennessee veterans have been cemented in history. The East Tennessee Veterans' Memorial officially opened in World's Fair Park Saturday morning.

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Motel fire victim dies

Posted: 11/15/2008 - A 63-year-old man injured in a Seymour motel fire has died from his injuries.

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Mold forces home foreclosure

Updated: 11/15/2008 - A West Knoxville family says mold has ruined their health, home, and finances. So much so, the House family says it's forced them into foreclosure. But they're not alone.

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Interest higher in Blount county sheriff deputy jobs despite lower pay

Updated: 11/14/2008 - Blount county's police academy graduates twelve new recruits today and the largest number, five, will go to the county's sheriff's department. Sheriff James Berrong has said low pay has made it hard to find recruit new people when places like Maryville and Alcoa offer higher starting pay.

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