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Fighting the drug-resistant flu strain

Updated: 03/06/2009 - Doctors say one flu strain has become resistant to a common medicine. Meanwhile, more than a hundred students, and dozens of teachers are absent at one Knox County School. Most are believed to have a stomach virus.

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Man pleads guilty to headbutting ref, must umpire little league games

Updated: 03/06/2009 - A man charged with headbutting a referee during a middle school wrestling match in Jefferson County just pleaded guilty. Bobby Glenn Williams was sentenced to 25 hours of community service, which the judge says he'll have to serve as a little league umpire.

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Knoxville shopping center welcomes JCPenney

Posted: 03/06/2009 - While many businesses are being forced to downsize or even shut down, one retailer is bucking the trend, and bringing a few more pennies to East Tennessee.

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Lose your job? Builder could pay your mortgage

Updated: 03/05/2009 - Would you be more willing to risk buying a home, if you knew somebody would cover your mortgage if you lost your job? One of East Tennessee's high-end builders is offering just that kind of assurance and *insurance -- to get you to commit.

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Help available to cover childcare costs

Updated: 03/05/2009 - Many people laid off in the area are trying to support a family, but what options are available when you lose your job and can't afford daycare anymore to even try to find new work?

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West Knoxville shopping center booms despite tough economy

Updated: 03/05/2009 - The state of our economy has forced several businesses to close and several people to lose their jobs. But in Turkey Creek, it's the exact opposite. Several new stores are opening and hundreds of jobs are being created.

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Knox Co. Mayor alleges violations, calls for review of auditor

Updated: 03/05/2009 - The Knox County Mayor's Office response to Knox County Auditor Richard Walls' review of community grants is filled with accusations of professional and legal violations leveled at Walls, and Mayor Mike Ragsdale's office is also calling for a comprehensive review of the Knox County Office of Internal Audit.

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