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Knoxville tire fire out, concerns not doused

Updated: 05/29/2008 - The fire is out in a North Knoxville neighborhood off Hiawassee and Huron, but neighbors are simmering over what burned, and who may have started it.

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Woman, son robbed in alleged home invasion

Updated: 05/30/2008 - Knox County Sheriff's Deputies are looking for three men involved in a home invasion Thursday afternoon. Stay connected to Volunteer TV News and for continuing coverage of this breaking news story.

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Lack of rain keeps TVA lakes below normal

Posted: 05/29/2008 - Tennessee Valley Authority lakes are higher than they were last spring, but nearly all of its large tributary reservoirs are below targeted summer levels.

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Loudon Co. K-9 unit gets national certification

Posted: 05/29/2008 - On May 18, 2008 the Loudon County Sheriff’s (LSCD) K9 Unit went to Cookeville, TN to compete and certify in the United States Police Canine Association’s (USPCA) 16 Annual National Detector Dog Trial. Eighty-three K9 teams gathered in Cookeville to compete and certify in the trial. These teams are some of the best in the nation and coming from all over the country including Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina, Idaho, Minnesota, Florida, Texas, Washington D. C., Canada and many more.

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AP Interview: Alexander hopes to lure VW plant to Tennessee

Posted: 05/29/2008 - Then-Gov. Lamar Alexander helped bring the automobile industry to Tennessee nearly 30 years ago. Now a U.S. senator, Alexander's hoping that those efforts will help land a new Volkswagen AG plant in his home state.

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Nuclear company apologizes for 'hot spot' on truck

Posted: 05/29/2008 - The world's largest builder of nuclear reactors apologized to regulators Wednesday over a shipment of equipment that contained a radiation "hot spot" exceeding federal guidelines. The equipment traveled in February more than 400 miles from Virginia to the Watts Bar nuclear plant near Spring City, Tennessee.

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Thieves steal license plates to hide their crimes

Updated: 05/28/2008 - The high cost of gas is fueling an increase in a type of crime that you need to know about, before it's too late. Thieves are stealing license plates from cars parked in front of homes, and if you don't take steps to protect your car you could be the next victim.

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Despite plans to repay Knox Co., some still want Ragsdale out

Updated: 05/29/2008 - Relatively speaking, the dollars are small -- slightly more than $1,200 out of what was once $40,000 in quote questionable spending of your tax dollars through Knox County purchasing cards, and Knox County Mayor Mike Ragsdale says he’s paying it back.

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