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New procedure offers alternative to lumpectomy surgery

Posted: 12/28/2009 - Finding a breast lump can be frightening. But when you find out the lump is non-cancerous, that fear can turn into relief, but also discomfort. If you want to remove the unwanted lump, a local doctor's office is third in the nation, and first in the region to offer you an alternative to a lumpectomy.

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A new year, A new you

Updated: 12/29/2009 - A new year is upon us, so that means it's time to set your new year's resolutions. If loosing those unwanted pounds is on your list, listen up. Volunteer TV's Rebecca Solomon found out with a lot of willpower and motivation, you can reach your resolution- but it may cost you. Don't worry, that cost goes a long, healthy way.

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Blount Co. man dead after fight with 4 others

Updated: 12/29/2009 - A Maryville man is dead after being beaten in a fight involving four other people, according to a news release from the Blount County Sheriff's Office.

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Ferschke widow prepares to leave the U.S.

Updated: 12/28/2009 - It was a happy holiday for the Maryville family of fallen Marine Sgt. Michael Ferschke. But the next week is set to be a difficult one as his widow and young son spend their last days in the U.S.

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TBI adds escapee to 10 Most Wanted List

Updated: 12/27/2009 - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says it added a 26-year-old prison escapee to its Top Ten Most Wanted fugitive list after he abducted a woman and stole her car.

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Man removed from same flight as Christmas attack

Updated: 12/27/2009 - Officials say they've taken a passenger onboard the same Detroit-bound Northwest Airlines flight that was attacked Christmas Day into custody after he became verbally disruptive when the plane landed.

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Working through the holiday

Updated: 12/26/2009 - From police officers to firefighters, to those bringing the food to your table; Christmas is a merry workday for many East Tennesseans.

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Salvation Army Christmas dinner

Updated: 12/26/2009 - As Christmas comes to an end, you might be reflecting back on the wonderful gifts you got and the delicious food you ate. But what about those who were unable to afford a holiday meal? As Volunteer TVs Rebecca Solomon found out, a charitable organization served more than 1000 guests today, in hopes of making their season that much brighter.

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