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Body rots in hearse

Posted: 02/25/2009 - An Alabama funeral director could lose his license if convicted on a felony charge of abusing a corpse.

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British PM Brown to address Congress

Posted: 02/25/2009 - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will be the first foreign leader this year to speak before a joint meeting of Congress.

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First lady says dog arrival is near

Posted: 02/25/2009 - The dog days are drawing near at the White House. First lady Michelle Obama says a Portuguese Water Dog should be taking up residence sometime in April.

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Panetta: US will limit who can receive detainees

Posted: 02/25/2009 - CIA Director Leon Panetta says President Barack Obama will limit the countries to which it sends alleged terrorists to make sure they are not tortured or abused.

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Lawmakers give up pay raise in 2010

Posted: 02/25/2009 - During a national recession, members of Congress didn't think it was a good time to take a pay raise. So they didn't.

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Union raises job concerns for TVA guards

Posted: 02/25/2009 - The Tennessee Valley Authority's decision to put nuclear power plant guards back on the payroll has raised safety and job security concerns with a labor union.

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Bredesen wary about unemployment funds in stimulus

Posted: 02/25/2009 - Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen says he's still evaluating whether to accept a boost in unemployment insurance money that is part of the $787 billion federal stimulus package.

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Covering your assets: how safe is the money in your bank accounts?

Updated: 04/28/2009 - The first $350 billion spent to bail out banks and other lenders gave taxpayers no indication of the relative strengths or weaknesses of any of the financial instutions receiving the money. The new "stress tests" may make you wonder about your own bank's strength, and whether federal desposit insurane is enough to cover your assets.

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Trading goods and services to beat the tough economy

Posted: 02/25/2009 - It's the oldest form of business, but a new concept these days: business bartering. Over 700 companies in the Knoxville area are trading goods and services and finding that it's helping them get by during these tough economic times.

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Cyber attack prompts banks to issue new credit and debit cards

Posted: 02/25/2009 - Check your mailbox, you may soon be getting a new credit or debit card. A computer breach at a credit processor is forcing millions of cards to be re-issued nationwide. Local banks are not immune as thousands will be going out in east Tennessee.

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