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West Knox First Tennessee Bank robbed

Posted: 08/11/2008 - Police are investigating a Monday afternoon bank robbery at the First Tennessee Bank branch in West Knox County at 9133 Middlebrook Pike.

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Tennessee House speaker recalls Isaac Hayes as friend

Posted: 08/11/2008 - Isaac Hayes may have declined to eat the barbecued raccoon at Tennessee House Speaker Jimmy Naifeh's annual gathering, but that didn't hurt an unlikely friendship between the late singer and the powerful Democratic lawmaker.

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Lenoir City standoff over, suspect dead

Updated: 08/11/2008 - The suspect in the Monday-afternoon standoff in Lenoir City is over, and the suspect is dead, according to our radio partner WIVK/ WNOX.

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Tennessee AG to investigate Ragsdale's office

Updated: 08/11/2008 - Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper has been appointed to investigate possible misuse of Knox County funds and alleged official misconduct in Knox County Mayor Mike Ragsdale's office, according to a letter District Attorney General Randy Nichols sent to Knox County Commissioners.

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US: Big powers urge Russia to accept truce

Posted: 08/11/2008 - A State Department spokesman says the U.S. wants "to see the Russians stand down" from its conflict with the former Soviet republic of Georgia.

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Van riders can now get a ride quicker

Posted: 08/11/2008 - A new centralized dispatching system will eliminate the two-day advance notice requirement for people needing seats on public transportation vans in rural areas of Tennessee.

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Mississippi bus crash kills 3, survivors due back in South Carolina

Posted: 08/11/2008 - More than 30 survivors of a casino bus crash that killed 3 people are expected to fly back home to South Carolina.

A spokeswoman for Harrah's Entertainment said 31 people were treated and released from a hospital after the Sunday morning wreck.

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Blessing backpacks to start the school year

Updated: 08/11/2008 - Knox County students returned to school on August 11th, which is why one area church wanted to send each pupil back to class with a backpack full of blessings.

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