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Scientist: Leak of climate e-mails appalling

Posted: 11/22/2009 - A leading climate change scientist says the leak of documents stolen from a British research institute may be aimed at undermining talks at next month's Copenhagen global climate summit.

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MADD's annual candlelight vigil draws a crowd

Posted: 11/21/2009 - The holiday time is a difficult season for grieving families. Organizers say this event helps provide support to help survivors cope with their loss.

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Guns banned from bars, again

Updated: 11/23/2009 - It's once again illegal for you to carry a handgun into Tennessee bars even if you have a permit.

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George Thomas' alleged 'inflammatory' statement

Updated: 11/20/2009 - Prosecutors argued it makes their case. The defense says it's just not relevant. Both sides agree accused killer George Thomas' alleged statement to a Knox County Sheriff's deputy regarding an alleged victim is "inflammatory."

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Vols Football...one year later

Updated: 11/20/2009 - Heading into the Vandy game last year, Tennessee's 3-7 record meant instead of going bowling, the Vols would end the season rolling a gutter ball. Five wins gets you Christmas shopping early. But now, fans we spoke with say Tennessee Football is back!

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New pap smear guidelines

Updated: 11/20/2009 - On the heels of a mammography controversy, new recommendations are out regarding cervical cancer screenings. The guidelines suggest women wait until their 20's to have their first pap smear and they can be rescreened less often than previously recommended. We talked with local doctors about what you should do.

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Clayton Homes goes green and so can you

Updated: 11/20/2009 - You may be able to learn something from a Blount County business, and save some energy and money at the same time. Clayton Homes was certified green today after lowering energy usage and costs 33 percent.

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Officers serving warrant find body in Anderson Co. home

Updated: 05/19/2011 - Officers serving an arrest warrant at an Andersonville home Friday discovered human remains inside the house, and have requested the assistance of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Knox County Sheriff's Department bomb squad to recover them, according to supervisory U.S. Marshal Warren Mays.

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