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Blount County woman says internet company scammed her

Updated: 07/25/2008 - A Blount County woman feels scammed after she's spent more than a month trying to get a refund on a self help program from an internet company she says only amounted to getting some training manuals with a pricetag of $2,500.

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Mercy gets permission to move heart surgeries

Updated: 07/24/2008 - Now that Baptist Hospital downtown is closing, state regulators have given Mercy Health Partners permission to move its signature heart surgery program.

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Ground broken on East Tennessee's first heart hospital

Updated: 07/24/2008 - East Tennessee will soon have the region's first heart hospital, now that UT Medical Center has broken ground on a new $26 million wing specifically designed to deal with cardiovascular disease.

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Fulmer's Lawyer: "We'll deal with it" as coach fires back

Updated: 07/25/2008 - Lawyers for a former Alabama football booster say they handed a subpoena to Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer as he arrived at the annual Southeastern Conference football media days in suburban Birmingham. Coach Fulmer emphatically responds later in the day in Nashville.

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Church offers to buy Memphis Pyramid

Posted: 07/24/2008 - There's a new offer for the downtown Memphis arena where the Grizzlies and the University of Memphis formerly played basketball.

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LMU names dean of planned law school

Posted: 07/24/2008 - Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) hired Sydney A. Beckman as dean of the University's proposed School of Law this week. Beckman will begin work at LMU on August 1. The selection of a dean to guide the proposed law school through accreditation is the next step in LMU's effort to open the proposed School of Law by the fall of 2009.

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Summer camp helps kids deal with grief

Posted: 07/23/2008 - If your child has lost a loved one, there's a camp they can attend this summer to help them open up about their loss.

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East Tennessee store pays employees not to drive to work

Updated: 07/23/2008 - High gas prices are forcing many of us to find other ways to get to work, and Mast General Store on Gay Street in Downtown Knoxville is helping out by paying employees who don't drive to work.

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