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Baby at risk of brain damage from salt poisoning

Updated: 07/18/2008 - Doctors on Friday said children suffering from high levels of sodium in their blood -- like a 4-month-old Tennessee infant allegedly poisoned with salt water by his mother this week in Pennsylvania -- are at high-risk for permanent brain damage, if they survive.

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Public health expert testifies at TVA trial

Posted: 07/18/2008 - An expert from the Harvard School of Public Health has testified that reducing air pollution from Tennessee Valley Authority plants would save the lives of almost 100 North Carolina residents a year.

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Chattanooga's electric shuttles survive red ink

Posted: 07/18/2008 - Chattanooga's downtown electric shuttle service survived cost cutting aimed at a $1 million budget deficit but parking at meters will increase by 50 cents an hour, to 75 cents.

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VW, Toyota latest to buy TVA megasites

Posted: 07/18/2008 - The Tennessee Valley Authority's "megasite" economic development program is proving to be a megahit with major manufacturers.

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U.S. Military investigating intel before attack that killed East Tennessee soldier

Updated: 07/18/2008 - The United States Military has launched a fact-finding mission to figure out whether the Army had any intelligence about a possible Taliban assault in Afghanistan that killed nine U.S. troops, including Clinton, Tenn. native Jason Hovater, 24, according the CNN. Turn to Volunteer TV News and 5:30 and 6:00, as well as VolunteerTV.com for details on this developing story.

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FDA declares it's OK to eat tomatoes again

Posted: 07/17/2008 - The U.S. government has declared it's OK to eat tomatoes again, lifting its salmonella warning amid signs that the outbreak -- while not over -- may finally be slowing.

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