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Kentucky salt truck involved in deadly crash

Posted: 01/21/2016 - Kentucky State Police are investigating a crash involving a state salt truck and a car on KY-92 East in Whitley County. It happened just before noon Thursday and shut down the road for several hours.

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Bill targets tuition costs in Tennessee

Posted: 01/21/2016 - A bill that would control growing tuition costs at Tennessee state colleges and universities was filed by Senate Education Committee Chairman Dolores Gresham (R-Somerville).

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Winter storm warnings through Sunday morning

Updated: 01/22/2016 - The National Weather Service has posted Winter Storm Warnings across East Tennessee and SE Kentucky that run from 1 PM Friday through 7 PM Saturday in Knoxville and through Sunday morning for the Smokies.

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Knoxville road crews will work overnight

Posted: 01/20/2016 - The City of Knoxville announced that crews will work at full strength through Wednesday night plowing and salting main roads and trouble spots.

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Search for missing Tennessee toddler expanded

Updated: 01/20/2016 - WBBJ-TV in Jackson, Tennessee reports that Chester County officials have expanded the search area in their effort to find a missing 2 year-old. They do not believe foul play is involved in his disappearance.

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Bonnaroo 2016 lineup announced

Updated: 01/19/2016 - The Bonnaroo lineup was announced Tuesday evening with Pearl Jam as the headliner.

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Kentucky judge: 'I'm not black and I'm not Obama'

Posted: 01/19/2016 - Grayson County Judge/Executive Gary Logsdon apologized for his comments at Friday's court meeting on the discussion of a countywide ordinance that would prevent smoking in public places.

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Weather postpones roadwork on Spur

Posted: 01/19/2016 - Roadwork planned for the Spur has been postponed because of inclement weather heading into East Tennessee.

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KCSO Officer of the Year stuck with his gut feeling and saved children from harm

Posted: 01/19/2016 - Officer Kuykendall could have left when the paramedics said they did not need assistance, but he said that his gut feeling was to see for himself if the child was alright. Because of his quick action to investigate the incident, he potentially prevented future harm to the seven children.

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