Monthly Archives: April 2014

New Charges In Bobo Case

A second person has been charged with first-degree murder and especially aggravated kidnapping in the disappearance of 20-year-old nursing student Holly Bobo three years ago. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn said authorities have not found Bobo’s body. However, … Continue reading

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Haslam Signs Narcotics Law

Governor Bill Hassam has signed into law legislation that would punish pregnant women who abuse narcotics. Hassam said Tuesday after signing the bill he knows about the concerns opponents have to the measure and will use the updates with the … Continue reading

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Industry Pushes for Veto

The Tennessee Hospitality industry calling on Governor Bill Haslam to veto a liquor bill that could create a cash crunch for many restaurants, bars and hotels. Current law allows liquor-by-the-drink licensees a 10-day window to pay for spirits bought from … Continue reading

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Distaster Relief in Lincoln County

Distaster relief groups converging on Lincoln County following Monday night’s deadly storms. The Red Cross opened an emergency shelter at the Fayetteville Recreation Center yesterday. Red Cross teams will offer food, water and other aid to those impacted by the … Continue reading

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Police Suspect Gang Violence in Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro Police believe two have died as the result of gang-related issues. Authorities were called to the Sycamore Circle address early Tuesday morning after neighbors reported hearing multiple gunshots. When officers arrived they found one man dead at the home. … Continue reading

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Haslam to Tour Storm Damage

Governor Bill Haslam set to tour tornado-ravaged Lincoln County today. The are recovering from a series of three possible twisters that tore through the county from the Alabama line to the Northeast, resulting in scattered damage in Franklin, Moore and … Continue reading

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Deadly Lincoln County Twister

A Lincoln County couple who sought shelter from possible tornadoes monday night died after they returned home thinking storms had passed. John Prince, age 60, and his wife, Karen, age 44, died as a sudden twister hit their manufactured home … Continue reading

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