Monthly Archives: October 2015

Official: 2 Tennessee Officers Shot, Robbery Suspect Killed

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says two law enforcement officials were shot and a robbery suspect was killed during an exchange of gunfire. TBI spokesman Josh DeVine tells local media outlets the shooting in Hohenwald, about 80 miles southwest of … Continue reading

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Residents Reminded to Change Smoke Alarm Batteries

State officials are reminding Tennessee residents to change their smoke alarm batteries when they set their clocks back an hour this weekend. Tennesseans will “fall back” one hour on Sunday, Nov. 1, at 2 a.m. Fire Marshal Julie Mix McPeak … Continue reading

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Man who faked work at Knox County Trustee’s Office sentenced

A man who was on the payroll of the Knox County Trustee’s Office but did not perform any work has been ordered to pay $200,000 in restitution. Ray Mike Mubarak pleaded guilty on Thursday to theft. He will serve one … Continue reading

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Second Administrator at Bristol School Indicted This Year

A former vice principal of Holston View Elementary School in Bristol has been indicted for child neglect. Media outlets report a Sullivan County grand jury on Wednesday indicted 35-year-old Cherith Roberts, who is the second administrator at the school to … Continue reading

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2nd Person Charged in Deadly Shooting of Memphis Officer

  Authorities say the wife of a convicted felon charged in the shooting death of an off-duty police officer now faces federal charges of her own. The U.S. attorney’s office in Memphis says Natalie Clark has been indicted on charges … Continue reading

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Tennessee Veterans Memorial Coming to UT in November

A new Tennessee Veterans Memorial is coming to the University of Tennessee in Knoxville for the month of November. The Remembering Our Fallen tribute will arrive on the campus Nov. 3 and will remain until Nov. 28. It will be … Continue reading

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Events Commemorating Tennessee’s Role in WWI Scheduled

Events commemorating Tennessee’s role in World War I are set to take place next month. The Tennessee Great War Commission will be holding events related to the state’s involvement in the war, including the role of soldiers from the state … Continue reading

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