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Efforts to Step Up Recruiting Center Safety to Cost $18M

Efforts to upgrade security at Tennessee National Guard Facilities following last month’s deadly attack in Chattanooga will cost an estimated $18 Million. Guard Adjutant General Max Haston tells State Lawmakers most all the funding would go toward added fencing at … Continue reading

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Tea Party Darling Cruz Makes Stops Across Tennessee

Republican Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, riding a polling lift after last week’s debate, welcomed standing room only crods at stops in Chattanooga, Murfreesboro and Franklin Monday. The Texas Senator, a Tea Party Favorite, attracted about 1,600 supports at the Franklin … Continue reading

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Truck Driver Responsible for 6 Deaths Now on Most Wanted List

A semi-truck driver indicted on 6 counts of vehicular homicide following a grinding interstate crash in Chattanooga in June has been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 most wanted list. Benjamin Brewer, age 39, was indicted Monday … Continue reading

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Man Survives 100 Foot Fall

Rescuers say a 61 year old man survived a 100 foot plunged off the side of Signal Mountain outside Chattanooga Sunday morning. The man was clearing brush at a home off North Palisades Drive when he fell from the cliff. … Continue reading

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Bill Haslam Calling for Increased Security at National Guard Locations

The volunteer guard effort outside military recruitment offices viewed as a stop gap effort until politicians react to last week’s Chattanooga rampage. Governor Bill Haslam is calling for stepped up security at National Guard locations. He’s also seeking to relax … Continue reading

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DesJarlais Plans Bill After Death of Marines

U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais announced Friday that he’ll introduce legislation Monday that would allow military personnel who have received firearms training to carry them on military installations. “Like so many in Tennessee and across our nation, I am heartbroken, angered … Continue reading

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