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Man Housed In The Coffee County Jail Charged With Criminal Homicide

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and several Middle Tennessee law enforcement agencies has resulted in a Winchester man being arrested and charged in the shooting death of a Bedford County woman. At the request of 17th District Attorney General Rob Carter, TBI Special Agents, working alongside detectives with the …

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Shooting Investigation Continues In Tullahoma

Tullahoma Police are continuing to investigate the shooting of Jeremy Fielding who fell into the apartment of his neighbor on East Grundy Street Monday night covered in blood. According to police, investigators met with Fielding Wednesday to ask him about the shooting and hopefully get a lead in the case. According to police Fielding was …

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UPDATE–Items Stolen From Vehicles At Two Manchester Businesses

We have an update on a story we brought you earlier this week. The Manchester Police Department is investigating thefts from vehicles at Marcrom’s Pharmacy and McArthur Manor. A male subject is a person of interest in the local thefts. We have now learned that a female may have also been involved. The man and …

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Students Taking Advanced Placement Exam Prep Courses

Thousands of students are taking advantage of Advanced Placement exam prep courses developed by faculty from the Tennessee Board of Regents. According to the TBR, more than 20,000 students in Tennessee and across the country have registered for the free online preparation courses in English and statistics. Officials say the courses, available for registration at …

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Bicycle Club Gives To Motlow

The Highland Rim Bicycle Club recently donated a portion of the proceeds from its annual Elk River Valley 100 bicycle ride to the Motlow College Foundation, according to Jan Rogers, director of advancement for the College. This year’s ride was the club’s 42nd anniversary for the ERV100 ride, with almost 200 riders participating. “The Highland …

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Franklin County Man Pleads Guilty To Arson and More

The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance announced this week that a Franklin County man will serve 15 years in a Tennessee prison after pleading guilty to arson and assault charges. John W. Worley, age 25 pleaded guilty to two (2) counts of Aggravated Assault and one (1) count of Arson stemming from an October …

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Gov. Haslam Addresses Unfunded Road Projects

Gov. Bill Haslam says a long-term revenue plan is needed to address Tennessee’s growing list of unfunded road projects. The Republican governor spoke to a conference of the Transportation Coalition of Tennessee in Murfreesboro on Tuesday. He urged the members, many of whom were local government officials, to explain to people in their communities that …

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Reaching Out to Ease the Pain from the Loss of a Child

Thousands of Tennessee families lose a pregnancy or newborn child every year, and experts say the loss can devastate an entire family, particularly when they don’t access help that is otherwise available. October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and Amy Moseley with the Hope Clinic for Women in Nashville says if you have …

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City of Tullahoma Finance Department Receives Awards

The City of Tullahoma has been notified by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) that it has received both the GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its FY2014-2015 budget and the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) for the Fiscal …

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