FORTY HORSES DISCOVERED VIRTUALLY STARVED IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

Tuesday, July 1, 2014Not much details yet, but reports indicate that approximately forty horses have been discovered severely malnourished just off Highway 70 West in Cumberland County.  Acting on a tip, officers found the horses and do have a suspect in the case.  The investigation is ongoing.

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LADY SETS HOUSE ON FIRE TRYING TO KILL A SPIDER, IN JAIL FOR ARSON

Tuesday, July 1, 2014A Kansas woman found herself in a precarious situation Friday after she set her duplex on fire trying to kill a spider. Five firetrucks later, the police proved to be less than sympathetic with the plight of the single lady as she struggled to deal with the arachnid. According to the Hutchinson News, 34-year-old…

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WE CAN RUN YELLOW LIGHTS, BREAK CAR WINDOWS, GROW HEMP AND OTHER LAWS STARTING TODAY

Tuesday, July 1, 2014July 1 marks the first day many new Tennessee laws go into effect, from new restrictions on cold medication to legislation allowing drivers to run yellow lights. Here are 14 new laws you may not have been aware of: 1. KNIFE POSSESSION A new law overrides local restrictions on knives, making it legal throughout…

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SAYING FAREWELL TO A GREAT STATESMAN: HOWARD BAKER JR.

Monday, June 30, 2014Hundreds gathered at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center of Public Policy on the University of Tennessee campus on Monday to pay their respects to one of Tennessee’s most respected statesmen. Howard Baker Jr, the former Senator and U.S. ambassador, died at his home on Thursday. On Monday, people slowly filed by…

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