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Dollywood To Develop Braille Book

Blind and visually impaired children will benefit from a new effort between the Dollywood Foundation in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and the American Printing House for the Blind in Louisville. The organizations have announced they will work together to provide Braille…

Musicians HOF Future In Doubt

The owner of the Musicians Hall of Fame said he is worried a plan to reopen the hall in the Municipal Auditorium is falling apart. The original location on Sixth Avenue South in downtown Nashville was condemned by the city…

Knoxville Raked By Storms

Authorities say severe storms have knocked down trees and power lines and left some 113,000 Knoxville-area customers without electricity. Knox County emergency dispatchers say they have numerous reports of trees into houses but no immediate reports of injuries. North Knoxville…

Lambuth Closing Affects Area Realty Numbers

This video is no longer available. Before Lambuth University's April announcement that it was closing, neighbors started voicing their concerns about the affect on the community. Now they said they are seeing the reality. Home "For Sale" signs have gone…

Martin Police Seek Help Finding Suspect

This video is no longer available. Police said it will take the help of the public to solve a murder that occurred at a Martin nightclub early Saturday morning. "There were several people around where the incident took place. We…

Former Dyer Co. Sheriff Charged with Arson

This video is no longer available. James "Tommy" Cribbs, once reigned over the old Dyer County Jail. But now he is forced to answer to current Sheriff Jeff Box. "None of us are above the law. We must set an…

Beer Board Suspends Club License

This video is no longer available. In a unanimous vote Tuesday, members of the City of Jackson Beer Board voted to suspend the alcohol permit for Club Diamond on 451 East College Street. Club Diamond, owned by Lemont Williams, 28,…

Dyer County Man Indicted for Murder

This video is no longer available. James Boxley, the man who Dyer County deputies believe killed his own nephew during a violent argument has been indicted in the fatal stabbing. A Dyer County grand jury indicted Boxley on a charge…

Beer Truck Turns Over on I-40

This video is no longer available. An overturned truck caused problems for drivers on a heavily traveled West Tennessee Interstate for a good portion of the day. The crash happened along Interstate 40, near mile marker 111 in Henderson County…

Dollar Tree Robbery Suspect Surrenders

This video is no longer available. After two weeks on the run, the Jackson man accused of robbing a co-worker while on the clock has turned himself in. Police said Brandon Cole, 21, surrendered to police around 8, Tuesday morning.…

Some Opry Mills Stores To Open By Christmas

Nashville's flooded Opry Mills mall will reopen several anchor stores in time for the 2011 holiday season. The mall's official reopening date is March 29, 2012, but the 20-screen Regal Cinemas movie theater and three other tenants will reopen earlier,…

Crime Report Shows Mixed Results

A 10-year study by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has found that some violent crimes and property crimes have decreased, but drug and disorderly conduct cases have increased. The report released Monday found that property crimes decreased by 9 percent…

State Capitol Vandalized

Surveillance cameras caught a person on video spray painting graffiti on parts of the Tennessee State Capitol over the weekend. More than one spot of the building was tagged with symbols and messages, like "Get Out." Workers were removing the…

Bourbon Boom Underway

Officials say Kentucky bourbon distilleries have spent at least $150 million to expand their operations, moves aimed at quenching an increasing worldwide thirst for the state's signature liquor. Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distillers' association, says it's one of…

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