'World's Longest Yard Sale' spans 6 states

The so-called "World's Longest Yard Sale" is being held this weekend across six states
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1st debate set for Sept. 25 in US Senate race in Tennessee

The first U.S. Senate debate between Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen and Republican U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn is set for Sept. 25
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1st Tennessee woman elected to full term in Congress dies

Marilyn Lloyd, the first Tennessee woman elected to a full term in Congress, has died
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5 being inducted in Marshall journalism Hall of Fame

Five graduates of Marshall University's W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications are being inducted into the school's Hall of Fame this month
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5 wounded in parking lot shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Police in Tennessee say five people have been wounded in a shooting outside a bar in Chattanooga
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A look at the Tennessee primary races

Primary elections for Tennessee's nine seats in the U.S. House are Thursday. Here's a look at who is running
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AP news guide: Aug. 2 primary election in Tennessee

Key nominations are at stake in Tennessee for open races for governor and U.S. Senate as early voting kicks off Friday
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Appeals court vacates DUI conviction

The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals has dismissed a drunken driving conviction, ruling that a roadblock that led to the man's arrest in Chattanooga was unconstitutional
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Bentonville High jazz program building strength

Bentonville High School's jazz band is back in the swing of things, five years after a staff member's death put it on hold
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Black Panther Party co-founder Elbert "Big Man" Howard dies

Elbert "Big Man" Howard, who was one of the six founding members of the Black Panther Party, has died at age 80
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Drift to thrift: Resale becoming the new normal for shoppers

An oversized nylon retro Adidas jacket sells for about $70 online; Collective Clothing has it for $35
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Dutchman's Curve: 100 years later

Dutchman's Curve: 100 years later. Why the 'worst train crash in American history,' 101 dead were so quickly forgotten
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Federal utility to build $300M control center in Tennessee

The Tennessee Valley Authority says it'll build a $300 million system operations center in the state as part of upgrades to its power grid but some residents have complained the federal utility hasn't been transparent
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For sale: 1852 Georgia depot that saw action in Civil War

Georgia train depot built before Civil War is on the market for a suggested price of $500,000
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Former bus driver convicted in fatal crash has bond revoked

A judge has revoked the bond of a former Tennessee school bus driver convicted in a crash that killed six children
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Former Tennessee officer arrested in Panama on theft charge

Authorities in Tennessee say a former police officer accused of stealing money from an evidence room 10 years ago has been arrested in Panama
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Genesis the Greykid looking to create new world through art

Chattanooga fixture Genesis the Greykid looking to create a new world through his art
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Georgia man dies in Tennessee lake

Police in Tennessee say a Georgia man with a church group has died while swimming at a lake
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Georgia's high school graduation rate rises to 81.6 percent

Georgia's high school graduation has increased and now stands at 81.6 percent
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Johnson family driven to succeed in Tennessee city

Bryan Johnson, who is finishing up his first year at the helm of Hamilton County Schools, wasn't the only new face to come to town in 2017
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Kansas woman reflects on helping inmate escape 12 years ago

A Kansas woman who assisted an inmate to escape in a dog crate 12 years ago is planning to write a memoir of her experience.
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Lawsuit: TennCare favors insurers over hospitals for needy

A large Tennessee hospital system is suing the state's Medicaid program, TennCare, claiming it's purposefully siphoning money from hospitals that treat needy citizens in order to favor insurance companies that often employ former TennCare employees
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Lewis urges togetherness and love in Hall of Fame speech

Ray Lewis used his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech to call for more enlightened leadership in our country
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Long-missing limestone statue returning to Indiana city

A statue of a 19th century Indiana businessman that vanished when a building was razed in the 1960s is returning home years after its rediscovery
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Man charged with threatening Tennessee congresswoman

A federal grand jury in Tennessee has indicted a man on charges of threatening U.S. Rep. Diane Black, who is running for governor
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Man dies after falling from trail in Tennessee

Officials say a man has died after falling from a trail in Tennessee
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New developer takes over mall site that has state tax aid

A new developer is taking over a plan to build a large shopping center on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
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New rail port boosts business interest in northern Georgia

Inland port linking north Georgia to coastal seaport generates new economic interest in area better known for nature tourism
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Pence to headline fundraiser for Blackburn's US Senate bid

Vice President Mike Pence will headline another Tennessee fundraiser for Republican U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn in her Senate bid
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Pence, Blackburn to attend conservative conference

Vice President Mike Pence will be one of the top guests at a conference for conservative leaders in Tennessee
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Program raises bees in the face of population decline

Ivy Academy student Noah Lewis walks outside to inspect the school's bee population each week
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Road race in memory of Massachusetts marine scheduled

A charity road race in memory of a Massachusetts Marine killed in the 2015 terrorist shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is scheduled for this weekend
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Tennessee county commission votes to allow liquor referendum

A Tennessee county is letting voters decide this November if liquor by the drink will be allowed across the county
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Tennessee editorial roundup

Summary of recent Tennessee newspaper editorials
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Tennessee insurers to cut Affordable Care Act premiums

Tennessee's biggest health insurers are cutting the premiums for individual plans under the Affordable Care Act's health care exchange market for the first time
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Tennessee median household income up by 5.8 percent in 2017

Gov. Bill Haslam's office says the median household income in Tennessee grew by 5.8 percent in 2017 compared to 2016
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Tennessee production company founder, 57, drowns in lake

Authorities say a prominent Tennessee filmmaker fell of a boat and drowned
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Tennessee Supreme Court reverses breath test fee ruling

The Tennessee Supreme Court has reversed a ruling that said it was unconstitutional for the state to require people found guilty of DUI to pay a fee if a blood or breath test was used to convict
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Tennessee tourism: $20B spent in 2017, $1.8B in tax revenue

State officials say a record-setting $20.8 billion was spent on tourism in Tennessee last year, a 6.3 percent increase from 2016
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The Latest: Controversial former GOP lawmaker loses primary

A former Tennessee lawmaker known for being skewered on late night comedy shows has failed in his bid to return to the state legislature
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The Latest: Roe wins GOP primary in Tennessee 1st District

Incumbent Phil Roe has won the Republican primary in Tennessee's 1st Congressional District in the northeastern part of the state
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The Latest: Trump to host both rally and fundraiser in TN

President Donald Trump has scheduled a second event during his upcoming visit to Tennessee
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Trucker seeks new trial in deadly 2015 Tennessee crash

A Kentucky trucker sentenced to more than five decades in prison for a crash that killed six is seeking a new trial, with defense attorneys arguing the state of Tennessee concealed crucial evidence
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University of Tennessee president Joe DiPietro retiring

University of Tennessee president Joe DiPietro announces his retirement plans
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Utility announces study to decide future of coal plants

The Tennessee Valley Authority has announced a new study to help it decide the future of coal fired plants in Tennessee and Kentucky
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