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TN National Guard Soldiers return home from year-long deployment
tn.gov Monday October 16, 2017

Approximately 120 Soldiers with the Tennessee Army National Guard 230th Signal Company, out of Nashville, Tenn., returned home over the weekend from a year-long deployment overseas. The Soldiers were tasked with providing IT support to U.S. Troops in seven different countries: Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Syria, Qatar and United Arab Emirates.

 


UPDATE: MISSING WOMAN HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE
Peg Broadcasting News Saturday October 14, 2017

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has located a woman who went missing Tuesday afternoon. 31-year-old Shanin Mehle was found safe around 3:30 p.m. Friday. Police did not immediately release information on how she was found. The search for Mehle began Tuesday afternoon when her vehicle was discovered abandoned with her cell phone and personal property inside.

 


Distracted Driving on the Rise in Tennessee
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 13, 2017

This week the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) and the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) partnered with local law enforcement agencies for Tennessee's second statewide bus tour to crack down on distracted driving in the Volunteer State. The bus tour proved successful once again, with hundreds of people pulled over for not paying attention to the road. In April 2017, Tennessee's first bus tour yielded 224 total traffic citations statewide. During the second tour, law enforcement officers issued a total of 905 citations statewide. Distracted driving is on the rise in Tennessee with 22,700 crashes so far this year; 81 of those wrecks were fatal.

 


SMHS are the District 6-AA Girl's Soccer Champ's
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 13, 2017

The Stone Memorial High School Lady Panthers defeated cross town rival Cumberland County High School Lady Jets 1-0 to claim the District 6-AA Girls Soccer championship. Both teams advance to region play next week.

 


Knox Co. trafficking sting leads to discovery of missing N.C. child
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 13, 2017

A missing North Carolina child is being reunited with her family after a human trafficking bust at a West Knoxville motel resulted in three arrests, reports WVLT. The Knox County Sheriff's Office Vice Unit arrested two women for prostitution and one man for human trafficking. During the sting the KCSO Vice Unit found a juvenile female in the man's vehicle. The girl was verified through the National Crime Information Center as a missing juvenile from Asheville, N.C. "A Walk For Freedom" human trafficking awareness event is scheduled on Main Street in Crossville this Saturday, October 14th from 8-10 am. To participate, go online to a21.org/crossville to register. If you have any questions, please contact Emalee Breeding at 931-200-2905 or emaleesue@charter.net.

 

 
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