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Study: When fertile, women want manly men

October 13th, 2010 2:38 pm by staff report

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2-week early voting period begins in Tenn.

October 13th, 2010 11:10 am by Associated Press

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Early voting got under way in Tennessee on Wednesday and election officials expect the turnout could beat the record for a non-presidential year. Democrat Mike McWherter and Republican Bill Haslam are joined by 14 independent candid

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Video of Tenn. teacher's classroom temper tantrum turns him into a YouTube star - VIDEO

October 13th, 2010 5:30 am by Staff Report

A high school algebra teacher who suffered a violent nervous breakdown in a Nashville classroom has become a YouTube star nearly overnight.The shocking video of Donald Brian Wood - who was filmed turning over tables and yelling at cowering students - has

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Donut-stealing woman solicited cop for sex

October 13th, 2010 5:05 am by Staff Report

The Smoking Gun is asking: What kind of a person steals a donut from a car, proceeds to pull down her pants and urinate in a parking lot, and, when being questioned by cops, offers to perform a sex act on the officer for $80?Meet Shantell Ishem.

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Expensive face-lift on Burger King's menu, fast-food chain may need to spend billions on refurbishing

October 13th, 2010 5:00 am by Staff Report

When Joyce Jacaruso Castillo grabbed a quick coffee at a McDonald's MCD in Manhattan last month, she was wowed by the low lighting, cushioned stools, and piped-in bossa nova music at one of the chain's newly remodeled units. The 69-year-old New Yorker doe

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Freelance workers reshape companies and jobs

October 13th, 2010 4:55 am by Staff Report

According to a USA Today report, Lancaster Advertising in Lewisville, Texas, used to have 15 employees, two office buildings and a loss on its balance sheet. Today, the firm has no staff, no buildings and a healthy profit. Owner Ken Lancaster draws from m

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Suspect in torture murder of pastor has history of crime

October 13th, 2010 4:49 am by Staff Report

The Chattanooga man accused of torturing and killing a local pastor has pleaded guilty to 11 crimes in seven years and had a history of schizophrenia, depression and emotional and personality disorders, court and medical records show.Police say Antonio He

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$200K in gold, silver coins dug up in Cherokee National Forest linked to Greeneville tax evader

October 13th, 2010 4:44 am by Jamie Satterfield

GREENEVILLE There's gold in them thar hills really. Just ask IRS Agent Jack Bumgardner of the agency's criminal investigations unit who last week dug up an estimated $200,000 or more in gold and silver coins in the Cherokee National Forest as part of an

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Drunk and nude, but not wild: Pair recount their 'stupid' escapade at E. Tenn. big-cat refuge

October 13th, 2010 4:42 am by Bob Fowler

Yes, they were nude and drinking beer on their porch while listening to Bob Dylan, say two men charged with incidents at a Roane County sanctuary for lions and tigers. But no, they didn't run naked through Tiger Haven, Jake Loftis and Samuel Adams say.Lof

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