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Man wielding sword charged with threatening brother

December 9th, 2010 4:30 am by NET Staff report

A city man arrested with a sword in his possession was charged with threatening to kill his brother, police said.Johnson City police were called Wednesday morning to 1617 Fairway Drive, where officers saw Adam Bowman, 18, 807 University Parkway, Apt. 307,

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Gallatin police chief on leave amid investigation into use of criminal database

December 9th, 2010 4:28 am by Sarah Kingsbury

Gallatin Police Chief John Tisdale is on paid administrative leave while the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation determines whether he misused a criminal database. On Wednesday, Tisdale said he is cooperating with the TBI but would not talk about the inv

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Trustee says, 'It's time for Belmont to change,' says school should rehire gay coach

December 8th, 2010 5:01 am by Staff Report

Mike Curb changed Belmont University's landscape by donating $10 million to help build the event center that bears his name. Now the president of Nashville-based Curb Records wants to change university policy by affirming that gays and lesbians are wel

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Facebook becomes a factor in divorces

December 8th, 2010 4:55 am by Staff Report

WVLT is asking its listeners if any of your friends gotten a divorce because of facebook? Local lawyers have seen many marriages end thanks to the social networking sight.And facebook is also causing more cases to be settled outside of court. Millions of

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Political involvement puts U.S. Chamber of Commerce in hot water from some Main St. chambers

December 8th, 2010 4:40 am by Staff Report

Politico is reporting that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is under fire from some local chambers over its hard-hitting $75 million ad campaign to elect a Republican House, with dozens of groups distancing themselves from the effort and a handful even quitti

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Tenn. probation officers must stop using polygraphs in sex offender supervision

December 8th, 2010 4:25 am by Brandon Gee

Tennessee probation officers who used polygraph testing popularly known as lie detector tests in their supervision of sex offenders were told to stop in July because of legal concerns. But some probation officers see it as a useful tool and wish they

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Palin success triggered FCC complaints; "Dancing with the Stars" viewers angered about voting, hug

December 7th, 2010 4:58 am by Staff Report

The Smoking Gun is reporting that in the days after Bristol Palin was voted into the finals of "Dancing with the Stars," viewers from across the country wrote to the Federal Communications Commission accusing the ABC show of everything from running a "pay

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