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Cleric al-Awlaki dubbed 'bin Laden of the Internet'

August 25th, 2010 4:58 am by Staff Report

As a student at Colorado State, Yusuf Siddiqui remembered fellow student Anwar al-Awlaki as someone concerned mostly about the "simple-minded clichs" that characterized the way Muslims were depicted in American television and movies. He didn't express ext

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Church baptizes 177 in a day

August 25th, 2010 4:55 am by Clint Cooper

CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. For once, said Darrell Henry, the Baptists didn't beat the Methodists to the restaurants after Sunday services.Instead, on a recent Sunday at Oakwood Baptist Church, the congregation held fast to its pews and applauded after 177 people c

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Doctor waits a month to tell 1,700 patients their personal information lost

August 25th, 2010 4:52 am by Michael Stone

A private Chattanooga doctor's office waited about a month to notify more than 1,700 patients that some of their personal information had been lost.The Chattanooga Family Practice on Spring Creek Road first noticed that a computer flash drive with patient

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Tennessee woman charged with holding teenage drinking parties; 11 minors found under alcohol influence

August 25th, 2010 4:49 am by Josh Adams

FRANKLIN A woman police say was warned twice not to host an underage drinking party is facing a misdemeanor charge that she did host a gathering where 11 minors were found under the influence of alcohol.Kimberly Jill Benson, 44, of 6 Prescott Place, spok

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10 injured, 4 critically when van crashes into hair salon

August 25th, 2010 4:47 am by Nash Armstrong

KINGSTON - Tiffany Coy is trained for health emergencies and has worked as a part-time emergency medical services worker.On Tuesday afternoon she used her training on friends and co-workers at the Kingston hair salon where she now makes a living.

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Slow burn: TVA to downsize 3 coal-fired plants in Tenn., Ky., and Ala.

August 25th, 2010 4:46 am by JEFF KEELING

The Tennessee Valley Authority will shut down two of the four coal-fired electric generating units at its John Sevier Fossil plant near Rogersville, part of a move to focus more on cleaner nuclear energy and energy efficiency efforts, CEO Tom Kilgore said

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Former owner to get APPCO stores back

August 25th, 2010 4:45 am by JEFF KEELING

The APPCO convenience store chain's former owner will get the rest of the 28 of his former stores back from the bankrupt current owner based on an agreement reached in bankruptcy court Tuesday leaving just one hurdle to those stores being fixed up and le

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Islamic extremists watching American protests over mosques with glee

August 24th, 2010 6:21 am by Staff Report

NPR is reporting counter terrorism experts worry the controversy surrounding an Islamic center near ground zero in Lower Manhattan is playing right into the hands of radical extremists.The supercharged debate over the proposed center has attracted the att

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