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Morgan Co. Woman Dies While Putting Out Apartment Fire
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 6, 2015

A Morgan County woman died Monday morning while trying to put out an apartment fire. Authorities in Warburg say it appears that the blaze broke out at the foot of 65-year-old Ida Aytes bed. Before she died Aytes managed to keep the fire from spreading and likely saved other units at Clinch River Apartments. Her neighbors are calling her a hero. The cause of the fire has not been determined.

Ft. Campbell Soldier Arrested in TBI Sting

Ft. Campbell Soldier Arrested in TBI Sting
TBI Information Officer, Josh DeVine Monday October 5, 2015

A Ft. Campbell soldier has been arrested following a TBI investigation into illicit online activity. 25-year-old James Alexander West, of Clarksville, was apprehended at his residence on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, White posted to social media that he was interested in a sexual relationship with a child. Special Agents, acting with the assistance of the Clarksville Police Department, executed a search of Wests house on October 1st. During the search, agents identified images of child pornography on Wests digital devices. West was charged him with one count of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor. He was subsequently booked into the Montgomery County Jail, where he was later released after posting a $75,000 bond. (Photo Courtesy TBI).


Tennessee State Museum Audit Identifies Multiple Issues
Submitted: Justin P. Wilson, TN Comptroller Monday October 5, 2015

The Tennessee Comptrollers Division of State Audit has released its report on the Douglas Henry State Museum Commission, which includes the Tennessee State Museum. Auditors identified several problems and weaknesses within the Museums operations including the employee hiring process, purchasing, and documentation of artifacts. The report also notes water problems within the James K. Polk Cultural Center that pose a threat to the Museums artifacts at states that the Museum failed to safeguard alcoholic beverages that are used for receptions and stored on-site. Auditors will present their findings at a meeting of the General Assemblys Judiciary and Government Joint Subcommittee of Government Operations on October 21.


Tennessee Deploys Swift Water Rescue Teams to South Carolina
TEMA Monday October 5, 2015

The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), Tennessees Fire Marshals Office, and another 14 state and local agencies are providing swift water rescue personnel and equipment to South Carolina as the state struggles with catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Joaquin. Tennessee is sent nine swift water rescue teams to South Carolina, with a total of 83 personnel and more than 20 boats and water craft. This is Tennessees largest support effort to another state in an emergency since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.


$2 Million Powerball Ticket Sold in Smyrna, TN
Peg Broadcasting News Monday October 5, 2015

If you bought a Powerball ticket in Smyrna, Tennessee recently, you may want to take a look at it. A $2 Million Winning Ticket was sold there according to the Tennessee Lottery. Officials have not said where the winning ticket was purchased.


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