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Emma, William Maintain Titles as Tennessee's Top Baby Names Broadcasting News Wednesday January 11, 2017

Emma and William are the most popular names chosen by new Tennessee parents for their babies born in 2016. Names chosen for babies are recorded and tallied by the Tennessee Department of Healths Office of Vital Records, which registers some 240,000 new records of births, deaths, marriages and divorces every year.

William has remained the top name chosen for baby boys born in Tennessee for a decade, coming in as the most popular choice for ten straight years. Emma has been the most popular name for Tennessee baby girls since 2011.

There are ties for the top choices in three slots on the list of boys names this year.

The top 10 names Tennessee parents chose for their new babies born in 2016* are as follows:

Top names for girls:
1. Emma
2. Olivia
3. Ava
4. Harper
5. Isabella
6. Amelia
7. Elizabeth
8. Ella
9. Charlotte
10. Abigal
Top names for boys:
1. William
2. Elijah, James (tie)
3. Mason
4. Noah
5. Jackson, Liam (tie)
6. John, Michael (tie)
7. Benjamin
8. Aiden
9. Jacob
10. Carter


CCHS Class of 2017 FAFSA Frenzy is Thursday, January 12
Tuesday January 10, 2017

The TNFAFSA Frenzy for the Cumberland County High School Class of 2017 will be on Thursday, January 12, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Library Computer Lab at CCHS. Seniors and their parents can get free on-site assistance filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from a Tennessee Achieves representative.

What to Bring (If Available):
2015 Federal Tax Return or other income documentation
Social Security numbers for student and parent
Driver's licenses (if any) for student and parent
Your alien registration card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)

To remain eligible for the TN Promise Scholarship you MUST complete and submit your 2017-18 FAFSA by January 17, 2017.

Crimestoppers Looking for Leonard Valentine Wallace, Wanted Person No. 36

Crimestoppers Looking for Leonard Valentine Wallace, Wanted Person No. 36
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer-Crossville Police Tuesday January 10, 2017

The Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers is asking for your help in finding Leonard Valentine Wallace, who is wanted for Failure to Appear on DUI, Simple Possession, Driving on Revoked and Driving on a Suspended License. Leonard Valentine Wallace is a 51 year old white male, known to frequent the York Road area of Cumberland County.

If you know where LEONARD VALENTINE WALLACE is hiding out, please call the Crimestoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. There will be a minimum $200 payout for information leading to the arrest of this profiled person!

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Gas Prices
Tuesday January 10, 2017

Motorists saw little change at the gas pump last week. Compared to a week ago, the average price rose one cent in Tennessee.

The Tennessee average price of $2.14 held stable over the last three days after rising 6 cents in nine days.

AAA spokesman Mark Jenkins said frozen gas prices are a good sign that we could soon see some relief at the pump. He said now that the holidays are over and cold weather is moving across much of the country, gasoline demand should drop, prices could too.

The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is $2.36. Tennessee's average of $2.14 is ten cents higher than one month ago, and 40 cents higher than a year ago.


Lawmakers Convene
AP Tuesday January 10, 2017

State lawmakers convene the 110th Tennessee General Assembly on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 with new leadership in the Senate and a House speaker eying a gubernatorial bid.

Both chambers featuring heavy Republican majorities are scheduled to begin their organizational sessions at noon Central.

Longtime Sen. Randy McNally of Oak Ridge is the Republican nominee to succeed Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey of Blountville. Rep. Beth Harwell of Nashville is the GOP choice to stay in charge of the House, though her 40-30 nomination vote was closer than she hoped.

Harwell is among several prominent Republicans pondering a bid to succeed term-limited Gov. Bill Haslam in 2018, and political considerations might complicate a session in which the governor is expected to ask lawmakers to approve the state's first gasoline tax hike since 1989.


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