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President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Middle Tennessee on Wednesday. Officials have not said exactly where President Obama will visit, but they said he plans to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
Rangers with the Great Smoky Mountain National Park said rescue crews were able to hoist a teenage girl off a cliff with a helicopter Sunday afternoon. According to Local 8 Now, just after 10:30 Saturday night, an 18-year-old girl became stranded on an off-trail cliff above the Alum Cave Bluff area. Rangers made voice contact with her at 3:30 Sunday morning, and it was late Sunday afternoon before they were able to reach her by helicopter. The girl was in stable condition and was reunited safely with family after landing at the Sevierville Airport.
The Crossville Police Department has released more details in the burglary of a storage building at a local restaurant. Authorities say that on June 16th, two white male suspects, driving a white Dodge Dakota single cab pickup, pulled into the parking lot of Cancun Restaurant on Peavine Rd. The truck has black louvers, stripes or hood scoops on both sides of the hood, over the engine. The suspects parked next to the out building behind the business and made entry into the outbuilding. The suspects took a leaf blower, tools, towels, cleaners, cups, napkins, a steamer pot and a six foot red step ladder. Loss was estimated at $960. The suspects loaded the items into the bed of the pickup and left the parking lot, onto Peavine Rd and headed toward Hwy 70 E. You can view pictures of the suspects on the Crossville Crime Stoppers Facebook page. If you recognize the truck, the suspects or see the items listed, please contact Det. Donnie Hammons at the Crossville Police Department at 931-484-7231 or call LT. Brian Eckelson with Crimestoppers at 931-200-1173.
The 7th Annual Feds Feed Families Food Drive runs through August 28, 2015 with donated items benefitting the House of Hope and Bread of Life in Cumberland County. In addition to food, a wide variety of other items are needed, including household paper products, cleaning products, Personal Care Products for adults and children, and linens. For more information on how you can donate, the local USDA Service Center is located at 314 Old Jamestown Hwy, Crossville, TN and can be reached by phone at (931) 484-5442 ext 3, or (931) 484-6520 ext 2. Donated items can be dropped off at the Service Center at either the NRCS/SCD office or the FSA office between 8:00 and 4:30, Monday thru Friday, until August 28, 2015.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a Sobriety Roadside Safety Checkpoint on Highway 282 in Cumberland County on July 3rd, 2015, beginning at 7 p.m. Impaired driving is a serious crime that kills more than 16,000 people and injures over 305,000 others every year in the United States. Troopers will target those who operate a vehicle while impaired and take corrective actions for other violations observed while ensuring the protection of all motorists.