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The Tennessee Department of Health has announced three new Ebola resources for Tennesseans:
Tennesseans with questions about the disease may call a toll-free number to obtain accurate, timely information: 1-877-857-2945.
TDH is providing additional information about Ebola virus disease on its website, including summaries of weekly activities and adding links to other sources of reliable information: http://health.state.tn.us/Ceds/ebola.htm.
Should a confirmed case occur in Tennessee, the department will make a public announcement and post information to the TDH website: http://health.state.tn.us/.
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A suspected shoplifter didnít stand a chance once K9 Arlo was put on his trail. Crossville police responded to a shoplifter at Walmart and were advised that a man wearing a blue hoodie sweatshirt had stolen a flashlight and exited the store in the direction of Ryanís restaurant. Officers deployed K9 Arlo who followed the suspectís trail behind Lansford Kawasaki where 20 year old William Greco, Jr. was found hiding in a briar patch. Greco was taken to the Cumberland County Justice Center on shoplifting and criminal trespassing charges.
Crossville Police are looking for two suspects who burglarized the Friendly Market on Old Lantana Road early Monday morning. When police arrived they found a front glass window broken and a rock lying on the floor inside the store. Video footage showed two subjects outside of the business and the suspects turned one of the cameras to face away from the door. Then they busted out a window and one entered the store through the broken window and exited the same way. Nothing appears to be missing at this time. Damage to the building was estimated at $1,000. Police have descriptions of the suspects and the investigation is ongoing.
The Vols/Alabama game will be played before a sold out crowd of 102,455 at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. Lane Kiffin, offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide, will return to Knoxville for the first time since he left the Vol program in 2010. The game will televised on ESPN2, but you can hear the game from the Vol Network starting with the Kickoff Call In Show at 5pm with kickoff set for 6:30 CT on your home of the Vols, 102.5 WOW Country! (Photo Courtesy WVLT).
A public hearing regarding the merger of Upper Cumberland Gas and Middle Tennessee Natural Gas will be held Thursday, October 23, at 11:30 a.m. in the large meeting room at the Cumberland County Courthouse. Itís estimated the merge would result in approximately 33 percent savings on monthly bills for Upper Cumberland Gas customers. Anyone interested is welcome to attend and ask questions and provide opinions on the merger.