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Former Vol and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has set up a charity to aid the families and honor those slain in the Chattanooga shootings. It’s called the Chattanooga Heroes Fund and it is being managed through the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga. The fund will help those who will struggle financially due to the loss of their loved one. To make a donation online go to cfgc.org.
A lucky Powerball player is holding a ticket purchased in Nashville now worth a cool $1 million after last night’s drawing. This makes the 18th win of $1 million or more this year, and the 171st such win since the Lottery began selling tickets January 20, 2004. No additional information is known until the prize is claimed. If the player had used the “Power Play” option for an extra $1, the prize would have been doubled to $2 million.
The mayor of Savannah, Tennessee says he’ll take a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest if the city of Memphis votes to remove it from their city park. The Memphis City Council is set to vote on whether or not to keep the monument to the Confederate General. Savannah,TN is near Shiloh National Military Park and Mayor Bob Shutt says the statue would help drive tourism to his town. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)
A Colorado Couple was robbed at Comfort Suites on Tuesday. The man and woman told Crossville Police that they were getting into their vehicle in the hotel’s parking lot when a black man opened the passenger side door and took the woman’s purse. The suspect then got into a Beige van and left the Comfort Suites parking lot and headed towards Highway 70 East. The victims were able to obtain a partial Tennessee License plate number: 523Y. Loss was estimated at $355. The case remains under investigation.
A Cumberland County man was the victim of a hit and run at the Crossville Walmart. The victim told police he was walking out of the grocery side of the store when a black car hit his buggy in the crosswalk and kept on going. The victim, who was not hurt, was able to get a partial tag number: UB 540. Crossville Police continue to investigate.