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Update: Tennessee Remains Under State of Emergency as Weather-related Death Toll Climbs to Eleven
TEMA/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday February 19, 2015

Tennessee remains under a State of Emergency as the weather-related death toll continues to climb. At least six people have died from hypothermia statewide: one each in Roane, Sequatchie, Shelby, and Hamilton Counties; two in Henry County. Four others have died in motor vehicle accidents caused by icy roads, and in Hickman County a dialysis patient died, unable to get to treatment because of the severe weather. The preliminary total of weather-related deaths now stands at 11 in Tennessee. Officials fear we could see even more weather-related fatalities as another wintry blast hits the Volunteer State. A Winter Storm Warning for ice and snow is in effect from noon Friday to 9 am CST Saturday with the potential for 1 to 2 inches of snow and up to a half inch of ice. The National Weather Service is urging everyone to get prepared for possible power outages.


Defendant in Tennessee armory shooting case will not testify
News Channel 9/AP Thursday February 19, 2015

A Tennessee National Guard recruiter charged in an armory shooting is not testifying at his federal trial. News Channel 9 reports that Amos Patton told a judge Wednesday that it was his decision to not testify in his trial on charges that he tried to kill four superiors in a shooting at the National Guard armory in Millington on Oct. 24, 2013. Prosecutors say Patton pulled a gun from a fanny pack and started shooting at fellow Guard members after he was removed from his job in a disciplinary meeting about a misconduct investigation. Patton's defense attorney argues Patton was trying to commit suicide, not kill his superiors, in the armory before he was grabbed by a Guard member and was wrestled to the ground, causing him to begin firing wildly.


Tennessee Remains Under State of Emergency as Weather-related Death Toll Climbs
TEMA/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday February 19, 2015

Tennessee remains under a State of Emergency as the weather-related death toll climbs. Three people have died from hypothermia, one each in Henry, Hamilton and Shelby Counties. Four others have died in motor vehicle accidents, bringing the preliminary total to 7 deaths due to the severe weather. On the Plateau, the low tonight will be around 5 degrees. A winter storm watch has been issued for Friday into Saturday for another round of wintery precipitation moving through the region with minor accumulations of snow, sleet, and freezing rain.


High School Basketball Tournament Sat., Feb. 21
Submitted:Patrick Teeples/Randel Trevena Thursday February 19, 2015

Saturday, February 21st the CCHS Jets play Cookeville at 4:30 p.m. (Boys Consolation) followed by the CCHS Lady Jets game with White County (Girls Championship) at 6:00 p.m. Follow the action from Cumberland County High School starting with the pregame at 4:25 p.m. on 102.5 WOW Country and online at

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The SMHS Panthers take on White County in the Boys Championship on Saturday, Feb. 21. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Catch all the action live from Cumberland County High School beginning with the pregame at 7:25 p.m. on Mix 99. 3 and online at


Burglars make off with cash from Palace Theater
CPD/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday February 19, 2015

City Police are investigating the theft of cash from the Palace Theater. The manager reported that sometime over the weekend someone had entered the building and taken cash from three registers. Detectives believe the theft occurred sometime Saturday, February 14th, as there had been an alarm activated at that time. There were no signs of forced entry into the premises.


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