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Authorities say the son-in-law of a couple killed when a package exploded in their Tennessee home is charged in their deaths and has a prior arson conviction. A State Fire Marshal's Office spokeswoman says Richard Parker is charged with first-degree murder and unlawful possession of a prohibited weapon.
The head of the Tennessee Valley Authority says five of the top 10 energy usage days in TVA history occurred last month as the region saw three waves of low temperatures. With plunging temperatures across the Southeast last month, TVA appealed to consumers to reduce power usage
Two White County residents have been indicted for the murder of 41 year old Jill Adcock Farley of Cookeville. Brian Anthony Logan, also known as Allyn Hodges Jr., and Miranda Michele Brown of Sparta were indicted on charges of first degree murder, felony murder and aggravated robbery. Authorities say Farley was sitting in a vehicle at a Dollar General store off Highway 111 when she got into an altercation and was struck in the head with a weapon.
The indictments came following a joint investigation involving the White County Sheriff's Department, Sparta Police, the District Attorney's office and the TBI.
2 Wrestlers from Stone Memorial High School have earned the right to advance in the TSSAA State Wrestling Tournament. Sophomore Justin Johnson and Junior Connor Heavilon both won 2 out of 3 of their matches on Thursday to advance in the tournament on Thursday. Both Johnson and Heavilon placed 2nd in their respective weight classes at the regional competition last weekend in Sevierville. Tournament play continues at 10am Friday morning in Franklin, TN
The District Basketball Tournament scheduled to begin Thursday is now set to tip Friday at Cookeville High School. At 6:00 Friday evening the Lady Cavaliers from Cookeville will take on the Warren County Lady Pioneers and at 7:30 the CCHS Jets play the Pioneers of Warren County. The games originally scheduled for Thursday will now be played on Saturday: the SMHS Lady Panthers vs. Rhea County and the White County Warriors vs. the Rhea County Eagles. The semi-finals have been pushed back to Monday; both the CCHS Lady Jets and the Stone Memorial Panthers are now scheduled to see their first tournament action on Monday. SMHS games will air on Mix 99.3 and CCHS action is on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY.