|There are no live appearances currently scheduled.|
Provided by Fox News Network
For comments on News Stories, call the Peg Broadcasting News Department at 707-1102, fax us at 707-1220, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Time is running out to submit your entry for this year’s City of Crossville Christmas Parade Theme Contest. The winner of the theme contest will be awarded gift certificates from area merchants and will see their theme come to life during the parade on Saturday, December 13th. Submit your theme idea to Billy Loggins at 392 North Main Street, Crossville TN, 38558 or email to email@example.com. Deadline for entries is August 13th.
With Cumberland County students heading back to class tomorrow (Wednesday), school officials are reminding parents of high school students that high schoolers are required to attend the entire day of class- from 7:45 until the 10am dismissal
A Cherry Branch Road woman is facing several charges, including child neglect, after being arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Deputies conducted a traffic stop after witnessing the vehicle driven by 33 year old Tracy Jo Tindall crossing the center lane several times. Deputies say a young female and 3 other heavily intoxicated adults were also in the truck. The child was released to a responsible party. Deputies arrested the other 3 adults for public intoxication and child abuse, for their lack of concern for the child’s well-being. Tindall is charged with driving with a suspended license, violation of the implied consent law, child neglect and driving under the influence.
4 people have been disqualified from welfare benefits for failure to comply with a new law which requires them to submit to drug testing. The new law went into effect on July 1st and only affects 10 of the 812 people who applied for the Tennessee Families First cash assistance program. Officials say most passed a written drug screening, but The Tennessean reports six others submitted to testing and one of those failed. Further actions could include referral to a treatment program in order to get benefits or disqualification
University of Tennessee Head Football Coach Butch Jones has banned his players from speaking to media until their performance on the field improves. The coach cancelled a scheduled session with the media yesterday (Monday) because he says his player’s performance had deteriorated during practice. Jones says he will be speaking for the team until the players “earn the right” to talk with reporters.