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Tow to Go for Halloween
Alan Spector/AAA Thursday October 30, 2014

A reminder if you're going to be partying this weekend: AAA, the Auto Club Group, and Bud Light are again offering the Tow to Go program in Tennessee for Halloween. The program is designed to help discourage an intoxicated driver from getting behind the wheel. Anyone, AAA member or not, can call for a Tow to Go ride for themselves and their vehicle, Friday through Saturday night. The number to call is 855-2-TOW-2-GO.

 


Tennessee Taxes Good for Biz
Alan Spector/The Tax Foundation Thursday October 30, 2014

When it comes to a tax structure that's conducive to doing business, Tennessee is one of the better states in the country for that. That's according to the Tax Foundation's 2015 State Business Tax Climate index, which ranks Tennessee 15th overall. Tennessee is eighth in the category of individual income tax, 15th in corporate tax, 26th in unemployment insurance tax, 37th in property tax and 47th in sales tax.

 


Early Voting Ends Today
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 30, 2014

Early Voting for the November 4th Election ends today and there are several big decisions you will make on this ballot that will include voting Yes or No on several Amendments. Yes on Amendment 1 allows government officials to have more power to change abortion laws. Yes on Amendment 2 allows the governor to appoint judges to the Appellate and Supreme Courts. State lawmakers would have to make approvements to those appointments and then voters would decide during the General Election. Also on the ballot is the Wine In Grocery Stores Bill. Early voting ends today at 5 p.m. at the Cumberland County Election Commission on Main Street in Crossville.

 
Crossville Police Seek Suspected Wal-Mart Shoplifter


Crossville Police Seek Suspected Wal-Mart Shoplifter
Crossville Crime Stoppers Wednesday October 29, 2014

Crossville police are seeking information on a theft that occurred at 6:30 PM on October 21, 2014. A female suspect entered the Crossville Wal-Mart and selected a Troy-Bilt leaf blower. The female then left the store without paying and drove away in a dark colored Ford Focus hatchback and exited the North end of the Wal-Mart parking lot. The photo Wal-Mart submitted shows a slender woman, between the ages of 25 and 45, with dirty blonde or light brown hair, wearing what appears to be a grey hoodie and tight capri pants. If you have any information on any persons involved, or think you may have seen this woman, please contact Crimestoppers and Sgt. Brian Eckelson at 200-1173 or 200-1147 or call Det. Donnie Hammons at the Crossville Police Department at 484-7231.

 


Trio Steals Baby Items from Hallmark
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday October 29, 2014

If you receive a Vera Bradley diaper bag and an “Elf on the Shelf” DVD for your baby shower, they could be stolen items. Crossville Police responded to a shoplifting call at Hallmark Tuesday afternoon. The suspects are described as two heavy set blonde women and a thin man with a full beard. They left the store in an older grey or purple mini van. The diaper bag was valued at $100, the DVD and another toy the trio swiped were valued at around $20. The investigation continues while police review the store’s surveillance video.

 

 
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