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TN revenue collections still below expectations
AP Wednesday April 16, 2014

Tennessee revenue collections are showing signs of improvement, but are still well below expectations. The state's general fund collections came in $4 million short of projections in March. Through the first eight months of the budget year, general fund collections have come up $264 million short of projections.

 
Jets lose to Cookeville 7-0


Jets lose to Cookeville 7-0
GC Tuesday April 15, 2014

The Cumberland County Jets dropped a 7-0 contest to Cookeville on Monday at Cookeville. Morgan Richards took the loss for the Cumberland County Jets allowing seven runs in 5 1/3 innings, walking six and striking out three. Ethan Cunningham (pictured) led the Jet hitters with two hits while Grant Parrett, Justin Shipe and Nathaniel Wyatt each had one hit. The Jets 14-9 (6-4 District) host Cookeville Wednesday night at Jet Park.

 


Cuonzo Martin leaving University of Tennessee for California
WVLT Tuesday April 15, 2014

Sources close to Local 8 News say UT Men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin is leaving Tennessee. Martin is going to California to replace Mike Montgomery. Martin just finished up his third year with UT taking them to the sweet sixteen for the first time since 2010. Martin recently renegotiated a contract with the athletics department after rumors surfaced about an opening at Marquette

 


Spring Break begins Weds
Stace Tuesday April 15, 2014

Spring Break starts tomorrow (Weds) in Cumberland County. The break was cut short by two days in order to make up for excessive snow days taken earlier in the year. Classes will resume on Monday April 21st

 


Open Carry Firearm bill defeated in House
AP Tuesday April 15, 2014

A bill seeking to allow Tennesseans to openly carry firearms in public without permits has been defeated in a House subcommittee. The full Senate had passed its version of the bill on a 25-2 vote last week. The measure sought to eliminate the state's background and training requirements for openly carrying guns in public, but would have kept the permit rules in place for concealed firearms

 

 
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