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Tennessee 1 of 7 States Getting No Child Left Behind Wiaver
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 24, 2015

The U.S. Department of Education has approved Tennessee’s waiver request from certain provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act. Critics have complained there is too much testing and the law is too punitive for schools deemed to be failing. Seven other states were given the waiver approval Thursday, but Tennessee is the only one receiving an additional four years of flexibility. “With the state’s current waiver set to expire this summer and no final action on federal ESEA reauthorization, the waiver renewal is crucial to Tennessee’s ability to establish and implement a state-specific accountability system and avoid the rigid Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) model established by NCLB”, the State Department said.


June 2015 County Unemployment
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 24, 2015

Statewide county unemployment rates for June 2015 show the rates increased in 94 of Tennessee’s 95 counties. Only Overton County saw a decrease in the unemployment rate with June’s 7.5% compared to May’s 7.7%. Cumberland County’s jobless rate rose 0.7% up from May’s rate of 6.9 to June’s 7.6%. Williamson County had the state’s lowest unemployment rate at 4.6%; Hancock County had the highest at 12.7%.


Peyton Manning Launches Charity To Aid Families of Chattanooga Shooting Victims
Peg Broadcasting News Friday July 24, 2015

Former Vol and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has set up a charity to aid the families and honor those slain in the Chattanooga shootings. It’s called the Chattanooga Heroes Fund and it is being managed through the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga. The fund will help those who will struggle financially due to the loss of their loved one. To make a donation online go to


$1M Powerball Ticket Purchased In Nashville
Tennessee Lottery Thursday July 23, 2015

A lucky Powerball player is holding a ticket purchased in Nashville now worth a cool $1 million after last night’s drawing. This makes the 18th win of $1 million or more this year, and the 171st such win since the Lottery began selling tickets January 20, 2004. No additional information is known until the prize is claimed. If the player had used the “Power Play” option for an extra $1, the prize would have been doubled to $2 million.

Savannah, TN Mayor Wants Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue if Memphis Does Not

Savannah, TN Mayor Wants Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue if Memphis Does Not
Peg Broadcasting News/WVLT Thursday July 23, 2015

The mayor of Savannah, Tennessee says he’ll take a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest if the city of Memphis votes to remove it from their city park. The Memphis City Council is set to vote on whether or not to keep the monument to the Confederate General. Savannah,TN is near Shiloh National Military Park and Mayor Bob Shutt says the statue would help drive tourism to his town. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)


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