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Quick stop for breakfast led Tennessee woman buying an instant ticket worth 1 million dollars

According to the TELC officials, the lucky woman said that she enjoys playing a Tennessee Lottery game in the car on the way to work with her husband. Luckily, one morning, she bought a ticket worth 1 million dollars. The lucky woman said that she is tremendously thankful to the Tennessee Lottery, not only for the big prize, but also for helping fund part of her daughter’s education through a lottery-funded program.
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Gov. Lee and Agriculture Commissioner Charlie Hatcher are announcing 15 businesses will benefit from the latest round of Agricultural Enterprise Fund awards

Chattanooga, TN – According to the state officials, Agricultural Enterprise Fund is a program that incentivizes new or expanding agricultural, food, and forestry businesses in Tennessee and supports Governor Lee’s priorities of job creation and economic growth in rural areas. Awards are made to those who demonstrate a...
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Man arrested, charged with reckless endangerment after shots fired incident on Treasury Drive

Cleveland, TN – According to the Cleveland Police Department officials, this unfortunate incident occurred right after 5 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. It happened on Treasury Drive. Cleveland Police Department officers and Bradley County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a shooting call. The responding officers discovered that the suspect, later identified...
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The Tennessee National Guard’s 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment is conducting a change of command ceremony at Knoxville’s West High School football field on Sunday

Knoxville, TN – State officials have announced that Col. Turner will relinquish command to Lt. Col. Timothy Shubert. Turner is the 15th commander of the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment. After taking command in Dec. 2020, Turner placed heavy emphasis on readiness and ensuring the 278th was trained and equipped...
KNOXVILLE, TN

32-year-old woman arrested, charged with aggravated child abuse in relation to the death of 13-year-old boy

Clarksville, TN – According to the Clarksville Police Department, the 32-year-old woman was arrested and taken into custody on Tuesday. Her name is Cheyenne Maddox and she is now charged with aggravated child abuse/neglect/endangerment of a child in connection to the death of 13-year-old Kadaris Maddox. The 32-year-old woman...
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Gov. Lee and the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security invited Tennesseans to get ready for the new school year by downloading the SafeTN app

Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, the SafeTN app gives every Tennessean a direct line for confidentially reporting suspicious or concerning activity within schools. Concerns and tips are vetted by law enforcement 24/7 to address circumstances like:. · Violence or assault. · Threats of violence or a...
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The Chief Elevator Inspector from the DLWD’s Elevator Unit traveled to Gatlinburg to investigate the Chondola Chair Lift at Anakeesta after the reported death of a passenger

Gatlinburg, TN – According to the state officials, the chair lift is considered a conveyance device and is under the jurisdiction of the state’s Elevator Unit. The Chief Elevator Inspector from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Elevator Unit traveled to Gatlinburg after the reported death of a passenger on Thursday, July 28, 2022.
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TDHS: Eligible students will be issued pandemic EBT benefits beginning July 30, 2022

Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, the TDHS announced three new developments with the administration of the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Program. School Year 2021/2022 P-EBT – the distribution of P-EBT benefits covering the 2021/2022 school year will begin on July 30, 2022. Eligibility for P-EBT is based on National School Lunch Program qualification and school attendance related to COVID-19. P-EBT benefits are available to children who:
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