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Crews reopen I-75 S. near TN/KY border Wednesday morning



UPDATE 8:30 a.m.

Crews cleared the site of a wreck and chemical spill in Campbell County, after working all night to regrade, repave and reopen the road.

Two tractor trailers collided Tuesday at about 2:30 p.m., shutting down the interstate near the 159 mile marker. By 4 a.m., workers managed to reopen the southbound lanes of I-75 near Jellico.


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More than 160 jobs lost as three businesses close


More than a 100 workers in Campbell County will soon be out of a job as three businesses shut their doors.

Ex-teacher charged with murder, kidnapping pleads not guilty


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A former Campbell County teacher, accused of murdering and kidnapping a LaFollette woman, pleaded not guilty in court Monday morning.

Lonnie Lee Vann charged with murder of missing woman


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Groups rehab the Cumberland Trail


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Tennessee State Parks want to finish a project the organization started almost 50 years ago.

They're working to rehabilitate and maintain hundreds of miles of historic trails and land through the Cumberland Trail project.

Search continues 3 weeks after Campbell Co. woman vanished


ID=20832875There are still no signs of a Campbell County woman who disappeared exactly three weeks ago.

Rhonda Daughtery vanished from her home Dec. 2, but her purse, cell phone and keys were still inside. Aaron Evans, with the Campbell County Sheriff's Office, said the community has really stepped up.

Nearly three weeks since a Campbell Co woman disappeared


Nearly three weeks since a Campbell Co woman disappearedThree (WBIR - Campbell County) It has been nearly three weeks since a Campbell County woman was reported missing from her home.

Rhonda Daugherty was reported missing from her home December 2.

There is a $10,000 reward for any information on the missing wife, mother, and grandmother.

If you have any information on Daugherty, please contact the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation or the Sheriff's Office at 423-562-7446.

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