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Food truck sees crowd in Jacksboro


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As the city of Knoxville begins its one year pilot program for food trucks, other East TN towns have gotten a head start, and they are seeing results.

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Fire destroys LaFollette auto shop


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A LaFollette auto shop was deemed a total loss Monday afternoon after a fire.

Firefighters still don't know what caused the fire to spark around 4:15 in the afternoon.

Bill to extend life of Tenn. school buses on Haslam's desk


A bill that extends the life of school buses in Tennessee is now headed to the governor's desk.

Both chambers passed the measure this week.

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Campbell Co. school shooter walks free


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(WBIR) Kenneth Bartley is a free man.

Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood ruled Monday that the Campbell County High School shooter won't return to prison because of time already served.

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Scott County comes together to clean up


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(WBIR - Scott County) Garbage littering the highway has become more than just an eyesore in Scott County. Officials say it's hurting their image.

Campbell Co. HS shooter wants chance to clear record


(WBIR) Campbell County High School shooter Kenneth Bartley wants the chance to wipe his record clean.

Bartley's attorney Greg Isaacs filed paperwork this week, asking the judge to give his client judicial diversion, which would clear his record.

A jury convicted Bartley in February of reckless homicide for the 2005 shooting that killed a vice principal and injured two other administrators. Officials originally charged Bartley with first-degree murder, but jurors decided to convict him of the lesser charge.

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