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4 arrested on drug charges were caring for infant


Morgan County authorities arrested four people after they found a home filled with drug paraphernalia, and a one-year-old child inside.

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Forestry official: Caryville fire suspected to be arson


(WBIR) Forestry Officials said the fire in Caryville is suspected to be arson.

Crews were fighting the fire overnight until around 1 a.m. and were back later Sunday morning.

According to the Tennessee Division of Forestry, the fire has covered about 250 acres and could spread depending on the conditions Sunday, but it appeared nearby homes were not under threat.

Morgan Co. missing teen returns home safe


Update:

A missing teen is home safe.

Morgan County authorities began looking for 17-year-old Tyler Collins Monday.

He went missing Friday near Coalfield, and the sheriff's office asked for the public's help to find him.

Wednesday, they say he returned home safely.

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The Morgan County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to find a missing teenager.

Bartley juror on verdict: 'We knew it was the right decision'


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(WBIR-Knoxville) When Stan Sisson heard he was on jury duty for the 2005 Campbell County High School shooting, he had initial thoughts.

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Icy conditions led to massive I-75 Campbell Co. crash


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Cash, pills, guns, pot uncovered in Campbell Co. raid


(WBIR) A drug raid in Campbell County uncovered $175,000 in cash, dozens of guns, bags of marijuana, and hundreds of prescription pills.

Campbell County deputies searched the home of Edgar Whitey Muse in the Elk Valley community on Friday after months of investigation.

Along with the cash, officials confiscated 49 guns, four bags of marijuana, and hundreds of assorted prescription pills. Campbell County Sheriff's Office said it this time, Muse has not been charged.

Bartley verdict receives mixed reactions


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(WBIR) Now that Kenneth Bartley is a free man, Campbell County community members are weighing in on the verdict.