Backlogged Rape Kits Left Eliza Fletcher’s Killer Walking Free; TN Senators Propose Federal Law To Stop Nationwide Backlog

Cleotha Abston Henderson, The Man Accused Of The Kidnapping And Murder Of A Memphis Teacher Eliza Fletcher, Has Now Been Connected To A 2021 Abduction After Results Of A Backlogged DNA Kit Were Received. A New Law That Went Into Effect Earlier This Year Would Have Prevented Both Of Those Crimes By Keeping Him In Jail.

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TN Tourism Teams Up With Armchair Productions For “Tennessee Music Pathways” Podcast

The Tennessee Department Of Tourist Development And Armchair Productions Teamed Up To Launch A Six-Episode Podcast Series Titled “Tennessee Music Pathways.” Presenter And Award-Winning Journalist Aaron Millar Traveled Across The State To Capture Unique Musical Stories, Performances And Interviews With Musicians, Historians And Fans, Highlighting Each Distinct Region’s Musical Heritage.

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Question & Answer Event With West TN Legislators Slated For August 16th

We The People Of West Tennessee Is Hosting An Educational, Informative Event For Patriots This Coming Tuesday Night, Aug. 16th, 2022. All Three Area Legislators Have Both Accepted And Confirmed Their Appearance And Have Been Notified Of The Legislation That Passed/Failed That Constituents Have Questions About.

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Rutherford County School Board Rejects Classical Education Charter School

The Rutherford County School Board Voted Down An Application By American Classical Academy To Open A Charter School In The Murfreesboro Area On Monday Night In A 6-1 Vote.

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7 Tennessee Community & Technical Colleges Awarded Grants For Career & Technical Education

Seven Tennessee Community And Technical Colleges Are Receiving Grants Totaling Just Over $5.7 Million To Boost Career And Technical Education Programs, Through The Federal Perkins Grant Program.

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Investigation Finds Questionable Cash-Handling Within Jackson-Madison County Metro Narcotics Unit

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Focuses On The Activities Of A Jackson Police Captain Who Has Managed The Administrative Aspects Of The Jackson-Madison County Metro Narcotics Unit’s Seizures And Forfeitures Since 2010.

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Scramble To House Ford Megasite Workers Begins

Celebrations For The $5.6 Billion Ford Motor Electric Truck And Battery Plant Are Over As State And Local Officials Run Headlong Into The Reality Of A Massive Construction Project.

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Beacon Center’s 2021 Pork Report Highlights Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars Of Waste, Fraud & Abuse In TN

The Beacon Center Of Tennessee Has Released This Year’s “Pork Report” In An Appropriately-Themed “Recipe Book” Entitled 12 Recipes For Government Waste, Fraud And Abuse. The Tongue-In-Cheek Recipes Lay Out The Problems And Offer Up Workable Conservative Solutions.

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Chattanooga Violent Crime Among Highest In U.S. Metro Areas

Nearly 3,500 Violent Crimes Were Reported In The Chattanooga Metro Area In 2020 — Or 613 For Every 100,000 People, A 16.6% Increase From The Previous Year. Rising Crime Rates In The Area Were Led By A 25.0% Rise In Murder Cases And A 34.5% Surge In Robberies.

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