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Trump signs bill to keep families together, ensure integrity of immigration laws
By Jeaneane Payne

U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) today joined 25 of his colleagues to introduce the Keep Families Together and Enforce the Law Act, which would keep families together while ensuring the integrity of our nation’s immigration laws. The legislation requires that children and their parents remain together during legal proceedings.
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Tennessee celebrates National Forage Week
KNOXVILLE – Governor Bill Haslam has signed a proclamation declaring that Tennessee will join the celebration of National Forage Week June 17-23. In his proclamation Haslam expressed the large impact that forage has on the Tennessee agricultural industry.
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Wilderness at the Smokies announces 10th Anniversary Summer Sweepstakes
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Big Clinch River Cleanup sign up time is here

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National Park needs service days volunteers
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Tennessee farms offer summer fun for city slickers
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Lisa Satterfield selected to lead South College Asheville
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Alizza Punzalan-Randle named as YWCA's new CEO
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Young-Williams hires development director

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Sarah Sheppeard takes office
as TBA president-elect

KCHD provides new E. coli update for Knoxville
KNOXVILLE – The Knox County Health Department (KCHD) continues to investigate a cluster of E. coli infections in children. All potential sources remain under investigation; however, the evidence continues to suggest the cases are associated with two probable sources.
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New film being shot in Knoxville depicts the Battle of Wilderness

KNOXVILLE - A new film is being shot in Knoxville. The highly anticipated film, 'Into the Wilderness', depicts the Battle of the Wilderness. The story is about a war-hardened Confederate soldier from North Carolina who is faced with a life-changing decision in the heat of battle.
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Knox County lawyer Charles Edward Daniel suspended
KNOXVILLE -- On June 8, 2018, the Supreme Court of Tennessee suspended Knoxville attorney Charles Edward Daniel from the practice of law for three (3) years, with one (1) year to be served on active suspension and the remaining two (2) years on probation.
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Don’t let “Splash and Dash” scams put a damper on home improvement projects
NASHVILLE – With the spring season underway, many Tennesseans are making plans to spruce up their homes with help from lawn care services and construction companies. The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Division of Consumer Affairs is reminding consumers to remain savvy and make sure the individual or business you hire for these home improvement projects doesn’t leave behind incomplete work and unresolved billing issues.
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Sevier County's Save Eaglets’ Habitat needs 200 volunteers
KNOXVILLE – Volunteer East Tennessee needs 200 volunteers to assist with cleanup of the Little Pigeon River. This is part of an event organized by Keep Sevier Beautiful and the American Eagle Foundation.
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