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INOAC Corp. to pay $2.35 million for fixing prices on auto parts
WASHINGTON — INOAC Corp. has agreed to plead guilty and to pay a $2.35 million criminal fine for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices and rig bids on certain plastic interior trim automotive parts installed in cars sold to U.S. consumers. INOAC is the thirty-eighth company to plead guilty in auto parts investigation.
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WUTK voted “Knoxville’s Best Radio Station” for the tenth straight year
KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee’s student radio station, WUTK 90.3 The Rock, was recently voted “Knoxville’s Best Radio Station” in the inaugural Knoxville Mercury “Top Knox” readers’ poll.
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Art Market Gallery features Thie and Conliffe in December
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Local fishing chapter supports National Park’s brook trout
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John Bailes selected to participate in Leadership Knoxville
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UT Gardens December 2015 Plant of the Month: American Beech
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Holiday Fun: Visit a Tennessee Christmas Tree Farm
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Creation Museum celebrates Christmas with new events, more lights, and live nativity
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Knoxville student receives Diversity Award

Pfc. Jessie Adams sends a greeting to Mascot, Tennessee from Camp Humphreys for Holiday Season 2015

A Victim-Centered Approach to Sex Trafficking Cases
By Larry Alvarez, M.S., and Jocelyn Cañas-Moreira

A 17-year-old girl was lured by someone she thought was an older boyfriend. She ran away from home to be with him, becoming isolated and estranged from her middle-class parents. With meager funds and no education or work experience, the girl was told to use her body. Almost immediately, she began dancing at a strip club and having sex for money. Her body was sold on the Internet and in classified ads, at strip clubs and private parties, and on the streets, sometimes as often as 20 times per day.
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Facebook post leads to donation of tablets to fourth grade class
KNOXVILLE – What started as a comment on a math company’s Facebook blog turned into a welcome surprise for a West Hills Elementary School fourth grade class.
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TVA Campgrounds, visitor centers winter hours announced
KNOXVILLE ̶ Tennessee Valley Authority campgrounds and visitor centers at TVA dams and reservoirs are reducing hours or closing for the season.


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