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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Sports betting in Tennessee
A Tennessee bill to legalize sports betting is progressing. A House committee advanced the legislation Tuesday to allow statewide mobile and interactive sports gambling, without brick-and-mortar betting locations. The University of Tennessee and Vanderbilt University asked for changes to the law to bar various people from betting: including college athletes, certain school officials and board members, college students and employees with access to confidential information, among others. The law also would outlaw bets on individual college athlete performance. Asked about the bill, Republican Gov. Bill Lee has said he opposes expanded gambling, but his administration sometimes works to align legislation more with his views. In addition, a Senate committee has cast a nonbinding vote against the bill, but it is scheduled for another committee's consideration.

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Monday, July 15, 2019

  • Greene County drowning
  • Greene County fatal fire
  • Uhaul bust
  • Apple watch and Iphone theft
  • Ball injury
  • Speeders beware
  • Cocke crash update
  • Nathan Forrest Day

    Saturday, July 13, 2019

  • GSMNP body identified
  • Cocke County fire
  • Moore death case
  • Cap on jury awards

    Friday, July 12, 2019

  • Where to build a justice center
  • South Highway 321 crash
  • Haslam rules out US Senate run
  • Christmas at Dollywood

    Thursday, July 11, 2019

  • Denton indicted on drug and firearms charges
  • Denton indicted on drug and firearms charges
  • Cocke Circuit Court pleas
  • Tax free weekend
  • TWRA reports......
  • Denton raid

    Wednesday, July 10, 2019

  • Smith sentenced to 60 year prison term
  • Hance captured again
  • Newport City Council

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