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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING School voucher bill tabled in Tennessee House legislature https://t.co/P9Ht3ImN5P #WATE https://t.co/MZJuq0egDt - @6News

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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING Voucher bill has stalled in the Tennessee House. https://t.co/TXEjdKzAk8 - @Tennessean

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Zika virus outbreak 2016

Tennessee health officials confirm first case of Zika virus in state; patient had recently travelled to South America - WATE

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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING: #TNReady tests will be taken on paper after being halted due to technology failure. https://t.co/3ExOjWDXIK - @Tennessean

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Tennessee, US

#AmberAlert: Missing Tennessee 12-year-old Constance Morris https://t.co/779v1SkSk2 - @aldotcom

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Tennessee, US

#BreakingNews Oak Ridge WR Tee Higgins decommits from UT's 2017 class https://t.co/zlA7f6BBtX https://t.co/c3nfjCI5MT - @knoxnews

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Tennessee, US

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam presents $34.8 billion spending plan, calls for $104.6 million for teacher pay raises - The Tennessean, AP

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Tennessee state of emergency officially ends; state officials say no issues, hazards remaining after winter storm

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health

Major surge in Hepatitis B cases seen in 3 Appalachian states; CDC study blames rise of injection drug abuse - USA Today

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Memphis, TN

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to take lead in Memphis officer-involved shooting investigation; reports 1 suspect dead - FOX13

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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING: As Rep. Jeremy Durham leaves caucus, GOP leaders acknowledge knowing more about possible complaints. https://t.co/VOvA0yOBED - @Tennessean

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Tennessee, US

Tennessee House GOP Caucus calls meeting to discuss allegations of inappropriate behavior by Rep. Jeremy Durham - The Tennessean

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Editor's note: The Associated Press reports there are at least 25 snowstorm-related deaths on the East Coast. Deaths include: 2 in Kentucky, 2 in Maryland, 2 in New Jersey, 3 people in New York City, 6 in North Carolina, 1 in Ohio, 1 in Pennsylvania, 2 in Tennessee, and 5 in Virginia. Additionally, Baltimore, Md., authorities reported one death that is possibly related to the snow, but did not provide details. - Rebecca

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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING: Body found in Mississippi River near Blytheville>>https://t.co/96PUITjVtp https://t.co/PcO00NAsqp - @WMCActionNews5

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

19 fatalities linked to East Coast blizzard: 6 in North Carolina, 5 in New York, 2 in Tennessee, 2 in Kentucky, 1 in Virginia, 1 in Pennsylvania, 1 in Arkansas, and 1 in Washington, DC - NBC News

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

2 killed in weather-related crashes in Tennessee - WSMV

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Tennessee, US

#BREAKING Metro Office of Emergency Management has activated the Emergency Operations Center. https://t.co/GGVsDzpaaq - @Tennessean

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Map: The severe winter storm due to impact the East Coast this weekend is seen taking shape in the Tennessee Valley Friday morning - @NWSBoston

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says all state offices are closed Friday 'due to severe weather conditions' across the state - @BillHaslam

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Editor's note: Currently, parts of Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia are under a blizzard warning ahead of the snowstorm expected to hit Friday evening. New York City and southern New York state are under a blizzard watch along with parts of New Jersey, Maryland and southeastern Pennsylvania. Parts of central Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia are under a winter storm warning. Blizzards are defined by the National Weather Service as a storm with large amounts of snow or blowing snow, winds of 35 mph or stronger, and visibility of less than a quarter of a mile for at least three hours. A blizzard warning is issued when these conditions are expected. A winter storm warning is issued when one or two of these conditions are expected, according to AccuWeather. - Stephanie

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