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  1. Congressional races top Tennessee primary election

    Polls have opened in Tennessee, where Republican voters will decide whether to re-nominate Lamar Alexander, a 40-year veteran of Tennessee politics, to a third term in the U.S. Senate.

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  2. Two southwest Virginia United Way organizations merge

    Two United Way organizations in Southwest Virginia serving more than a dozen localities have merged.

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  3. State to co-sponsor genealogy events next month

    The Tennessee State Library and Archives and Ancestry.com are collaborating on genealogy events in Nashville next month.

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  4. Protecting Your Heart

    Heart disease continues to be America's number one killer. Raising awareness and distributing information is key to fighting this disease. This morning, Cardiologist Dr. Shoba joins us with the three most important things we can do to protect ourselves.

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  5. Meatballs Ala Ella Finale

    Morgan and Amy wrap it up with Ella and her meatballs.

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  6. Elizabethton woman faces aggravated assault charges after hitting two people with her vehicle

    Johnson City Police Department officers arrested an Elizabethton woman Sunday on assault and drug charges after she hit two people with her vehicle following an argument.

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  7. Gov. Haslam discussing Tennessee Promise at South Greene H.S.

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  8. The ABC's of Back to School

    Beth Battaglino, CEO ofHealthyWomen.org, has some tips for getting kids back into the swing of school.

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  9. Reagan Boggs

    Musician Reagan Boggs talks about her latest album Quicksand and performs a track.

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  10. TVA to cut more than 2,000 jobs

    The nation's largest public utility is eliminating more than 2,000 jobs as part of a $500 million cost-cutting campaign.

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