KC Chiefs injury report vs Tennessee Titans: good and bad news for KC

The Kansas City Chiefs released their first injury report ahead of the team’s Week 7 game with the Tennessee Titans, and there is good news and bad for Kansas City as they prepare for. Tennessee. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quad), linebacker Anthony Hitchens (triceps), guard Joe Thuney (hand), fullback Michael Burton (pectoral) and tight end Jody Fortson (Achilles) did not ...

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Governor Lee files appeal in Knox County schools cover-up case

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has officially filed an appeal in the ongoing case demanding Knox County schools apply a mask warrant for students and staff. The appeal specifically refers to the court order prohibiting the school district and the governor from enforcing Executive Order 84, the order allowing parents in Tennessee to remove their children from ...

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House Republicans target COVID-19 restrictions

Republicans at Tennessee House move forward with broad round of proposed restrictions on COVID-19 vaccination and mask warrants in special session called to discuss economic incentives and government authority for investment Ford’s $ 5.6 billion. But the bill, HB8003, was doomed this week after gaining no traction in the state’s upper house, with no Senate godfather carrying the bill and ...

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Blue Raiders to host ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championship

History links MURFREESBORO, Tennessee – The Blue Raiders’ women’s tennis will host the ITA Division-I Ohio Valley Women’s Regional Championship at the Adams Tennis Center in Murfreesboro. The tournament will start on Wednesday October 20 and end on Monday October 25. All of the MT female tennis student-athletes will represent the blues and whites this week in singles and doubles. ...

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Did you quit your job for a vaccine? You can claim unemployment

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – A new bill from GOP State Representative Rusty Grills wants to offer unemployment benefits to those who have resigned or been fired for their company’s vaccination mandate. Grills, which represents District 77, introduced HB 8003 on Monday and, as the bill states, the aim is to ensure that a vaccine does not hamper benefits for those ...

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Knoxville lawyer looks at garbage dumps at Neyland Stadium

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – On Monday, 18 people were arrested and 47 others were thrown out in Tennessee’s 31-26 loss to Ole Miss. While it is not known the exact reason the 18 were arrested, it is known that some were arrested for throwing rubbish on the grounds of Neyland Stadium. WATE legal analyst Greg Isaacs takes a look at ...

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The Ministry of Health releases October 15 statistics on coronaviruses | Covid19

The Tennessee Department of Health has released its latest statistics relating to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As of 3 p.m. on Friday, Tennessee reported 1,263,068 total cases (+2088), including 24,573 active and 15,829 total deaths (+60) with 10,140,415 total tests (+15,472) performed. Statewide, there were 2,026 cases (+576) currently hospitalized as of Sunday, October 17. McMinn County has reported a ...

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Tennessee lawmaker to push bill to ban employer-imposed COVID-19 vaccinations mandates in special session

NASHVILLE – A Republican lawmaker in Tennessee has said he will push for the state to follow Montana’s lead and pass legislation banning COVID-19 vaccinations as a condition of employment here in special legislation that leaders of the GOP House and Senate plan to hold later this month. “I like what Montana did. It’s simple,” Sen. Frank Niceley, R-Strawberry Plains, ...

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