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Hiker missing two weeks in Hawaii found alive, family says

A woman who disappeared two weeks ago in Maui has been found alive, her mother told CBS affiliate KGMB on Friday. Amanda Eller, 35,...

Teen missing for 11 days found OK in Tennessee national park

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A teenager who had not been seen for 11 days has emerged on his own from Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains...

UPDATE: Police ID Suspect Who Ran and Victim Found in Trunk

Updated Saturday 04/08/17 at 9:55am: Hixson, TN (WDEF) - The victim found in the trunk of a wrecked vehicle has been identified as Tammy Hall,...

UPDATE: Family of man found in Marion Co thanks community

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) - Chad Cook was stuck in the woods without food, without water, and without any signs of civilization for three days, but...

TBI seeks public help to find vehicle possibly connected to Polk County death investigation

UPDATE -- Early Saturday, while patrolling a deputy located the 2016 Toyota RAV4 connected to the death investigation in Polk County, TN at Love's...

Missing child found in Michigan, parents charged

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A missing DeKalb County 8-month-old has been found in Michigan along with his parents after authorities say the couple fled the scene of a car accident that exposed a mobile meth lab in their car.
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Sponsor FedEx asks Redskins to change their name

The title sponsor of the Washington Redskins’ stadium wants the NFL team to change its name.

Tennessee to review law enforcement polices, training

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has called on every law enforcement agency to review and update its use of force policies.

Weather Update: Friday Morning’s Forecast – July 3rd, 2020

Tennessee Valley (WDEF): Drier And Hotter Weather Ahead, And The Holiday Weekend Will Be "Hotter Than A Firecracker"! This Morning: We're waking in most areas...

Hooked On Science – Launch a 4th of July Rocket in Your Kitchen

Did you know you can launch a rocket in your living room? Our “Science Guy,” Jason Lindsey, shows us how to use a few ingredients, from around the house, to launch the Fourth of July rocket.