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Tennessee announces dates, locations for Big Orange Caravan
AP Friday April 22, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee has announced the dates and locations for next month's Big Orange Caravan. The caravan begins in Atlanta on May 4 before hitting the Volunteer State. The caravan also will make stops May 5 in Chattanooga, May 10 in Nashville, May 11 in Memphis and May 17 at the Bristol Motor Speedway. Tennessee's football team will play against Virginia Tech at the Bristol Motor Speedway on Sept. 10. Tennessee athletic department spokesman Tom Satkowiak said football coach Butch Jones is expected at all five caravan locations and that men's basketball coach Rick Barnes and women's basketball coach Holly Warlick should appear at most of the stops as well. Tennessee broadcaster Bob Kesling will serve as master of ceremonies.


Forward Ray Kasongo leaving Tennessee after 1 season
AP Friday April 22, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Forward Ray Kasongo is leaving the Tennessee men's basketball team after one season.

Tennessee coach Rick Barnes confirmed Thursday that Kasongo "is going to leave, and he's got some different options out there."

Kasongo played 22 games as a sophomore this past season and averaged 1.4 points, 1.5 rebounds and 5.5 minutes. The 6-foot-8 forward averaged 6.0 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game in 2014-15 at College of Southern Idaho.

Although he is from Canada, Kasongo graduated from Pikeville (Kentucky) High School and attended prep school at Phase 1 Academy in Phoenix.

Kasongo's departure leaves Tennessee with an open scholarship for the 2016-17 season. Barnes said that "we would use it in the right situation, and we are looking at some different situations right now."


TNReady Still Not Ready
Peg Broadcasting News Friday April 22, 2016

TNReady is still not ready. State officials say some school districts have still not received materials for the TNReady tests. The Tennessee Department of Education says the company responsible for the standardized testing materials, Measurement Inc. has fallen behind on the job. Measurement Inc. is also in charge of the electronic version of the test which crashed earlier this year. As a result, schools have been forced to extend testing schedule through May 10th.


Assault charge reduced for former Vol Alexis Johnson
WVLT Thursday April 21, 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The aggravated assault charge was reduced for former Vol Alexis Johnson. It was reduced to a misdemeanor from a felony.

The false imprisonment charge was dismissed in its entirety.

There will be no probation for Johnson.

Johnson was accused of strangling a woman he used to date.

According to a police report, Johnson was play fighting in his apartment with a girl he previously dated. The victim told police that the play fighting escalated when Johnson placed his hand around her throat several times. She told investigators the constriction was so tight she couldn't fight back and felt like she was going to pass out.

Investigators say a witness reported that Johnson appeared to be punching the victim and injured her lip. The witness said that Johnson tried repeatedly to touch and kiss the victim who repeatedly refused interest in a sexual encounter.

Johnson was suspended from the football team.


Oak Ridge Animal Shelter to appear on National Geographic
WVLT Thursday April 21, 2016

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- Two animals from the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter will soon be famous.

Batman the rat and Pumpkin the cat will be featured on National Geographic WILD's "Unlikely Animal Friends". The segment will air Saturday May 21st at 8:00 pm.

Last September the Nat Geo team spent a full day at the shelter filming the unlikely pals. Aside from the pairs friendship ORAS hopes to educate the public on FIV- positive cats, a feline version of HIV, and promote local adoption.

The ORAS is on 395 Belgrade Rd, in Oak Ridge and currently holds a no kill status.


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