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The owner of the Tennessee Titans has passed away. The Titans announced that owner K.S. "Bud" Adams passed away peacefully at his home in Houston, Texas Monday morning. Adams owned the Houston Oilers-Tennessee Titans for 54 years. Once the team moved to Nashville in 1997, Adams saw the team post 6 playoff appearances including an AFC Championship, AFC Central title, two AFC South titles an AFC Championship appearance and Wild Card teams in 2003 and 2007. Adams is survived by his 2 daughters and 7 grandchildren. Funeral service arrangements have yet to be announced
Members of a Boy Scout troop on a camping trip are credited with finding the skeletal remains Saturday at Cumberland Mountain State Park. According to Crossville Police, 2 juveniles stumbled upon the human remains while playing in a remote, wooded area of the Park. Police say the remains were found under a small bluff about 75 yards off of the hiking trail, and had been scattered, perhaps by animals or the elements. The identity of the remains is unknown at this time, and the investigation is continuing
The Tennessee Valley Authority's new Regional Energy Resource Council will hold its first meeting on Wednesday. The TVA board established the council earlier this year to advise staff on energy efficiency and renewable energy, among other things
Authorities in Coffee County say an autopsy report on 73 year old Patricia Collins indicates the woman died of strangulation and multiple blunt force trauma to the head. Collins body was found Thursday morning in her home in Manchester. Investigators from the Coffee County Sheriff's Department and the TBI are investigating the crime. They are still trying to establish a motive for the murder. No one has been arrested. Authorities are asking that anyone who may have information about the murder contact the Coffee County Sheriff's Department at 931-728-3591
A Grundy County man camping near the Talledega Superspeedway died Saturday from what officials believe was carbon monoxide poisoning. Officials say 46 year old Craig Morgan and his wife Allison, were found in their RV Saturday afternoon. Mr. Morgan was pronounced dead. Mrs. Morgan was taken to a Birmingham hospital in critical condition. Officials believe the incident was accidental, resulting from leaked carbon monoxide.