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Lady Vols 10th AP Poll
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 23, 2018

The Lady Vols lost to Notre Dame (No. 5) and Mississippi State (No. 2) to fall from sixth to tenth. Next up, the Lady Vols host the Ole Miss Rebels Thursday (1/25) at Thompson Boling Arena in Knoxville. Mickey Dearstone starts pre game at 5:30 and tip off is 6 on 97.7 The Ticket.

 


Tennessee Falls To No. 22 In AP Poll
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 23, 2018

Tennessee drops one spot to 22nd in this week's AP Top 25 poll after losing on the road to Missouri and winning on the road against South Carolina. The Volunteers will host the Vanderbilt Commodores Tuesday (1/23). Bob Kesling starts pre game at 5:30 and tip off is 6 on 97.7 The Ticket.

 


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Gordon Stack Tuesday January 23, 2018

The SMHS Panthers and Lady Panthers travel to Cookeville Tuesday (1/23) to take on the Cavaliers. Vince Brown begins the broadcast at 5:55 with the girl's game tipping at 6 on MIX 99.3 and online at Mix993.com.

The CCHS Jets and Lady Jets host the Bledsoe County Warriors Tuesday (1/23) at Jet Gym. Steve Randel Travena begins the broadcast at 5:55 with the girl's game tipping at 6 on 102.5 WOW Country and online at 1025WowCountry.com.

The Volunteers host the Vanderbilt Commodores Tuesday (1/23). Bob Kesling starts pre game at 5:30 and tip off is 6 on 97.7 The Ticket.

 


Audit: TennCare paid $2.7m over 7 years for dead patients
AP Tuesday January 23, 2018

A federal audit estimates Tennessee's Medicaid program overpaid managed care organizations by $2.7 million over seven years for patients who were already dead.
A December audit by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services inspector general says TennCare should recover the money and return a $1.8 million federal share.
TennCare Deputy Commissioner Wendy Long responded that the state has recouped a significant portion of the money through a software change, will recover the rest and will return the federal share. She said TennCare is working to understand why its death list differed from what auditors had.
TennCare spokeswoman Sarah Tanksley said the cases represent a small number of unique circumstances worth about $130,000 each year. She says TennCare paid $30 billion-plus to managed care organizations in that timeframe.

 


Tennessee governor touts $30m plan to fight opioid epidemic
AP/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday January 23, 2018

Gov. Bill Haslam is touting a $30 million plan that focuses on prevention, treatment and law enforcement to attack an opioid epidemic that kills three Tennesseans a day. Treatment and recovery services would get a $25 million improvement through state and federal money. People would be limited to initial prescriptions of a five-day supply and a daily dosage limit of the equivalent of 40 morphine milligrams, with limits similarly affecting TennCare recipients. Prevention education would increase in elementary and secondary schools. The proposal would add opioid-focused Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents.

 

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