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$3 million remainder of My People Fund contributed to Mountain Tough
WVLT Friday May 5, 2017

On Friday, Dolly Parton announced her decision to donate the remaining $3 million from the My People Fund to Mountain Tough, WVLT reports.

Mountain Tough is the official team to help with rebuilding and recovery efforts in Sevier County after wildfires blazed through the Smoky Mountains in November.

The announcement comes after Dolly surprised wildfire survivors Thursday by giving My People Fund recipients $5,000 each at the final check distribution instead of the previously allotted $1,000.

The money from the My People Fund went to owners or renters who lost their primary residences in the November wildfires.

After the wildfires caused thousands to evacuate, Dolly Parton launched the My People Fund that has raised more than $9.3 million thanks to donations flooding in from across the country.

The fund issued monthly checks to over 921 people.


Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer Friday May 5, 2017

The Crossville Cumberland-County Crime Stoppers is asking the public for information regarding a stolen landmark. On Thursday, May 4, 2017, employees with the City of Crossville reported that the commemorative bronze plaque had been stolen from the Cumberland County - Crossville Community Amphitheater. The commemorative plaque, valued at $1000, was commissioned in 2011, in recognition of the individual sponsors who generously supported the building, opening and operation of the amphitheater in our community. If you have any information on the identification of those responsible for this theft or to the whereabouts of the plaque, please call the Crime Stoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173, or contact Det. Jason Wilson with the Crossville Police Department.

(Photo courtesy Crime Stoppers)


Tennessee House OKs tightened amusement park safety rules
AP Friday May 5, 2017

Tennessee could soon tighten amusement park safety regulations after people were injured on rides in two incidents last year.

The Tennessee House passed a bill Thursday with heightened safety requirements. The Senate approved it Wednesday, so it heads to Gov. Bill Haslam.

In September, eight people were hospitalized after a ride shut down at the Delta Fair in Memphis.

At the Greene County Fair in August, three girls fell 30 to 45 feet and were injured when a Ferris wheel basket overturned.

The legislation would increase inspections and let state regulators hire inspectors or keep using third-party groups.

It would require operators to be at least 16 years old, running one ride at a time and present while it runs.

It would let injured people sue ride owners and operators.


Tennessee tourism officials: Visitors up 4.4 percent in 2016
AP Friday May 5, 2017

Tennessee tourism officials say 110 million people visited the state last year, a 4.4 percent jump from 2015.

The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development says the research from DK Shifflet shows Tennessee is a top-10 state for domestic travel for the third consecutive year.

About 80 percent, or 88.4 million, of those Tennessee visitors were leisure travelers, a 5.1 percent boost compared to 2015.

State tourism officials attribute the increase in leisure travelers to a jump in overnight stays, which grew by 5.2 percent.

Starting Sunday, the department is celebrating a national tourism week with fairs and free windshield washing at the state?s 14 welcome centers.


UPDATE: 60 to 80-acre fire in Gatlinburg area 100% contained
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday May 4, 2017

Firefighters said a 60 to 80-acre fire in the Gatlinburg area was 100 percent contained as of 7 p.m. Thursday.

The fire is burning east of Pittman Center, near the Sevier/Cocke County line.

One utility worker received minor injuries as a result of the fire, but he refused EMS transport for those injuries. There are no reports of damage to structures.

Crews will continue to address hot spots throughout the night. No evacuation was put into place.


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