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Crossville Crimestoppers is asking the public for help in finding a stolen 1988 Ford Mustang. The vehicle was stole on July 21, 2015 from the corner of Lantana Rd. and City Lake Rd. in Cumberland County TN. A truck was parked nearby which may or may not be linked to the theft. Anyone with information on the stolen Mustang, suspect truck, or identification of suspect person, is asked to call LT. Brian Eckelson with Crimestoppers at 931-200-1173 or Inv. David Hamby with the Cumberland County Sheriff Office at 931-484-6176 ext. 2011. Reference Case Number 2015-58541. (Photo Courtesy Crossville Crimestoppers)
UT Football unveiled the ticket design for the 2015 season on its Instagram account. The tickets have a similar design to Jack Daniels labels. UT's first game will be played against Bowling Green in Nashville on September 5. (Photo Courtesy WVLT; Courtesy: Vol_Football Instagram).
The cost for environmental cleanup at the governmentís Oak Ridge complex is expected to rise to $18 billion by 2047. Thatís significantly higher than the $12 billion estimate the Department of Energy projected last year. DOE officials say insufficient information led to the $6 billion mistake in the cost to cleanup contaminates from the nuclear research and production site.
Visits to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park rose 8 percent for the first half of 2015, with more than 4.3 million people visiting between January and June. More people visit the Smokies than any other park in the nation, with over 1 million people in May, the most for May since the National Park Service began tracking monthly visitation in 1979.
The Naval officer killed in the shooting rampage at a Tennessee recruiting center will be laid to rest today. The funeral for Petty Officer 2nd Class Randall Scott Smith is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First Baptist Church in Fort Oglethorpe -- about eight miles south of Chattanooga. The procession for Smith will travel north after the funeral along I-75 to the Chattanooga National Cemetery. Seating inside the church is reserved for family, friends and dignitaries. The public is asked to line the procession route and officials say people should bring water and be prepared for hot weather.