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Bank Robber Latshaw pleads guilty
Christian Michael Latshaw, 19, of Altoona, pled guilty to second-degree robbery this morning in Marion County District Court.
Updated Road Closure Report
The Marion County Secondary Road Department has released an unpdated list of road closures.
- Area road closings announced
Swimming Not Recommended at North Overlook Beach
Further information on the Corps of Engineers water quality monitoring procedures may be obtained at the Red Rock Visitor Center
- Lake Red Rock Recreation Areas Impacted by High Water
Grassley: Fear of giving IRS more power "comes up a lot"
The 2010 health care reform law, referred to as the Affordable Health Care Act, grants the Internal Revenue Service more powers and control over Americans' health care. The recent scandal, in which it was discovered that conservative organizations' applications for nonprofit status were delayed by the IRS, has caused concern about the IRS's expanded powers among Republicans and Democrats.
50-year-old man leads several agencies on chase
In following up on a story we broke on our Facebook page last night, a 50-year-old man is sitting in the Wayne County Jail facing multiple charges in that county, as well as Marion.
Truck hits power line
A Donaldson Delivery boom truck struck a secondary power line in an alley near the corner of Brobst and Robinson around 11:15 a.m.
Alleged counterfeiter arrested
The Knoxville Police Department reports having a suspect in custody, who may be responsible for the counterfeit $100 circulating in town.
Counterfeit $100 bills circulating in Knoxville
The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce and Knoxville Police Department report that counterfeit $100 bills are being circulated around Knoxville.
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