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Three injured in head on crash, Cookeville man leads CPD on high-speed chase through Cookeville, allegation against CHS teacher deemed false.
Price found guilty of first-degree murder, three injured in head-on collision and Park View school funding questions and answers.
Murder trial this week from 2019 slaying, Bowman honored for 50 years. Algood water tower gets removed.
Airport moves forward with investigation of commercial service, officials discuss funding for K-8 Park View School, and TTU prepares housing plans for increased fall enrollment.
Putnam County Fair starts Thursday, Planners OK plat for new neighborhood, PCSO seeks woman in questioning after Monday shooting.
More candidates seek register of deeds office, Mayor updates Commission on Fairgrounds sale, Hilham man pleads guilty to child rape.
Putnam County reports increase in sales tax collections, CPD officer now a k-9 Master Trainer and West Broad could be the next rail trail route.
City Council candidates answer questions, Chief Etheredge resigns from LPD, city agrees to purchase land for water park.
City may help pay for new Tech stadium and purchase land for a water park, Putnam County sets all-time record for building permits, business offers reward in vandalism case.
Gainesboro woman arrested for auto theft, former teacher indicted for sexual exploitation of a minor and Fireworks City owner celebrates 26 years.
Criticism over Livingston Police Department Chief retention, video disputes claims from salon owner regarding Cookeville Police Department,  Monterey man arrested for firing six rounds at Willow Avenue Hardee's.
Airport to close in September for striping project, Neal released into sister's custody for home incarceration, vehicle burglaries over the weekend higher than usual.
Home caregiver arrested for sexual battery, Putnam County schools already addressing school safety issues, three firefighters receive lifesaving awards.
TWRA reports two fatalities over holiday weekend, water park possible in next three years, Bees crowned state champs.
Appeals court affirms ruling in Bee Rock lawsuit, Police Station ribbon cutting, and planners consider Lovelady Road subdivision.
Three fatal vehicle accidents, proposed Cookeville budget contains largest pay raise in city history,  Raising Cane opens Friday.
Retired TTU President Angelo Volpe dies, study confirms sufficient demand for commercial air service, Upperman gets a new principal.
Primary election results, a 13 year-old girl was hit by a truck in front of CPAC and a Cookeville Firefighter has won the title of Fittest Firefighter in the world!
Rezoning, a pizzeria, and great stories about Habitat for Humanity.
Man pleads guilty to vehicular homicide, commercial air service study expected soon, hotels may be coming to the proposed location  of the expo center.
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