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House Approves Bill to Block Marijuana Decriminalization
AP Friday March 24, 2017

The House has voted on a bill that would block any efforts by Tennessee cities to decriminalize the use of marijuana. The bill would nullify laws that Memphis and Nashville have passed that have reduced the penalty for weed in some cases.
The bill was sponsored by Rep. William Lamberth. It passed over the objections of lawmakers in Memphis and Nashville who thought the state should stop interfering with their cities. House Speaker Beth Harwell, of Nashville, voted against the measure.
Nashville and Memphis passed laws that would give police the discretion to allow people caught with a small amount of marijuana to face a civil penalty instead of a misdemeanor charge.
The bill passed 65-28 with one member present who didn't vote.


Tennessee Unemployment
Friday March 24, 2017

Tennessee's unemployment rate for February was 5.3 percent. It's down slightly from the January rate of 5.4 percent. February's U.S. unemployment rate was 4.7 percent, which is also a decline of one tenth of a percentage point from the previous month.
Over the past year, Tennessee's rate has increased by six-tenths of a percentage point while the national rate has declined by two-tenths.


THP Investigating Crash
Jay Walker Thursday March 23, 2017

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating a serious crash that happened Thursday morning on the Highway 70 Bypass. Details of the crash have not been released pending completion of the investigation.
This station will have a full report on this crash when the information is made available.


Pioneer Baseball
Jay Walker Thursday March 23, 2017

The Warren County Pioneer baseball team steps out of the district Thursday when they travel to Smithville for a game with the DeKalb County Tigers. The game starts at 5pm at DeKalb County High School.


Agencies Busy During Storm
Jay Walker Thursday March 23, 2017

Warren County 911 dispatchers took a total of 195 calls Tuesday night during and after the severe thunderstorm that toppled trees, knocked down power lines and blew roofs from buildings.
911 Director Chuck Haston said another 70 calls were taken over non-emergency lines. Haston said every department in the city and county responded to some type of emergency. There were numerous reports of live wires down, roofs blown off or damaged, trees on houses or vehicle, and even a childbirth in a vehicle at around midnight. The child is said to be healthy.
. Wednesday morning some traffic lights were still out. Haston said what made it challenging was that the damage was county-wide. As many as seven dispatchers were working at one point during the storm.


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