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50 million people watch the parade on TV, while 2 to 3 million viewers line the 2.6 mile-long parade route. The WCHS girls will be among a group of dancers performing in front of a float with the rock band Kiss. As an added treat, they will get to wear Kiss makeup and do a dance routine with the band
Average retail gasoline prices in Tennessee have fallen 4.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.61/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,821 gas outlets in Tennessee. Prices yesterday were 48.8 cents per gallon lower than the same day one year ago and are 21.3 cents per gallon lower than a month ago. The national average has decreased 24.9 cents per gallon during the last month and stands 41.4 cents per gallon lower than this day one year ago.
James Addison Haley, 20, of East Fort Street, Manchester of was arrested recently and charged with kidnapping involving a former girlfriend.
The 20 year-old Haley was also charged with aggravated assault and vandalism.
According to warrants, after entering the woman’s home on the New Tullahoma Highway in Manchester an argument turned in to a physical altercation.
The warrants allege that Haley chocked the woman and forced her into his vehicle and drove her to the Barton Springs area of Normandy Lake where he drove her around and allegedly threatened to kill her numerous times. He also allegedly forced the female out of his vehicle.
Haley is free on a bond of $21,500.
Two weeks after hunters found human remains of a missing Coffee County man, his family still does not have closure.
Paul Massicotte disappeared in 2011 while walking through Arnold Air Force Base.
Friday, police confirmed the remains were Massicotte, but they still don't know how he died.
Angela McSwain, Massicotte's sister, is still struggling to come to grips with the news that her brother's remains were found just feet away from an area they had searched dozens of times.
the 28-year-old may have been on drugs.
Manchester Police Chief Mark Yother said Massicotte was cutting through the woods to hide out at a friend's house.
Massicotte was wanted in Florida for failure to pay child support.
Two weeks ago, detectives got a break when two squirrel hunters found a human skull in the area. DNA tests confirmed it was Massicotte.
Massicotte's family has long believed his then-girlfriend knows more about what happened.
As far as Yother is concerned, the case is closed.
The medical examiner wasn't able to determine Massicotte's cause of death. Although they suspect he might have succumbed to the heat.
With the holiday season upon us, con artists are using every means available to steal your hard earned money, from fake Facebook entries to downright intimidation.
When you accept a friend request on Facebook, there is a certain amount of trust involved. From that request you are giving information to current friends about your new friend.
Watching all of this are clever scam artists who can clone or steal your information.
Facebook urges its users to contact them immediately if they discover an account that may be impersonating someone else.