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Two Dead in Woodbury Shooting
WTVF Monday January 16, 2017

Two people have died, while another remains hospitalized after a weekend incident in Cannon County.
It happened Saturday on Choctaw Drive in Woodbury. However, details are limited at this time.
Officials initially said a man died from an apparent gunshot wound at the scene. Two women were also seriously injured with a different weapon.
According to the TBI, the male victim has been identified as 42 year old David Wooten.
The women, identified as 19 year old Elizabeth Clement and 28 year old Laura Jastre, were taken to Vanderbilt Medical Center. Investigators said Clement died from her injuries Sunday night.
Anyone with information has been urged to call the TBI at 1-800- TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463.


Food Stamp Legislation Proposed
AP Monday January 16, 2017

A Tennessee lawmaker has introduced legislation seeking to ban the use of food stamps to buy items without nutritional value.
Republican Rep. Sheila Butt of Columbia says banned items would be those high in calories, sugar and fat, such as sodas, ice cream, candy, cookies and cake. The measure would also prohibit grocers from selling banned items to people on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Butt's bill would require the state Department of Human Services to seek a waiver from the federal government to establish a list of which food items would be banned for food stamp recipients, using the recommendations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a guide.
More than 1 million Tennesseans received food stamp assistance as of November, totaling nearly $135 million.


Cookeville Keeps Championship Games
AP Monday January 16, 2017

Cookeville will remain the site of the Tennessee high school state football championships for at least the next four years.
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association voted Thursday to keep the BlueCross Bowl state championship games at Tennessee Tech's campus through the 2020 season. Clarksville also had bid to host the games.
The TSSAA also approved contract extensions keeping the Division I boys and girls basketball state championships and the Spring Fling state championships in Murfreesboro through 2021. The TSSAA approved a contract extension keeping the girls soccer state championships in Murfreesboro through 2018.
WillowBrook Golf Course in Manchester will host the state golf tournament through 2020.


Lawmakers Face Feb. 9th Deadline
AP Monday January 16, 2017

Tennessee lawmakers have until Feb. 9 to file legislation they want to have considered during this year's legislative session.
The House and Senate on Thursday completed their organizational sessions that involved electing the speakers, assigning committees and adopting rules. Lawmakers will take most of the rest of the month off until Republican Gov. Bill Haslam delivers his State of the State address on Jan. 30.
Any lawmaker seeking to have legislation filed after the Feb. 9 deadline will have to gain approval from the chamber's late-filed bills committee.
Much of that downtime will involve filing bills through the Legislature's legal department.
House members are limited to filing 15 bills each, and the chamber's rules say the body won't take up legislation unless it also has a Senate sponsor.


WCHS Basketball
Jay Walker Saturday January 14, 2017

The Cookeville Cavaliers managed to escape Charlie Dalton Gym with a one point win over the Warren County Pioneers 61-60 in overtime when Jack Humprey hit two free throws with 1.7 seconds remaining.
In girls action, Cookeville defeated the Lady Pioneers 47-36.
Warren County will host Rhea County Tuesday night.


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