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LT. Brian Eckelson Reminds Motorist to Use Headlights During Inclement Weather
Lt. Brian Eckelson, Crossville Police Dept. Friday October 20, 2017

Lieutenant Brian Eckelson with the Crossville Police Department is reminding motorists about the proper use of headlights. It's a given that you need to put your headlights on when it is dark outside, but did you know there is a legal time frame for headlight usage? Tennessee law requires that headlights shall be displayed during the period from one half (1/2) hour after sunset to one half (1/2) hour before sunrise. Headlights are also required during fog, smoke, rain, mist or snow and at all other times when there is not sufficient light to render clearly discernible any person on the road at a distance of two hundred feet (200ft) ahead of the vehicle. Lt. Ecklelson points out that even if YOU can see, headlights help other motorists see YOU, especially if you are driving a dark or grey colored vehicle. Lt. Eckleson also says it is a statistical fact that the more often drivers use their headlights, as prescribed by law, the less often police officers have to use their fancy blue lights to enforce that law. To view the State Law on headlights, see Lt. Eckelson's post on the Crossville-Cumberland County Crime Stoppers Facebook page.


Crosstown Rivalry This Friday, Oct. 20
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 19, 2017

The much anticipated crosstown rivalry game between CCHS and SMHS is this Friday, October 20th. The Stone Memorial High School Panthers will host the Cumberland County High School Jets with game time set for 7 p.m. Pre-game Panthers coverage begins at 6:45 p.m. on Mix 99.3 and and Jets coverage starts and 6:45 p.m. on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY and


Tennessee's Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 1976 Broadcasting News Thursday October 19, 2017

Tennessee's unemployment rate fell to 3 percent in September, marking the lowest it has been since the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking the information in January of 1976. Tennessee first marked a historic low unemployment rate in June at 3.6 percent, which was bested by the July rate of 3.4 percent, and then fell even lower in August to 3.3 percent.


29 Cumb. Co. Teachers Affected By Incorrect TNReady Scores
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 19, 2017

Officials say that twenty-nine Cumberland County teachers have been affected after TNReady incorrectly scored student tests. According to the Crossville Chronicle, the students were not properly linked to their teachers, which resulted in so-called "missing students" in the teacher data. The test scores are used as part of teacher evaluations. Almost 10,000 tests were incorrectly scored across the state. However, the mistake will reportedly not affect overall scores for the county school system.


TN Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Bump Stocks
WKRN Thursday October 19, 2017

Two Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban bump stocks across the state. WKRN reports that Senator Lee Harris and Representative Dwayne Thompson filed the legislation on Wednesday. Bump stock devices were used by gunman Stephen Paddock in the recent Las Vegas attack that killed more than 50 people and hurt hundreds of others. A few weeks the National Rifle Association (NRA) even suggested a federal review of the devices.


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