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  • JCS art show raises awareness of recycling February 27, 2015
    JACKSON, Tenn.-Jackson Christian School hosts its annual recycled art exhibition, Thursday. The school's gym was turned into an art gallery, and the displays were not part of art class, but science class. 4th through 8th graders used all recycled, repurposed and reused items. Teachers told WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News they hope this project will encourage […]
  • New K-9 helps Gibson County get drugs off streets February 27, 2015
    GIBSON COUNTY, Tenn. -- A new officer joins the Gibson County Sheriff's Department, making history. His job, getting illegal drugs off the street. But this is not your ordinary deputy. In fact, he does not even earn a salary. He is more of a man's or a deputy's best friend. "The dog stays with my […]
  • Police Arrest Suspects in Alleged Burglary Spree February 27, 2015
    MILAN, Tenn.-- Licenses, purses and personal information. Belonging to victims from South Carolina to West Tennessee. Milan police believe Danielle Thompson and Jamar Hanchell are responsible. "They were actually trying to cash some stolen checks from Nashville here in Milan from one of local banks," Lt. Chris Vandiver said. Investigator Chris Vandiver suspects the two […]
  • Police search for couple, accused of stealing from Walmart February 27, 2015
    MILAN, Tenn.-Milan police need your help finding a husband and wife accused of stealing from Walmart. Earlier this morning..officers said the couple went to the Walmart in Milan. They say she put a $700 TV in her cart and pushed it out of the store to an awaiting car, driven by her husband. Police believed […]
  • Archivists work to fill in gaps of Civil War history February 27, 2015
    HUMBOLDT, Tenn. -- Years of searching across the state of Tennessee for Civil War artifacts is coming to a close this summer, to end the commemoration of the battle's150th anniversary. Dianna Bradbury has been gathering Civil War heirlooms from her family's history to be digitally stored in Tennessee's public record. "I brought the gun he […]

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  • Epic Celebrity Falls: Music Edition
    Madonna took a hard tumble at the BRIT Awards (we feel for ya girl) and we couldn’t help but take a look back at some of the best spills, tumbles and trips in music.
  • Music industry moves to Friday global album release
    The music industry has announced an agreement to release albums globally on Fridays, ending divergences among regions that have fueled piracy in an age of instant music. Thursday's decision, after nine months of consultation, is expected to go into effect by summer in the Northern Hemisphere, said Frances Moore, chief executive officer of the music […]
  • Music streaming: free is the key
    Competing music streaming services are beginning to discover that the best way to get consumers to sign up and to start paying a monthly subscription is to offer a free tier, too. On Wednesday, Google announced that Google Play Music subscribers can now upload and store 50,000 tracks to the cloud free of charge that […]
  • 'Mad Men': Matthew Weiner Talks Midseason Finale, Music and Dream Sequences (Q&A)
    The creator and showrunner tells THR about the surprising sendoff before the AMC drama's final episodes: "I'm a person who frequently sees things that aren't there. I don't know if they're as elaborate as that, but I don't question the reality of the emotion."
  • Ed Sheeran wins best British record at top UK music awards
    By Liisa Tuhkanen LONDON (Reuters) - The top British music awards went to young men on Wednesday as Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith bagged the most important trophies in a star-studded Brit Awards show in London. English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran was the biggest winner of the night, walking away with two of the four Brit […]

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