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3 Black Friday bedding deals just posted

wbir.com — With prices more than 80% off and under $30, these deals are crazy. (WBIR) It's a trend we saw last year and it's once again the case today. Retailers are starting Black Friday deals VERY early. These are essentially teaser deals to draw some awareness to brands, other offers and to remind you they exist.

Record number of Americans buying Halloween costumes

wbir.com — (WBIR) A record number of Americans are buying their Halloween costumes this year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation. Results of this year's survey show more than two-thirds of people celebrating Halloween say they'll be buying their costume, which is the highest number in the survey's 11-year history.
Oct 30, 2014

I remember when I made my daughter's costume w/ grocery bag but: Record number of Americans buying Halloween costumes on.wbir.com/1tEpqmE

Mayor attacks credit card use after school worker fired

wbir.com — School system could do away with credit cards A day after another top-ranking school official fell under investigation for misusing school funds, Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett placed the blame solely on Schools Superintendent Jim McIntyre. "Once again this is an example of high level misconduct in the Knox County Schools' administration," the mayor told WBIR 10News on Wednesday.
Oct 29, 2014

Further look into fired school worker who misused funds and the county p-card vs school credit card programs tinyurl.com/lhfrg2o @wbir

Effort to pay for Kiffin's haircut leads to United Way donation

wbir.com — (WBIR) It started out as a tongue-in-cheek story about former Vol football coach Lane Kiffin leaving town without paying for a $14 haircut. It resulted in a lot of laughs and several hundred dollars for charity.
Oct 29, 2014

RT @Liveat5at4: Effort to pay for Kiffin's haircut leads to United Way donation bit.ly/1E39Vbe

Poll: Amendment 1 abortion vote 'too close to call'

wbir.com — More Tennesseans support a proposed constitutional amendment on abortion than oppose the measure, according to the first and only public poll on Amendment 1, but the margin is slim and many voters are still undecided.
Oct 29, 2014

Early voting wraps up tomorrow. @wbir: Poll: Amendment 1 abortion vote 'too close to call' bit.ly/13d7w0j

Georgia's Todd Gurley eligible to return on Nov. 15

wbir.com — The NCAA announced Wednesday that Georgia star running back Todd Gurley will be eligible to return on Nov. 15 after sitting out four games for accepting more than $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over a two-year period..