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Lawyer and girlfriend arrested for sexual exploitation of minors

Edward Farmer and Catrina McQuiston arrested by TBI agents

Police provide suggestions to prevent residential burglaries

Multiple burglaries in the area north of 101st Airborne Pkwy recently

Bill shields school religious displays from suits

Legislation protects holiday greetings and symbols

13 employers and vocational schools at Fort Campbell ACAP

Employment event Wednesday, Feb. 26

UPDATE: Hearing today for NEHS senior suspended for knife

Student said he was unaware a fishing knife was in his father’s truck

New Command Sergeant Major joins Rakkasan Brigade

Soldiers welcomed Command Sgt. Maj. Walter Tagalicud to the Rakkasans

Vets benefits bill should win initial Senate vote

Bill would expand health, education, and other benefits for veterans and their families

House votes to condemn organizers of UT Sex Week

Student organizers condemned for weeklong program about sex at the university

Citizens for Fort Campbell head to Washington D.C.

Clarksville and Hopkinsville business and community leaders rally to support Fort Campbell

Soldier father and son serve together in 160th SOAR

Young soldier following his father's footsteps to be a Night Stalker

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President Barack Obama says the massive hacking was not an act of war but instead was cyber-vandalism.