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Dog on the mend after being left in dumpster Video included

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A little dog is on the mend after what animal control officials call a heartbreaking ordeal. The Yorkie was found in a dumpster, but work is underway to ensure a better life for him. More>>

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Community remembers soldier, teen killed in crash Video included

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A community is in grief after a crash killed a veteran father of two and a 14-year-old beloved by his classmates. More>>

One week left to sign letters against Fort Campbell cuts Video included

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Fort Campbell could face major cuts impacting cities in two states. Now, local leaders are hoping to stop it from happening with one more week of online signatures. More>>

Communities write letters to stave off Army cuts

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Communities around Fort Campbell are asking residents to write or sign letters to the U.S. Army in an effort to stave off significant cuts at the sprawling Army post that straddles the Tennessee-Kentucky state line. More>>

1 death, 7 shootings reported in Clarksville Video included

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It was a deadly few hours in Clarksville, with seven shootings and one death in the span of a day. More>>

Man killed in shooting in Clarksville

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The Clarksville Police Department says Fran Caratini was gunned down just after 9 p.m. Thursday on the 100 block of Chapel Street. More>>

Search continues for suspects in Clarksville shootings

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A man accused of shooting two people in Clarksville and leading police on a chase through two states was still on the run Thursday. More>>

Clarksville police investigating separate shootings

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Police in Clarksville are investigating two separate shootings that happened Wednesday. More>>

Realtors advertise 'Not Haunted' house Video included

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Every town has one. The house all the local kids avoid, claiming it's haunted. Now some Clarksville Realtors have a plan to use the scary stories around their new property to turn them into a sale. More>>

Two arrested after meth lab discovered in Montgomery County

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Two suspects were arrested after a meth lab was found at a Montgomery County hotel Tuesday. More>>

Health regulations limit food donated from schools Video included

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Food that was going to needy families last year is now being thrown away due to a new edict from the health department. More>>

Local leaders ask public to voice concerns over possible Ft. Campbell cuts Video included

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Local leaders urged the public to help protect Fort Campbell from looming personnel reductions. More>>

Clarksville man indicted in Millersville robbery, attack

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained indictments for a Clarksville man accused of entering a Millersville woman's trailer and robbing and attacking her in June. More>>

A former Clarksville teenager charged with killing his teacher last year after following her into a bathroom similarly followed a worker at a youth detention facility into a locker room last month before choking and beating her, prosecutors said Wednesday. More>>

First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden to speak at Fort Campbell

Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden are heading to Fort Campbell for a speech on helping vets get to work. More>>

Victim snaps pictures of crook in attempted robbery

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Just a few snaps of a camera phone made a big difference in cracking an attempted robbery case. More>>

Veteran says church turned him away because of service dog

A therapy dog has made a big difference for a Fort Campbell veteran, but he said his church turned him away because of the dog. More>>

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Pedestrian burned after driver slams into gas pump

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A man suffered serious burns after an out-of-control car crashed into a gas pump Thursday morning in Clarksville, TN. More>>

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