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Townsend woman admits to stealing $60K from church

An East Tennessee woman admits she stole $60-thousand dollars from a Townsend church.

According to court documents, Carol Miller pleaded guilty Monday to taking the money from Tuckaleechee United Methodist Church.

She's accused of stealing the funds between January 2007 and November of 2013.

Miller's sentencing is set for October 20th.

Michigan fugitive arrested after foot chase in Alcoa

A man wanted in Michigan for several violent crimes was arrested in Blount County on Thursday.

Ismail Shaka Hall, 22, of Southfield, Michigan, was wanted on multiple warrants, including charges for selling drugs inside a school zone and domestic violence. He is also wanted in connection with a non-fatal shooting in Southfield, Michigan in June.

On Wednesday, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office in Michigan notified Alcoa Police that Hall and another person could be staying at a motel on Alcoa Highway.

Missing Blount Co. teen found

Update 9:15 am:

A spokesperson with the Blount County Sheriff's Office confirmed that Darion Breeden, 18, has been found and is fine.

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The Blount County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate a missing teen who has a mental disability.

Darion Breeden, 18, was last seen at his sister's home on Hutton Ridge Road last Friday around 2 pm.

East TN institute hopes to reverse truck driver shortage


(WBIR) There is a shortage of drivers within the trucking industry, and an East Tennessee school hopes to reverse that trend.

KidCare ID program celebrates 20 years

(WBIR) An East Tennessee restaurant hit a big milestone this weekend when it comes to helping parents be ready in case they're faced with tough scenarios.

Shoney's and its partner groups set up at Foothills Mall in Maryville on Sunday to make free KidCare Photo IDs for children.

Sinkhole opens directly behind a Maryville home

(WBIR - Maryville) Bobbie Treece has lived with her daughter Teresa in their Kidd Avenue home since 1992. The family has had some great times, but lately it's been one big headache for them.

Cracks can be found inside the family's home on the ceiling and on the door frames. Kitchen cabinets are not level and neither is the floor.

The Treece Family is blaming all of the problems on a sinkhole that's opened directly behind the house.

Maryville prescription pill mill owner sentenced to 39 years

A judge sentenced a 63-year-old Maryville woman to 39 years in prison for her role in a prescription pill mill.

Authorities said Sandra Kincaid wrote prescriptions without a license and allowed customers to shoot up and sell drugs in their parking lot.