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Hard Rock Cafe Pigeon Forge is now open


ID=9096177The Hard Rock Cafe has moved down the Parkway from Gatlinburg to Pigeon Forge, and the new and improved restaurant finally opened its doors on Tuesday.

The new Hard Rock is located at 2050 Parkway, right next to Wonderworks.

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'Click It or Ticket' campaign kicks off today

'Click It or Ticket' campaign kicks off today

Monday kicked off the start of the national campaign urging drivers and passengers to buckle up.

Officials said they hope "Click It or Ticket" campaign reminds people that wearing a seat belt could mean the difference between life or death.

Many fatal accidents could have been avoided if people were wearing their seat belts. Last year officials said more than 360 fatal crash victims in Tennessee weren't wearing seat belts. So far this year, 128 fatal crash victims were unrestrained.

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Sevierville resort investigating compromised credit cards


An investigation is underway after several members of a religious conference say their credit cards were compromised during a trip to Sevierville.

The group was staying at the Wilderness at the Smokies resort back on May 2nd.

A spokesperson says a few people from a church group reported the problem and the resort immediately launched an investigation.

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Report: Tobacco fields poisoning kids

Report: Tobacco fields poisoning kids

by Anita Wadhwani, , The Tennessean

Kids can't buy tobacco products, but in Tennessee children as young as 9 are working in tobacco fields and suffering symptoms consistent with acute nicotine poisoning, according to a report by an international human rights group.

NC hiker rescued after collapsing on trail in Smokies


A North Carolina man had to be rescued after he collapsed on a trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Officials say Mark Lehmahn, 58, of Waynesville, collapsed while hiking with a group on the Ramsey Cascades Trail before 1:00 pm on Tuesday. People nearby performed CPR until Lehmahn started breathing on his own.

Rangers reached Lehmahn at approximately 3:33 p.m. about 3.8 miles from the trail head and worked to get him ready for a helicopter transport.

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