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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.

Cranberry Chicken by Donna's Old Town Cafe

Cranberry Glaze

1 can whole berry cranberry sauce

Equal amount Bennett's chili sauce

1 Heaping TBS apricot preserves

1/2 tsp. allspice


Mix all ingredients together in a saucepan and bring to a simmer.

Chicken Breast:

Brown chicken in a skillet with oil. Pour topping over chicken; let simmer 5 minutes more. Serve

Presented by Melissa Graves, Donna's Old Town Cafe

Date: 5/6/2014

 

Fun DIY Mother's Day Crafts

Lindsay Ruggieri from Custom Love Gifts shows us how to make a beautiful gift basket for mom.

Helen Ross McNabb Center's An Evening of Hope Giveaway

Helen Ross McNabb Center's An Evening of Hope Giveaway

Enter now for you chance to win 4 VIP tickets to Helen Ross McNabb Center's An Evening of Hope on May 14th.

The evening includes a reception with heavy hors d'oeuvres, and a meet-and-greet with the bands Sidewalk Prophets and About a Mile before the concert, and tickets to the concert.

Take Me Out to the Ballpark Giveaway

Take Me Out to the Ballpark Giveaway

Enter now for your chance to win a Family Four Pack of tickets to see a Tennessee Smokies Home Game at Smokies Stadium!

We are picking 4 winners for every single home game during the 2014 season!

One of those lucky winners will get the VIP treatment in the Heartland seats!

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Sailor surprises sister at UT graduation

By Ashley Izbicki, WBIR

Nearly 2,000 graduates in black caps and gowns received their diplomas at the University of Tennessee Friday, but one journalism and electronic media major had no idea her younger brother, who has been deployed for the past 16 months, flew home to surprise her on stage.