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Coffee County Sheriff's Deputies were called to the intersection of Pocahontas Road and Maple Springs Road just after 8am Tuesday. A neighbor reported seeing a woman screaming covered in blood. The woman was later identified at Connie King. Investigators say she was beaten during an attack at her home on Maple Springs Road. King's fiance, Thomas Colucci was found dead in the garage. Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves says Colucci was shot multiple times. Graves says it was not a random attack and the suspect may have known the victims. King's three children who lived at the home were at school when the attacks occurred.
An update to breaking news from Coffee County.
The sheriff's Department confirms one man is dead from a shooting that happened on Maple Springs Road around 8am.
One female was transported. Her name is Connie King.
Police are searching for the murder weapon.
The suspected killer is on the loose.
Police found a Gray Nissan Xterra with license plate H 6 2 0 2 B
Tuesday, November 13 2012, 07:23 PM CST
Solar panels that obscure school might be moved
May 24, 2013 13:13 GMT
ROGERSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A wall of solar panels in front of a Surgoinsville school might be moved out back.
The panels are part of an ambitious project under which solar collection panels have been installed at 20 Hawkins County school facilities to cut utility costs and sell back power to TVA.
But the Kingsport Times-News (http://bit.ly/18burcf ) reported the wall of panels at Surgoinsville Middle School has some people worried about school security and others upset at what they see as an eyesore.
The panels are 7 feet high and stretch the length of a football field. They obscure viewing the school.
At a school board work session Thursday, board members talked about moving the array. It can't be voted on until the regular board meeting on June 4.
Information from: Kingsport Times-News, http://www.timesnews.net
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