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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Michael Knight
A West Tennessee sheriff says an employee who was severely injured in a manufacturing plant explosion has died.
Relatives of people buried at a Tennessee cemetery are suing its owner and funeral homes that sent bodies there, alleging the cemetery operated without a proper registration and stacked several caskets in one plot.
Investigators said Tuesday that a package sent to a rural Tennessee home exploded, killing a lawyer who lived there and injuring a woman.
Federal and local officials are investigating an explosion at a residence in Middle Tennessee.
The murder conviction this week in federal court in Baltimore of a Jamaican woman brought to a close a four-year undercover investigation that targeted a brutal criminal gang responsible for the distribution of millions of dollars worth of drugs in five states, including Maryland.
The locked-out Detroit Lions seem to be making the best of their situation.
"The ATF National Response Team has secured the scene of the incident and is in the process of making a determination as to the cause," said ATF spokesman Michael Knight said on Monday.
Earlier, alcohol bureau spokesman Michael Knight said investigators had ruled out accidental causes like gas leak or electrical malfunction.