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The Tennessee Valley Authority says it'll build a $300 million system operations center in the state as part of upgrades to its power grid but some residents have complained the federal utility hasn't been transparent.

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  The Tennessee Valley Authority has announced a new study to help it decide the future of coal fired plants in Tennessee and Kentucky.

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has appointed Virginia Bishop Gray of Hopkinsville, Ky. as a member of the Murray State Board of Regents.

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For generations, coal power has fueled American prosperity. But for each shovelful thrown into the furnaces, a pile of ash was left in its place.

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Kentucky’s First Congressional District has joined a regional economic development organization in an effort to attract investment and research partnerships.

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The federal Tennessee Valley Authority will charge its utilities a fixed fee that will likely be passed on to customers, no matter how much energy they use.

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The Tennessee Valley Authority said in a press release that misinformation is circulating regarding a proposed rate change.

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   The Tennessee Valley area is rich with wildlife, nature, and sites of historical and archeological significance. To keep these areas in good condition, the Tennessee Valley Authority founded an outreach program that allows members of the community to aid in the preservation of these public lands. 

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President Donald Trump's infrastructure plan suggests studying whether the nation's largest public utility should sell its transmission assets, which Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander calls "a looney idea" with "zero chance of becoming law."

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Eighteen states, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other groups are urging an appeals court to overturn a coal ash cleanup order at a federal utility's Tennessee plant.

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