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"I guess it's the fact that we don't have sufficient evidence from fire investigators to positively conclude that they died in this fire," says TBI's Kristin Helm. "It makes us want to make sure that they are not somewhere else."
The local community continues to support the family through all of this. The children's school has posted a message and white ribbons on its sign asking folks to pray for the family. At this time, investigators do not have any evidence of foul play, but it's clear this case is changing. TBI investigators are now interviewing family members, including the children's biological parents. We will continue to follow this story as more developments unfold. Right now, autopsies must still be completed on the bodies of the grandparents. Then after that, the family can begin to make funeral arrangements. You can always go to Fox17.com for the latest on this story any time of the day. FOX17's John Dunn will join us in the studio TONIGHT with more on the new developments in this story.
Thursday, September 27 2012, 06:08 AM CDT
Prince Edward presents Edinburgh's awards in Tenn.
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By ERIK SCHELZIG Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Queen Elizabeth's youngest son, Prince Edward, is visiting Tennessee to promote one of the British royal family's charities, the Duke of Edinburgh's awards.
The prince presided over an awards ceremony at the governor's mansion in Nashville on Thursday for the first batch of young Tennesseans to participate in the leadership and character program.
About 80 youths received the award by participating in community service, skills development, physical fitness and adventurous journeys through the Boy Scouts, Boys and Girls Clubs, LEAD Academy, Montgomery Bell Academy or the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Organization.
Following the event, Gov. Bill Haslam and first lady Crissy Haslam invited the awardees and their families to tea inside the governor's residence. Later on Thursday, the prince was scheduled to headline a black-tie gala at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville.
Bernanke signals Fed to maintain stimulus efforts
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Chairman Ben Bernanke is telling Congress that the U.S. job market remains weak and that it is too soon for the Federal Reserve to end its extraordinary stimulus programs.
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AP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) -- When the Dow first crossed 14,000, investors were overjoyed. ...
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LAKELAND, Minn. (AP) -- High school student Zach Sobiech (SOH'-bee-eck) says he wanted to be remembered as "a kid who went down fighting and didn't really lose."
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