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Body identified as missing woman

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. - A woman's body found last week along the Rock Creek Greenway in Tullahoma, Tennessee, has been identified as a woman who was reported missing by her family June 16.

The body found on June 20 has been identified as that of 58-year-old Tullahoma resident Deborah White, according to a statement.

The medical examiner released a preliminary report indicating there was no sign of trauma to White's body as the police department awaits a toxicology report, which could take a few weeks.

No foul play is suspected, the release stated.

White's car was parked in the lot at D.W. Wilson Community Center, one terminus of the Rock Creek Greenway. She was last seen walking about 10:30 a.m. CDT on North Collins Street, near the community center.

Tech exhibitions set at Russell Cave

BRIDGEPORT, Ala. - Step back in time a few thousand years with primitive technology expert Scott Jones to learn about the technology used by the first inhabitants of Russell Cave near Bridgeport, Alabama.

Between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. CDT on July 7, Jones will demonstrate prehistoric skills including "fire-making and flint-knapping" and answer questions about how the skills were used.

Officials said there is no set time for specific demonstrations, so visitors can plan to stay as long as they like.

Park Superintendent Steve Black suggests anyone interested in the event or prehistory sign up for updates and announcements on Facebook at RussellCaveNPS or call 256-495-2672 for more information.

Mother, son found dead in home

MACON, Ga. - A mother and son were found dead in a Georgia home, but officials say there were no signs of foul play.

News outlets reported 65-year-old Shirley Haynes and 50-year-old Frank Roberts were found dead on Tuesday.

Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones said the two had been dead for at least nine days and were found in different bedrooms.

County Deputy Coroner Lonnie Miley said the two are believed to have died of natural causes, with heat being the most likely factor. He said power had been turned off in the home and that medical issues may have been a factor.

Animals inside the home were taken to Macon-Bibb Animal Welfare.

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