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NC5 Investigates: Unsafe to Fly?

Air Safety Fixes Delayed in Bush's Last Months

A NewsChannel 5 investigation exposed a problem with flammable materials on hundreds of airliners that you and I fly. But if you think the government has fixed the problem, think again. More>>

NC5 Investigates: Unsafe to Fly?

Video Shows Explosive, Flammable Airliner Wiring

"NewsChannel 5 Investigates" uncovers video of airliner wiring that the FAA's own experts say should not be used on any aircraft. More>>

NC5 Investigates: Unsafe to Fly?

FAA Stalls Action on 'Unsafe' Airliner Insulation

It's a problem that the Federal Aviation Administration itself says could lead to a catastrophe. So why isn't the FAA doing anything about it? More>>

Flaming Wires Show Flaws of FAA Flammability Test

For more than 35 years, the FAA administration has required that aircraft wiring be tested to prove that it's not flammable. So how well does that test work? More>>

NC5 Investigates: Unsafe to Fly?

Congress Questions Safety of Airliner Wiring, Insulation

Congressman Bart Gordon wants the federal government to explain what it's doing to make sure the nation's airliners are safe to fly. More>>

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    NewsChannel 5 Receives Prestigious Peabody Award

    NewsChannel 5 Receives Prestigious Peabody Award

    April 2, 2014 01:22 PM 2014-04-02 19:05:51 GMT
    NewsChannel 5 and the NewsChannel 5 Investigates team have been honored with one of broadcasting's highest honors, the coveted George Foster Peabody Award, for an on-going investigation of Tennessee state government.more>>
    NewsChannel 5 and the NewsChannel 5 Investigates team have been awarded one of broadcasting's highest honors, the coveted George Foster Peabody Award, for an on-going investigation of Tennessee state government, it was announced Wednesday.more>>
  • NC5 Investigates: Economic Incentives

    Leaked Emails Raise Questions About Governor's $300M Offer

    Leaked Emails Raise Questions About Governor's $300M Offer

    New leaked documents raise more questions about Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's secret $300 million offer to Volkswagen. They show VW lawyers had actually drawn up papers for a potential deal to bring more than a thousand new jobs to Tennessee.more>>
    New leaked documents raise more questions about Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's secret $300 million offer to Volkswagen. They show VW lawyers had actually drawn up papers for a potential deal to bring more than a thousand new jobs to Tennessee.more>>
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    UAW: 'Ball Is Back In The Governor's Court'

    UAW: 'Ball Is Back In The Governor's Court'

    Monday, April 21 2014 7:31 PM EDT2014-04-21 23:31:06 GMT
    The United Auto Workers ended one battle Monday, but the struggle to represent Volkswagen workers appears to be far from over. And union officials promised to turn up the heat in Congress over how the Haslam administration used your money.more>>
    The United Auto Workers ended one battle Monday, but the struggle to represent Volkswagen workers appears to be far from over. And union officials promised to turn up the heat in Congress over how the Haslam administration used your money.more>>
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