5 things to know this morning

(WVLT) -- 1 TBI, DEA raids doctor's office in Oneida after multiple overdose deaths

A raid related to an doctor's home and office is underway in Oneida in relation to an 18-month undercover investigation into multiple overdose deaths more than two years ago.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the London division of the Drug Enforcement Agency had agents at the Coffey Family Medical Clinic Tuesday afternoon after executing a search warrant around 9:30 a.m. at 281 Underpass Drive in Scott County. Agents executed search warrants at other locations as well.

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2.KPD officer fractures ankle chasing suspect

A Knoxville Police Department officer fractured his ankle while chasing a suspect Monday night. Investigators said it started when officers stopped a red Kia Soul that was speeding and swerving on Virginia Avenue.

Once stopped, backseat passenger Delano Shorts was asked to step out of the car. Instead, police said he pushed through officers and ran towards Western Heights. While chasing Shorts down a steep embankment one of the officers severely fractured his ankle.

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3. North Korea: Trump agrees on step-by-step denuclearization process

The Latest on the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump in Singapore (all times local):

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4.North Korea's denuclearized weapons could come to Oak Ridge

If Kim Jong Un upholds his end of the bargain, his nuclear weapons could wind up in East Tennessee.

"That makes me incredibly nervous; it's a terrible idea," Oak Ridge hair stylist Meagan Hopper said.

Hopper lives and works in the Secret City, where the Y-12 nuclear facility stands. Kim's dismantled nuclear weapons could end up in Oak Ridge, where authorities said they will be destroyed.

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5.Raccoon grabs internet's attention by scaling Minnesota skyscraper

A raccoon decided to scale a Minnesota skyscraper, and it's gathered quite the following online.

He's been there since last weekend, when a Twitter user posted a photo of him huddled in a nook of the Town Square building just above the sidewalk.

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