5 things to know this morning

(WVLT) -- Here are the top five stories from Local 8 News to get you out the door this morning:

1. Anderson Co. Sheriff searching for Clinton homicide suspect

According to the Anderson County Sheriff's Department, deputies responded to a shooting at 611 Sinking Springs Road near Clinton Thursday evening around 8:30 p.m.

When they arrived, they found that 48-year-old Bradley Charles Bivens of Clinton had been shot and killed. Investigators now say they need the public's help in locating the shooting suspect.

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2. WATCH: Hired caretaker allegedly caught stealing from 95-year-old

A caretaker was hired to help a 95-year-old, but was instead accused of stealing from her, and the theft was caught on camera.

The victim's family said the thief took more than just "things".

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3. Third Oak Ridge student charged in 2 days for alleged threats

A Robertsville Middle School student was expelled and charged after allegedly making a threat during a moment of silence at the school Thursday.

Another two students were charged Friday in separate incidents, one from the same middle school and one from Oak Ridge High School.

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4. EAST TENNESSEANS WEIGH IN: Is Tennessee the angriest state in the country?

A new study released from Wallethub.com found that Tennessee was the most angry state in the nation.

The findings were based on the number of violent crimes, sex offenders, bullying incidents, hate crimes, hate groups, hostile internet comments and mass shootings, among other factors.

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5. 400-pound crosses vandalized in Blount County

What some folks consider a landmark in Blount County were one man's religious artwork.

On Tuesday, however, the crosses and religious symbols located at 4744 Butterfly Gap Road just miles from downtown Maryville were lying on the ground, vandalized.

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