5 things to know this morning

(WVLT) -- 1. Pigeon Forge Fire Department: 3 hospitalized following incident at Smoky Mountain Opry

Three people were taken to the hospital after they were discovered unconscious at the Smoky Mountain Opry on Saturday night.

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2. Bridge repairs hit the brakes on I-40 travel

Lane closures significantly impacted travel on Interstate 40, even causing gridlock on some parts of the highway Saturday.

The worst of the standstill isn't over yet.According to the Tennessee Department of Transportation, traffic will be heavy all weekend.

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3. Monroe County sheriff implements new school safety program

The Monore County Sheriff implemented a new school safety program in response to the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 people in South Florida.

Sheriff Tommy Jones said he and members of his staff visited schools in Monroe County and spoke with school administrators, students and parents about the importance of keeping kids safe in the classroom.

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4. College student charged in parents' slayings

A 19-year-old Central Michigan University student suspected of fatally shooting his parents in a dormitory has been charged with murder.

University spokeswoman, Heather Smith, said James Eric Davis Jr. also faces a felony weapons charge.

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5. No. 16 Vols beat Georgia 66-61, win share of SEC title

Admiral Schofield scored 23 points to lead Tennessee's second-half comeback Saturday as the 16th-ranked Volunteers rallied past Georgia 66-61 to win a share of the Southeastern Conference regular-season championship.

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