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. $25M in cash withdrawals spark IRS probe; 54 face deportation

54 people face deportation following the raid of a Bean Station slaughterhouse after an IRS probe details $25 million in cash withdrawals and possible tax evasion.

Federal agents detained 97 people following Thursday morning's unexpected raid at Southeastern Provision.

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2. BCSO: Suspect in custody after Blount County man's remains found

The remains of a Blount County man missing since January were discovered earlier this week on his property, the Blount County Sheriff's Office said.

Dennis Allan Foltz, 70, of Tallassee, was identified using dental records during an autopsy Thursday.

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3. TBI's search for missing 5-year-old boy continues

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an endangered child alert for a missing 5-year-old out of Dickson on Wednesday.

Joe Clyde Daniels was last seen wearing his pajamas at his home on Garners Creek Road on Tuesday night.

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4. Morgan 911 tape details woman's injury after alleged bomb explosion: 'It's pretty bad'

Authorities said charges are pending following a bomb situation in Morgan County that injured a man and his pregnant girlfriend Wednesday night.

Deputies responded to 615 Island Fork Road at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday when a man called 911 to report a firework had exploded and hurt his girlfriend.

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5. Cold, rain doesn't hinder Rhythm N' Blooms festival

Rhythm 'N Blooms is officially underway, but a lot of work went into getting ready for the big production.

The festival was organized as a way for people who love music and the Knoxville community to meet new people and experience the historic Old City under the backdrop of a music and arts celebration.

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