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1 hr ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
This map shows the education levels for each county in Tennessee according to Tennessee Education Commission data.
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5 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
The Maryland Department of the Environment is seeking a $100,000 fine from truck stop operator Pilot Flying J for alleged water pollution from leaky underground fuel tanks near Hagerstown.
8 hrs ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
East Tennessee's favorite daughter will be performing close to home next year. On Friday, Dolly Parton announced she would bring her Blue Smoke World On Friday, Dolly Parton announced she would bring her Blue Smoke World Tour to Knoxville on May 28. Dolly's website says she will be performing at the University of Tennessee in a beneft concert for ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Washington Times
Where will they go next if such freedom is denied? An appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is the latest dramatic chapter in an effort to save an Evangelical Christian family from being deported back to their home country of Germany where religious liberty was being pounded away by the government.
14 hrs ago | TheCelebrityCafe
Crocodiles have been observed utilizing sticks as hunting tools to lure birds to land on their snouts.
17 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Growing up as an athletic Franklin boy, Brian Perkinson had his sprains, strains and even a few broken bones patched by Dr. Craig Ferrell and the staff at Franklin Bone and Joint Clinic.
A dog from Upper East Tennessee is healing at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center after she nearly died in a house fire last month.
New research published by an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee shows crocodiles and alligators use twigs and sticks to lure birds, particularly during nest-building times.
His portfolio includes many southern landscapes and portraits, perhaps a reflection of the more than 20 southern cities Alan Shuptrine has lived in.
In an effort to help remember victims of homicide, John Carney, the District Attorney General for Tennessee's 19th Judicial District, is expanding a holiday event into Robertson County that has been held in Montgomery County for the past 16 years.
Two University of Tennessee students were arrested this week on harassment charges stemming from alleged hazing incidents at a campus fraternity.
Stephen and Randal Wilhoit, sons of Hall of Fame inductee Betty Wilhoit; Jeanette Eigelsbach, Distinguished Service Award recipient, and Patricia King-Mims, Special Achievement recipient.
Authorities on Thursday arrested a second University of Tennessee student on a charge he joined in harassing a fellow student who reported hazing at the Pi Kappa Phi campus chapter.
YORKTOWN -- Five Yorktown High School musicians have been selected to be a part of the Ball State Honor Band Festival Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6-7.
Preference should be given to candidates who also have practical knowledge of recombinant methods or confocal microscopy.
The crocodile is a pretty shrewd hunter - they even use lures to hunt their prey, according to Vladimir Dinets, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and colleagues, who say they have observed two crocodilian species, muggers and American alligators, using twigs and sticks to lure birds, ... (more)
There's no getting around it- Housebound is a very strange book. But the debut novel of Knoxville's Elizabeth Gentry casts a weird and magical spell over the reader, drawing you into its claustrophobic setting and then spinning out rewards as you travel through a handful of days with its 19-year-old protagonist Maggie, who is preparing to leave ... (more)