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18 min ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
Utility work to close part of Cumberland Ave. A major University of Tennessee utility upgrade will force crews to close part of the Cumberland Avenue strip.
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1 hr ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
A group of University of Tennessee undergrad research students are spending the summer studying the way the average person shows emotion through facial expression.
5 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
Gordon Mosely, of Signal Mountain, will host a cookout for Rex Sparks at 2108 W. Fairmount Road, Signal Mountain, on Saturday from 4-7:30 p.m. Music will be provided by "No Other Name".
9 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
I was pleased to see Caitlin Nolan endorsed by the News Sentinel for the Republican nomination in the 33rd District House of Representatives election.
Tennessee assistant men's coach Casey VanDamme has been hired as coach of the South Dakota State men's and women's golf programs.
No-Till Field Day offers tips for farmers 3,000 farmers attend each year to learn new ag techniques and technologies.
New University of Tennessee basketball coach Donnie Tyndall has purchased a waterfront home in West Knox County for $1.7 million.
Korean War veteran Rex Davis, left, holds back tears while reflecting on fallen comrades as Tom Kim of Free Medical Clinic of America, right, looks on during a Korean Cultural Show dedicated to Korean War veterans at UT's Cox Auditorium in Knoxville on Saturday.
Earlier today, I reported on the News Sentinel 's reporting of state Sen. Stacey Campfield's claim that his opponent, Knox County Commissioner Dr. Richard Briggs, is lying about living in the 7th District based on his low water bills and lack of KUB service.
Pat Summitt and her son, Tyler Summitt, clasp hands at a press conference April 19, 2012, at Thompson-Boling Arena.
To teach is to touch lives forever. On Wednesday, June 23, Mars Hall Gallery will honor artists who have dedicated their lives not only to their own craft, but also to enriching the lives of others with the gift of creating art.
Free exhibit teaches about solar energy The University of Tennessee's new solar farm exhibit helps teach about using the sun to create power.
Freedom Cyclers: Four students bike across the country Four University of Tennessee students are biking across the country to raise awareness for human trafficking.
Photo by Lacy Hilliard The Tomahawk recently won several awards in the 2014 University of Tennessee, Tennessee Press Awards State contest.
Kevin Dunlap, right, outlines his plans for the 43rd District State Representative office while fellow candidate James Jacobs waits to speak.
Hearts to Dodd and marchers against crime Here are this week's Hearts and Darts.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:30 pm
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