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Pride of the Southland Marching Band director Dr. Gary Sousa directs the band during the "Star Spangled Banner" before the matchup between Tennessee and Georgia State at Neyland Stadium Saturday, Sept.
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A delayed construction project in an already congested area is expected to make problems worse before they get better.
One elderly woman is recovering Thursday night at UT Medical Center after suffering cardiac arrest and smoke inhalation in the wake of a fire at her home.
About 7 in 10 recent college graduates carry student loan debt, with the average alum owing close to $30,000.
The University of Tennessee has fired Dr. Gary Sousa as director of the Pride of the Southland Band, but he will retain his faculty position in the school of music.
Tennessee's got a state bird, a state flower, a pair of state rocks and several state songs.
Republican leaders in the state Senate are warning that new funding for the University of Tennessee could be threatened over the use of student fees for a weeklong program about sex.
Former U.S. Ambassador Cameron Munter suggested that for the U.S. to forge a better relationship with Pakistan the focus on governmental relations needs to be dimmed.
Leading women of Murfreesboro's business community were honored Wednesday afternoon at a luncheon at Embassy Suites for the creative and innovative things they do.
The suspect charged in Tuesday's school bus crash in West Knox County has a history of DUI convictions according to records obtained by 6 News.
Brock & Spencer Benefits, LLC, the employee benefits arm of Brock Insurance Agency, announced the addition of Katie Landers as the new Voluntary Benefits specialist.
Every year in the US, 300,000 people are diagnosed with the tick-borne illness caused by Borrelia bacteria, which can trigger arthritis and neurological problems.
A zoning ordinance was amended on second reading at the meeting of the Red Bank Commission Tuesday night.
A 40-foot-high hill with a 360-degree view of the river and city is going for $1 million, a cafA© building for $800,000 and palm trees and park benches, $1,000.
Senate Government Operations Committee Chairman Mike Bell and Education Committee Chairman Dolores Gresham have issued a letter to University of Tennessee President Dr. Joe DiPietro and members of the Board of Trustees of the University of Tennessee "expressing their strong disapproval regarding the Sex Week UT program being held at the Knoxville ... (more)
Danny Collins, of Bell and Associates, carries building materials at the University Commons construction site on Tuesday, March 3, 2014.