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Correspondence: Dr R Livada, Department of Periodontology, College of Dentistry, University of Tennessee Health Center, 875 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38163, USA.
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By MONA NAIR 6 News Reporter KNOXVILLE The ongoing crimes in the Parkridge area are a concern for residents there.
With feed prices high, it's best to minimize storage and feeding losses on expensive harvested hay.
Stephen Ash, author of "A Massacre in Memphis," and M.J. O'Brien, author of "We Shall Not Be Moved," appeared at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville, Tennessee, to discuss their books and take questions from audience members.
The University of Tennessee announced Tuesday its plans to raise the minimum starting pay rate to $9 an hour on Jan. 1, 2014.
Zoologists from the University of Tennessee monitored the behaviour of crocodiles and alligators, which use twigs and sticks as bird lures The animals balance a collection of twigs on their snouts during specific times of year in a bid to trick birds into preparing to nest with the wood The research details the first known case of predators timing ... (more)
The University of Tennessee Gardens, 2431 Joe Johnson Drive, will host a Winter Wonderland workshop from noon-3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, in room 252 of the Ellington Plant Sciences Building.
A Louisville man charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and stalking was indicted by a Blount County grand jury Monday.
The University of Tennessee took steps Monday to kick the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity's off campus due to hazing.
Authorities say a Tennessee sheriff has been arrested, accused by one of his deputies of sexually assaulting her at her home.
The University of Tennessee took steps Monday to revoke Pi Kappa Phi's registration following the decision by the fraternity's national office to close the chapter due to hazing allegations.
Celebrity journalism is often considered to be without merit, discounted due to its sensational details and lack of news value.
John Brinkley has been named the Region II EMS Directors Association's "Paramedic of the Year" for his exemplary service as a Knox County and Army combat medic.
The recently shut down Pi Kappa Phi chapter at the University of Tennessee is not the only fraternity to get into trouble on campus this year.
The annual Trees of Christmas display kicked off this Sunday at the Smith Trahern Mansion, featuring over 30 decorated trees, music, food and a visit from Santa Claus himself.
Humans have no exclusive claim on intelligence. Across the animal kingdom, all sorts of creatures have performed impressive intellectual feats.