Thursday Jul 10
Knox County deputies arrest suspect in Tazewell Pike robberies
The Knox County Sheriff's Office says it has caught the man suspected in three recent armed robberies on Tazewell Pike.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Fentress County boy loses battle with cancer, remembered as hero
Friends and family of a Fentress County boy who had brain cancer are celebrating his life.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Mrs. Linnie Pearl Manis Wells, Cumberland Co., KY
Mrs. Linnie Pearl Manis Wells, Cumberland Co., KY She was a member of Highland Chapel United Methodist Church and attended Dutch Creek Church of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Fentress County officials locate missing inmate, working to capture
A European yarn company announced Friday it is planning a manufacturing facility in Dandridge that is expected to bring 32 jobs and millions of dollars to the community.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Vintage base ball players hit the field again in Knoxville, train ride to game available
According to Fentress County jail administrator Barbara Rogers, Joshua Carroll escaped while a drug search was going inside the jail Monday around 1 p.m. According to Fentress County jail administrator Barbara Rogers, Joshua Carroll escaped while a drug search was going inside the jail Monday around 1 p.m. What can be done to make a deadly railroad ... (more)
Putnam may get veterans cemetery
Putnam County is now being looked at as a potential location for a new, proposed state veterans cemetery in the Upper Cumberland region in the coming years.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Inmate escapes from Fentress County Jail
Inmate escapes from Fentress County Jail An inmate from the Fentress County Jail is on the run.
Fentress County officials looking for missing inmate
Sheriff Tony Choate says Josh Carroll, 35, was in the yard for a drug sweep of the jail and slipped over the fence.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Mothers Against Drunk Driving in danger of losing major funding
The Mothers Against Drunk Driving organization in Tennessee may lose more than $15,000 of funding for their victim services unless at least 60 more people in the state purchase one of their MADD license plates by June 30. Cookeville couple Norris and Aline Skelley were two of the chief volunteers who campaigned to first get the plates into ... (more)