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Watchful Eye on Property Crimes for March 5-12 is looking at a small group of incidents in the Maryville Pike-Martin Mill Pike area.
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Dozens of people in one Knox County neighborhood are fighting to keep an historic home intact and untouched by developers.
Air Force Airmen Colby D. Weller, Charles L. Robinson and Tabitha R. Mynatt graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.
Workers' rights groups from around the state gathered on the steps of the Capitol Wednesday afternoon to urge legislators to pay more attention to workers and their needs.
A German manufacturing company is looking to build a factory in Knox County with the plan to create more than 600 jobs.
The group hosted a series of focus groups Tuesday to discuss the educational models for the Emerald Academy.
Ijams Nature Center will host a Superhero Hero Academy for children ages 4 and older at 9:30 a.m. March 22. The class will look at some of the asuperheroesa" of the animal world.
The Knox County Criminal Court Clerk's Office has finally given authorities the names to dozens of offenders charged with meth-related crimes Since a 10News investigation first aired, more Knox County offenders have been added to the state's meth offender registry.
The East Tennessee Preservation Alliance announced Monday the 2014 East Tennessee's Endangered Heritage list of endangered historic buildings and places.
The Tennessee Education Association has filed a lawsuit against the Knox County Board of Education saying its use of Tennessee Value Added Assessment System estimates in high-stakes bonus decisions is unconstitutional.
Watchful Eye on Violent Crimes for March 3-10 shows a string of incident reports along Kingston Pike headed west.
Landon Whitehead, left, and his younger brother Ryland Whitehead look through the sports books at Friends of the Knox County Library Annual Used Book Sale in this News Sentinel file photos.
TDOT's $30 million project is underway to widen a bumpy two-lane bottleneck into five lanes on Hwy 33 Maynardville Pike.
Knox County interim Trustee Craig Leuthold said his office took in just over $244.9 million so far from early July Knox County property tax collections are up this year to the tune of $7.1 million, according to financial numbers released Friday.