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Police in Clinton are asking for help in identifying several pieces of jewelry recovered from a burglary suspect's home.
On Monday, Knox County Criminal Court Judge Bob McGee said he would need to take a "closer look" at the circumstances in the case of Gary Hamilton, a former Fulton High School in-school suspension instructional assistant who was charged in September with assaulting a student.
Communities still waiting for millions in 2011 tornado reimbursements FEMA and TEMA still owe local counties and municipalities over $14 million from the deadly storms.
An East Tennessee woman has imagined far off lands with inspirational characters and put it all down in a book.
The American Cancer Society kicked off its Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event Monday by creating a human pink ribbon at World's Fair Park in Knoxville.
Thomas James stops traffic while a construction crew cleans debris from the expansion joint on the south end of the Henley Bridge in Knoxville on Thursday, May 29, 2014.
Wine in grocery stores will be on November ballot for Farragut It's official - wine in grocery stores will be up for vote in Farragut for the November elections.
Knoxville Area Rescue Ministries is holding its annual "Stuff the Bus" campaign through July 27 to give children the supplies they need for school success.
Walgreens stores in East Tennessee are hiring more people with disabilities than other stores in the state, said Doug Walgreens hires people with disabilities in East Tenn.
Gov Bill Haslam is kidded by his wife, Crissy, for taking longer than her to early vote Friday at the City-County Building.
Watchful Eye on Traffic for July 11-18 shows more downed trees and power lines, this time around Hart Road in West Knox County.
Kindergarten teacher Caydee Lawrence, left, goes over paperwork with parent Christy Buchanan as Lawrence's upcoming student Fletcher Buchanan, 6, looks nervously around the classroom with his sister, Caroline Buchanan, 8, during Alcoa Elementary School's "Sneak a Peek" event on Thursday.
It's time to be an American. Today is the first day of early voting in the 2014 Knox County general election and the state primary elections, as well as the Farragut municipal election.
So earlier this week, in preparation for our epic cover story , we watched state Sen. Stacey Campfield and Knox County Commissioner Dr. Richard Briggs go at it on WATE's Tennessee This Week .
ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL Greater Knoxville Business Journal Editor Amy Nolan, top center, moderates a forum at the South College Auditorium in Knoxville on Thursday.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:57 am
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