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3 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
Forbes Magazine released Tuesday its list of the most affordable cities in the United States.
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Isn't it time for our city to have a signature food? Here are some candidates from local chefs.
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The Revolution3 Triathlon , or Rev3, is one of the biggest races in Knoxville each year, drawing triathletes from around the country.
15 hrs ago | WMC-TV Memphis
A University of Tennessee at Chattanooga professor says researchers need to keep an eye on the amount of medicines that make it into the Tennessee River.
19 hrs ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
Authorities say 26-year-old Leslie D. Perkey was driving northbound on Chapman Highway when she crossed the center line near Zion Hill Road.
21 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
"We come out and tried to put water on it, and it wouldn't work, so we got everybody out and come out and watched it go up," said homeowner Maryanne McClanahan.
Dozens of people in one Knox County neighborhood are fighting to keep an historic home intact and untouched by developers.
A bicyclist was hospitalized Tuesday after being hit by a truck, according to officials with the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
The use of an oven as a heating source has been ruled as the cause of a Northwest Knoxville house fire that critically injured an elderly woman last week, officials said.
Special to the News Sentinel This 18-bead necklace was made with six red roses that were given to a woman by her grandmother for a college graduation.
The Hamblen County Sheriff's Department Narcotics Unit and Detective Division are rounding up suspects Monday as part of a year-long drug investigation.
A 22-year-old from Knoxville was killed during his spring break vacation after officials say a teenager, also from Tennessee, ran into his scooter car in Panama City Beach, Fla.
Unlike Board of Regents system, UT's doesn't 'knowingly accept' undocumented students, but in-state tuition bill could change that.
After about five years on the job, the Forsyth County Extension Office agent's official last day was Feb. 28. "Originally when I came here, I had planned to retire around 68, so that would have given me another three years," said Garton, a native of England.
Emerald Charter Schools wants to bring Emerald Academy to North Knoxville next year which would serve students grades K-8.