More sunshine this afternoon
When Knox County Schools introduced the "KCS Way," an initiative aimed towards making life easier on those in special education, they were hopeful to fill many needs within the school system.
The Forensic Anthropology Center at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been awarded two grants totaling over $580,000 from the Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice.
A suspect charged with murder following a shooting near Hall of Fame Drive in Knoxville on Sunday has turned himself in, police said Monday.
In the early morning of December 3, five Angus cows were taken from an Englewood farm. The owner of the cows is offering a $1,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to the thief's arrest or recovery of his animals.
The college football bowl picture is set. The Vols will be heading to the Sunshine State to take on Iowa in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl.
Experience the season’s spirit at Great Smoky Mountains National Park during two popular holiday events on Saturday, December 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Gun laws figure to be one of the most-discussed topics of the next regular session perhaps only behind education. As state capitol reporter Chris O’Brien found even some Republicans are looking at changes.
The Loudon County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing man from Lenoir City.
Organizers in Knoxville are once again gearing up for Big Ears Festival, a unique music and arts festival that attracts fans from around the world.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee has been working hard to feed people in need since 1982. Matthew Blondell with Second Harvest shares more about a telethon event to help out this holiday season.
Unfortunately, the prices at the pump fluctuated in the last week here, but just about five cents on the state average. AAA said as we went into the weekend, prices were declining and are now 2 cents cheaper than last week.
April may seem like a long way away, but for those planning on running the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, training should start soon. To help people get ready, the Knoxville Track Club is offering several free training runs.