KNOXVILLE NEWS: News from Knoxville - Knox County, Sevier County, Blount County!
knoxville news
knoxville daily sun menu knoxville news business knoxville real estate knoxville sports knoxville jobs travel knoxville automotive knoxville lifestyle knoxville entertainment shopping religion volunteer money email alerts knoxville daily sun knoxville weather education opinion ads yellow pages smoky mountains daily sun facebook twitter rss reed linkedin.com knoxville health knoxville classifieds

watts bar unit 2Nation’s first new nuclear unit in 21st century now operating at Watts Bar
SPRING CITY, TN. – The nation’s first new nuclear unit in the 21st century is now operational. Licensed reactor operators at Tennessee Valley Authority’s Watts Bar Unit 2 project reached a major milestone at 2:16 a.m. EDT, Monday, May 23, 2016, when the unit’s reactor achieved its first sustained nuclear fission reaction.
Full Story >>  

Horror stories inspired Corker bill on human trafficking
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Bob Corker was horrified by the young women’s stories.

A teenage girl, no more than 15, recalled a man coming to her rural village in the Philippines and offering to take her and her little sister to see the big city of Manila. You’ll be back by sundown, he promised.

Full Story >>  

oak ridge boys
Oak Ridge Boys coming
to Pigeon Forge
gerdau bikes
Gerdau rewards Lonsdale students with new bikes
chris groer
Wrong bear euthanized
in the national park
louisiana waterthrush
Tremont Institute kicks off bird banding season
New Publix Super Market opens in Pigeon Forge May 25
sunday morning
Emporium Center featuring 33 artists June 3-24

Clarence Brown Theatre offers eight-play lineup for 2016/2017 Season
The Clarence Brown Theatre is offering an exciting eight-play lineup for the 2016/2017 Season, which includes an Arthur Miller drama, two contemporary plays, a new version of our holiday classic, a voyage around the world…and more.
Full Story >>

Corning International to pay $66.5 million for price fixing
DETROIT — Corning International Kabushiki Kaisha (Corning International K.K.) has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $66.5 million criminal fine for conspiring to fix prices, rig bids and allocate the market for ceramic substrates sold in the United States and elsewhere
Full Story >>

World marks turning point in global fight against illegal fishing
WASHINGTON — “The world marked a turning point yesterday in the global fight against illegal fishing,” said Secretary of State John Kerry today in a press conference.
Full Story >> 

Franklin man convicted in Mitt Romney tax extortion scheme
NASHVILLE — Michael Mancil Brown, 37, of Franklin, Tenn., was found guilty yesterday by a federal jury in Nashville for engaging in an extortion and wire fraud scheme involving former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s tax returns.
Full Story >> 

State Fire Marshal offers safety tips for outdoor music festivals
With the summer season quickly approaching, music lovers are counting down the days until the kick off of Tennessee’s major outdoor festivals such as Bonnaroo in Manchester, the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival and others across the state. The State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds music fans to always incorporate safety into their plans for summer music, no matter the festival.
Full Story >>

FBI Tip Line can save lives
A tip to the FBI Tip Line —no matter how cryptic, innocuous, or far-fetched the information may seem—can help prevent violent acts.
Full Story >> 

Translate the Knoxville Daily Sun

Knoxville News Archives
Real Estate
Smoky Mountains
  Business & Money
Yellow Pages
News Alerts
Submit News
Place An Ad
Contact Us

knoxville daily sun Knoxville Daily Sun
2016 Image Builders
User Agreement | Privacy Policy
knoxville news - knoxville daily news - knoxville newspapers - knoxville daily newspaper

The Knoxville Daily Sun is privately owned.
We reserve the right to refuse any editorial content, press releases, or advertisements.
knoxville news   . . . . . . . . . . . . .