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Morristown man wanted in Grainger County double homicide


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Commission to consider eight applicants for Circuit Court Judge in 4th Judicial District

Federal grant to help city, IJAMS combat invasive species in parks, along greenways

Tennessee State Parks host Tennessee Promise service events

Lookout Mountain woman sentenced to prison in connection with $7.5 million multi-state fraud scheme

Council approves grant funding to support improvements at Birdhouse, botanical garden

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hub knoxville Juneau Construction Company celebrates topping out at Hub Knoxville

KNOXVILLE – Juneau Construction Company is celebrating the topping out of Hub Knoxville. It is set to be one of the most sought-after off-campus student housing projects near the University of Tennessee campus.

oak ridge baby box Tennessee's eighth Safe Haven Baby Box opens

OAK RIDGE, TN – The City of Oak Ridge Fire Department officially opened its Safe Haven Baby Box today. It’s a device for mothers to safely and anonymously drop off their newborn babies in a time of crisis.

gap road house fire House fire suffers fire and smoke damage

KNOXVILLE - This evening at 8:08 PM, The Knox County 911 Emergency Communications District received multiple calls for a possible house on fire on Gap road with someone still inside.

green industry field day 2024 Green Industry Field Day scheduled for June 27

KNOXVILLE - The Green Industry Field Day will be hosted by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and the Tennessee Nursery and Landscape Association. This annual field day offers participants a special opportunity to gain top-notch information and keep updated on a variety of topics from UTIA specialists to better your landscape, nursery or garden business center.

new gorilla at zoo knoxville New gorilla arrives at Zoo Knoxville

KNOXVILLE - Kumi, a 25-year-old female Western lowland gorilla, is making her public debut this weekend at Zoo Knoxville’s Gorilla Valley habitat. Her arrival is a new chapter in the Zoo’s ongoing conservation work with this critically endangered species.

ut pollinator week UT to host “Garden Buzz: The Celebration of Pollinators”

The University of Tennessee Bee Campus Committee, a group comprised of UT faculty, staff and students, in partnership with the Tennessee Valley Authority and UT Gardens, invites communities across the state to celebrate national Pollinator Week at a series of Garden Buzz pollinator events.

Rocky Top Ford at war with Sevier County Ogles and Whaleys, et. al

New funding for nuclear education in Tennessee


stop the bleed TN Department of Children’s Services hosts ‘Stop the Bleed’

SOMERVILLE, TN – The Tennessee Department of Children’s Services (DCS), in collaboration with Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, hosted ‘Stop the Bleed’ training at Wilder Youth Development Center recently. Youth who participated in the event are now equipped with a unique set of skills to save lives.

AGs Skrmetti, Coleman lead fight to preserve student privacy and fairness for women in education

AG Skrmetti and coalition demand American Bar Association stop requiring law schools to engage in illegal racial discrimination

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No student loan bailouts for campus criminals

Sen. Oliver, Rep. Behn announce bill to make preschool free for every 4-year-old


Records show CIA deployed bomb techs, dog teams to DC on January 6

Sailor stands watch aboard Abraham Lincoln

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Tropical fish are invading Australian ocean water

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Rocky Top Ford at war with Sevier County Ogles and Whaleys, et. al
Tennessee’s 5th Baby Box blessed in Clinton
How the UT Institute of Agriculture is making a difference
TVA Campgrounds, Visitor Centers Reopen for the Season
325.5 million visits to national parks in 2023
City releases strategy to meet housing challenges
The Future of Ijams Nature Center features new campus master plan
Knoxville named in Beacon Center 2023 Pork Report
Sunsphere turns blue, attracts visitors from around the world
Tennessee’s 1st Baby Box is blessed
New projects will improve forest health and wildlife habitat
Department of the Interior celebrates recovery of the snail darter
Follow Me to Tennessee: Tennessee Migration Report
National Park receives $31 million to repair Foothills Parkway West
TVA unveils $3M in pilot projects to advance valley connectivity, carbon-free future

National Park Service acquires 60 acres of land
TVA approves Asian carp fish barriers at seven dams
New sidewalks to be built in Lonsdale
$2 million committed to Burlington streetscape project
New East Knoxville greenway to connect parks, botanical garden
City investing $1.6 million to build sidewalks along Old Broadway
City’s online chatbot available in Spanish
Service proposes listing for the rare sickle darter fish

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Tennessee Supreme Court suspends Knoxville attorney

City offices closed for Juneteenth -- special celebrations scheduled

Roane County lawyer disbarred

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Voting for the Lesser Evil?
By Robert Kohler

Letter to the Editor

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By Joe Bialek

Principles of Real Estate and Murder: a Frank Merchant Mystery

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Retiring from the Knox County Sheriff's office after decades of service, former Detective Frank Merchant was no stranger to crime scenes or blood. Still, after an existential crisis about "next steps" the widower decides that real estate might be a fun new "second career." He didn't expect more blood, but when his first client, a Scientist at the Oak Ridge National Lab, ends up dead, he struggles to sort out his old life from his new! Who is trying to keep him from getting to the truth? Shadowy enemies of the State, the demands of the new career and some gun-wielding ex-cons all seem to be determined to stop him one way or the other. Order your copy

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