Updated: 9:46 AM - A homeless man faces charges following a stabbing at a north Knoxville shopping center late Sunday afternoon, according to the Knoxville Police Dept.
Posted: 5:15 PM - A former U.S. Marine facing extradition to the Philippines on double murder charges says he is innocent.
Posted: 2:48 PM - The 35-year-old from Knoxville, Tenn., is one of three men charged by Philippine authorities with killing a retired Northern Ireland police officer and his girlfriend in 2011.
Updated: 12:07 PM - A maintenance technician has been killed at the Nissan auto assembly plant in Smyrna. A company spokesman confirmed the death of 43-year-old Michael Hooper.
Posted: 5:31 AM - Stats tell us one in six women will be raped or face attempted rape at some time during their lives. That's why the Sevierville Police Department is hosting a Rape Aggression Defense class for women Tuesday night.
Posted: 2:39 PM - Drivers across the country caught a break last week. Despite several factors that usually indicate higher prices, the cost of a gallon of gas actually fell 2.4 cents nationwide, according to a new survey from AAA.
Posted: 2:43 PM - A taxi driver choked and robbed a passenger in a dispute over a tip near San Francisco’s Buena Vista Park early Sunday morning, a police spokesman said Monday.
Posted: 1:19 PM - State officials are making the case to Fiat head Sergio Marchionne to select Tennessee for the Italian automaker's joint headquarters with Chrysler Group LLC.
Posted: 1:11 PM - The state labor chief says cutting services at state jobless service centers shouldn't make it harder for out-of-work Tennesseans to find jobs.
Posted: 2:11 PM - Firefighters could again get some help from rain Monday as they work to put out hot spots from the most destructive wildfire ever in Colorado.
Updated: 6:13 AM - Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty say the expansion includes a $117,000 investment in Sullivan County.
Posted: 5:52 AM - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam began the year by dismissing what he called a "caricature" of Republicans struggling to manage their supermajority in state government.
Updated: 2:01 PM - The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.