If you are a faithful watcher of WVLT you have seen Santa Claus, Colleen Adair of WIVK and myself handing out teddy bears at Children's Hospital during the Christmas season.
I hope you have seen my story on Link Hudson, University of Tennessee sports producer and editor.
For 10 weeks Mark Haub, a professor of human nutrition at Kansas State ate a Twinkie cake every three hours instead of his meals.
Last year you didn't attend as many football games, car races, play golf, or go to movies as much as you did the previous years. That's according to government report
How many of you watched the Vols play Kentucky on television Saturday afternoon? Did you go to the game in Nashville?
For those of you who volunteer your time, you probably already know this, but it's good to get it validated from a National perspective.
HERE'S A STORY WE RECENTLY RAN THAT IS A PAGE RIGHT OUT OF AN ANDY GRIFFITH EPISODE, I JUST THINK OF BARNEY FIFE WHEN I READ THIS.
Rick Russo and myself just got finished taping some promotional spots with Bruce Pearl regarding his "OUTLIVE" cancer fundraiser
Following up on our online poll, what was your favorite commercial of Super Bowl 44?
We know since the Super Bowl began in 1967, it has developed into a cultural phenomenon. From the hours and hours of pre game hype to the game itself to the glamorous halftime show and to the commercials.
It's interesting since the mid 1990s the small number of significant snows we've had in the East Tennessee valley.
Since a Chattanooga hospital announced last week they're no longer hiring tobacco users, many of you have already responded with your opinions.
I've been in contact with my Christian brothers and sisters in Haiti via emails for the past wee
Let's face it, we're just not used to this kind of weather!
As 2009 comes to a close, just a thought to ponder. How will you say 2010?
Have you ever had the opportunity to play Santa?
In the past few years, we've done numerous stories on many businesses doing away with Christmas greetings and going with the politically correct, "Happy Holidays". But so many people have come out in protest.
We all knew Tennessee was the best place to live, now a new list by Forbes Magazine says it too
How many of you are familiar with the story of the Shroud of Turin?
As I observe Veterans Day here at home, it brings up a reminder of the many World War II vets who have since passed on.
Those black jersey's that shocked us all when the Vols ran through the "T" on that rainy Halloween night are just a few of the many wild things seen in Neyland stadium during the modern times of UT football.
I shared lunch today with a number of United Way volunteers, past campaign chairs
For many of you, memories of the S&W cafeteria is an old boarded up building, but for so many of us baby boomers, it was a grand ole place.