For months, a number of Tennessee Republicans have insisted that the hunt for victory next November lays in the hands of the lawyer-turned-actor-turned senator-turned actor-who helped give us "The Hunt for Red October." Fred Dalton Thompson.
Updated: 7:19 AM
A local movie theatre chain is handing out pagers to let you report disturbances anonymously.
Updated: 7:19 AM
One look at your garden or yard and you can tell, we really need rain, but even if you don't have either, you're probably still feeling the effects inside your home.
Updated: 9:14 PM
A federal judge has found Knoxville attorney Herb Moncier guilty of contempt.
Updated: 5:55 PM
Almost ten inches, nine and a third to be exact, that's how far below normal we are for rain this year.
Updated: 9:55 PM
What if we told you that we had a way to make the next cable, telephone, internet, or credit card bill you get in the mail a lot cheaper?
Updated: 9:57 PM
Yearly Battle Of The SEC East Will Be Fought Down In Gainesville & Aired Nationwide On CBS & Volunteer TV, September 15th At 3:30p.
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The Tennessee House Agriculture Committee passed a proposed ban on most workplace smoking, including in restaurants Wednesday morning.
Posted: 12:36 PM
There's word that actor and Former Senator Fred Thompson will be taking a step toward a formal Presidential bid next week.
Updated: 9:45 PM
A motorcycle driver has died after hitting a telephone pole in North Knox County.
Updated: 10:30 AM
A 17-year-old boy is at UT Medical Center after an ATV crash.
Updated: 8:05 AM
A look inside one of Knoxville's homeless camps.
Updated: 7:15 AM
If you're shopping for a car, or may be soon, you'll want to see this story.
Updated: 9:15 PM
An East Tennessee lawmaker is pushing for a bill that could prevent people with a history of mental illness from buying a gun.
Updated: 5:23 AM
A fire in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has now scorched over 800 acres.
Posted: 5:40 PM
A senior administration official says President Bush has chosen former Deputy Secretary Of State Robert Zoellick to lead the World Bank.
Posted: 5:22 PM
More than one hundred Knox County faith-based communities are taking part in a call to arms.
Updated: 8:11 PM
The Knox County Commission hasn't given the final OK on how it'll spend your money.
Updated: 9:01 PM
A Tennessee State Trooper accused of an inappropriate on-duty incident earlier this month is being allowed to resign instead of being fired.
Updated: 4:40 PM
The organizer of a racially-charged rally in Knoxville over the weekend is expected in court June Fourth for a bonded arraignment to face the charges against him.
Updated: 8:11 PM
Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist has withdrawn his name from consideration for World Bank president, a person familiar with the situation told the Associated Press.
Updated: 11:12 AM
A section of Pellissippi Parkway that was closed by police earlier today has re-opened.
Updated: 11:38 AM
Two people are seriously hurt after a car accident in Sevier County.
Posted: 5:49 AM
Knoxville Police are investigating a possible shooting.
Posted: 5:47 AM
Families in fear of a bear in Knoxville can now rest at ease. TWRA officers captured the black bear in the old city after about a six hour chase Downtown.
Updated: 9:12 PM
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