Last year an East Tennessee marine lost both his legs to a roadside bomb attack in Iraq.
Updated: 9:19 PM
Governor Bredesen will lift a 90-day ban on executions Wednesday. Tennessee is ready to resume executions under new rules now, making lethal injections less painful.
Updated: 9:34 PM
The clock is ticking tonight for Knox County parents less than 24-hours before the school board decides if the rezoning plan is a go, or a no-go.
Updated: 4:18 PM
The American Lung Association released its "State Of The Air 2007" report, Tuesday, revealing some troubling trends.
Updated: 9:22 PM
Blount County fire crews and members from the Tennessee Forestry Department are on scene right now of a brush fire on Butterfly Gap Road.
Updated: 4:40 PM
Two people now face child abuse and neglect charges after police say they left their five month old baby in the backseat of their car while they went shopping.
Posted: 2:03 PM
A local man leads Blount County Police on a chase into Knox County, just minutes after officials say he robbed a store on Alcoa Highway.
Updated: 4:01 PM
An audiotape could offer a chance at healing for many of those involved in the shootings at Kent State University 37 years ago.
Updated: 11:54 AM
An East Tennessee man is now charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder and three Knoxville Police officers are thankful to be alive.
Posted: 11:31 AM
A trial date has been set for two men charged in connection with graffiti vandalism in the Downtown Knoxville area.
Posted: 11:28 AM
Authorities say a man arrested in South Carolina for bank robbery may have robbed up to 40 banks in several states, including Tennessee and Kentucky, before being captured.
Posted: 11:21 AM
A Wartburg man is dead, after a late night accident on a Morgan County roadway.
Posted: 11:16 AM
What started out as a large meth lab bust and four arrests, has ended with several surprising twists and turns and eight people in jail.
Updated: 12:49 AM
The U.S. Military says it's looking into reports that the leader of Al-Qaida in Iraq has been killed.
Updated: 4:26 PM
The search has temporarily ended in for a mentally challenged man after police learned he may be in Alabama.
Updated: 11:04 AM
A plane's nose gear collapses, forcing it to make an emergency landing in Sevierville.
Updated: 10:34 PM
It was a banner year for tourism in Sevier County last year so what are officials there doing to get people to return, now that the price of gas is on the rise again?
Updated: 9:28 PM
Parents are asking the school board to go back, re-study the data available and come up with another plan to fill Hardin Valley High School.
Updated: 4:18 PM
Part of the Atomic Speedway is destroyed after it caught fire Monday evening.
Updated: 11:09 AM
It's the end of an era in Campbell County.
Updated: 9:31 PM
A Knox County man is in the hospital tonight after being shot several times by an officer.
More than 15 hours after the shooting and TBI Supervisory Agent in Charge Bob Denny still has not returned any of our calls.
Updated: 9:49 PM
Alcoa Highway has reopened after a truck snags a power line, just south of McGhee-Tyson Airport.
Updated: 7:27 PM
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is now the licensed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Posted: 3:31 PM
Knoxville police are still on the hunt for one of the shooters involved in what they call a bungled drug deal at a West Knoxville shopping center in broad daylight.
Updated: 7:18 AM
A new State Department report says there were 25 percent more terrorist attacks worldwide last year, and that extremists killed 40 percent more people than the previous year.
Posted: 2:36 PM
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