A radio station is off the air after an overnight fire.
Updated: 8:09 AM
The family members of and East Tennessee Solider who was killed on Thursday in Iraq talk about the man they consider a hero.
Updated: 5:02 AM
At just after high noon, while the Vols were about to to hit the court, students and fans flocked to a wing joint on the Cumberland Avenue Strip to cheer on the Big Orange.
Updated: 7:14 AM
Lotto 5 Jackpot Also Hit in Nashville
Posted: 11:21 AM
The debate over the war in Iraq plays out in Knoxville as VFW members and anti-war protesters talk about their own opinion's.
Updated: 3:21 PM
The family of Sevier County murder victim Kelly Seller's reacts to the John Wayne Blair verdict.
Updated: 3:16 PM
John Wayne Blair has been found guilty of first degree premeditated murder and will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole.
Updated: 12:20 AM
Sixty million containers of wet pet food was recalled on Friday after reports of kidney failure and deaths.
Updated: 5:44 PM
Late last night a jury found a Sweetwater soldier guilty of three county of negligent homicide in the deaths of three Iraqi detainees.
Updated: 2:40 PM
The Department of Defense has identified an East Tennessee man as one of the soldiers killed by an I.E.D. in Baghdad.
Updated: 2:41 PM
Knoxville Police are out in full force the night before St. Patrick's Day.
Updated: 5:36 PM
Friday the prosecution rested in the trial of John Wayne Blair who is accused of killing Kelly Sellers.
Updated: 11:45 PM
It's a fire that still smolders in the hearts and minds of many of you.
Updated: 9:38 PM
A Loudon Elementary School student fufilled her dream today in giving her handicapped friend a way to enjoy being on the playground like her other classmates.
Updated: 11:40 PM
A Knox County commissioner who spent the night at Saint Mary's Hospital is now home.
Posted: 7:25 PM
State and county emergency professionals tell WVLT that Thursday's fire at the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex is an incident so common-place, so easily controlled, they didn't activate their automated warning systems.
Updated: 9:47 PM
Vols fans of all ages tuned in Friday afternoon to watch the big game wherever they could.
Updated: 9:44 PM
A suspect is in custody in connection with a two year old Knoxville murder case.
Posted: 5:49 PM
The government is warning police that suspected members of extremist groups have signed up to be school bus drivers.
Posted: 4:57 PM
Roane County authorities have charged a man with throwing a hammer through a car window, knocking out several of his toddler son's teeth.
Posted: 2:54 PM
Bolivia's coca growers are taking on an American soft-drink icon.
Posted: 1:36 PM
Spring officially arrives next week, but winter in the northeast is going out with a potentially heavy punch.
Posted: 1:10 PM
Outed CIA operative Valerie Plame has told a House committee that she felt like she'd been "hit in the gut" when she saw her cover blown in a newspaper column.
Updated: 1:04 PM
Carlos Ghosn, the charismatic chief executive who led Nissan to a turnaround, is giving up his role overseeing the US market. The move is part of a larger management shakeup at the automaker.
Updated: 11:05 AM
The two US Senators from Kentucky are raising the stakes in an ongoing debate between electric distributors wanting to break away from the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Posted: 11:01 AM
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