Updated: 9:37 PM New York police have secured a lower Manhattan site where surveyors discovered what appears to be part of one of the planes destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks.
Posted: 4:33 PM When a storm hits and damages your home, it can be difficult knowing where to turn, and especially difficult knowing how avoid being scammed by contractors looking to take advantage of homeowners.
Posted: 3:44 PM Rebuilding Together Knoxville starts their first major project on a home in North Knoxville for one deserving woman.
Updated: 12:14 PM The 12th Anniversary Rossini Festival delivers cultural arts and entertainment to East Tennessee Saturday despite the weather forecast.
Posted: 12:24 PM Diana Wilson, Burchett's chief executive assistant, was unable to get to a credit union to deposit the funds on April 1, so she said she put them in an envelope under a mat on Burchett's desk.
Updated: 3:13 PM A Horse Haven of Tennessee (HHT) equine manager was badly injured on Thursday as she helped rescue 19 horses from a trainer accused of "soring" them, according to haven's website.
Posted: 11:17 PM George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic "He Stopped Loving Her Today," has died.
Updated: 9:58 AM Students at Heritage High School in Blount Co. are safe after a small electrical fire forced their evactuation early Friday morning, the sheriff's office said.
Updated: 6:51 AM Call and make your appointment now with Belk to get a free mammogram.
Updated: 12:34 PM The Senate voted 63-30 Thursday to advance a bill that would impose state and local sales taxes on purchases made over the Internet.
Posted: 7:04 AM The bill passed late Thursday without even a roll call vote, and House officials indicated it likely would be brought up for quick approval there.
Posted: 6:50 AM The surviving Boston Marathon bombings suspect has been released from a civilian hospital and transferred to a federal medical detention center in central Massachusetts.
Posted: 6:27 AM Leaders say the fracturing was to be expected, and they had been warning of it since winning more than two-thirds of the legislative seats in November.
Posted: 6:22 AM Jim Buckenmyer will lead a hands-on workshop at the Marble Springs State Historical Site. Buckenmyer will demonstrate the medicinal and culinary uses of various herbs common on the frontier.
Posted: 6:09 AM The TVA announced in August that it planned to spend $1 billion to retrofit the plant with scrubbers that will reduce harmful air pollution by up to 95 percent.
Posted: 6:07 AM The employee was killed Thursday in the factory's paint plant. Bob Light, a spokesman for Complete Automation, said the employee was killed when a large electrical panel fell while it was being moved.
Posted: 6:01 AM Circuit Judge John McAfee acknowledged that Campfield had gotten it wrong on his blog, but he agreed with defense attorneys that the lawmaker didn't know the information was false when he posted it.
Posted: 12:22 AM Warmack played on three national championship teams at Alabama