Updated: 5:39 PM The treatment options for patients with early Parkinson's expanded Wednesday with the approval of a new drug in patch form _ a first for medicines to treat symptoms of the disease.
Posted: 3:53 PM The tax man is really raking it in.
Posted: 2:31 PM Kentucky officials have sued Marathon Petroleum Company Thursday, accusing the fuel supplier of violating state price gouging laws in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005.
Posted: 12:32 PM A family who has suffered unbearable grief after their daughter’s murder, is getting another glimmer of hope, after a bill is passed Wednesday in her name.
Updated: 12:33 PM Sevierville Police are asking for your help finding a robbery suspect.
Updated: 3:08 PM A Blount County Jail inmate scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning apparently told jailers he would rather have visitation than go to court.
Posted: 10:57 AM The Pentagon is looking for about 1,000 foreign-language speakers who can help the government in times of war and national emergencies.
Updated: 8:19 AM One of President Bush's major allies in the Iraq war, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has announced he is stepping down.
Updated: 5:36 AM Authorities say a Roane County infant, missing for the past week, is now safe and with her father.
Posted: 5:22 PM A judge ordered a Knoxville man to stop operating his envelope-stuffing business Wednesday.
Posted: 4:28 PM From the Volunteer TV Newsroom: Stock prices closed higher on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 54 points to 13,363. Gainers on the New York Stock Exchange outnumbered losers by a 5-3 margin. Stay with Volutneer TV News for the latest.
Posted: 3:50 PM Law enforcement and parks officials say there's no need for Tennessee to allow people to carry concealed guns into state and local parks.
Updated: 7:35 PM Emergency crews are responding to reports of a Knoxville Fire truck involved in an accident.
Posted: 1:50 PM Federal officials say a lightning bolt likely traveled down a pump cable inside a sealed section of the Sago Mine to touch off the methane blast that led to the deaths of 12 miners last year.
Posted: 12:44 PM A group of weekly newspapers in Nashville wants the US Department of Justice to investigate what it calls monopolistic practices by the Tennessean newspaper and its owner, the Gannett Company.
Posted: 12:41 PM The Atlantic's first named storm of the year has formed three weeks before the official start of hurricane season.
Posted: 11:57 AM The air control tower at Dulles International Airport is working out of a backup site right now after fumes cleared the tower Wednesday morning.