Obligato is holding two "Wrap-up" days to support babies in the NICU's and their families.
These are a few photos we aired on Local 8 News This Morning of our tiniest viewers as they headed out trick-or-treating!
Hurricane Isaac is still raging on the Gulf Coast, and local people are coming to the aid, including a non-profit organization called The Lord's Child out of Sevierville.
The kickoff to Knoxville Fashion Week is Wednesday, August 15th at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse from 5-9pm.
Seven year old Piper Smith needs a life saving kidney transplant. Several fundraisers like "Painting with a Twist" on Tuesday, August 7th will help pay her costly medical expenses.
After organizing several cash mobs to spur shoppers to visit local businesses, Knox Co. Mayor Tim Burchett now wants to support locally-owned restaurants with monthly "Lunch with the Mayor" events.
Working in a stout former bank building with windows closed and air conditioners humming, Orleans County sheriff's deputies didn't know what was happening in their parking lot until a neighbor called 911.
The Knoxville Zoo will open two new habitats on Saturday for African Lions and Hamadryas Baboons.
Breastfeeding mothers in the area and those interested will have an opportunity to learn about breastfeeding and take part in the worldwide "Big Latch-On" on Friday.
A few hundred Nashville residents were told to leave their homes after a natural gas line ruptured in a neighborhood.
Publix Supermarket opens its first store in Knoxville on Thursday.
Tennessee's annual sales tax holiday kicks off Friday morning. Retailers around town have posted signs, planned sales, and even extended hours.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday temporarily prohibited Arizona from enforcing its new ban on most abortions starting at 20 weeks of pregnancy.
US Airways said that it is working with federal officials to investigate a newspaper report that three commuter jets narrowly averted a midair collision near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Rainer Reinscheid was into his second bottle of wine when he wrote a chilling email titled, "a good plan," detailing violent revenge on the people he blamed for his teen son's suicide.
The Tennessee Department of Education is revising teacher licensing standards.
A family and consumer specialist with the University of Tennessee Extension suggests a careful inventory before doing back-to-school shopping.
A Monroe County man died after being ejected from his pickup truck Tuesday night in Madisonville.
Michael Phelps cruised through the anchor leg of the 4x200-meter freestyle relay to earn his record 19th career Olympic medal and 15th gold on Tuesday night.
It was December 1979 when Emery Lucier learned the concert he was eagerly awaiting in Rhode Island by British rock band The Who had been canceled over safety concerns.
The author, playwright, politician and commentator Gore Vidal died Tuesday at age 86 in Los Angeles.
It sounds like an unfolding epidemic: A decade ago, virtually no one in the U.S. seemed to have a problem eating gluten in bread and other foods. Now, millions do.
They got hitched while still in their teens, divorced 20 years and four children later, and are getting remarried after nearly a half-century apart.
The real estate listing reads like a Wild West exhibit: An old gold mine, a geyser, and a supposed hideout of famed outlaws.
FISH Hospitality Pantries and a local 13-year-old will team up again on Wednesday to raise money to provide food for those in need.
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