Posted: 6:31 AM The USGS reported the tremor struck right around 5:00 a.m. about three miles east of Maryville, 13 miles south of Knoxville. Preliminary measurements recorded it at 2.3 Magnitude.
Updated: 8:19 AM We deserve for it to be nice this weekend, don't we? We are finally getting what we deserve! Today will be glorious! 6 AM 46 degrees.......Clear, chilly 8 AM 50 degrees.......Cool start, sunny Noon 66 degrees.......Bright sun, NNE 5-10 mph 5 PM 75 degrees.......Mostly sunny, some high clouds
Updated: 8:30 AM You may have noticed warnings about dangerous storms have gotten a lot more accurate. That's due in part to improvements to the National Weather Service radar in Morristown.
Posted: 5:48 AM A storm poised to dump up to 2 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond beginning Friday could be one for the record books, forecasters warned, as residents scurried to stock up on food and water and road crews readied salt and sand.
Posted: 7:34 PM A search is under way in the eastern Caribbean for a power boat with up to seven people on board missing amid heavy swells caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Posted: 1:48 PM KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The landfall of Hurricane Sandy along the eastern coast is expected to bring snow to the higher elevations of East Tennessee beginning Monday morning.
Posted: 9:10 PM Some East Coast residents still recovering a year after being battered by Hurricane Irene are bracing for an even bigger storm.
Posted: 9:04 PM Hurricane Sandy pounded Jamaica with heavy rain and a powerful storm surge as it headed for landfall.
Updated: 9:47 PM It's the third week in October. Old friends get together, restaurants are packed, and the Crimson Tide comes to town.
Updated: 5:29 PM Heather Haley and Amanda Hara prepared for a cold Wednesday night
Updated: 5:03 PM Knoxville's Community Development Corporation is planning to tear down 183 of Walter P. Taylor's 500 units starting Friday at 8 AM.
Posted: 12:45 PM The Atlantic Ocean may have a couple more named storms this year than first predicted.
Posted: 8:15 AM If you are a high school student in grades 9-12, you might want to consider a volunteer position with the Tennessee Valley Fair.
Updated: 10:19 AM It was a scary scene on the road for some drivers in Lenoir City Saturday afternoon.
Posted: 10:12 AM The National Hurricane Center says a subtropical storm called Beryl is crawling nearer to the U.S. Southeast coast and is expected to make for a rainy finish to the long Memorial Day weekend on beaches from north Florida to South Carolina.
Updated: 3:45 PM More than 100,000 people are waiting for hearts, kidneys or liver transplants in the US. Hundreds have died waiting.
Posted: 12:11 AM East Tennessee's tradition of great music...from the Carter family to Sevier County's own Dolly Parton...is a big inspiration for the annual Rhythm N Blooms concert series.
Posted: 11:28 PM On first reading, an effort to repeal a decades old law...keeping alcohol sales farther away from churches and schools...has passed.
Updated: 11:54 PM Community donations provide a much needed boost for a farm run by a marine who has dedicated his post-military life to helping others suffering from PTSD.
Updated: 11:42 PM TBI and Hawkins County Sheriff's are investigating who killed a man and tried to get rid of the evidence by setting his home on fire.
Updated: 5:47 PM Blighted houses aren't just eyesores. One Knox County neighborhood is complaining abandoned homes have become hangouts for the homeless.
Posted: 2:13 PM Soon you'll be seeing Trooper Lowell Russell's picture on cars around town.