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Roughly 650 student letters, some handwritten and all addressed to lawmakers, went in the mail Friday.
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Running backs coach Robert Gillespie encourages quarterback Riley Ferguson during spring practice Saturday, March 8, 2014, at the University of Tennessee.
Amy Smotherman Burgess/NEWS SENTINEL Appraiser Lark Mason, left, looks at a vase during a taping of "Antiques Roadshow" for PBS at the Knoxville Convention Center, July 13, 2013.
Most farmers spray fields with herbicides in the light of day because it's easier to see what you're spraying and, well, let's face it, most people don't like to get up and go to work before sunrise or labor far into the night no matter what the task.
35-year-old Michael Williams is being charged with theft and aggravated assault after threatening a store manager with a toy handgun.
Weather disruptions this week disrupted beef production and movement, continuing to help underpin feedlot currentness, as well as wholesale beef values.
Mark Daniels, global director of football for Adidas America in Portland, stands between the uniforms of Notre Dame University and the University of Tennessee, two programs that left Adidas for other brands this year.
Authorities in LaVergne are continuing their investigation into a case that has turned cold involving the murder of a woman who was found in 2007.
Ajee Wilson's run of success in international 800-meter racing has hit its first roadblock.
The City of Knoxville announced it has completed work on a bike route that connects downtown to east Knoxville & the zoo.
Nearly all Martian meteorites found on Earth may come from the same crater on Mars.
Pride of the Southland Marching Band director Dr. Gary Sousa directs the band during the "Star Spangled Banner" before the matchup between Tennessee and Georgia State at Neyland Stadium Saturday, Sept.
A delayed construction project in an already congested area is expected to make problems worse before they get better.
One elderly woman is recovering Thursday night at UT Medical Center after suffering cardiac arrest and smoke inhalation in the wake of a fire at her home.
About 7 in 10 recent college graduates carry student loan debt, with the average alum owing close to $30,000.
The University of Tennessee has fired Dr. Gary Sousa as director of the Pride of the Southland Band, but he will retain his faculty position in the school of music.