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The Knox County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Unit says it has developed persons of interest in a 32-year-old case.
Pellissippi State Community College will host a Holiday Spectacular musical concert, offered in two performances, 6 and 8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5 in the Clayton Performing Arts Center on the Hardin Valley Campus.
Knox County fugitive Christopher Forrester was captured when spike strips stopped his escape along Cherokee Trail on Monday night.
Apparently, the holiday shoplifting season is off to a slow start this year. The Watchful Eye on Thefts for Nov. 28-Dec. 3 shows few incidents reported around Knox County's shopping areas.
The State Fire Marshal's Office says Barbara Jean Bowens, 22, and John Cena Roberts, died in a Nov. 25 blaze in Grainger County.
Authorities say a Tennessee sheriff has been arrested, accused by one of his deputies of sexually assaulting her at her home.
The University of Tennessee took steps Monday to revoke Pi Kappa Phi's registration following the decision by the fraternity's national office to close the chapter due to hazing allegations.
Knoxville police on Monday morning were searching for a man who displayed a weapon during the robbery of a bank in Turkey Creek.
Tennessee County unemployment rates for October 2013, show the rate increased in 64 counties, decreased in 18, and remained the same in 13 counties.
More than one million Americans livr with the HIV infection. Sunday night, the Knoxville community came together for World AIDS Day, hoping that raising awareness will keep that number from growing.
John Brinkley has been named the Region II EMS Directors Association's "Paramedic of the Year" for his exemplary service as a Knox County and Army combat medic.
The Watchful Eye report on Traffic for the week of Nov. 22-29 only further served to solidify a number of patterns seen over the last few weeks.
Mrs. Williams, who died Nov. 27, was instrumental in getting a health department for Union County through the Hill-Burton grant.