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15 min ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
We're learning more about the history of a high profile Knoxville lawyer arrested on drug charges.
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3 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
The Jellico Elementary School was evacuated Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat.
6 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
Watchful Eye on Property Crimes for April 9-16 is watching a rash of car burglary incident reports off Murphy Road near Beverly Park in northeast Knox County.
10 hrs ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
4-15-14 10News anchor Robin Wilhoit sat down with UT College of Law Professor, Dwight Aarons, to learn more about consequences attorneys can face when they are convicted of a crime.
More than a 100 World War II and Korean War veterans are traveling to our nation's capital tomorrow as part of Honor Air.
Embattled Knox County Criminal Court Clerk Joy McCroskey is seeking as much as $10,000 for unused sick leave she accrued before taking office.
Assistant chief Rich Wilson, right, provides examples of body cameras to officers at the Knox County Sheriff's Office, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Prominent Knoxville defense attorney Bruce Poston was arrested Tuesday morning by the TBI on charges he delivered hydrocodone pills to an unnamed person.
A Knox County Schools fund for maintenance needs also pays for new school equipment, furniture and landscaping, a News Sentinel review of Knox County Schools purchasing records found.
The bill that would have allowed Tennessee residents to openly carry a gun without a permit was shot down by the House Monday night.
Watchful Eye on Violent Crime for April 8-14 shows a cluster of incident reports near the intersection of Chapman Highway and Moody Avenue in South Knoxville.
An issue in the Knox County Criminal Court Clerk's race is if, given the reports of the myriad problems in that office, if a lawyer should be in charge? a Davidson County Criminal Court Clerk Howard Gentry's bachelor's and master's degrees are in education from Tennessee State University.
You might remember the name Kristi Kristy from a couple of months ago, when she filed an ethics complaint with the Knox County Schools Board of Education because board member Mike McMillan had forwarded an email that Kristy had sent to board member Pam Trainor with instructions to send it to the entire board, which meant it then became public ... (more)
Knox County Sheriff Jimmy "J.J." Jones goes into the early voting stretch having raised and spent the most of any candidates in Knox County, records show.
There's a celebration happening Friday night on UT's campus, but it's not for the Vols.