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A death, resignation and retirement of three judges during the past eight years will result in a new chapter in Knox County's Criminal and Sessions courts when voters decide winners in competitive races on Aug. 7. Much of the past eight-year period became controversial when then-Criminal Court Judge Richard Baumgartner resigned and pleaded guilty ... (more)
With school set to begin for Knox County students in just a few weeks, one Knoxville church is doing all it can to make sure area students have what they need for the new year.
Tonight: Partly cloudy and muggy with a random shower or storm possible; especially north 30% coverage.
The Knoxville News-Sentinel reported today on the a doctor fighting back against an armed attacker in Darby, Pennsylvania.
When Knox County students go back to school in August, a handful of ninth graders will be starting on a college campus.
Wine in grocery stores to appear on Knoxville's November ballot Knoxville voters will officially get a chance to decide if they want wine in grocery stores.
Officers escorting a mom to her South Knox County home because she feared her son would harm her found a meth lab and arrested her son and two others.
Knox County election officials say enough signatures have been collected to allow Knoxville city voters to decide whether to allow wine to be sold in grocery stores this November.
They were arrested following a series of burglaries that occurred in Loudon and surrounding counties.
From left, Knox County school board candidates Gloria Deathridge, Marshall Walker, Terry Hill and Sandra Rowcliffe, participate in a forum Thursday night at Lawson McGhee Library.
A homeless Knoxville man who allegedly tried to rape a woman in the rest room of an Alcoa store last year on Thursday waived his right to a preliminary hearing in Knox County General Sessions Court on a separate attempted rape charge.
After it took nearly two hours for an Arizona death row inmate to die by lethal injection, the death penalty is once again under fire, with leaders A closer look at Tennessee's Death Row After it took nearly two hours for an Arizona death row inmate to die by lethal injection, the death penalty is once again under fire, with leaders Check out this ... (more)
Gabino Felipe maintains a garden that fills most of his yard, including an amazing patch of corn.
Out of the five contested judicial races in Knox County, there are two that have drawn more scrutiny and upset than the others.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 03:00 am
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