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News Sentinel Northshore Management Company founding partner Mike West talks about the structure of the company in his office in Knoxville on Jan.
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They're going to have to have the shot anyway. Might as well buckle down and get it over with.
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Miller & Martin PLLC has been ranked in the 2013 Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading firm in the areas of Labor & Employment, Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions, and Litigation: General Commercial.
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The goal is to inspire progress in green design/construction and foster a safer environment on Habitat work sites.
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Mothers and children attended an event Wednesday on Market Square to launch the"Breast Feeding Welcomed Here" program sponsored by the Knox County Health Department, Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and the East Tennessee Breast-feeding Coaltion.
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A former juvenile corrections officer will turn himself in next month to face charges of leaving the scene of a wreck and driving without insurance.
Members of The Boy Scouts of America are now speaking out about Thursday's historic vote to end the ban on openly gay members.
The importance of a caring parent was clearly displayed Thursday when examining the physical condition of horses seized from a farm in southeastern Knox County.
The Knox County, Tenn. Sheriff's Office is hoping the public can help them identify a 'Jane Doe.' The woman was murdered in 1987 and they've never been able to determine who she was.
Dr. Bill Snyder, a former UT administrator, turned his passion for piano and the Wurlitzer at the Tennessee Theatre into a campaign to save one of Knoxville's landmarks.
An attorney representing a third officer implicated in the Feb. 9 alleged brutality case could not be reached for comment.
The owners of an East Knox County horse farm who were convicted of animal cruelty earlier this year were arrested again as authorities seized six more injured horses from the site Wednesday.
According to the Alcoa Police Department, officers received a report of a man lying partially on a rocky bank area around 2:46 p.m. Investigators believe the man jumped off the Pellissippi Parkway bridge, which straddles the Blount and Knox County line.
East Tennessee's most important cultural heritage sites are partnering to celebrate Statehood Day with the Historic Homes of Knoxville tour on May 25 and June 1, which is the 217th anniversary of Tennessee's admission as the 16th state in the Union.
Two elementary schools were directly impacted by a massive tornado in the Oklahoma City area on Monday.
Speeding down a highway with several grams of pot stashed in the car might not the best way to keep a low profile when you're wanted on federal charges.