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Wes Comer holds the Boy Scout uniform of his son, Isaiah, outside their home in Knoxville, Tenn., in February.
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Photos by Michael Patrick/News Sentinel Three veterans whose remains had been unclaimed were laid to rest Friday with help from the Dignity Memorial and the Missing in America Project.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Norfolk Southern opened its new $5.9 million Thoroughbred Bulk Transfer terminal today in Knoxville.
Knoxville police say Ricki Draper of Greensboro, North Carolina, Julia Lepping of Louisville, Kentucky, and a teenage boy went to the UBS Wealth Management Offices, which are located in the First Tennessee building, and refused to leave.
City inspectors fanned out across the Beaumont area looking for violations like dilapidated buildings, dirty or overgrown lots, illegal dumping and abandoned cars.
Knoxville's collective creativity quotient is off the charts this weekend, thanks to all those eager young people you see walking around downtown.
A University of Tennessee administrator told her boss she was experiencing a hostile work environment in the days before she was fired.
Whether it be the existence of actual real life Transgender support groups or the existence of inclusive LGBT employment policy for City hiring, apparently Tennessee and rest of the country is factually unaware of Knoxville.
A long-time North Knoxville business is moving. Broadway Sound will close the doors at its current location at the corner of Broadway and Edgewood Avenue on May 31st and move to Fountain City.
An employee at a Hamblen County animal shelter is accused of stealing more than $50,000 in adoption fees and other funds.
Radio DJ, Frank Murphy, said, "It's kind of feel good music, fun stuff, stuff you can listen to for a long time and they call it "classic hits" because these songs were all hits on the radio at that time.
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ROGER HARRIS/NEWS SENTINEL Knoxville Wholesale Furniture has purchased the former Fowler's Furniture building on Peters Road, seen here on Tuesday.
The Knoxville Glove Company opened in 1914, manufacturing protective handwear for electricians and other workers.
Some of the rescuers who respond to the critical and sometimes fatal crashes are now cemented in history for their service.