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Authorities investigating a report of a strange odor coming from behind a West Knoxville house discovered a person's body under the back deck Wednesday night.
Talk about happy coincidences -- Just this Monday, composer John Luther Adams was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Music for his recent orchestral work, Become Ocean .
We're learning more about the history of a high profile Knoxville lawyer arrested on drug charges.
The website for the Knoxville Dance Project captures its mission: Dance at Any Cost.
Thinking Green: Oak Ridge-raised, Yale-educated Erin Gill, in her first year on the job, heads up the city's Sustainability Department.
A veteran who missed out on the experience of a lifetime will get the chance to cherish the moment again.
More than a 100 World War II and Korean War veterans are traveling to our nation's capital tomorrow as part of Honor Air.
A Knoxville man who was lured to an Anderson County mobile home park in hopes of a date with a woman he thought he had met online was robbed and beaten instead, authorities said.
Our temperatures could dip into the 20's overnight, and this cold snap comes after many people already planted spring flowers.
Prominent Knoxville defense attorney Bruce Poston was arrested Tuesday morning by the TBI on charges he delivered hydrocodone pills to an unnamed person.
Pat Summitt is pictured with her two dogs Sadie and Sally Sue at the PetSafe Black Tie & Tails Gala in Knoxville in 2013.
Money may have been at the root of an alleged attack by a 73-year-old man on a younger acquaintance with a hammer and a pocket knife that left a man with 13 stab wounds.
Despite backing from well-financed national lobbying organizations and Gov. Bill Haslam, legislation to implement a school voucher system in Tennessee is dead for another year, the bill's House sponsor said today.
The calendar shows April 15, and you haven't even started on your federal tax return? Don't fret.
No one was injured in the 2:30 a.m. fire in the 2800 block of Knott Road, but the structure was destroyed, according to Knoxville Fire Department spokesman Capt.