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Say it ain't so. I'm writing this column hoping that I'm over-reacting, but I don't think so.
Rufus Lamar Ragland dodged 13 bullets fired at him by three Loudon County deputies - including one that struck the middle of his driver's seat - while he allegedly rammed one officer and slammed a stolen vehicle into another officer's cruiser.
A new restaurant in Market Square is causing a lot of excitement simply because of it's name.
It started with Andrew Edens tearing down an old barn to reuse the old lumber. Now his shop features a variety of vintage wood and it all has a story.
LaRosa's Family Pizzeria hopes to open the first Knoxville location before the end of this year, according to the LaRosa's Pizzeria Social Media Director yesterday.
Pyro Shows and Henley Bridge make for a big Boomsday The approach of Labor Day means Boomsday is on its way.
Policy, pregnancy, politics at center of BOE dispute Incoming BOE member Amber Rountreesaid she needed the help of the law department to attend an orientation meeting Check out this story on WBIR.com: http://on.wbir.com/1tLj8A4 Incoming BOE member Amber Rountree is on maternity leave.
"I'm just glad to get him to come home with closure and bury him like he needs to be buried in U.S. soil," said son Eddie Harris.
A hit-and-run driver who had swerved off the road struck a Powell-Clinch Utility District employee checking out a report of a natural gas leak Wednesday morning, authorities said.
A 42-year-old Knoxville man was sentenced Wednesday to three years in federal prison for bilking his elderly aunt out of more than $267,000.
Earlier this week, Tennessee Football made national news when this fun/weird photoshopped cover of Rolling Stone Magazine of a widely sought after 4/5-star defensive recruit named Shy Tuttle surfaced: But, here at NRWO, we thought to ourselves: What if he doesn't care about Beyonce or Rolling Stone ? We can't risk losing this prized recruit because ... (more)
McKamey Rd. to close as part of Western Ave. widening project The ongoing work on Western Avenue in northwest Knoxville will close two more secondary roads next week.
A controversial Downtown Sound Control Ordinance will go into effect in 30 days after being approved by the City Council on second reading.
ViveBio, LLC a leading provider of products for ambient biological sample collection, stabilization and transportation, announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with Laboratory Procurement Services, LLC of Knoxville, Tennessee to distribute the ViveST line of products in the United States.
It's sunny and hot again with highs near 90. The pollen count is also still very high for both ragweed and grasses.
Photos by Josh Flory/News Sentinel A building at 516 W. Jackson Ave. has been targeted for a craft distillery.
Local businesses prepare for busy weekend The Knoxville Police Department said the city should be planning for 'larger than ever crowds' this Labor Day weekend.
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