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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.
One of the nation's most prestigious law schools is asking to weigh into a battle over whether a teenager's confession was illegally coerced by investigators who told him he would be repeatedly gang raped in prison.
In a store in West Knoxville, you will find boho chic dresses and trendy tops. Altar'd State is all fabulous, all about faith, all about giving back.
The Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee will send 24 pallets of food and water to Oklahoma with the assistance of its charity partner, Feed America.
George Thomas entering the courtroom to hear the jury's verdict in his case Friday, May 17, 2013.
If you're looking for a place to take the family on a quick trip without spending a ton of money in gas, Jamestown is an ideal spot for a One Tank Trip.
Protesters stand outside the John J. Duncan Federal Building on Locust Street, which houses the Knoxville office of the IRS.
Two people sustained minor injuries Wednesday morning when their house erupted in flames because of a problem with an electrical outlet.
Grade school students in Morgan County have gotten a new view of their backyard-- thanks to a program run by the National Park Service.
The Knox County Sheriff's Office has announced there will be no charges filed in a prank at Gibbs High School where dead animals were littered throughout the campus.
You can go to www.redcross.org, call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or text RedCross to 90999 from your cell phone to make a $10 donation.
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.
Lawson McGhee Library in downtown Knoxville will be closed from noon Thursday to 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 28, for repairs to its HVAC system.