Emily Bretscher and Jacob Siler from L&N STEM Academy —claimed both diving titles during the Knox-area Interscholastic Swim League meet Friday night.
No comeback was needed this time as host Hardin Valley notched its second District 4-AAA boys’ basketball victory of the season over Bearden on Friday night.
Authorities are offering rewards of $1,000 for the arrest of two Knoxville men facing murder charges in Cocke County.
Jurors deliberated more than four hours Friday without reaching a verdict in a triple-slaying case.
Sevier County High School’s McKenna Shaffer fell 11 pins shy of winning a Division I state bowling championship Friday.
Cameron Brooks, a union organizer and former Knox County election commissioner, is expected to be chosen as successor to Harold Woods on the Tennessee Democratic Executive Committee to represent Knox County’s 6th District.
Blount County authorities round up seven people on drug charges.
Hamblen County Sheriff's Office makes burglary arrests.
Errors and lax procedures by a handful of contract meter readers caused the Knoxville Utilities Board to have to adjust bills on about 850 customer accounts from April through August last year, KUB officials say.
Two charged with killing four people in Renegade Mountain tragedy face March hearing.
New red panda, "Lincoln," joins Knoxville Zoo to "learn how to be a red panda"
I think German engineering is way overrated.
The third year of a specialized shoplifting task force at the Knox County Sheriff's Office netted 347 arrests during the holidays.
This January has to be one of the coldest ones on record...or does it?
Yes, your Gmail was down ... and probably your Google+ page, too.
Authorities are offering rewards of $1,000 for the arrest of two Knoxville men facing murder charges in Cocke County.
As a trademark fight between a Gatlinburg moonshine maker and a Knoxville restaurant chain continues to ferment, the issues in controversy have broadened from burgers to pie.
Charter’s bid to buy Time Warner Cable comes at a time of sharp and rising competition in the broadband Internet and pay-TV business. For the consumer, that promises faster and faster Internet speeds and more and...
Dave March takes a sip of his coffee and looks through the windshield of his car, which is idling in the water in Newport Harbor, next to his 65-foot yacht.
A pair of East Tennessee orthopedic clinics have agreed to pay a combined $1.85 million to settle state and federal False Claims Act allegations, the Department of Justice said Friday.
TVA announces it set a winter record for energy use this summer.
Commercial building permits filed in Knoxville in December...
Liens filed with the Knox County Register of Deeds office in December...
A probe by the National Labor Relations Board has found that the United Auto Workers and Volkswagen did not violate U.S. labor law during the union's organizing efforts at the automaker's Chattanooga plant last year.
Greeneville, Tenn.-based air cargo carrier Forward Air Corp. has agreed to buy an Illinois trucking and logistics company for $95.6 million.
Great Smoky Mountain National Park quarter ready for availability on Monday.
An errant horse Friday delayed the school day for some Corryton children when it darted into the path of a school bus.
A Farragut businessman feels he’s being unfairly targeted by town codes officials over a military vehicle parked in front of his Kingston Pike retail establishment.
Cold. That's the only way to describe what the forecast for Friday will be, as temperatures struggle to make the relative warmth of the mid-20s from an overnight low in single digits. Throw in wind gusts...
Sister Megan Rice will turn 84 years on Jan. 31. That's three days afterthe scheduled sentencing on federal charges for the break-in at Y-12, and it's possible she could still be in prison when she turns...
Members of the Knoxville Fire Department responded to a call at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Huron Street shortly before 2:30 Friday morning, where they found the woman and a neighbor outside the burning house.
-Motorists should be alert for possible lane closures 8 p.m.-6 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 640 West near the Broadway exit in Knox County as crews perform soil drilling.
In honor of the national Change a Pet's Life Day, Young-Williams is reducing pet adoption fees from Friday, Jan. 24 to Sunday, Jan. 26 to $50 for kittens and puppies, $25 for adult cats and dogs...
Organizers hope a first-time women’s wellness clinic in Western Heights today might eventually pay dividends both physically and spiritually for residents in the Knoxville public housing complex.
Every time I see University of Tennessee Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director Dave Hart’s name in print, I know that something crazy is coming. And Sunday’s article by the News Sentinel’s UT beat reporter, Megan Boehnke,...
Blame Sir Isaac Newton for the education uproar in Knox County and the state of Tennessee. No, all the caterwauling by educators is not because cute kids dropped apples on their teachers’ heads and the teachers...
The University of Tennessee’s Athletics Department is not so far removed from an NCAA investigation and a million-dollar budget deficit that it can thumb its nose at the public about what it is up to.
Recently, smoking marijuana has been legalized in two states, and a national law to this effect is proposed. As a physician, I feel obligated to speak out.
Maybe it’s just a bruise.
ice cold.
From start to finish, Becca Jameson was the one constant for the Farragut High School girls’ basketball team Thursday night in a hard-fought 42-41 win over visiting Powell.
McKenna Shaffer’s trip to the TSSAA State Bowling Tournament so far has gone way better than last year’s.
Greeneville High School senior receiver Hays Culbreth was going through his usual Saturday routine Nov. 9, 2013, with no idea his world soon would change forever.
A city project to make visits to Fort Dickerson Park in South Knoxville safer could begin by April.
Jurors saw photographs and a video of the crime scene and heard testimony from Deputy Medical Examiner Christopher Lockmuller describing just how the women died.
University of Tennessee basketball needs to return to winning ways.
Tennesseans who are not on laughing gas should cry out at their political leadership. These anti-worker politicians have declared war on working families in this state.
Being a parent of an autistic child, I know firsthand that it takes time, patience, repetition and special attention one on one.
I know liberals believe that everything is free, but conservatives know better.
Members of a group called Incorporate Seymour are looking to create the second biggest municipality in Sevier County.
Kelsey Brown...
The University of Tennessee Medical Center said there have been at least four flu deaths there this season.
A proposed bill by state Sen. Stacey Campfield would prohibit municipalities from regulating firearm possession in public parks and open spaces.
Votes are scheduled next week on the wine-in-groceries measure that didn't get out of state House committee last year. This time backers expect it to pass.
Watching a player get hot from the 3-point line can be an event to behold.
Knox County’s GOP is homeless.
What happened to layaway?
Former state Rep. Harry Tindell, a Knoxville Democrat, is trying to establish himself as a lobbyist in Nashville.
James Gallman, one of the key figures in Fulton’s Class AA boys’ basketball state titles in 2008-09, will have his No. 34 jersey retired Friday night at the Falcons’ home game against visiting Alcoa.
A 19-member citizens advisory council on Thursday hammered out a list of thoughts about TVA’s mission that the group hopes will guide the TVA board in making decisions.
A man wanted on felony drug warrants faces a host of new charges after allegedly leading police on a chase at speeds of more than 90 mph and then running before a police dog caught him.
Cold snap makes calf delivery difficult at Corryton barn.
Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero has been selected for a trip to Turkey to speak with city mayors and Parliament members about women in politics.
On Thursday’s edition of the Sports Page with Evan Woodbery and Vince Ferrara, News Sentinel high school sports reporter Jesse Smithey was on hand to talk about this evening’s PrepXtra Football Awards Banquet. One local player,...
A Clinton Highway spa that was allegedly offering sex acts for money was shut down Thursday as a nuisance.
The United States Mint announced that they will be producing a Great Smoky Mountain National Park Quarter as part of the America the Beautiful Quarters Program.
Carter High School named Jeff McMillan head football coach on Thursday.
Teen who ran away from her great-grandparents' house in Maryville is located in Nashville.
TVA's electric system remains secure and stable as of now, but with frigid temperatures comes a higher demand for electricity. TVA is asking residential, commercial and industrial customers to reduce their use of electricity until Friday...
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