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Snake that bit student at Tremont may have been copperheadSnake that bit student at Tremont may have been copperheadThe 14-year-old girl from St. Louis was on a hike when she was bitten on the finger.
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Nashville singer Meghan Linsey advances another week on 'The Voice'Nashville singer Meghan Linsey advances another week on 'The Voice'Meghan Linsey felt good following her Monday night performance on "The Voice." The lone member of Blake Shelton's team remaining in the competition, Linsey performed James Taylor's "Steamroller Blues" and "Amazing Grace" in tribute...
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Fugitive caught in N. Knoxville faces robbery chargeFugitive caught in N. Knoxville faces robbery chargePolice are searching for a suspect they say robbed or attempted to rob someone at Walmart on Clinton Highway Tuesday morning
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This season's best bedding bargainThis season's best bedding bargainAt 75% off and under $25, this beloved bedding brand is the top deal today.
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Woman dies after being hit by steel rod that flew into carWoman dies after being hit by steel rod that flew into carThe Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating after a steel rod flew into a woman's windshield while she was driving on Highway 63 in Scott County.
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New law makes way for alcohol deliveryNew law makes way for alcohol deliveryThe bill would allow certain third-party companies to deliver packaged alcohol from a licensed retailer to a customer.
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TBI to review Sequoyah High School vandalismTBI to review Sequoyah High School vandalismThe Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been asked by 10th District Attorney General Steve Crump to look into vandalism at Sequoyah High School on April 29.
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Man arrested for pouring lighter fluid on girlfriendMan arrested for pouring lighter fluid on girlfriendRoane County police responded to a call of a domestic assault at a house in Kingston on April 28.
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PETA gives KFD award for saving dog from burning homePETA gives KFD award for saving dog from burning homePeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has given an award to the Knoxville Fire Department for their rescue of a dog from a fire at a house in north Knoxville last week.
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Ison faces May 14 hearing; victim's friend says 'she never had an enemy'Ison faces May 14 hearing; victim's friend says 'she never had an enemy'Knoxville Police charged a man with one count of first degree murder after a woman was found dead from stabbing wounds on the Third Creek Greenway in West Knoxville on Sunday.
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POST: Randy White lacks qualification to be law officerPOST: Randy White lacks qualification to be law officerFormer Monroe County Sheriff Randy White does not meet current qualifications to serve as a law officer, according to the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.
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Why do we celebrate Cinco de Mayo?Why do we celebrate Cinco de Mayo?It's not Mexico's independence day.
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Fisherman, 65, dies when boat capsizes in Holston RiverFisherman, 65, dies when boat capsizes in Holston RiverA 65-year-old Hawkins County man died Tuesday afternoon when the boat he was in capsized as he fished, throwing him into the Holston River below the John Sevier Fossil Plant.
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THEC votes to give Knoxville College 'conditional status'THEC votes to give Knoxville College 'conditional status'The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has officially put Knoxville College on Conditional Operation status.
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Traditional retirement possibly becoming a thing of the pastTraditional retirement possibly becoming a thing of the pastSurvey says 20% expect to keep on working as long as possible.
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Report: Islamic State claims responsibility for Texas attackReport: Islamic State claims responsibility for Texas attackAn audio statement on the group's Al Bayan radio station Tuesday said that "two soldiers of the caliphate" carried out the attack, the AP said.
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Oak Ridge man arrested after apartment altercationOak Ridge man arrested after apartment altercationOak Ridge Police responded to a call Monday morning about a disturbance at the McKenzie Acres Apartments at 100 Utica Circle in Oak Ridge.
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Mike Huckabee joins GOP presidential raceMike Huckabee joins GOP presidential raceFormer Arkansas governor vows to take on Clintons, Democrats in 2016 race.
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McMinn County man faces arson charge after 2013 Riceville fireMcMinn County man faces arson charge after 2013 Riceville fireA McMinn County grand jury indicted a man on an arson charge stemming from an October 2013 fire in the Riceville community.
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Knoxville's 311 info line celebrating 10 years of serviceKnoxville's 311 info line celebrating 10 years of serviceA decade and more than two million calls later, Knoxville's 311 information line is celebrating a milestone.
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Oak Ridge Police chase two fighting driversOak Ridge Police chase two fighting driversCharges are pending following an Oak Ridge car chase that left one driver in the hospital and another in custody.
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Neighbors remember victim of greenway stabbing as kind, quietNeighbors remember victim of greenway stabbing as kind, quietNeighbors of Stefany Fairbanks described the massage therapist as "kind," "caring" and "quiet." Her co-workers at Massage Envy in Bearden said she was a former member of the Air Force.
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New video of three Appalachian Bear Rescue cubsNew video of three Appalachian Bear Rescue cubsThe Appalachian Bear Rescue shared a new video of the three cubs staying in the enclosure.
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Marathon mom who kissed mystery man gets funny reply from his 'wife'Marathon mom who kissed mystery man gets funny reply from his 'wife'A single mom who'd sought the identity of a handsome man she'd kissed while running the Boston Marathon has tracked him down — with help from his wife.
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Principal suspended after high school vandalismPrincipal suspended after high school vandalismThe Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating reports of vandalism at Sequoyah High School.
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Board discusses grants, balanced calendar, AJ Building saleBoard discusses grants, balanced calendar, AJ Building saleSuperintendent Jim McIntyre's acceptance of two grants dominated discussion Monday during a five-hour meeting by the Knox County Board of Education.
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Two arrested for failing to get help for dog with mangeTwo arrested for failing to get help for dog with mangeAfter an investigation into the allegations of animal cruelty against a 3-month-old puppy named Scarlet, two people have been arrested on charges of Cruelty to Animals.
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Part 2, May 5, 2015, 11 PM: Cities that offer high speed internet as a public utility say lobbyists for big phone and cable companies bend the ears of lawmakers to restrict municipal broadband. Utilities say cities should be able to compete.
Part 1, May 5, 2015, 6 PM: Cities frustrated with high prices and slow internet speed fight to build their own blazing fast fiber-optic networks. Morristown and Chattanooga have gig connections that cost customers less and attract big business.
Despite Sunday's fatal stabbing, people are still out enjoying the warm weather on Knoxville's greenways. 5.5.15
Highlights from CAK vs. Catholic, Hardin Valley vs. Bearden, Meigs vs. Grace, and Halls vs. Gibbs.
An East Tennessee man describes landing in Nepal just before the recent earthquake struck. May 5, 2015
Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) shows you CCTV footage of three women changing into disguises so they can have a successful pickpocketing session.
A California wastewater treatment plant is offering its water for free to people wanting to water their lawns and gardens during the state's extreme drought.
An Atlanta police watchdog group is putting up 20 billboards around the city with the slogan, 'Don't Run', in hopes of deterring people from fleeing from the police.
Artist Clark Stewart's talents are broad and multi-faceted. He also has impeccable attention to detail. May 5, 2015
Divers dispatched by La Paz County Sheriff's Office in Arizona made a weird discovery when they responded to the report of human remains found in the Colorado River, two fake skeletons tied to lawn chairs.