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Petraeus reaches plea deal with Justice Dept.

Petraeus reaches plea deal with Justice Dept.Petraeus resigned in 2012 as CIA director after his affair with his biographer became known.
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  • 3 hours, 17 minutes ago
Nation

Wednesday's forecast: Strong cold front in eastern U.S.

Wednesday's forecast: Strong cold front in eastern U.S.The national weather forecast for Wednesday, March 4 calls for rain and showers for the I-95 corridor, a mix of rain and snow from the Southern Plains to the Ohio Valley, and thunderstorms in the South.
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  • 2 minutes ago
Nation Now

We are genetically more like our fathers, study finds

We are genetically more like our fathers, study findsLike father, like son and like daughter.
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  • 6 hours, 22 minutes ago
Food

Get free pancakes and donate to Children's Hospital

Get free pancakes and donate to Children's HospitalTuesday, March 3 is IHOP's National Pancake Day.
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  • 11 hours, 46 minutes ago
News

Slow weather recovery: Outages down, costs adding up

Slow weather recovery: Outages down, costs adding upEast Tennessee will be feeling the effects of two weeks of winters storms for weeks if not months. Day by day, however, life is improving.
  • News
  • 1 hour, 36 minutes ago
Washington

House funds Homeland Security without immigration riders

House funds Homeland Security without immigration ridersThe bill passed by the House does not derail President Obama's immigration orders.
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  • 3 hours, 23 minutes ago
Scott - Campbell - Morgan

2 train cars derail in Campbell County

2 train cars derail in Campbell CountyTwo cars of a train derailed early Tuesday in Campbell County.
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  • 40 minutes ago
Local

Free tax help available: No strings attached!

Free tax help available: No strings attached!You shouldn't have to spend a single dollar on preparing and filing your taxes. At least, that's what the federal government is saying to people who make less than $55,000 per year.
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  • 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Life

How well can Mary Scott dance?

How well can Mary Scott dance?Mary Scott is practicing hard for this year's Dancing With the Knoxville Stars.
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  • 13 hours, 16 minutes ago
Local Forecast

Rainy, mild into Wednesday; chance for wintry mix Thursday

Rainy, mild into Wednesday; chance for wintry mix ThursdayRainy and mild with possible flooding, to wintry and cold with possible ice and snow.
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  • 11 hours, 59 minutes ago
Weather

School districts concerned about lack of snow days

School districts concerned about lack of snow daysIcy roads and snow put a halt on education for hundreds of Tennessee schools. It caused administrators to use more snow days consecutively then they ever have.
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  • 22 hours, 34 minutes ago
Nation

No one knew mummified woman was dead 5 years

No one knew mummified woman was dead 5 yearsShe was reclusive, didn't always pick up the phone and often went years without seeing relatives.
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  • 20 hours, 12 minutes ago
Money

Snow storms could hurt sales tax revenues

Snow storms could hurt sales tax revenuesOverall sales tax revenues for Knox County are up right now, but they could take a hit because of February's snowstorms.
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  • 1 day, 1 hour ago
News

Roane County on hook for Harriman fire cleanup costs

Roane County on hook for Harriman fire cleanup costsRoane County taxpayers could end up paying for the costs of cleaning up January's huge fire that destroyed the old Miller & Brewer Building in downtown Harriman despite the city's hopes the former owner would be made to pay.
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  • 23 hours, 56 minutes ago
News

Jefferson City woman says Facebook saved her life

Jefferson City woman says Facebook saved her lifeJEFFERSON CITY -- Lois Shelton is socially savvy - with plenty of posts, likes, and friends on her Facebook page.
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  • 20 hours, 6 minutes ago
News

East Tenn. businesses win and lose with winter weather

East Tenn. businesses win and lose with winter weatherWinter weather hit East Tennessee hard the past two weeks. Some businesses struggled through slow work weeks. Others, however, could hardly keep up with the workload.
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  • 19 hours, 3 minutes ago
Washington

Clinton defends use of personal e-mail at State

Clinton defends use of personal e-mail at StateHer use of personal e-mail may have violated federal regulations.
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  • 11 hours, 17 minutes ago
Nation

Al Gore reports for jury duty in Nashville

Al Gore reports for jury duty in NashvilleFormer VP brought his lunch and was ready, willing to serve, court says.
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  • 18 hours, 22 minutes ago
People

Daughter of late civil rights activist speaks at Walters State

Daughter of late civil rights activist speaks at Walters StateThe daughter of late civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo will speak about her mother's legacy at Walters State Community College on Monday afternoon.
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  • 22 hours, 28 minutes ago
News

Roane schools to stick with traditional calendar

Roane schools to stick with traditional calendarRoane County is sticking with a "traditional" school calendar for the next year, putting on hold discussions about a possible "balanced" calendar for the time being.
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  • 1 day, 2 hours ago
News

Knox board discusses second districtwide teacher survey

Knox board discusses second districtwide teacher surveyThe Knox County Board of Education is putting plans in place for another teacher survey.
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  • 20 hours, 21 minutes ago
Nation

Woman stranded on island gets food air-dropped

Woman stranded on island gets food air-droppedIf you're sick of all the snow and ice this winter, imagine being stranded by ice and stuck on a Maine island for the whole month of February.
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  • 6 minutes ago
News

Farmers fight to save a heifer from icy pond

Farmers fight to save a heifer from icy pondThe heifer warmed up in a barn, but it wasn't enough to warm up the body.
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  • 8 minutes ago
Elections

County, KCSO reap benefits from closed criminal court clerk account

County, KCSO reap benefits from closed criminal court clerk accountEarly last September, Hammond's office discovered what finance officials dub an "undistributed" account, located at First Tennessee Bank, which was set up at least 50 years ago.
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  • 1 day, 4 hours ago
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