101 years ago, President Woodrow Wilson established the National Park Service to protect America's wilderness from development for generations to come.
Tennesseans will be allowed to hunt without a license on August 26 on the opening day of squirrel season.
GSMNP and TWRA authorities caught the yearling after people reported it wandering around injured. Unfortunately, the bear had extensive injuries and irreparable nerve damage, so the decision was made to euthanize it.
The Roaring River dam is the largest dam in Tennessee to ever be removed for river and stream restoration purposes.
You asked, they listened! The summer sunflowers at Forks of the River WMA have grown so popular recently that TWRA is dedicating this Saturday to hosting free events around the popular sight.
County leaders hope a new swimming dock at Meads Quarry will make swimming here much safer.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry visited Y-12 and ORNL Monday, where he affirmed the work being done there and addressed the possibility of cuts to DOE programs that help fund work in East Tennessee.
Town leaders say the community as a whole still supports the coal industry, but they had to be realistic about finding ways to pay the bills, and using solar energy could save thousands of dollars a year.