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AAA says travel economy is looking up in 2015

AAA says travel economy is looking up in 2015As temperatures dip lower, some East Tennesseans are looking ahead to warmer vacations.
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  • 3 days, 11 hours ago
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ORNL develops population predicter

ORNL develops population predicterLab scientists Jacke McKee and Budhendra "Budhu" Bhaduri have created a model for determining which cities will have higher growth. They explain how the application works.
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  • 5 days, 17 hours ago
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Keep track of your home valuables

Keep track of your home valuablesThe Blount County Sheriff’s Office is offering a document you can download at home to keep track of all your home valuables. Deputy Chief Ron Talbott explains.
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  • 6 days, 16 hours ago
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Safety tips for online selling sites

Safety tips for online selling sitesKnoxville Police offers some advice on how to use online selling sites safely (1-27-15, 5PM)
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  • 1 day, 16 hours ago
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Ask Todd

Ask ToddHow can you become a trained weather spotter? Meteorologist Todd Howell and Anthony Cavallucci from the National Weather Service have the answers.
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  • 2 days, 17 hours ago
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What’s the Big Idea?

What’s the Big Idea?Entrepreneurs in Knoxville competed this weekend for a chance to jump start their businesses. Todd Napier of the Knox County Development Corp. and winner Cathy Vangieri of “Sing and Spell” talk about the contest.
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  • 2 days, 17 hours ago
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New alternative fuel vehicle initiative

New alternative fuel vehicle initiative Interest in alternative fuel vehicles continue to grow across the country and an East Tennessee group is part of a multi-state initiative to teach people more about these special vehicles.
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  • 1 week ago
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Conversation Across America - East TN reflects on diversity, racial tensions

Conversation Across America - East TN reflects on diversity, racial tensionsAn important conversation is happening across America and in East Tennessee this week about the relationship and trust between police officers and the communities they serve. (1-21-15, 5PM)
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  • 1 week ago
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Exploring racial history through plantations

Exploring racial history through plantations A UT professor is reflecting on the country’s racial history by studying southern plantations (1-21-15, 5PM)
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  • 1 week ago
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Building a better team

Building a better teamNext week, Leadership Knoxville hosts a workshop on how people can build better relationships. Jo Anne Lavendar and Dick Hinton, who will speak at the seminar, discuss the value of team building.
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  • 1 week, 1 day ago
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Obama’s State of the Union address

Obama’s State of the Union addressDr. Mark O’Gorman, political science professor at Maryville College, talks about what to expect from President Obama’s speech Tuesday night.
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  • 1 week, 1 day ago
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Use care when looking for a mortgage

Use care when looking for a mortgageSometimes consumers who will invest a lot of time shopping for a TV spend little time studying potential home lenders. Laura Lyons with Meridian Trust talks about the importance of mortgage shopping.
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  • 1 week, 1 day ago
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Improving trauma care in Zimbabwe

Improving trauma care in ZimbabweUT medical personnel are helping teach care givers in Zimbabwe how to treat people with traumatic injuries. Niki Rasnake of U-T Medical Center talks about her upcoming trip.
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Knoxville police spend nearly $3,700 on presidential visit

Knoxville police spend nearly $3,700 on presidential visitKnoxville police spent nearly $3,700 on the president's visit.
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  • 1 week, 6 days ago
Events

Unfamiliar with Bonnaroo lineup? That's the point

Unfamiliar with Bonnaroo lineup? That's the pointTickets go on sale Saturday for one of the biggest homegrown music festivals in the country. Bonnaroo brings people from all over the world to a farm in Manchester, Tennessee, about 150 miles from Knoxville.
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  • 2 weeks ago
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A trove of wrestling memorabilia and history could be yours in Fountain City

A trove of wrestling memorabilia and history could be yours in Fountain CityA treasure trove of wrestling memorabilia, a Fountain City wrestling store is up for sale.
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Monroe County starts new grading system

Monroe County starts new grading systemMonroe County's new grading system makes it harder for students to fail, sparking criticism
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Knox man's roadside memorial disturbed

Knox man's roadside memorial disturbedA Knox County family is upset after someone disturbed a roadside memorial to their son.
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Can you live without your smart phone?

Can you live without your smart phone?New research looks what can happen if you’re separated from your smartphone. Dan Thompson with Claris Networks discusses.
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  • 2 weeks ago
Science

Don’t get fooled by Facebook hoax

Don’t get fooled by Facebook hoaxResponding to another false rumor about Facebook privacy, Dan Thompson of Claris Networks explains what your rights and obligations are regarding content on social media.
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  • 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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Bill to reimburse Tenn. for government shutdown filed

Bill to reimburse Tenn. for government shutdown filedSen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), along with Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), filed a bill that would reimburse Tennessee and five other states that kept their national parks open during the government shutdown in Oct. 2013.
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TN deer harvest tops 160,000 for 5th year in a row

TN deer harvest tops 160,000 for 5th year in a rowData shows a record number of older bucks were killed this season
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Ask Todd

Ask ToddWhy does humidity feel so different in winter than summer? Meteorologist Todd Howell has the answer.
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  • 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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Advice on applying for student financial aid

Advice on applying for student financial aidSeeking money to pay for college can be complicated. Maryville College’s admissions director Cyndi Sweet and Maryville High School senior Anna Hendrix offer tips on how to wade through the application process.
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60 becomes new zero for Monroe County students

60 becomes new zero for Monroe County studentsMonroe County switching to grade system that sets failing grades at 60 percent
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Health

Experts: Don't send your child back to school with flu symptoms

Experts: Don't send your child back to school with flu symptomsIn just a couple of days, East Tennessee students will be wrapping up their winter breaks and heading back to the classroom. It's during one of the biggest flu epidemics the state has seen in years.
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  • 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Taxes

Time to start thinking about your taxes

Time to start thinking about your taxesWith January looming, certified financial planner Laura Lyons talks about what documents you need to gather to prepare to file your annual tax return.
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  • 4 weeks, 1 day ago