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Two arrested following alleged theft attempt at Alcoa Walmart, pursuit
Two men were arrested following an alleged theft attempt at the Alcoa Walmart on Monday that led to a vehicle and foot pursuit after the pair crashed into another vehicle and a building, police said.Cody Ray Self, 22, U.S. 411 South, Greenback, was arrested on charges of felony evading arrest, posse
4 taken to hospital for carbon monoxide exposure at East Knox County business
Crews were called to Holston Valley Engineering on Commission Drive around 5 p.m. Rural/Metro says seven people initially complained of being lightheaded, dizzy, nauseous and with cherry red skin from possible carbon monoxide poisoning, but only four are being taken to the hospital.
Revolving door of despair: Drugs land more women behind bars
In this jail and countless others, addiction is driving up the rate of incarcerated women, tearing apart families while squeezing communities that lack money, treatment programs and permanent solutions to close what has become a revolving door.
Homelessness in Knoxville: The Nursing Student
Dr. Roger Nooe shows us the history of homelessness in Knoxville since the 1980s..
ORNL researchers track mercury prevalence in Oak Ridge waterways
Dressed in waders and elbow-length plastic gloves, ORNL scientist Scott Brooks chipped wet, lolling strands of algae off a rock and into a test tube.
Pair Charged With Meth Possession After Traffic Stop
A man and woman were charged Sunday morning with drug possession counts and other offenses following a traffic stop by Greeneville police in the 500 block of Tusculum Boulevard.Driver James C. Babb, 28, of 860 Iron Bridge Road, Mosheim, was charged with possession of a Schedule II drug, possession o
KPD: Woman killed in North Knoxville shooting following argument
The woman, 32-year-old Rekia Kinnebrew, was taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment where she died from her injuries Sunday evening after 5:00 p.m., according to KPD.
Athens police officer attacked by suspect
Around 3:30 p.m., officers were called to Palo Street in Athens for a report of a man chasing his parents up the street in a vehicle. According to police, when they arrived, they saw the man's driving the wrong way down a one-way street. When they caught up to the car, they found it had been abandon
KPD: Officers respond to gunshots in North Knoxville
According to the Knoxville Police Department, officers heard multiple gunshots while in the area around 5th Avenue and Cherry Street early Sunday morning.They say while checking the area they found one victim on Cherry Street and determined the incident happened on Fifth Avenue.The incident is under
10Investigates: How does Knoxville's murder rate compare to other cities?
"That makes us feel better because it shows that people are noticing the effort we make," Knoxville Police Department chief deputy over investigations Eve Thomas said. "We're out there trying, and trying to work hard on it."
Alcoa Highway construction forces family out of 1930s dream home
"This was our forever home," said Dan Phillips, who restored the 1930s fixer upper with his wife. "We literally called it our forever home."
Alcoa man with history of indecent exposure accused of stalking counselor
An Alcoa man with a history of exposing himself to women is back in jail after allegedly sending numerous explicit pictures and messages to a female counselor.Robert Wesley Johnson, 35, Kettering Court, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of aggravated stalking. He was being held in lieu of $10,000 b
Ogle charged with construction fraud
SEVIERVILLE -- A man who was shot during an altercation at his home earlier this year is now facing felony theft and fraud charges over allegations he failed to complete work on a home.Steven Ogle, 40, of 926 Middle Creek Road, was arrested Thursday on charges of home construction fraud and theft ov
Knoxville weather forecast calls for hazardous weather Saturday afternoon
On Sunday the temperature is expected to rise to 87 degrees, but the chance of thunderstorms falls to 40 percent during the day. This decreases even more in the evening to 20 percent, and the temperature will fall to 68.
KPD: Person ejected from vehicle on I-75 south near Emory Road
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) --The Knoxville Police Department says a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 75 has resulted in a driver being ejected.The collision happened at 11:12 p.m. near mile marker 112 at the Emory Road/Powell exit. Multiple agencies are on the scene, but the Tennessee Highway Patrol
Knox County gang member given 38 years for attempted murder
District Attorney General Charme Allen's office says Jose Luis Andres, 27, pleaded guilty to attempted first degree murder and was given a sentence of 38 years in prison without hte possibility of parole. It will run consecutively with an 18 year sentence for a separate robbery case.
How, when to deal with snakes around your home
"That's really a personal choice matter," said Bauer. "Snakes are of a great purpose in that they tend to eat a lot of rodents, they take care of frogs, salamanders, lizards, mice, sometimes even small birds."
Gang members convicted of robbing, beating wheelchair-bound family member
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - Two Knoxville gang members were convicted of robbing a wheelchair-bound family member, according to the Knox County District Attorney's Office.
Scary or safe? Snakes slithering into East Tennessee
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) --Snakes are out in East Tennessee, a place that many different types of the slithery species call home. While some are venomous and can cause damage, others are considered "good" by many. However, experts say they may all be dangerous.One of the most common breeds of snake i