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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says his Papa John’s franchises in the Denver area are doing well, thanks to certain “law changes” in the state.

A 36-year-old woman was charged Monday with the slaying of a Knoxville man whose body was found last week at a Caryville residence.

KNOXVILLE — When an officer tried to talk to a man walking on Interstate 40 downtown Thursday afternoon, the man bolted, removing his clothes and jettisoning narcotics as he ran.

Campbell County authorities have identified the man whose body was found late Monday morning by a property owner in the southern part of the county, officials said.

KNOXVILLE — Pigs on the road — real pigs, not the metaphorical type — caused at least one chain reaction non-injury crash Tuesday afternoon on Interstate 40 in West Knoxville, officials said.

KNOXVILLE - A Texas woman who authorities say was part of an identity theft ring that stole more than $1 million will spend five years in prison for wire fraud.

OAK RIDGE — The U.S. Department of Energy has notified the contractor at the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant in Oak Ridge that it plans to investigate a possible security breach and release of classified information.

When Knoxville’s Michael Bean came across a Vol fan during a tailgate party before Tennessee’s game with Utah State Sunday, he knew he had to share.

CHEROKEE, N.C. — The field had been mowed for hay, giving it the appearance of a freshly cut lawn. Across this wide-open expanse of green, a small elk herd slowly made its way toward the Oconaluftee Visitor Center.

A student at the University of Tennessee reported Sunday she was sexually assaulted by a stranger Sunday in the Alumni Memorial Building, next to Neyland Stadium, around the time of the UT-Utah State football game.

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