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CHARLOTTE -- On a day promoting a big-picture view of women's basketball, Isabelle Harrison set her sights on the finer details.

Caryville police are searching for school shooter Kenneth Bartley after he was involved in a domestic disturbance late Thursday night, Campbell County’s Volunteer Times is reporting.

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — It was a sunny autumn day almost too nice for destruction, but that was the scene Wednesday as heavy machinery gouged holes in the K-31 building and a crowd of onlookers gathered for the latest milestone in the post-Cold War cleanup in Oak Ridge.

The University of Tennessee in an email Monday condemned profanity chanted by students in the closing seconds of Saturday’s 10-9 loss to the University of Florida as “totally unacceptable.”

KNOXVILLE — University of Tennessee trustees will vote this afternoon to rename UT's College of Business after one of the state's most prominent families, following a $50 million gift from Pilot Flying J founder Jim Haslam and his family.

NASHVILLE -- After decades of contentious arguing among lawyers and politicians over the best way to choose Tennessee's top judges, voters are being asked to resolve the issue once and for all this fall.

A Gatlinburg, Tenn., woman got quite a scare at her home one recent evening when she heard her dog barking frantically downstairs in the bedroom where her children slept.

A Harriman lawyer who paid a 14-year-old girl for sexual encounters he then videotaped walked away from a Loudon County courtroom Tuesday with probation.

A 41-year-old man has been charged for the second time with sexual exploitation of a minor, according to Blount County Sheriff James Lee Berrong.

A Jacksboro couple was arrested Tuesday morning after her 3-year-old son sustained second-degree burns over much of his body while her husband was watching him.

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