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A 6-year-old Blount County boy was rushed to an area hospital after being mauled by a pit bull Monday afternoon, authorities said.

San Bernardino County, Calif., authorities are searching possible locations for evidence of foul play in the disappearance of an Oak Ridge native missing for three weeks and an affidavit said a neighbor, with whom she was allegedly having an affair, took her hunting the day she disappeared.

TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. — A recently discharged Marine who volunteered at a horse ranch with the missing pregnant wife of another California-based Marine has been arrested on suspicion of possession of a destructive device, authorities said Monday.

NASHVILLE — Monroe County candidate for sheriff Randy White did not meet the requirements for police officer certification, the Tennessee Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission voted unanimously Friday.

KNOXVILLE — Authorities identified a Knoxville woman killed Thursday when an Indiana church bus ran a red light and slammed into her vehicle.

KNOXVILLE — Knox County court officers subdued a belligerent man Thursday with the assistance of an electric stun gun.

KNOXVILLE — A Knoxville man pleaded guilty today to kidnapping his ex-wife from a home where she worked as a housekeeper.

In just a few weeks, another East Tennessee courthouse will prominently display the national motto.

KINGSTON, Tenn. — If you don't request, you don't receive.

Charges are pending after a woman was run over with a pickup by her boyfriend in the Western Heights public housing complex Monday afternoon, police said.

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