When his home was destroyed in the Gatlinburg wildfires, Dean Cato knew rebuilding was the only option.
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Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are coming together to let visitors know the Smoky Mountains are still there.
The sign in the window still says closed but five months after the wildfires Gatlinburg’s Sky Lift is moving again.
When Brandee Summey first met Roxie Meza on instagram she had no idea what the Meza family was going through.
The 16 mile stretch of the Foothills Parkway, known as the “Missing Link” is set to be completed in 2018.
The car of a missing woman was found Wednesday in Monroe County.
The birds were not the only ones singing on Easter morning as the sun rose at the Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum. Believers from a…
Robertsville Baptist Church dropped 10,000 eggs down to 1,000 kids from a helicopter. The children ran around and gathered up as many of the…
As Easter approaches, it’s a bittersweet feeling for church leaders and members at Roaring Fork Baptist Church in Gatlinburg.
A new traffic light in West Knox County is being installed as a way to reduce accidents in the area.
Pour Taproom is a self-pour concept business allowing customers to pour their own beer. This type of taproom is the first of its kind in Kno…
A University of Tennessee senior is bringing awareness to a serious issue on college campus through t-shirts.
Saturday the city of Greeneville honored one of its fallen heroes with a special dedication.
Knoxville city leaders and the Emerald Youth Foundation are quietly working on a plan to create a sports complex in Knoxville’s Lonsdale nei…
People had to be evacuated from a Knoxville non-profit housing facility after its roof was damaged in Wednesday night’s severe storm.
The Lonsdale community has seen share of tragedy.
With the sound of a gun and to the tune of “Rocky Top,” approximately 8,000 people ran up and down the Tennessee hills in downtown Knoxville…
Saturday Pellissippi State Community College held an open house for its new “Reconnect Now” program designed after Governor Bill Haslam’s “R…
A Knoxville couple is being forced out of their home after their apartment complex stopped renting to low income families.
Two of the six teens charged in one of East Tennessee’s most brutal murder are hoping for the possibility of parole.
Gatlinburg city leaders, church members and the Gatlinburg community celebrated a new beginning Tuesday.
Four people were injured after a shooting in the Lonsdale community Saturday night.
Zoo Knoxville suffered the loss of 33 reptiles in an event that happened between the hours of 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 21 and 8:00 a.m. Wedn…
An adult mental health supported living facility in Maryville has been suspended and is under investigation by several agencies.
Technology is making it easier for teachers and other adults to have outside and inappropriate relationships with children.
The Open Arms Ministry Food Pantry in Campbell County is in desperate need of volunteers.
A historic McMinn County train depot is undergoing several renovations to keep the building from being torn down.
One person was found dead at the scene of a house fire in Roane County. Investigators do not know his identity.
Lincoln Memorial University Law School hosted a symposium Thursday called “Fire in the Smokies, Rising from the Ashes.”
The winter weather was an unwelcome surprise for people living in the Niota and Englewood areas of McMinn County.