Shoot a Snake Bill
7 hours ago
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33 reptiles found dead at Knoxville zoo; cause is unknown

Thirty-three reptiles were found dead last week at the Knoxville zoo, and officials there say they have no clues yet about how it happened.
Radio Mic
7 hours ago
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Lawmakers: Fired radio reporter didn’t ID herself at meeting

A reporter for a radio station at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has been fired after state lawmakers complained she failed to disclose her presence during a meeting on a state transgender bathroom bill.
3 months ago
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In red states, businesses gearing up to fight bathroom bills

A Tennessee group of businesses is charging into the fiery debate over how to balance LGBT rights and religious conviction.
4 months ago
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Death toll from wildfires increases to 14

The death toll from the Gatlinburg area fires has risen to 14.
6 months ago
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Memphis man convicted in grandson’s death over a steak

A Memphis man has been convicted of killing his grandson in April 2014 in an argument over a steak.
9 months ago
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4 children fatally stabbed in Memphis; mother in custody

Officials say four children in Memphis have been fatally stabbed and their mother has been taken into custody.
10 months ago
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Park officials say euthanized bear didn’t bite hiker

Officials at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park say a bear that was euthanized this month wasn't the same one that bit a sleeping Appalachian Trail hiker.
12 months ago
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Tennessee voting whether to make Bible official state book

The Bible could soon join the Eastern box turtle, the square dance and the Smithville Jamboree as official symbols of the state of Tennessee.
1 year ago
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Judge OKs housing discrimination claim covering 4 states

A federal judge in Alabama has approved a $350,000 settlement involving housing discrimination claims in four Southern states.
1 year ago
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At least 48 people die as result of snowstorm that hit East

At least 48 people have died as a result of the mammoth snowstorm that pounded the Eastern U.S. The deaths included car accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks while shoveling snow.