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Drought conditions continue to improve in East Tennessee

Fall 2023 was the 2nd driest fall on record in Knoxville with only 2.90″ of rain from September 1st through November 30th. That’s only 28% of average rainfall for the season! We came into December with 5.48″ rainfall deficit for the year-to-date but a wet start to the month is already making a big difference.   Continue… Keep Reading

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Knoxville mail carrier carjacked at gunpoint, suspects evade officers

The Knoxville Police Department is investigating the carjacking of a U.S. Postal Service worker Wednesday morning on Dandridge Avenue. Officers responded to a call reporting carjacking in the 2200 block of Dandridge Avenue around 10 a.m., a release from KPD said. A USPS driver told the officers that he was held at gunpoint by two unidentified men.… Keep Reading

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Knox County looking into reducing flooding in growing areas

Knox County wants to limit flooding in residential areas, especially where new homes are being built, since its maps are outdated. Roseberry Creek sits in eastern Knox County in a rural but residential area. It’s one of eight creeks county officials are looking at to update flood maps. “The most recent flood maps we have… Keep Reading

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Cherry said football was fun and made him tougher

On one of the first days of preseason football practice at Austin-East High School last August, basketball standout Shane Cherry was on the sideline observing. Not long after that, he joined the team. He started out as a wide receiver but moved to quarterback and had a remarkable season as a junior.   Continue reading… Keep Reading

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