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Baby, you can drive my car: UTPD advises fans to get to TBA early for Tuesday McCartney concert

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Baby, you can drive my car. And you better be early.

Paul McCartney plays Thompson-Boling Arena on Tuesday night, and the University of Tennessee Police Department is urging all concert-goers to plan ahead and get to the campus venue early.

This is McCartney’s first trip to Knoxville, and the show is a sell-out. The former Beatle turns 80 in less than a month and is in the midst of what he’s been calling his “Got Back” tour, his first since the pandemic broke out.

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UT grad wants to help teens in foster care after her own experience

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Reagan Dodson was 16 when she first entered foster care to leave an unhealthy situation at home.

“I am the one who told the police on my parents,” she said in an interview in 2020. “Most kids that go into foster care don’t want to be removed from their parents, but at that time, that’s the only thing that I wanted.”

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How much rain? Gatlinburg gets nearly two inches of rain Monday

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Rain has been falling on East Tennessee most of the day and WATE 6 Meteorologist Ken Weathers says it will continue raining through the evening hours. Knoxville weather radar is tracking rain as it moves across the region.

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Tennessee softball’s season ends in Knoxville Regional finals

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Tennessee softball needed one win Sunday to advance and host a Super Regional next weekend at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium, but its bats went cold in both games as Oregon State ended the Lady Vols’ season in a 3-1 elimination game.

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Knoxville Symphony Orchestra to host free concert in honor of World’s Fair anniversary

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – In honor of the 40th-anniversary celebration of the World’s Fair, the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will host a special show Sunday night. The set performance concludes the orchestra’s East Tennessee concert series.

Program selections are expected to include works from “E.T.,” “Star Trek,” and the 1982 World’s Fair theme song, a release shared.

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Tennessee softball’s season comes to an end in the Knoxville Regional Championship

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE)- The Lady Vols’ season came to a heartbreaking end in a winner-take-all game 7 of the Knoxville Regional Championship. Tennessee struggled to get the bats going, falling to Oregon State 3-0.

Super-senior ace Erin Edmoundson started in the circle in the winner-take-all battle against Oregon State. The lefty threw six innings with four strikeouts and three runs surrendered.

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Craft your own beer at Knoxville trade school

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – As we celebrate National American Craft Beer Week, one facility in East Tennessee is helping people delve into the world of beermaking.

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Softball Preview: 2022 Knoxville Regional

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee softball begins NCAA Tournament action this weekend as the Lady Vols play host to the 17th consecutive Knoxville Regional at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium. UT was selected as the No. 11 national seed and welcomes Ohio State, Oregon State and Campbell to Rocky Top for the postseason event.

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Buyers Must Be Prepared to ‘Act Instantly’ in Knoxville’s Hot Market

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Drawn by the great outdoors, college sports and the affordable cost of living, out-of-state buyers are driving up prices in the East Tennessee city. Like many real estate markets across the U.S., Knoxville has heated up quite a bit over the past two years. Low inventory, low mortgage rates, and high demand are driving up home prices to record-breaking levels in the Tennessee city just outside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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