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QB Guarantano’s re-emergence sparks Tennessee’s turnaround

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nobody exemplifies Tennessee’s impressive recovery from a dismal start better than rejuvenated quarterback Jarrett Guarantano. Guarantano said he received death threats as he struggled through the first half of the season, lost his starting spot and fumbled away Tennessee’s hopes of upsetting Alabama. Rather than going into a shell or entering the transfer… Keep Reading

Thanksgiving traffic causing congestion on I-40, I-75

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Give yourself extra time to get to your Thanksgiving destination. Traffic volume has been heavy this afternoon and is continuing into the evening. MORE ONLINE: Tennessee will have troopers every 20 miles on I-40 over Thanksgiving ALSO: SmartWay Traffic map of Knoxville Traffic is especially slow at the junction of Interstate… Keep Reading

in Food

What’s your state’s favorite Thanksgiving pie?

KNOXVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) — The star of the show on Thanksgiving is always the turkey with special appearances from the stuffing, green bean casserole and macaroni and cheese. The dessert table is often where things can get creative. Pumpkin pie is often the traditional star of the show, but a recent survey from GE Appliances suggests… Keep Reading

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Chris Blue talks fame, faith and love with WVLT

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — When you see someone win on a national stage, don’t you want to know more? What happened before and after? With Knoxville native and “The Voice” winner Chris Blue, WVLT News got to dig in a little deeper into his past, present and his hopes for the future. Blue won the Voice in… Keep Reading

Maoists and Socialists Target Knoxville City Council

Knoxville, Tennessee, is being heavily targeted for a socialist takeover. The American far-left, especially the pro-China communist group Liberation Road (formerly known as Freedom Road Socialist Organization, or FRSO) and the country’s largest Marxist organization, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), are heavily focused on the U.S. South. City by city, the left are targeting city councils, school boards, and state… Keep Reading

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