in News

Why the Medal of Honor Celebration is returning to Knoxville

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – This September, the 2022 Medal of Honor Celebration comes to Knoxville, Tennessee. The Celebration is an annual event, with a different location selected each year by the recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor. It serves as a reunion to remember and celebrate the sacrifices of American men and woman in… Keep Reading

TN teenagers can now take their driver’s test at home

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — “At-Home Knowledge Testing” is now being offered to Tennessee teenagers ages 15 to 17. The written portion of the driving test will be given online rather than in-person at a driver services center. This new testing is being offered through the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security Driver Services division.… Keep Reading

in Art/News

TAMIS preserving Knoxville’s history by film

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Cannisters of old film footage of historic people and places in Knoxville, including WATE, are stored in a special vault deep within the East Tennessee History Center downtown. It’s all part of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound or TAMIS. TAMIS Audio Visual Archivist John Morton likes nothing better… Keep Reading

in News

‘UFO’ captures attention above East Tennessee

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – East Tennesseans were surprised to see a mystery flying object flying high above Wednesday night. The object appeared to be a circle of lights and caused several viewers to call into WVLT’s newsroom asking what it might be. Nate Nelson of Nate Nelson Photography managed to capture the object on camera.… Keep Reading

Go to Top
Skip to content