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Knoxville Police remind community of Halloween safety tips

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Halloween is about trick-or-treating and all things spooky, but KPD wants to make sure no real scary moments take place in the community. Scott Erland, the communications manager of KPD said it’s important for residents to be reminded of Halloween safety tips to carry into the weekend. “Our goal every day and over… Keep Reading

[LOCAL AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT] with Adrian Gonzalez , author of ‘The Lola Derez S.T.E.M. Series’ for young adults ages 10-18

[LOCAL AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT] We had the opportunity to visit with local author Adrian Gonzalez, author of ‘The Lola Derez S.T.E.M. Series’ for young adults ages 10-18. Details are below. Watch the video on our Facebook page: Buy the book:  Amazon Barnes & Noble Directly from the author: Email: Experience the world of Science,… Keep Reading

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Knoxville area real estate market shows signs of cooling

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — For several years, buyers struggled to find a home in Knoxville. With short supply and skyrocketing prices, some wondered if they would ever be able to find a home in the area. A real estate expert said that in September 2022, some of the trends making the market hot showed signs of slowing down.… Keep Reading

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13 types of bats found in East Tennessee

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — In celebration of Bat Week, as shared by the Blue Ridge Parkway, here are all the bats you can find in East Tennessee. Across the state of Tennessee, the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency reports that there are 15 different types of bats can be found across the state. Of those, TWRA… Keep Reading

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Noise-monitoring cameras are now on Cumberland Ave.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Knoxville has moved its noise monitoring cameras from the downtown are to Cumberland Ave. and 18th Street — near the University of Tennessee campus. City officials said the cameras are meant to monitor, gather and track engine car noises passing through Cumberland Ave. Carter Hall, Policy and Strategic Projects with the City… Keep Reading

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