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Knoxville business owner finds unique way to help homeless community

Yassin Terou, the owner of Yassin’s Falafel House, is always finding new ways to help those in our community and beyond. Recently, he wanted to focus his efforts on Knoxville’s homeless community. Terou made a name for himself in the Knoxville community and beyond. In 2018, Yassin’s Falafel House was named Reader’s Digest’s “Nicest Place in America” and awarded… Keep Reading

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Zoo Knoxville elephants smash giant pumpkins donated by Dollywood

Have you ever wondered what happens to the ginormous pumpkins at Dollywood after the Harvest Festival is over? This year, they were donated to Zoo Knoxville, where some of the pumpkins were smashed by African elephants Tonka and Edie. On Saturday, Nov. 4, Zoo Knoxville visitors gathered around the elephant enclosure to watch Tonka and… Keep Reading

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Burn bans go into effect in parts of East Tennessee

Some cities in East Tennessee have started putting burn bans into effect as drought conditions worsen. On Sunday, both the City of Oak Ridge and the City of Loudon announced burn bans because of the dry conditions. The City of Oak Ridge added that there was smoke in the area because of nearby brush fires and a field fire… Keep Reading

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