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Sequoyah Unit 2 begins scheduled refueling and maintenance outage

Fire at 6112 Northcrest Circle claims a life

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An Oak Ridge first: Crews access cleanup area from barge
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Fire at 902 N. Central St., Eternal Beauty Salon
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Johnson Architecture earns international brick award for UT dining hall project
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Appalachian Bear Rescue is offering a Bear for Adoption
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UT to lead $10M University Transportation Center
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Shuttle services offered at Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Ober Mountain invests $4 million in new snow machines
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Southeast Tennessee Beef Summit set for April 28
homeless veterans
More than 230 permanent housing placements provided to homeless Veterans
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Lisa Baldwin selected as Cumberland Gap National Historical Park superintendent
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park has second busiest year ever recorded
cades cove cabin cleaning
‘Adopt-a-Cabin’ volunteers needed to clean Cades Cove cabins
keith carver ut institute of agriculture Carver takes the reins of the UT Institute of Agriculture
KNOXVILLE -- Raised in a rural farming community in West Tennessee, Keith Carver is now poised to take the reins of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) as its next senior vice chancellor and senior vice president.

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USDOE and TVA sign memorandum of understanding to advance hydropower technologies

Eleven men arrested in Bristol human trafficking operation


Senator Richard Briggs signs U.S. Term Limits Pledge

Tennessee House Committee passes resolution to term limit Congress

state park forest damage Temporary restrictions at Franklin State Forest

NASHVILLE – Visitors to Franklin State Forest in Franklin and Marion Counties are only allowed to enjoy the forest on foot due to excessive damage caused by off-road vehicles.


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UT Gardens Plant of the Month

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Blackburn, Cornyn, colleagues introduce bill to reauthorize Debbie Smith Act, fight rape kit backlog

Congressman Fleischmann’s Eastern Band of Cherokee Historic Lands Reacquisition Act passes House


Guantanamo Bay detainee transfer to Saudi Arabia in progress

Kentucky church lockdown case returns to Court of Appeals

california flood rescue 3023 To the Rescue
California Army National Guardsmen assist local first responders with rescue operations during flooding in Monterey County, Calif., March 11, 2023.
russia supply to china Russia reportedly supplying enriched plutonium to China
By David Vergin

Various open-source outlets reported how Rosatom is providing highly enriched uranium for Chinese fast breeder reactors.
sea ops south china sea Sea ops keep troops ready for action
Ships and aircraft assigned to the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group and the Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group, with the embarked 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, conducted combined expeditionary strike force operations in the South China Sea.

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Penguins, Robots, The Ocean
and more
Fieldwork in Antarctica is tricky, just ask University of Delaware scientist Matthew Breece. There is the 10-day trek to get there from Delaware, which includes a sometimes stomach-revolting four-day sail through Drake Passage, heavy research equipment to manage, limits on what you can pack.
caribou calving grounds
Caribou have been using same Arctic calving grounds for 3,000 years
Caribou have been using the same Arctic calving grounds for more than 3,000 years, according to a new study by the University of Cincinnati.

KCDC First Creek at Austin award
KCDC’s First Creek at Austin earns Keep Knoxville Beautiful award
oak ridge transports first waste shipment
Oak Ridge transports first waste shipment to WIPP
healthy habitats
NWTF Tennessee Pledges $86,679 to Healthy Habitats. Healthy Harvests
ut natural resources school
University of Tennessee proposes new School of Natural Resources
zoo knoxville chimpanzee
Chimpanzee makes debut at Zoo Knoxville
zoo knoxville dinosaur
Step into a New World at Zoo Knoxville
kcdc western heights grant
KCDC earns $40 million HUD grant for Transforming Western initiative
new stream is born
Tremont Institute to begin second campus work with $250,000 grant from TVA
reward for elk poacher
$14,000 reward for elk poached in Claiborne County
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Beauford Delaney Building to be first residential structure at new stadium
nasa webb telescope findings
NASA reveals Webb Telescope’s first images of unseen universe
ut research amphibian pathogens
UT researchers receive $2.75 million grant to investigate movement of amphibian pathogens
  look rock campground reopens
National Park reopens Look Rock Campground

KCHD releases 2022 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
TDEC invests additional $125.9 million in water infrastructure investments
Tennessee’s 1st Baby Box is blessed
National Park ‘Park it Forward’ annual parking tags now available
TVA partnership awards $1 million in STEM grants to local schools
Beacon Center releases 2022 Pork Report
Man charged with stealing church funds
Zoo Knoxville mourns the death of beloved “Polly” white rhino
Kayaker 's body recovered near The Sinks
Park plans 2023 lane closure on Spur for tunnel repairs
New projects will improve forest health and wildlife habitat
Department of the Interior celebrates recovery of the snail darter
Titans share renderings of proposed new stadium
Healthcare workers call for elected leaders to reconsider abortion “trigger law”
Tennessee teens falling for online scams faster than their grandparents
• TBI releases annual LEOKA publication
• TBI releases annual hate crime study
• New 224-unit multifamily complex to be built in Sevierville near Dollywood
Follow Me to Tennessee: Tennessee Migration Report
2022 Trafficking in Persons Report released
TVA publishes Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) Report
EBCI Tribal Council approves $75 million for The 407: Gateway to Adventure & Puy du Fou partnership
Old City redevelopment momentum: $22 million hotel is latest private investment
National Park receives $31 million to repair Foothills Parkway West
TVA unveils $3M in pilot projects to advance valley connectivity, carbon-free future

National Park Service acquires 60 acres of land
TVA approves Asian carp fish barriers at seven dams
$2 million dollar Streetscape Road Project
City announces $35 million in strategic investments, community assistance
Knox County District Attorney General launches podcast series, Generally Speaking
TBI launches new Tennessee Sex Offender Registry
Tennessee to leverage state lands for tourism in rural, distressed counties
City's investment in Austin Homes revitalization reaches $12.5 million
New sidewalks to be built in Lonsdale
$2 million committed to Burlington streetscape project
Knoxville earns Tree Cities of the World recognition
AG Crime Unit steps up citations for off-road users in areas of state forests
Operation Volunteer Strong recovers 150 missing children in Tennessee
New East Knoxville greenway to connect parks, botanical garden
City investing $1.6 million to build sidewalks along Old Broadway
City’s online chatbot available in Spanish
Service proposes listing for the rare sickle darter fish


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