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NASHVILLE -- After decades of contentious arguing among lawyers and politicians over the best way to choose Tennessee's top judges, voters are being asked to resolve the issue once and for all this fall.

A Gatlinburg, Tenn., woman got quite a scare at her home one recent evening when she heard her dog barking frantically downstairs in the bedroom where her children slept.

A Harriman lawyer who paid a 14-year-old girl for sexual encounters he then videotaped walked away from a Loudon County courtroom Tuesday with probation.

A 41-year-old man has been charged for the second time with sexual exploitation of a minor, according to Blount County Sheriff James Lee Berrong.

A Jacksboro couple was arrested Tuesday morning after her 3-year-old son sustained second-degree burns over much of his body while her husband was watching him.

A teenager who tried to kidnap a fellow college student at gunpoint is putting his fate into the hands of a Knox County judge.

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says his Papa John’s franchises in the Denver area are doing well, thanks to certain “law changes” in the state.

A 36-year-old woman was charged Monday with the slaying of a Knoxville man whose body was found last week at a Caryville residence.

KNOXVILLE — When an officer tried to talk to a man walking on Interstate 40 downtown Thursday afternoon, the man bolted, removing his clothes and jettisoning narcotics as he ran.

Campbell County authorities have identified the man whose body was found late Monday morning by a property owner in the southern part of the county, officials said.

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