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KNOXVILLE — The victim of an assault inside a South Knoxville apartment Monday told police he was struck so many times with a hammer that his attacker lost his grip because the handle became too bloody.

BULLS GAP, Tenn. — A man who allegedly chased down his parents and cut their vehicle off in the middle of the road Sunday in Bulls Gap because he wanted more money has been charged with felony reckless endangerment and vandalism.

MADISONVILLE, Tenn. — A candidate for Monroe County sheriff has worked for the Vonore Police Department for more than three years, including one year full time, according to the police chief.

KNOXVILLE — A driver whose vehicle struck an East Knoxville house Sunday has died from his injuries, police said.

Llamas and people alike filled World’s Fair Park on Saturday for the inaugural Great Llama Race to benefit local schools, Bolivian schools and Southeast Llama Rescue.

KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee will sell the New Norris House — a ground-breaking home in the field of sustainable living — in a sealed bid process for a minimum $155,000, the school announced Wednesday.

KNOXVILLE — The phrase gets endless replay by Tennessee's women's basketball players and coaches.

East Tennessee’s little EmiSunshine has gone viral. Emilie Hamilton, the 9-year-old singer-songwriter, who goes by the stage name EmiSunshine has appeared regularly on Market Square, in concert halls, flea markets and on sidewalks all around East Tennessee. Over the past two weeks she has become an Internet star she will appear on NBC’s "Today" show on Friday, March 28, between 9 and 9:30 a.m.

KNOXVILLE — When the first half ends, class begins these days for the Tennessee women's basketball team.

KNOXVILLE — Human remains pulled from Fort Loudoun Lake last week have been positively identified as those of South Knoxville man Derek Funk, who had been missing since 2010, authorities said Tuesday.

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