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24, Apr 2014 - Knoxville Former Knoxville priest convicted of child rape to appeal to Tenn. Supreme Court Attorneys for a former Knoxville priest convicted of child rape have filed with the Tennessee Supreme Court in an effort to appeal his conviction.
21, Apr 2014 - Knoxville Knoxville Police Chief, gun owners weigh in on Tennessee's open carry bill The bill that would have allowed Tennessee residents to openly carry a gun without a permit was shot down by the House Monday night.
21, Apr 2014 - Knoxville Robert Booker: Night school, escape from jail news in 1915 While perusing the pages of the Oct. 27, 1915, issue of the Knoxville Sentinel, I noticed several items of interest about local governments, schools, the business community and other things. There were stories on the prisoners who had escaped from the Knox County Jail. There was coverage of University of Tennessee football.
21, Apr 2014 - Knoxville 2 suspected of binding Layton woman in her home arrested in Tennessee Two people suspected of binding a woman and robbing her in her Layton home were arrested in Knoxville, Tenn., Thursday.
20, Apr 2014 - Knoxville Octogenarian nun awaits sentence for protest break-in at US nuclear plant Pat McSweeney was charged with sabotage for breaking into Y-12 facility at Oak Ridge, Tennessee On Monday morning, three days short of her 84th birthday, Sister Megan Rice ate a hearty breakfast of pancakes and oatmeal at the ungodly hour of 4.30am in Knox county jail, Knoxville, Tennessee. Rice, a white-haired Catholic nun and anti-nuclear activist, was in fine spirits, giving a broad smile and ...
03, Jun 2013 - Knoxville Magistrate: Former UT Foundation officer to stay in jail after admitting molesting boys KNOXVILLE - A federal magistrate judge today ordered a former University of Tennessee Foundation executive to be jailed pending trial in a child pornography case.
02, Jun 2013 - Knoxville Federal U.S. Attorney Bill Killian Suggests Anti-Muslim Speech Can be Punished Bill Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, recently suggested that offensive speech about Islam may be punishable under U.S. law. Killian and Kenneth Moore, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Knoxville Division, are scheduled to speak next week at a special meeting in Manchester, Tennessee, to increase awareness among citizens that American Muslims are not terrorists ...
02, Jun 2013 - Knoxville Family: Charlotte woman has not been seen in 5 days Family and friends are frantic over the disappearance of a Charlotte woman. Tennessee police said 39-year-old Holly Fischer left her parents' house in Knoxville on Monday and was traveling to Charlotte. She hasn't been seen or heard from since. IMAGES: Officials search for missing Charlotte woman According to a police report, Fischer's father said his daughter was upset when she left his home ...
30, May 2013 - Knoxville Updated: UT Foundation fires Downsbrough after arrest KNOXVILLE - The University of Tennessee Foundation fired one of its top officials today, two days after he was arrested in his downtown office on federal child pornography charges.
30, May 2013 - Knoxville University of Tennessee Foundation exec on leave after arrest in child porn case A top officer over the University of Tennessee Foundation is on administrative leave, a day after federal agents arrested him at his downtown office, according to a university spokeswoman.
30, May 2013 - Knoxville 2 plead guilty in feds' probe of truck stop chain NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Two employees of the truck stop chain owned by the family of Tennessee's governor and the owner of the Cleveland Browns pleaded guilty Wednesday to scamming the company's customers out of rebates, a practice well-known among both sales staff and executives as "jacking," according to court documents.
28, May 2013 - Knoxville Three arrested in mining protest Three people were arrested in a protest against mountaintop removal mining outside the 1st Tennessee Building in Downtown Knoxville on Friday.
24, May 2013 - Knoxville More women arrested for pain pills stresses jails KINGSTON, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee prosecutor says the burgeoning pain pill problem is filling jails beyond capacity with women. Ninth Judicial District Attorney General Russell Johnson told the Knoxville News Sentinel (http://bit.ly/13HXKj6 ) three of the four counties in his district have overcrowded jails, largely because of an increase in women being arrested. Johnson said women are ...
17, May 2013 - Knoxville Knoxville burglary trio caught in Florida Three people accused of multiple burglaries in Tennessee were arrested Thursday in Florida after high speed chase with state troopers.
14, May 2013 - Knoxville UPDATE: Tennessee traffic stop leads to arrest of Mount Vernon, Ind. pair wanted for robbery Indiana State Police announced that two Mount Vernon, Ind., suspects wanted in connection with a robbery of a Spencer County, Ind. pharmacy last week were arrested in Tennessee.
14, May 2013 - Knoxville Breaking News: Dale Pharmacy Robbery Suspects Arrested in Tennessee The two suspects from last weeks Pharmacy Robbery are arrested in Knoxville, TN.
12, May 2013 - Knoxville Tenn. nuke protesters to stay in jail until fall - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A judge has ruled that a nun and two other nuclear protesters must remain in jail until they are sentenced in September for breaking into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee.
12, May 2013 - Knoxville Judge: nun, 2 other convicted nuclear protesters to stay in jail until sentencing in the fall KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - A judge has ruled that a nun and two other nuclear protesters must remain in jail until they are sentenced in September for breaking into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee.
12, May 2013 - Knoxville Duluth Nuclear Protester to Stay in Jail until Fall A judge has ruled that a Duluth man and two other nuclear protesters must remain in jail until they are sentenced in September for breaking into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee.
11, May 2013 - Knoxville Tenn. nuke protesters to stay in jail until fall KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A judge has ruled that a nun and two other nuclear protesters must remain in jail until they are sentenced in September for breaking into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee.
10, May 2013 - Knoxville Tennessee Commissioner Jeff Ownby Ordered to Write Letter Describing Sex Act Former Knox County Commissioner Jeff Ownby was arrested in 2012, along with his 'friend' John McCracken, for public indecency. Local police “observed them engaging in oral sex” at Sharp’s Ridge Park in Knoxville. Now, nearly a year after Ownby’s arrest, the former elected official has pled “no contest” in court. In order to have the conviction wiped from his record, however, the Judge William ...
09, May 2013 - Knoxville Trial begins for activists who broke into Tennessee security complex Two days before the start of a trial that could put her in prison, 83-year-old Sr. Megan Rice, a member of the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus, stood in the sanctuary at Church of the Savior United Church of Christ here with her co-defendants and received a standing ovation.
09, May 2013 - Knoxville Catholic Nun Convicted For Vandalising US Nuclear Site Knoxville – An 83 year old nun and two peace activists could face up to 20 years in jail following their conviction for breaking into a nuclear defence site in Oak Ridge Tennessee. Sister Megan said her only regret was waiting 70 years before taking action. The incident took place in July 2012. Sister Rice [...]
08, May 2013 - Knoxville 3 charged with gambling in building owned by East Tennessee judge OAK RIDGE — Three men are charged with promoting gambling after Oak Ridge police discovered card games in a building owned by a local judge. Interim Oak Ridge City Judge Lawrence Tunnell told the Knoxville News Sentinel (http://bit.ly/143xyy2) he evicted the tenants after he learned of the raid.
02, May 2013 - Knoxville Police ID body found near Tennessee River Police have identified the man whose body was found on the banks of First Creek near downtown Knoxville last month.
01, May 2013 - Knoxville Brookville Police officer stops Tennessean's 'fishing' expedition BROOKVILLE - An off-duty Brookville Borough Police officer stopped a "fishing" expedition by two Tennessee men. According to Brookville Borough Police Chief Ken Dworek, Officer Mick Stormer had just completed a 10 hour shift and was going to get something to eat.
01, May 2013 - Knoxville New state law should mean longer sentence for convicted Knox gang members The D.A.G.'s office said this case appears to be the first time Tennessee's enhanced punishment laws for gang members will be applied.  The "gang enhancement" law raises the sentencing for any felony to the next highest class of crime, meaning longer prison terms are possible.
01, May 2013 - Knoxville Off-duty officer helps nab suspects BROOKVILLE - An alert off-duty Brookville Borough police officer was instrumental in the weekend arrest of two Tennessee men wanted in connection with thefts in Brookville and Clarion.
27, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Clarksville first sergeant retires after 23 years with National Guard A Clarksville Police detective has retired after 23 years with the Tennessee Army National Guard following a recent change of responsibility ceremony at Knoxville's National Guard Armory.
27, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Man shot with arrow at East Tennessee gentleman's club KNOXVILLE - One man suffered only a minor injury after being shot with an arrow in South Knoxville early Sunday morning, according to Knoxville Police Department Lt. David Powell.
26, Apr 2013 - Knoxville KPD charges West TN man with 4 robberies of Subway, CVS KNOXVILLE — A West Tennessee man arrested Thursday night has been charged with robbing three Subway shops and a CVS pharmacy in Knoxville and is linked to a Subway robbery in Sevier County, authorities said.
25, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Victims of crime honored Thursday at Blountville, Tennessee tree planting Tree planting ceremonies will be held across Tennessee Thursday to honor victims of crime.
24, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Greenbrier Co. native charged with murder in Tenn. KNOXVILLE (WVVA) - A Greenbrier County man is facing murder charges in Tennessee. Knoxville police have charged 28-year old Brandon Roberts of Renick with second-degree murder. Investigators say Roberts
23, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Knoxville's Helen Ross McNabb Center, Chattanooga's Fortwood Center complete merger Two long-time mental health providers in East Tennessee formally merged Monday after receiving approval from the State of Tennessee Attorney General earlier this year.
20, Apr 2013 - Knoxville 'We trusted them, and now, if they're guilty, I hope they all go to jail.' Trucking company operators in Tennessee and beyond expressed surprise and disgust Friday about revelations that the Pilot Flying J truck-stop chain may have deliberately cheated its customers on rebates they were supposed to have earned on their diesel-fuel purchases.
19, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Body found floating in Tennessee River Knoxville police recovered a body from the Tennessee River Friday.
18, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Knoxville lawyer TaKisha Fitzgerald receives censure Lawyer and Assistant District Attorney TaKisha Fitzgerald received a public censure from the Tennessee Supreme Court Tuesday.
17, Apr 2013 - Knoxville FBI investigating Pilot Flying J, company owned by governor's family Agents from the FBI and Knoxville Police Officers are at Pilot Flying J Headquarters off Lonas Drive in West Knoxville. / WBIR Federal agents raid the Pilot Flying J headquarters Monday, April 15, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. FBI and Internal Revenue Service agents on Monday locked down the Knoxville headquarters of Pilot Flying J, the truck stop business owned by the family of Tennessee Gov. Bill ...
17, Apr 2013 - Knoxville UT pitcher Owenby charged with DUI KNOXVILLE — Tennessee pitcher Drake Owenby faces a DUI charge after a police stop early Sunday. Knoxville police say Owenby was stopped at 2:44 a.m. Sunday after his car crossed the lane lines several times on Interstate 275. According to police, the 19-year-old Owenby had blood-shot eyes, struggled to concentrate and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was charged with driving under ...
16, Apr 2013 - Knoxville Haslam Talks about ‘Rebates’ Investigation KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — A second search warrant was issued for Cleveland Browns owner, Jimmy Haslam’s company, Pilot Flying J Corporation,...
16, Apr 2013 - Knoxville KPD: Large heroin distribution ring is shut down The Knoxville Police Department announced Friday that investigators have shut down a large-scale heroin distribution ring that stretched from Chicago to East Tennessee.
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