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The Truth About Food Allergies

Wow, this could answer what we all have wondered, since when did people become allergic to foods?

We all grew up and the only allergy we knew of were from pets or outdoors. And over the past decade food allergies have become the craze.

13 Things Never To Buy On Black Friday

Before you know it, Christmas shopping season begins and to help you out we have the 13 things not to buy on Black Friday.

Even though many product categories will see new all-time low prices, not everything is at its lowest price on Black Friday. In fact, there are 13 items you definitely shouldn't buy on November 29. 

The Best Days For Bargains

With our tight budgets and prices skyrocketing on service, knowing WHEN to shop for a bargain is a priority!

So we’re gonna give you some tips right now on saving on groceries and gas!

World Series Babies

We have the Blizzard of ’93 babies, the Hurricane Katrina Babies and now we have the World Series Babies.....

 

Update on DUI YouTube Confessor

We have an update on the Ohio 22 year old that confessed to killing someone after he was arrested for a DUI. Yesterday he was sentenced Wednesday to 6 1/2 years in prison for causin

T is for Trash

Yesterday I had to run an errand in Maryville and drove past the airport and noticed the big Power T in front of McGhee Tyson airport and it looked very cool.

 

Blount County Attendence Issues

It looks like the absentee rate for Blount County schools was extremely high on Monday due to no bus service.

 

This was the first of 4 days Blount County school officials decided on due to budgeting.

TN Part of Disturbing Trend

This story was so heartbreaking. It makes me want to volunteer to rock.

Unique Way to Diagnose Alzheimer's

How's this for a low-tech way of diagnosing Alzheimer's: sniffing peanut butter.

Local Teacher Named TN Teacher of the Year!

A Knox County teacher was named Tennessee's teacher of the year.

 

Wanda Lacy was previously named Knox County's teacher of the year for 2013.

 

She says she was inspired to teach because her parents didn't have the opportunity to earn a college education.

Of the 30 years she's been teaching, the last six have been as an AP calculus teacher at Farragut High. During those six years, every single one of her students has taken the AP calculus exam, and 97 percent of them have earned college credit.

 

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