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Vote to bring NBC's Today show to UT!

Vote to bring NBC's Today show to UT!

NBC's Today show will be on the UT campus on Wednesday, and you could help bring them back later this year!

UT is one of six finalists in "Kathie Lee and Hoda Go Back to College" challenge.  The winner will have the show broadcast live from campus in early October.

A Today Show reporter will be doing live segments from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday from the south side of Ayres Hall to introduce UT to viewers and kick off the voting.

UT Study: Number of uninsured Tennesseans drops to lowest total since 2008

UT Study:  Number of uninsured Tennesseans drops to lowest total since 2008

The number of uninsured Tennesseans has dropped to its lowest total in four years, according to a University of Tennessee study released on Monday.

The purpose of UT's annual study is to find out how many people in the state are without health insurance, the use of the university's medical facilities and services and patient satisfaction.

Second half strikes again; Vols lose to Gators at Neyland

Second half strikes again; Vols lose to Gators at Neyland

Right up until the second half Saturday night, the incredible momentum that energized Knoxville for the past week seemed like it might be enough to carry the Tennessee Volunteers to a victory against the Florida Gators for the first time in eight meetings.

The Vols were up 14-10 in front of a sell-out crowd of more than 102,000.

 

But then the 2nd half happened to a team that's had some memorable 2nd half meltdowns in the past few years.

Then the Gators scored 27 points.

Celebrate Imagination Library Week: Sept. 17-21

Celebrate Imagination Library Week: Sept. 17-21

 

Every month, over 17,000 children in Knox County receive a free book in the mail. Our program wouldn't be a success without our dedicated postal workers, whose mail bags are heavy with Imagination Library Books every month.

Celebrate Imagination Library and Join us in thanking your postal worker for delivering your books.

Download a thank you card to give to your postal carrier here. Just print, fold, and color!

Big Orange fans prepare for Florida game

Big Orange fans prepare for Florida game

It's a big week here in East Tennessee because it's Florida Week. The Vols will face off against the Gators on Saturday.

Big Orange fans showed their spirit a little early out in West Knoxville. Fans gathered in the corner parking lot of Belk to enjoy live music from the Southern Drawl Band.

There was also a Q&A with Bob Kessling and John Brice. Fans also got a visit from Smokey and the UT cheerleaders.

Texas Roadhouse served up ribs for the hungry fans at the event.

Go Vols! Vote for your fave in Southern Living's Best Tailgate Contest

Go Vols!  Vote for your fave in Southern Living's Best Tailgate Contest

The University of Tennessee is listed as a Powerhouse in Southern Living magazine's search for who hosts the South's Best Tailgate!

Click on over to their website to vote for your favorite team!

Knox Co. Schools: Book did not adhere to district guidelines

Knox Co. Schools: Book did not adhere to district guidelines

Knox County Schools says staff at Hardin Valley Academy did not follow district guidelines when they selected a controversial book as part of required summer reading.

Students enrolled in the STEM program at Hardin Valley Academy were required to read a science-fiction book called "Robopocalypse."

Sam Lee, the parent of a 14-year-old student, said the book is full of foul language, including the "f" word, and should never have been assigned.