Parents: Baby found tied up during surprise visit to Monroe Co. daycare

A Monroe County daycare facility can no longer care for babies six weeks to one year of age, following complaints that an infant was found tied up at the facility. The Department of Human Services told WVLT News that an educator was also banned from the property when children are present...


USDA: Pigeon Forge company recalls jerky products

A company in Pigeon Forge has recalled its chicken jerky products due to a potential processing error, the United States Department of Agriculture said. The recall covers 23 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken jerky products. According to the USDA, a processing deviation may have led to the products being under-processed. The items were produced from Sept. 6 through Sept. 26...


KCSO: Woman tried to burn down home with mother, toddler inside

A woman was arrested after telling deputies she wanted to burn down a mobile home with two people still inside. 39-year-old Sarah Bowling was arrested and faces aggravated arson and attempted first degree murder charges...


Could my vote be hacked?

A viewer asking how officials are securing her county's voter registration roles and voting machines. So we brought her to the people in charge and let her ask the questions...


Fighting allergies, energy bills during fall weather

With fall temperatures finally here, you'll be looking for ways to save on energy--and keep your allergies under control. Harley Bryant with KUB says when you do turn your heat on, keep that thermostat temperature as constant as you can, and preferably at 68 degrees or lower....


  • smokies_guide

    Surviving the Smokies: your guide to getting out alive

    Experienced hikers in Knoxville said even the easiest of hikes pose a risk for people who venture into the national park. Ed McAlister, the owner of River Sports Outfitters in Knoxville, said you can survive up to three days without water, and three weeks without food. However, it's a life or death situation anyone hiking the Smokies can find themselves in....


  • Digital_Life
    Your Digital Life, Hidden with Christ

    Serving the God ‘who sees in secret’ in a world where there's pressure to post everything.The whole premise of social media is to reach as many people as possible, the more, the better. The frightening part about this logic is that it might be changing how we think about life. Can we enjoy a concert without capturing at least a part of it with our smartphones? Can we have a beautiful engagement without a hidden cameraman in the bushes to record the proposal?...


Mandy Tillitson Photography - Babies

Tech Bites

  • instagram

    Don't forget that Instagram is creepy, too

    With Facebook in the news for all the wrong reasons this week, it may be tempting to overlook the social media giant's photo-oriented sibling, Instagram. That would be unwise. Instagram, which you should absolutely never forget is owned by Facebook, has around 800 million monthly active users — and it exploits their data for ad targeting much like its scandal-prone big brother. This should worry you...