25, Mar 2015 - Knoxville, TN Records: Pain clinics made millions
KNOXVILLE — Federal court records unsealed Tuesday afternoon lay out the makings of a multimillion-dollar pill-mill operation that apparently spanned East Tennessee. Records identify the main suspect in the case as Sylvia Hofstetter, who is being arraigned in U.S. District Court on charges she operated a $17.5 million pill-mill operation in Knox County and at least one other county. Hofstetter ...
24, Mar 2015 - Ex-Tennessee football players ordered to trial on rape charges
A state court judge on Monday set an August trial for two former University of Tennessee football players who are accused of raping a 19-year-old woman at the school in November. Attorneys representing Michael Williams and A.J. Johnson maintained their innocence in a brief arraignment in Knox County Criminal Court on Monday. Williams and Johnson, who were indicted in February on two counts of ...
24, Mar 2015 - Johnson, TN Two Vols Plead Not Guilty to Rape Charges
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Former Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson and suspended Vols defensive back Michael Williams have pleaded not guilty to aggravated rape charges. Johnson and Williams were arraigned Monday after being indicted last month by a grand jury. Trial was set for Aug. 24. Johnson and Williams were suspended from Tennessee's football team in November, one day before Knoxville police ...
23, Mar 2015 - Appeals court upholds conviction in horrific Knoxville slayings
The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals said there were some problems with the trial, but nothing so egregious as to overturn the convictions and death sentence for Lemaricus Davidson.
10, Oct 2014 - Knoxville, TN Tennessee Court of Appeals rules for City Café in beer sales case
The Tennessee Court of Appeals in Knoxville ruled Thursday that Chattanooga’s beer board was wrong when it told the City Café it had to stop selling beer or shut down all operations from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m. on weekdays, and 3 a.m. to noon on Sundays, when beer cannot legally be served.
09, Oct 2014 - Knoxville, TN THP trooper religious discrimination suit will go to trial
A religious discrimination lawsuit filed by a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper from Knoxville will go to a federal trial.
03, Apr 2014 - Chattanooga, TN Chattanoogan.com - Chattanooga's source for breaking local news
A suspension of Knoxville attorney Roger D. Hyman’s law license has been upheld by a unanimous opinion of the Tennessee Supreme Court. In 2010, the Board of Professional Responsibility filed a petition for discipline against Mr. Hyman for two unrelated complaints.
02, Apr 2014 - Knoxville, TN Study of New Treatment During UT LIFESTAR Flights May Reduce Trauma Deaths
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The University of Tennessee Medical Center is participating in a clinical trial aimed at saving the lives of trauma patients who have uncontrolled bleeding. The treatment involves administering ...
01, Apr 2014 - 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.
17, Nov 2011 - Davidson, TN Vanderbilt safety Andre Simmons in armed robbery incident - Sporting News
James Franklin and the Commodores head to Knoxville to face Tennessee this Saturday ... Simmons is being held in the Davidson County jail on $100,000 bond.