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KCSO looks for early morning robbery suspects

The Knox County Sheriff's Office is looking for two men who robbed a convenience store early Friday.

Deputies responded to the Quick Shop Market on Rutledge Pike in East Knox County at about 3:15 a.m. The store clerk told deputies two men wearing ski masks and hooded sweatshirts demanded money from the cash resister. The men then got away with a white garbage bag that had some money in it. Deputies said the men were last seen walking toward Old Rutledge Pike.

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Firefighters cope after toddler dies in house fire

Toddler dies in Knoxville house fire, 3 others injured

A house fire in east Knoxville Monday night killed a 23-month-old boy and sent three others, including two kids, to the hospital.

Hashtag campaign calls for Knoxville Center Mall changes


(WBIR) What started as a Facebook post turned into a movement to fix up a big piece of Knoxville - the Knoxville Center Mall. A Knoxville woman and her cousin made a graphic with the hashtag "Save East Towne Mall" that received hundreds of shares.

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Volunteers build playground at The Muse Knoxville

Children in Knoxville soon will have another playground to enjoy.

More than 200 volunteers worked Friday to put together a permanent play structure at The Muse Knoxville.

The museum teamed up with Blue Cross Blue Shield and Kaboom! for a one-day playground building blitz.

Driver suffers serious injuries in east Knoxville crash

Knoxville police said crews took Kory Miller, 26, to University of Tennessee Medical Center. Officials said Miller is expected to recover.

Officers said they don't know why Miller ran off the road at about 12:30 a.m. Friday. Police said the flatbed tractor trailer was legally parked on the shoulder.

House catches fire in northeast Knoxville

Knoxville firefighters said no one was inside a home in northeast Knoxville when it caught fire early Wednesday morning.

Crews responded to the scene on 122 Ault Street shortly before 5 a.m. Tuesday, according an Knoxville Fire Department release. Firefighters managed to get the the flames under control 10 minutes after they arrived.

Officials said no one was living at the house at the time of the fire.

Investigators are trying to determine how the fire started.