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Three teenagers are now facing felony murder charges for gunning down a man who was bringing dinner home to his family.

In November, Jack Hutchins was shot and killed while getting out of his truck outside his home on Woodbine Avenue in East Knoxville. Hutchins lived with his girlfriend and 8 children they raised together.

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East Knox night club shut down on claims of drug sales, gambling


An East Knoxville night club is closed Thursday after claims of illegal gambling, drug sales and other crimes.

A judge determined that the Bottoms Up Lounge on East Magnolia Street had become a public nuisance.

The state says the club's owner was running an illegal gambling operation, selling drugs and selling alcohol without a permit. There have also been police reports citing several violent incidents dating back to September of last year.

Cranberry Chicken by Donna's Old Town Cafe

Cranberry Glaze

1 can whole berry cranberry sauce

Equal amount Bennett's chili sauce

1 Heaping TBS apricot preserves

1/2 tsp. allspice


Mix all ingredients together in a saucepan and bring to a simmer.

Chicken Breast:

Brown chicken in a skillet with oil. Pour topping over chicken; let simmer 5 minutes more. Serve

Presented by Melissa Graves, Donna's Old Town Cafe

Date: 5/6/2014

 

Fun DIY Mother's Day Crafts

Lindsay Ruggieri from Custom Love Gifts shows us how to make a beautiful gift basket for mom.

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Update: Police name double shooting victims


Update

(WBIR-Knoxville) A spokesman with the Knoxville Police Department released the names of two people who were shot Sunday evening in east Knoxville on Brooks Avenue.

Spokesman Darrell DeBusk says both received injuries that are not life-threatening.

Gary Tate, 37-years-old, of Brooks Avenue was shot in the arm and chest.

A bullet grazed 58-year-old Julia Rice's stomach. She also lives on Brooks Avenue.

Gunman barricaded in Knoxville home taken into custody




Second east Knoxville double-murder victim identified


(WBIR) Knoxville police identified the second victim of an apparent double-murder.

An autopsy Wednesday confirmed the body belonged to Regina Keck, 46.

Officers discovered the bodies of a Keck and Gary Cooley, 56, inside a house on Alma Avenue late Tuesday morning.

Cooley's co-workers at Knox Housing Partnership said they sent someone to check on him when he didn't show up for work. The employee found Cooley's door standing wide-open and called police.