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Development near downtown paying off for new businesses


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(WBIR-Knoxville) Development near Downtown Knoxville is bringing more traffic to the area.

It has been six months since at least two new businesses opened near the Old City.

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Pedestrian hit admits paying attention to phone, not traffic


A Kingston woman admits she was on her phone and not watching the road when she was hit by a car near the UT campus on Tuesday morning.

According to Knoxville Police, the accident happened at 6:39 am on 22nd Street near White Avenue. The 21-year-old driver of a Honda Accord came over a hill and struck a 53-year-old woman who was crossing the road.

Buddy Walk highlights those who would benefit from ABLE Act


(WBIR - Knoxville) More than 1,000 people came out for the Knoxville Buddy Walk at World's Fair Park on Sunday afternoon.

The walk celebrates people with down syndrome while raising awareness.

Couple brings pit bulls downtown to help inform


(WBIR) An East Tennessee couple is spending part of their Wednesdays in downtown Knoxville raising awareness for pit bulls.

Tony Radar and his wife Lauren said they brought Lucie the pit bull from Young Williams to Market Square on Wednesday to help inform the public. October is pit bull awareness month.

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Crews clear accident blocking I-275 N. exit ramp



Update 3:45 pm:

Crews cleared a crash on I-40 westbound that initially blocked the I-275 N. exit ramp for Lexington.


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A crash involving several cars on I-40 westbound has blocked the I-275 N. exit ramp for Lexington.

The crash happened at about 2:20 p.m. at Exit 387A.

East Tennessee health professionals prepare for Ebola


Car hits student in front of Neyland Stadium


A car hit a student in front of Neyland Stadium on Monday morning, according to a University of Tennessee police officer.

Police said the woman was in the crosswalk at Peyton Manning Pass and Phillip Fulmer Way when a car hit her at about 7:50 a.m.

Crews took the woman to UT Medical Center, and her condition isn't known at this time.

A UT police officer said the driver wasn't hurt. Officials said the driver won't face any criminal charges.