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Movies on Market Square: "You've Got Mail"

Movies on Market Square: "You've Got Mail"

Movies on Market Square continues in downtown Knoxville tonight.

The pet-friendly event invites you to bring your four-legged friend down and enjoy the Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan classic "You've Got Mail".

33rd Annual GREEKfest is underway

33rd Annual GREEKfest is underway

Every year the flavors of GreekFest call out to the tastebuds of East Tennesseeans.  This year is no different!

The 33rd annual event is already in full swing at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church on Kingston Pike.  Authentic food, delicious pastries, live music, elaborate costumes and the dancing... all add up to one family favorite event.

More about the food...

UT Faculty Senate wants same-sex benefits; Chancellor's office rejects proposal

UT Faculty Senate wants same-sex benefits; Chancellor's office rejects proposal

Some UT faculty members are unhappy with a response from UT leaders about proposed same-sex marriage benefits.
That issue has come up at colleges and universities across the country, including UT, over the past few decades.

In April, the Faculty Senate approved a draft resolution in support of the school opening its benefits to same-sex couples.
Chancellors Jimmy Cheek and Larry Arrington responded to them Monday afternoon with a brief letter that rejects the proposal.

Golfers hit the green to fight childhood cancer

Golfers hit the green to fight childhood cancer

Dozens of golfers hit the course at Fox Den Country Club to fight childhood cancer during the Annual Butterfly Fund of East Tennessee Golf Tournament.

Four years ago, a member of the 10News team lost his daughter to cancer. In honor of her memory and the memory of another little girl who died, the Butterfly Fund was founded.

Shahid Malik, a doctor from East Tennessee Children's Hospital, said this event raises money for cancer research and bring awareness to childhood cancer.

Project BeanSprout helps babies born with drug addiction

Project BeanSprout helps babies born with drug addiction

Expectant mothers with drug addiction give birth to babies addicted to drugs themselves.

An East Tennessee teen has made it her mission to help these babies.

At East Tennessee Children's Hospital, dim lights comfort crying babies suffering from drug withdrawal. The sights and sounds inspired a teenager to ask what she could do to help these babies.

Walking (or Running) for a Good Cause

Walking (or Running) for a Good Cause

The fall weather is here and that makes running or walking (I'm strictly a walker if you don't know) much more comfortable.  Want to run or walk AND support a great cause at the same time?  You are in luck.  Knoxville has many 5K run/walks in the next few weeks that support great causes.  Here are just a few you can choose from:

Sept 29th - VMC 5K Race and Fun Walk to support the Volunteer Ministry Center

'Seek the Peace of the City' works to build a stronger community

'Seek the Peace of the City' works to build a stronger community

The First Baptist Church of Knoxville gathered in the World's Fair Park for worship and prayer to kick off its three-day event "Seek the Peace of the City."

Its senior pastor Bill Shiel said he hopes this event will help Knoxville build a stronger community.

"'Seek the Peace of the City' is a catalytic event here in the heart of Downtown Knoxville, where we take people of good faith, match them with people of good will and send people out to do good deeds in our city," he said.