Thomas Reed understands that the story he has to tell exists in a realm far beyond the pale of credulity. He simply asks that people look at the evidence—multiple eyewitness accounts, polygraph tests, readings from Geiger counters and electromagnetic equipment—and scrutinize it with clear eyes and an open mind. Reed says he and his family have been involved in a multigenerational series of UFO abductions, ones that have caught the interest of investigators. Mike Gibson takes a look..
What Knoxville Needs: Better Civic Coordination
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NEWS & VIEWS
Technology Talk Dominates Knox County School Board Races
The Republican presidential primary is getting all the attention for the upcoming March 6 election, as early voting gets underway this week. But while not as high-profile, the three local school board races are swinging into high gear these last few weeks of campaigning. Here's what the candidates have to say about the local education issues they feel are most important, as Cari Wade Gervin reports.
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All Foods Considered
Rose Kennedy reveals her food crushes.
Chronicles of Knoxville Music
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Eye on the Scene
Bonnaroo and Rhythm N' Blooms Announce 2012 Lineups.
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Leonard Cohen's Old Ideas
Video Games: Digital Hackery
Final Fantasy XIII-2
Meet Your BOK 2011 Winner
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