Knoxville city officials say work on the stretch of road known locally as “the Strip” could begin by the first of June. The Strip runs along the northern edge of the University of Tennessee campus between 16th Street and 22nd Street.
The U.S. formally established diplomatic relations with Pakistan on October 20, 1947. The ties formed in the dying throes of the British Empire have been tested heavily over the ensuing six decades, from the Cold War to the challenges of the war on terror. The result is an uneasy alliance between the two nations, one that has been both dysfunctional and beneficial through the years.
Following the ousting of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, Russian troops are dispersed throughout the region of Crimea, an autonomous southern region of Ukraine. As members of NATO meet, WUOT's Chrissy Keuper sits down with Curtis Bell to put the developing situation in Ukraine in perspective. Bell teaches political science at the University of Tennessee, focusing on international relations, civil war, and state failure…
The agency that oversees the 54 locations within the Tennessee State Parks system is exploring the possibility of turning over some functions to private corporations. Officials with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) said the research is preliminary, but word of the project is ruffling feathers within a group that represents state employees.
On Sunday, March 9, there's a good chance you'll wake up feeling a little jetlagged. And for good reason - without the aid of a flux capacitor, you'll have traveled one hour into the future, thanks to daylight saving time. University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences dean Teresa Lee speaks with Brandon Hollingsworth about the mental and physical effects of the twice-yearly time shift.
Then, Matt Shafer Powell finds out how the new LED lights illuminating Thompson-Boling Arena are breaking new ground for sports facilities.