We often hear about how low Knoxville's unemployment rate is, but that's only half the story. While skilled laborers enjoy a hot job market, white collar professionals are facing shrinking opportunities. Mike Gibson talks to local employment experts and workers to find the reasons behind this paradox.
Knoxville may have the reputation of being in the "Bible Belt," with a predominance of conservative Baptist churches, but it is also home to a number of liberal, Christianity-based congregations. Bill Dockery examines what makes these churches different, and airs out the liberal vs. conservative label among their clergy.
Gloria Ray is a hometown hero you don't often hear about. But as president and CEO of the Knoxville Sports Corporation, whe has made Knoxville th ehome of world-class sporting events. Betty Bean reveals the trails Ray has blazed, and the trophy Ray hopes to land -- the women's basketball hall of fame.
You know what they say about winners... What's that? You don't? Well then, read up! All we did was provide the categories and the scratch paper -- you, our valued readers, did the rest. From choirs to bowling alleys to hot dogs, find out who rules in Knoxville.