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Thought for America Recycles Day: What Researchers Found in the TN River

Today is America Recycles Day, and here’s a discovery that could encourage more of us to put our plastics in the recycling bin instead of the garbage can... Researchers with the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute say they’ve found the Tennessee River contains staggering levels of microplastic pollution , possibily due to littering and landfills. A German chemistry professor, Dr. Andreas Fath, partnered with local scientists to gather water samples all along the river. His method of

2 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Thought for America Recycles Day: What Researchers Found in the TN River

Sierra Hull, Chuck Mead & Many More Americana Artists at 11/17 Cumberland Trail Benefit

The Crossing the Cumberlands concert is coming up November 17 at the Tivoli with around 30 Americana artists performing. It’s a benefit for the development of the Cumberland Trail and the protection of the natural resources along the 300-mile corridor. Bob Fulcher joins us to talk about it. He’s the Park Manager of the Cumberland State Scenic Trail, and he’s very knowledgeable about the music of this region. Fulcher is a folklorist who started the groundbreaking Tennessee State Parks Folklife

11 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Sierra Hull, Chuck Mead & Many More Americana Artists at 11/17 Cumberland Trail Benefit

Hamilton County Leading Tennessee in Strong Economic Growth, According to UT Report

Tennessee’s economy shows continued growth, especially in Hamilton County, according the Secretary of State’s new report released for the third quarter of this year. Dr. William Fox speaks with us about it. He directs the University of Tennessee’s Boyd Center for Business & Economic Research, which prepared the report.

2 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Hamilton County Leading Tennessee in Strong Economic Growth, According to UT Report

Forward Thinking: Chattanooga Design Studio Surveying How Pedestrians Use Innovation District

Later this week, if you’re walking through downtown Chattanooga’s Innovation District, someone might be watching you to see how you’re using the space. The Chattanooga Design Studio is putting out a call for volunteers: people to help survey which corridors and blocks might need more park benches, or other features to help Chattanoogans better use and enjoy this part of the city. Eric Myers is the Chattanooga Design Studio’s Executive Director. “What we say is that we know a lot about the public

1 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Forward Thinking: Chattanooga Design Studio Surveying How Pedestrians Use Innovation District

November Is Epilepsy Awareness Month

WUTC’s Richard Norwood speaks with Shawnessy Cargile, Educator for the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee.

6 MIN2018 NOV 10
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November Is Epilepsy Awareness Month

Election Roundup: For Some Local Candidates, Healthcare Wasn’t Just an Issue—It Was a Profession

A pediatrician, a family physician, and two nurses were among the candidates on various Hamilton County ballots during the midterm elections, and their experiences informed their ideas on increasing Tennessee residents’ access to healthcare.

2 MIN2018 NOV 9
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Election Roundup: For Some Local Candidates, Healthcare Wasn’t Just an Issue—It Was a Profession

At UTC, Haslam Touts a Jobs Task Force for People with Disabilities

Governor Bill Haslam visited the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to see how the state’s Employment First Task Force is creating opportunities on campus. The task force helps people with intellectual, development and other disabilities get jobs. It started five years ago with an executive order Haslam signed. UTC and Orange Grove have a program called Orange Grove University, which provides jobs to such people through the campus food services vendor Aramark. Statewide, the employment rate

3 MIN2018 NOV 9
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At UTC, Haslam Touts a Jobs Task Force for People with Disabilities

Confederate Monument Controversy, Other Topics Coming up at UTC’s Civil War Symposium

Dr. David Sachsman joins us to talk about the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s 26 th annual Symposium on the 19 th -Century Press, the Civil War and Free Expression.

6 MIN2018 NOV 8
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Confederate Monument Controversy, Other Topics Coming up at UTC’s Civil War Symposium

Republicans Win 8 of 9 Partisan Races on Hamilton County Ballots

Yusuf Hakeem was the only winning Democrat in various Hamilton County elections Tuesday. He replaces Tennessee State House District 28 Representative JoAnne Favors, also a Democrat, who is retiring.

3 MIN2018 NOV 8
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Republicans Win 8 of 9 Partisan Races on Hamilton County Ballots

‘Dracul’ Co-Author Dacre Stoker Explains His Family’s ‘Stake’ in the Dracula Legacy

The world’s most famous vampire novel was published in 1897, and since then, countless authors and screenwriters have created their own versions of Dracula. But author Dacre Stoker has a unique perspective on it. He’s the great-grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, who wrote Dracula. “We’re very proud of Bram,” he says about his family. “We kind of have a stake in reminding people who the author was. Everybody knows Dracula. They don’t know Bram.” In 2009, Dacre co-wrote a sequel to the original. Now his

13 MIN2018 NOV 8
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‘Dracul’ Co-Author Dacre Stoker Explains His Family’s ‘Stake’ in the Dracula Legacy

Latest Episodes

Thought for America Recycles Day: What Researchers Found in the TN River

Today is America Recycles Day, and here’s a discovery that could encourage more of us to put our plastics in the recycling bin instead of the garbage can... Researchers with the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute say they’ve found the Tennessee River contains staggering levels of microplastic pollution , possibily due to littering and landfills. A German chemistry professor, Dr. Andreas Fath, partnered with local scientists to gather water samples all along the river. His method of

2 MIN2018 NOV 16
Comments
Thought for America Recycles Day: What Researchers Found in the TN River

Sierra Hull, Chuck Mead & Many More Americana Artists at 11/17 Cumberland Trail Benefit

The Crossing the Cumberlands concert is coming up November 17 at the Tivoli with around 30 Americana artists performing. It’s a benefit for the development of the Cumberland Trail and the protection of the natural resources along the 300-mile corridor. Bob Fulcher joins us to talk about it. He’s the Park Manager of the Cumberland State Scenic Trail, and he’s very knowledgeable about the music of this region. Fulcher is a folklorist who started the groundbreaking Tennessee State Parks Folklife

11 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Sierra Hull, Chuck Mead & Many More Americana Artists at 11/17 Cumberland Trail Benefit

Hamilton County Leading Tennessee in Strong Economic Growth, According to UT Report

Tennessee’s economy shows continued growth, especially in Hamilton County, according the Secretary of State’s new report released for the third quarter of this year. Dr. William Fox speaks with us about it. He directs the University of Tennessee’s Boyd Center for Business & Economic Research, which prepared the report.

2 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Hamilton County Leading Tennessee in Strong Economic Growth, According to UT Report

Forward Thinking: Chattanooga Design Studio Surveying How Pedestrians Use Innovation District

Later this week, if you’re walking through downtown Chattanooga’s Innovation District, someone might be watching you to see how you’re using the space. The Chattanooga Design Studio is putting out a call for volunteers: people to help survey which corridors and blocks might need more park benches, or other features to help Chattanoogans better use and enjoy this part of the city. Eric Myers is the Chattanooga Design Studio’s Executive Director. “What we say is that we know a lot about the public

1 MIN2018 NOV 14
Comments
Forward Thinking: Chattanooga Design Studio Surveying How Pedestrians Use Innovation District

November Is Epilepsy Awareness Month

WUTC’s Richard Norwood speaks with Shawnessy Cargile, Educator for the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee.

6 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
November Is Epilepsy Awareness Month

Election Roundup: For Some Local Candidates, Healthcare Wasn’t Just an Issue—It Was a Profession

A pediatrician, a family physician, and two nurses were among the candidates on various Hamilton County ballots during the midterm elections, and their experiences informed their ideas on increasing Tennessee residents’ access to healthcare.

2 MIN2018 NOV 9
Comments
Election Roundup: For Some Local Candidates, Healthcare Wasn’t Just an Issue—It Was a Profession

At UTC, Haslam Touts a Jobs Task Force for People with Disabilities

Governor Bill Haslam visited the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to see how the state’s Employment First Task Force is creating opportunities on campus. The task force helps people with intellectual, development and other disabilities get jobs. It started five years ago with an executive order Haslam signed. UTC and Orange Grove have a program called Orange Grove University, which provides jobs to such people through the campus food services vendor Aramark. Statewide, the employment rate

3 MIN2018 NOV 9
Comments
At UTC, Haslam Touts a Jobs Task Force for People with Disabilities

Confederate Monument Controversy, Other Topics Coming up at UTC’s Civil War Symposium

Dr. David Sachsman joins us to talk about the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s 26 th annual Symposium on the 19 th -Century Press, the Civil War and Free Expression.

6 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
Confederate Monument Controversy, Other Topics Coming up at UTC’s Civil War Symposium

Republicans Win 8 of 9 Partisan Races on Hamilton County Ballots

Yusuf Hakeem was the only winning Democrat in various Hamilton County elections Tuesday. He replaces Tennessee State House District 28 Representative JoAnne Favors, also a Democrat, who is retiring.

3 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
Republicans Win 8 of 9 Partisan Races on Hamilton County Ballots

‘Dracul’ Co-Author Dacre Stoker Explains His Family’s ‘Stake’ in the Dracula Legacy

The world’s most famous vampire novel was published in 1897, and since then, countless authors and screenwriters have created their own versions of Dracula. But author Dacre Stoker has a unique perspective on it. He’s the great-grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, who wrote Dracula. “We’re very proud of Bram,” he says about his family. “We kind of have a stake in reminding people who the author was. Everybody knows Dracula. They don’t know Bram.” In 2009, Dacre co-wrote a sequel to the original. Now his

13 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
‘Dracul’ Co-Author Dacre Stoker Explains His Family’s ‘Stake’ in the Dracula Legacy
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