KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Police Department is looking for the suspect in a fatal hit and run that left one man dead and one woman seriously injured. It happened at 2:52 Sunday morning on the Gay Street Bridge in Downtown Knoxville. Police say the man and woman were standing on the side of the road when they were hit by an SUV. The man died on scene and the woman was taken to the UT Medical Center with serious injuries.
KNOXVILLE - An intersection of Northshore Drive is temporarily closed after a car ran into a pole. It happened early Saturday morning at the intersection of Northshore Drive and Northshore Hills Boulevard. The Lenoir City Utility Board says the intersection will be closed for four or five hours while they replace the pole. It should reopen around 9 a.m.No word on the condition of the driver. Knoxville Police do not believe they suffered any serious injuries.
KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Police Department will close 17th street on Saturday morning starting at 6 a.m. ahead of planned demonstrations. The closure will be from Cumberland Avenue to Highland Avenue. Side streets connecting in that stretch of 17th will also be blocked. Temporary no-parking zones were posted along adjoining streets earlier in the week. However, dozens of cars in the Fort area were towed Saturday morning. The department tweeted out this video with an impound number.
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