Kelsey Pape, WBIR Channel 10

Kelsey Pape

WBIR Channel 10

Knoxville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Kelsey:

25 Days of Giving: East Tennessee Technology Access Center

The East Tennessee Technology Access Center aims to make the holidays a little brighter for kids with disabilities. → Read More

25 days of giving: Stockings From US

A Marine mom has taken it upon herself to ensure those in the military see a little piece of home over the holidays. → Read More

Experts: Exercise is a top way to reduce stress

44 percent of Americans say they feel more stressed today than they did five years ago. In turn, it's becoming one of the main causes of illness. → Read More

#10Halloween: Easy and inexpensive last minute costumes

With Halloween just a day away, the pressure to figure out what to wear is rising. But finding the perfect costume doesn't have to be stressful or even expensive. → Read More

'Dress for Success' held at Vine Middle School

(WBIR-Knoxville) You may have heard the terms: 'Dress for Success'. It's typically said prior to a job interview or maybe for your first day of work → Read More

Countdown to Kickoff: Traffic, transportation, and parking

Orange seems to be the color of choice for many East Tennesseeans. But this weekend, fans won't just been seeing it just because of the Vols season opener. It will be seen around campus and all over the sides of the road. → Read More

Countdown to Kickoff: Tailgating Tips

A look at tailgating safety tips before UT's home opener against the Oklahoma Sooners → Read More

Gender-neutral pronouns criticized by lawmakers, encouraged at UT

The University of Tennessee is making a clarification on statements referring to gender-neutral language. → Read More

Back to School: Signs of bullying

Law enforcement says social media has changed the game when it comes to bullying. Now it not only happens in school, but it can follow your child home. → Read More

Verizon donating iPads for Bearden & Carter middle school students

Bearden Middle School and Carter Middle School have been selected to participate in the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools program, which is directed by Digital Promise. → Read More

One year later: Claiborne County tornado

One year ago, an EF-3 tornado ripped through a small Claiborne County town, destroying everything in its path and displacing families for months. → Read More

THP trying new ways to enforce distracted driving

Tennessee is experiencing record breaking numbers when it comes to distracted driving accidents. → Read More

Local experts react as Obama orders flags to fly at half-staff

(WBIR) It's been nearly a week since those four marines and a sailor were gunned down and killed at their offices in Chattanooga. A broken community → Read More

THP software helps predict traffic crashes

(WBIR-Knoxville) Troopers across the state are using a revolutionary, life-saving tool and it's all at their fingertips. The Tennessee Highway Patrol → Read More

SmartBank CEO talks after robbery, kidnapping

SmartBank President and CEO is speaking about how the situation was handled and the security measures in place. → Read More

Seersucker Day raises money for child abuse prevention

(WBIR-Knoxville) More than 9 million children have been impacted by Childhelp and that number continued to grow on Thursday. The non-profit → Read More

Baby gorillas make first public appearance

(WBIR-Knoxville) Until last week, it had been years since a gorilla was born in captivity in Tennessee. In fact, one had never been born at the → Read More

Historic Knoxville National Cemetery a testament to Memorial Day

(WBIR- Knoxville) Thousands of our nation's heroes are buried in the 131 national cemeteries throughout the country. Some of the most recognized are → Read More

School administrator charged with DUI after field trip

A Sevier County school administrator is facing a DUI charge after authorities say she drove 14 children to a swimming party in Maryville while intoxicated. → Read More

Family considers stolen generator a 'life support system'

A generator serves as more than just a source of electricity for a Loudon County family. → Read More