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Raya Quttaineh

WBIR Channel 10

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  • NBC Charlotte

Recent articles by Raya:

'My jaw kind of hit the floor' | UT student speaks out as finding housing remains a concern for many

Having grown up in Knoxville, soon-to-be sophomore Karsten Hoglund is all Vol, but his hopes for a picture-perfect experience at UT recently fell apart. → Read More

Lenoir City coffee shop employing people with disabilities on track to expand

Riverside Coffee Shop utilizes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a scientific-based approach, to teach skills such as money management and nutrition-based cooking. → Read More

'We want to have a good environment here in Knoxville'

According to KUB and the city, it's an ideal option for those who want to support renewable energy but cannot or do not want to install solar in their home. → Read More

'I feel very proud' | Maryville High students step outside the classroom to learn money management skills

Profits from the "Maryville Express" are used to fund other lessons for students, including skills such as learning how to cook and wash clothes. → Read More

'Game days in Athens are pretty crazy' | Businesses near campus prepare for big crowds ahead of Tennessee-Georgia matchup

Businesses around Athens are preparing for big crowds this weekend. → Read More

United in marriage, divided in the stands: Couple cheers on opposing teams ahead of Tennessee vs. Georgia matchup

Although happily united in marriage, Foster and Dottie Arnett are divided in the stands. → Read More

Former Tennessee First Lady "Honey" Alexander has died

According to a statement from her family, Alexander "passed away peacefully" surrounded by her family on October 29 at her home outside Maryville. → Read More

Two people hospitalized following shooting in Greeneville Sunday morning

Greenville police responded to the shooting in the 100 block of Old Asheville Highway. → Read More

One person dead following house fire in Greene County

Crews found the body of 76-year-old Edward Viscardi while responding to the fire after receiving a 911 call. → Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month: East Tennessee woman, medical interpreter working to provide equitable healthcare

After helping Cherokee Health create an official interpretation department, Azaide Labrador-Jimenez now serves as the director of interpretation services. → Read More

KPD: Pedestrian killed after hit by car on Henley Street

The driver was questioned by investigators at the scene. No charges have been filed. → Read More

KPD: Victim identified after burned body found in North Knoxville

Officers and Knoxville Fire Department crews responded to the call Saturday on Watauga Avenue for a reported tire fire. → Read More

"I can't even express how much they mean to us"

Juanita Jackson sews "memory bears" using articles of clothing belonging to people who've passed away. → Read More

Man charged in the abduction of Eliza Fletcher in Memphis

Authorities continue to search for missing 34-year-old Eliza Fletcher. → Read More

KPD: Man found dead inside Taco Bell bathroom

It happened Friday night at the Taco Bell at 8615 Walbrook Drive. → Read More

Halls High School student designs t-shirt to raise money for special events, homecoming

Morgan Holbert turned her "Peace, Love Halls" artwork design into t-shirts that are now being sold online. → Read More

People in Knoxville neighborhood concerned for their safety due to drivers speeding

Neighbors are pushing for traffic calming measures, such as a radar speed sign or more law enforcement presence. → Read More

'It is very brave' | Safe Haven Law allows women to safely surrender newborn baby

Since 2001, 118 babies across Tennessee have been safely surrendered by their mothers. → Read More

Rural Metro Fire: No injuries reported in West Knox County house fire

Rural Metro Fire responders said this is a reminder to properly dispose of rags used in project work. → Read More

A 40-year-tradition: Free swim lessons continue at John Sevier Elementary

Swim Week at John Sevier Elementary School teaches students how to swim as part of the physical education curriculum. → Read More