Shannon Smith, WBIR Channel 10

Shannon Smith

WBIR Channel 10

Knoxville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Shannon:

Miss Olivia's Table closing after nearly 20 years

People came to the Maryville restaurant for years for the food and atmosphere and stayed for Miss Olivia. → Read More

Buc-ee's opens first Tennessee location in Crossville

Hundreds of people came from across the state for the grand opening of Buc-ee's 50th location. → Read More

Maryville athlete brings two Special Olympic powerlifting medals home to East Tennessee

Brad Davis said his favorite sport is skiing, but powerlifting is a close second. It's in powerlifting that he now has two national Special Olympics medals. → Read More

Twirling camp trains baton twirlers of all ages to be future UT Majorettes

Baton twirling takes a lot of skill, stamina, balance, and hand-eye coordination, all of which are learned at UT's Twirling Camp. → Read More

North Knoxville tea shop holds treasure trove of 1982 World's Fair memorabilia

Tonya Rea's Teas and Remedies is the only tea shop of its kind in Knoxville with a focus on herbalism. They also have a bunch of stuff from the 1982 World's Fair. → Read More

Splash, fly, go inside | Lessons from Zoo Knoxville animals about how to beat the heat

Otters swim in their pool. Elephants get hosed down. Sloths stay out of the sun. These are all great ways to deal with the triple-digit temperatures this week. → Read More

Foster a pet and help them find their forever home during National Foster a Pet Month

June is National Foster a Pet Month, and East Tennessee's animal shelters are always looking for more foster volunteers! → Read More

'Give me a sign' | Meet the man behind every street sign in Knoxville

Keith Black makes an average of 8,000 street and traffic signs a year for Knoxville. So, next time a sign helps you find your way, make sure to thank him. → Read More

'I just love poetry' | Meet Knoxville's first Youth Poet Laureate

Melody Dalili is still freaking out about the fact that she's the first person to ever hold this title. Also, she loves sharks. → Read More

UT grad wants to help teens in foster care after her own experience

Reagan Dodson entered the foster care system as a teenager and decided to pursue social work in college. Now, she wants to help kids like her. → Read More

Ever wonder what people ate in the 1820s? You can taste it for yourself at Blount Mansion

Have you ever thought about what food was served to the South’s finest mouths hundreds of years ago? Find the answers at a special dinner at Blount Mansion. → Read More

Ijams opens new 5-acre natural playground

This isn't your average run-of-the-mill playground. The Nature Playscape is really just a bunch of rocks, logs, and mud that make imagination part of the fun. → Read More

Help Central High School win $50,000 by voting for these cool shoes

The 2022 Vans Custom Culture Contest will give $50,000 to whichever school designs the best shoes around specific themes, and hometown pride. → Read More

Let's dance! UT students showcase their best moves at International Dance Competition

Cultures collide in a colorful and exciting way this week on UT's campus as students, faculty and staff compete in dance styles from around the world. → Read More

Oak Ridge teen to compete at trampoline tumbling World Cup

Xavier Harper loves to do flips. He's also really good at it and has the medals to prove it. → Read More

Patsy Cine's iconic wardrobe comes to life in musical production at the Clarence Brown Theatre

The University of Tennessee campus is the place to be if you love fashion, costume design, and the style and songs of Patsy Cline. → Read More

Free dance classes for people with Parkinson's disease, other movement disorders, in Knoxville

People living with any movement disorders are welcome to come out twice a week for free dance classes organized by PJ Parkinson's at Dancers Studio in Knoxville. → Read More

Knoxville students' LEGO robot competes on international stage

You've never seen LEGO bricks used like this before. → Read More

Cosby school, teacher's home get makeovers on new HGTV show

Cosby Elementary School has a new multi-sport court, outdoor pavilion, and sports storage building all thanks to a grant from Lowe's and a new HGTV show. → Read More

East Tennessee woman teaches millions to cook from her New Tazewell kitchen

Becky Walker has more than 600,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel 'The Hillbilly Kitchen,' with some videos surpassing 2 million views. → Read More