About Chloe White Kennedy
BiographyChloe White Kennedy joined the News Sentinel in February 2008 as an online producer. In September 2008, she joined the metro desk as a reporter. Chloe earned both her bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Early intervention key in preventing animal hoarding cases
Published 06/13/2010 at 11:03 p.m.
It is estimated that 250,000 animals are victims of hoarding each year - East Tennessee has seen several serious hoarding cases over the last few months - and officials stress that early intervention is key.
Hoarding a danger to people, animals
Published 06/13/2010 at midnight
East Tennessee has recorded several animal hoarding cases in recent months. Some cats and dogs were saved; dozens more were in such bad shape they had to be euthanized. One home has been condemned, another completely demolished.
Slaying suspect caught in Loudon
Published 06/06/2010 at midnight
A suspect in the killing of a woman who was found dead in her West Knox County apartment Saturday afternoon was apprehended in Loudon County after fleeing from sheriff's deputies and wrecking his pickup truck.
Struggle not finished, feminist leader says
Published 06/05/2010 at midnight
The struggle for equal rights is not over, and there is still more work to be done, Eleanor Smeal, president of the Feminist Majority Foundation and a former president of the National Organization for Women, said Friday during a fundraiser ...
Rally in opposition to immigration law
Published 05/29/2010 at midnight
For Alfredo Herrera, Arizona's new state law aimed at reducing illegal immigration "breaks my heart."
Audit finds UT overbilled, made reporting errors
Published 05/22/2010 at midnight
The University of Tennessee needs "improved review procedures" to prevent errors in the preparation of financial statements, according to an audit released by the state comptroller.
UT trustees say $37 million cut 'disturbing'
Published 05/20/2010 at midnight
The University of Tennessee system faces an estimated reduction of almost $37 million for instruction when federal stimulus funding expires in June 2011 - a prospect that was "disturbing" to members of the board of trustees Wednesday.
UT trustees panel to talk about cutting costs
Published 05/18/2010 at 11 p.m.
As the University of Tennessee system braces for a $100 million shortfall after federal stimulus funding expires in June 2011, a UT Board of Trustees committee will continue discussion today about how to cut costs and be more efficient.
Knox school board hears recommendations from panel about formalizing protocols to perceived threats
Published 05/18/2010 at midnight
Formalizing protocols to assess perceived threats posed by "individuals of concern" was one of several recommendations from a committee charged with reviewing school safety in the wake of a shooting at Inskip Elementary School in February.
University of Tennessee gives Al Gore honorary degree
Published 05/14/2010 at 11:50 p.m.
Former Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore recalled his own Harvard commencement while addressing University of Tennessee graduates Friday.
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