Knoxville Police Department officer Thomas Clinton takes David Wolfenbarger into custody as his pregnant girlfriend, Terri Marley, kisses him goodbye. Wolfenbarger was found to have an outstanding warrant while Clinton was checking on the homeless couple, sleeping in the stairwell of an abandoned commercial property.
A Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper orders a protester to stop using a megaphone during the "Women's March on Nashville" Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, at the State Capitol. The protesters were making their voices heard at the opening of the 109th General Assembly in response to the ratification of Amendment One in November, which added language to the Tennessee Constitution giving legislators the power to place restrictions on abortions.
Jeremy Masey and his son Xavier of Atlanta, GA stop at the Gen. Neyland statue outside of Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on the University of Tennessee campus on a football gameday.
A man waves the American flag after completing a naturalization ceremony at the City County building to gain citizenship, in downtown Knoxville.
Tom and Sue Wright stand in line for some food while taking a break from their portrayal of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln.
Tonka and Edie, Zoo Knoxville African elephants, were introduced for social companionship in May of 2018.
A little brown bat is swabbed during a white nose syndrome study at New Mammoth Cave near LaFollette, Tenn.
Wartburg suffers a 71-43 loss to Perry County in the state quarterfinals game in Murfreesboro, TN.
A rainy day in Knoxville, as a downtown commuter walks past the Oarsman, a sculpture of a man in a row boat, half sunk into the brick sidewalk, which was created by David L Phelps.
Twelve year-old Kendra Sellers greets her Black Angus "Lady" at the family barn after school on Aug. 18, 2015. Kendra is preparing to show the cow in the 4-H open beef show competition at the Tennessee Valley Fair, one of ten shows she competes in each year.
Families work in the Lonsdale community garden, growing a variety of vegetables for many of the migrant families in the small neighborhood.
Seven year-old Jesse Winger of Monroe County waits with his father Jason Winger (not pictured) as volunteers stand guard outside of the Armed Forces Career Center in Alcoa
President Barack Obama visits the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Chattanooga, TN.
University of Tennessee cornerback Eric Berry (14) greets a fan after the 56-28 win over Memphis at Neyland Stadium.
Dale Mackey, left, and her husband Shawn Poynter outside of their home in north Knoxville. The couple rents out space in their home through the Airbnb.com website.
Barbara Bowers helps her husband Ted Bowers out of the car as they return home from a doctors appointment in Knoxville, Tenn.
Mike Tucker, left, sits with Henry Cardwell, center, and Deangelo Cardwell, right for a meal at The Lunch House in the historic Burlington neighborhood of east Knoxville, July 13, 2016.
Justin Kyte assesses the bathroom for changes as his wife Melanie Kyte operates her wheelchair in Maryville in April. Melanie suffers from Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Patricia Neal therapists conducted a home visit to help the family see where they might need to make adjustments when she returns home. One suggestion was to remove the sink in the bathroom completely.
Scenes from the cross country regional championship meets at Victor Ashe Park in Knoxville. Qualifiers will move on to compete in state championships.
Tennessee wide receiver Pig Howard (2) hits the ground next to Missouri quarterback Marvin Zanders (1) during their college football game at Neyland Stadium, Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 in Knoxville, TN.
University of Tennessee football player RaShaan Gaulden is stopped by a Knoxville Police Department K-9 dog during a training exercise at the Phil E. Keith Training Center, Friday, June 20, 2014. Players were able to spend the afternoon experiencing aspects of an officers job.
The Lexington team piles on the pitchers mound as Gibbs player Nathan Lynn tosses his helmet, leaving second base. Gibbs High School baseball team lost the state championship game 5-4.
Sean Ward, left, talks with Carl Williams with the Community Action Committee REACH program which helps the chronically homeless in Knoxville, Tenn. Ward has been living outdoors for two years.
Allison Patterson, 28, and her 5 week-old son Isaiah are new to the Great Starts program, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. The Helen Ross McNabb program provides residential treatment, integrating substance abuse and mental health treatment services for pregnant and parenting women.
Knoxville Zoo Western Lowland gorilla Hope tends to her six day old newborn Wednesday June 3, 2015. Another female gorilla, Machi, gave birth to the second baby gorilla born at the Zoo in the past week.
A young guest is introduced to male giraffe Jumbe at Zoo Knoxville at the feeding platform.
A crew cleans the windows on the Sunsphere Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 in Knoxville, TN. The 74 foot gold-colored glass sphere served as a symbol for the 1982 World's Fair. The Sunsphere has 360 glass panes, covering about 14,000 square feet.