Among other crises, the state has experienced a winter storm and power outage that left 240 residents dead and the recent school shooting incident in Uvalde.
Newsweek has everything you need to know on what is occurring in Knoxville, if there's a power outage and if so how long it's expected to last.
While the state has seen surging demand for electricity, officials don't expect a repeat of last year's historic winter storms.
Heavy snow has caused power outages across upstate New York and left tens of thousands in the dark.
A majority of the island's residents were plunged into darkness after a fire erupted at a power plant.
The 7.3 magnitude quake hit the coast of Fukushima just days after the anniversary of the 9.0 magnitude quake that ravaged the area in 2011.
One of the Big Three and a power company aim to develop bidirectional charging capability for America's electric vehicles.
Although the couple had to rework several aspects of their wedding, they were able to get married by candlelight.
The storm is bringing ice and snow to several regions of the U.S. and has left hundreds of thousands without power in Texas, Ohio, Tennessee and other states.
In February 2021, more than 240 Texans died after the state suffered its worst infrastructure failure in history.
Two people have died, while at least 158,000 were reported to be without power on Monday due to Storm Izzy, according to The Weather Channel.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a "Snow Emergency," leading a number of public agencies to shutter their doors.
"With heavy flooding, downed trees & power lines, multiple streets/lanes of travel are currently closed." the city of Greensboro said.
The city of Mayfield has been left in shambles after a tornado Friday night. Mayfield reported having no running water, natural gas or wastewater management.
Southern California Edison said that 151,253 of their customers are currently under a power shutoff consideration.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee declared a severe weather state of emergency in 14 counties as severe flooding continues throughout the state.
Persistent power outages have forced schools and workplaces to close and sparked concern for those who depend on insulin or oxygen.
Economists said the energy cutbacks could lead to long-term benefits, but the short-term economic disruptions would be substantial.
Fire officials were unclear exactly how the incident occurred, but the ensuing blaze charred several pieces of electrical equipment.
"As we move into those harder-hit areas, the effort to restore customers becomes greater," said Phillip May, chief executive of Entergy Louisiana.
On Monday, energy company Entergy announced that they had restored power to 48 percent of customers in Louisiana.
On Monday, Entergy, an energy company in New Orleans, said that some areas could experiences power outages "for weeks."
NOLA Ready, New Orleans' emergency preparedness campaign, urged residents who evacuated to not return "until further notice."
Ida hit near Port Fourchon, Louisiana, just before noon local time on Sunday, with maximum sustained winds of 150 miles an hour.
"Customers should be prepared for lengthy outages," warned a company official, adding, "Now's the time to prepare with your family."
"Our crews are in the field working hard to get the power back," said public utility Consumers Energy.
More than 850,000 outages were reported statewide as of Thursday morning.
Several storms have hit Michigan over the past week, causing power lines to be downed and roads to be closed amid flooding.
Emergency services officials urged residents of Wisconsin and Illinois to remain indoors as powerful storms battered the region on Tuesday, leaving hundreds of thousands without power.