Refining the Ride

With the pilot program coming to an end, the city is contemplating changes to shared scooter regulations to address safety and parking concerns.

Statutes and Limitations

Legal questions about the city’s obligation to pay its debts surround an effort to cap Knoxville’s property tax rate.

Power Poll: School Security

A large majority of survey respondents wants to keep armed officers in schools and retain the current mix of agencies responsible for keeping schools safe.

Left, Right and Everything in Between

This year’s Council races will offer voters a range of candidates — some of them well funded, others operating on shoestring budgets — that span the ideological spectrum.

City Budget Approved

Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon’s $383.4 million spending plan emerges unchanged after Council scrutiny.

Slicing the Pie

The Kincannon administration opened three days of budget hearings on Tuesday to help sort out next year’s spending plan.

Looking for Answers

The city is adopting new strategies to fill gaps in the services provided to help the homeless population off the streets and into housing.

Covering the ‘Last Mile’

Amazon’s planned delivery station will be the last stop in the supply chain before orders arrive at customers’ doorsteps in Knoxville.

Assembling the Field

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Partisan politics and ideological principles undergird candidate recruiting efforts for City Council races in this year’s election.