Cameras for Cops

The Kincannon administration has proposed issuing body cameras to city police officers at a cost of $4.2 million over five years.

Setting the Rules

City Council agrees on the process to replace Stephanie Welch in the soon-to-be-vacant 1st District seat.

A Plan for HUD Funds

The City of Knoxville is in the final stages of setting priorities for spending millions of federal housing dollars over the next five years.

Knitting a New Vision

Developers for Standard Knitting Mill pledge to work with the community on mixed-use development.

Corridor Conundrum

The construction of a mixed-use development on Cumberland Avenue could depend on accommodating a segment of an unnamed alley.

Finishing Up the Foyer

Volunteer Ministry Center is preparing to open its low-barrier shelter for the homeless as a path to permanent housing.

High-Tech Transit

The City of Knoxville begins a multimillion-dollar project to make Broadway an Accelerated Bus Corridor.

Setting a New Standard

A South Carolina firm has reached an agreement to buy Standard Knitting Mill for renovation into a mixed-use development.

Museum Exhibit

The public gets a first glimpse of three options for the interactive science museum philanthropist Jim Clayton is planning to build.