Three candidates are vying to replace the term-limited Charles Busler as the representative for Halls, Powell and Heiskell.
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.
The Kincannon/Mannis Divide
Summing up: The city’s mayoral candidates have similar policy stances but different styles.
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
Knoxville could make Tennessee history by electing the state’s first openly gay mayor, but nobody wants to talk about it.
Candidates for city offices weigh in on consultants’ recommendations for Chilhowee Park and the future of the Tennessee Valley Fair.
Candidates Make a Late Pitch
City Council hopefuls made their case at a forum held just prior to the beginning of early voting in the municipal election.
Recode: Deploy or Delay?
The city’s mayoral candidates take different tacks on how they would implement the new zoning ordinance after taking office.
The two candidates for mayor have similar visions for KPD, but differ on how to best accomplish community policing.
Mannis and Kincannon Move On
In the contest to replace term-limited Mayor Madeline Rogero, Knoxvillians will choose between a businessman and a former school board chair.
Turnout Tea Leaves
A record early vote total in the city primary for a new mayor is still just 11 percent of Knoxville’s voters.