Clinic Arsonist Identified

Planned Parenthood Fire

The FBI said the same man, who died after his arrest, was responsible for attacks on Planned Parenthood’s clinic and shooting at the federal building.

Emerald’s Experience

Students in a math class at Emerald Academy

As more organizations look to start charter schools in Knox County, we take a look inside the only one currently operating.

PAC Men and Women

PAC Image

Local candidates from both parties benefit from political action committee donations, although with some differences in who’s writing the checks.

Election 2022: Amendment #1

Ava Marlow of Starbucks, Scott Arnwine of Teamsters Local 519 and Joseph Page of SEIU Local 205 at a union meeting Sept. 22.

On November’s ballot, voters will have the chance to add Tennessee’s ‘right to work’ law to the state constitution. Union members and organizers strongly oppose it.

The State of Cannabis

Cannabis products on display at the Holistic Connection

Marijuana is still prohibited in Tennessee. But as a new boutique on Gay Street demonstrates, people are getting high legally anyway.

‘I Couldn’t Bear It’

Door of Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health with sign saying they no longer provide abortions

As abortion becomes illegal in Tennessee from the point of fertilization, three women look back on their own experiences — and look ahead with foreboding.

Triple Play Completed

Gary Loe

A contentious City Council joins County Commission and the Sports Authority in approving a new stadium financing plan.

An Urban Core on the Strip

Jared Schenk and Doug Tichenor

A proposal to build four mixed-use buildings along Cumberland Avenue would add more than 800 residential units to the UT campus area.

Homicide Trends

KPD Lt. Ryan Morrow

After a two-year surge in murders, particularly gun deaths in East Knoxville, the number of homicides in the city has begun to taper off.