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.

Slowed by COVID

The pandemic delayed but did not stop a trio of high-profile projects in Knoxville. With the economy reopening, we provide an update.

Council OKs Anti-violence Funding

A pair of donations totaling $200,000 will help launch a United Way effort to support community groups and reboot the Change Center.

Setting the Table

Evetty Satterfield and Betsy Henderson

The school board takes the first steps toward a community discussion of police on campus.

City Budget Approved

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

Going Over the Numbers

With City Council poised to give final approval to next year’s budget, KPD touts its co-responder program in a bid for expansion.

Reconsidering Security

After a rocky start, officials have reached a consensus on reviewing the deployment of city officers in Knox County Schools.