A new report from the Health Department details the increased use of naloxone to reverse overdoses and provide second chances.
During a marathon hearing on Tuesday, City Council members dove into Mayor Indya Kincannon’s proposed $432.9 million spending plan.
Clinic Arsonist Identified
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.
A Compensation Conversation
Council hears details of a proposed new pay structure for city employees that would increase wages and salaries across the board.
Pumping Up Paychecks
City employees would see significant pay increases under a Kincannon administration proposal.
Questions and Ashes
WRS Inc. plans to move forward with redeveloping the historic Standard Knitting Mill amid calls for greater security for vacant buildings.
After taking a $20 million hit from COVID-19, the city’s new public safety complex is on schedule to open in the fall.
KFD: Clinic Fire Deemed Arson
Planned Parenthood vows to continue providing services to East Tennessee women as investigators search for suspects.
Slicing the Pie
The Kincannon administration opened three days of budget hearings on Tuesday to help sort out next year’s spending plan.
Dialing a Deal
The E-911 Center will pay renovation costs for a new backup emergency dispatch operation at the city’s new public safety complex.
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