Policy Appraisal

The city will launch a review of its anti-racism and anti-sexism policies, but without the goal of requiring a zero-tolerance system.

City United on Cities United

Council unanimously approves a contract with a national association of municipalities to build an anti-violence infrastructure.

Setting It in Stone

A proposal is in the works to turn the city’s spending policies on affordable housing into a legally binding commitment.

Opposing Lineups

A special sales-tax district could help pay for a new baseball stadium, but at least one City Council member doesn’t want to play ball.

Knox COVID-19 Cases Soar

The Health Department begs the public to take precautions as City Council moves against scofflaw drinking establishments.

KUB Reforms Proposed

City Council will begin discussions today on a possible charter amendment to change the way the Knoxville Utilities Board is governed.

Together Again?

With Knox County moving into the next phase of its pandemic response, public officials are looking forward to a return to in-person meetings.

Council OKs Budget

Mayor Indya Kincannon’s spending plan got green-lighted despite questions from one Council member about priorities.

Against the Grain

Amelia Parker

Council starts budget deliberations on Tuesday with newcomer Amelia Parker ready to challenge assumptions.

Council’s New Faces

Amelia Parker

With wins by three women, including the first black candidate ever elected to a citywide office, the new City Council will be the most diverse in Knoxville history.