Finishing Up the Foyer

Volunteer Ministry Center is preparing to open its low-barrier shelter for the homeless as a path to permanent housing.

Gearing Up to Govern

Knoxville Mayor-elect Indya Kincannon and her transition team are preparing for her to take office next month.

Urban Vote on Rural Growth

By a razor-thin margin, City Council opted to ease restrictions on development in Knox County’s rural areas.

Avoiding Conflicts

Mayor Madeline Rogero’s husband works for a construction company that’s done work on city projects, but experts say firewalls have blocked any potential ethics violations.

Mapping a Makeover

Chilhowee Park rendering

A master plan to rejuvenate Chilhowee Park & Exhibition Center would result in saying farewell to the Tennessee Valley Fair.

Room to Grow

Madeline Rogero and Glenn Jacobs

With support from county and city leaders, a proposal to reduce restrictions on rural development clears its first hurdle.

Gutting Gun Shows

City County Building

The non-binding resolution doesn’t have the force of law but City Council wants nothing to do with gun shows in public venues.

Disarming Gun Shows

Knoxville leaders and candidates are poised to bar gun shows from Chilhowee Park and other city facilities.

Cameras, Culture and Community

A City Council resolution about police body cams on Tuesday turned into an exploration of a host of issues confronting KPD.