Damage Control

Mayor Rogero and Chief Thomas address an Internal Affairs investigation into lewd behavior in the KPD ranks and alleged inaction by supervisors.

Recode Clears First Hurdle

After four hours of revisions, City Council approved the proposed new zoning ordinance on first reading.

Make Money, Not Trouble

Knoxville City Council loosens some restrictions on home businesses while focusing on neighborhood impacts.

ADUs Survive Recode Revisions

City Council left accessory dwelling units in Recode Knoxville during a meeting lasting more than nine hours on Thursday.

Done Deal (Almost)

Physicians Regional Medical Center in North Knoxville.

City Council approved the purchase of the former St. Mary’s Hospital, though closing won’t happen for months.

State of the City in 2019

Mayor Madeline Rogero will unveil her final budget proposal today and likely will announce a solidified agreement on a new safety services complex.

Trading Places?

Safety Building site

The Clayton Family Foundation is keeping its options open for the location of a new interactive science museum in Knoxville.

Sign of Contention

Residents and public officials clash over wording of a new sign on Magnolia Avenue, with racial history looming in the background.

Crossing the River

The Rogero administration and Knoxville Area Transit are contemplating extending the city’s free trolley service to the South Waterfront.