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About: knoxville, tennessee

The city becomes awash in a sea of Orange on game day as the University of Tennessee's sports teams dominate the local area. The city was home to many Marble quarries and many buildings like the National Gallery of Art in DC were made with Knoxville marble. The local University drives the economy however there are several Dept. of Energy facilities in the area as well as the nation Transportation Research Center.

Population: 183546
Local Newspapers: Knoxville News Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Tennessee Smokies (Double A Baseball) University of Tennessee (Volunteers)
Local Colleges: University of Tennessee

Zip Codes associated with knoxville, tennessee: 37902 37909 37912 37914 37915 37916 37917 37918 37919 37920 37921 37922 37923 37924 37929 37931 37932 37934 37938
Towns/Cities near knoxville, tennessee : Rockford Emory Place Fort Sanders Beaumont Mascot Louisville Alcoa Clinton Seymour

Knoxville News
Anderson Co. church congregation holds interfaith talk, calls for 'no hate'

A church congregation in Anderson County took a stance against white nationalist groups like the Traditionalist Worker Group that spoke at UT campus on Saturday. The Oak Ridge Interfaith Partnership host a few speakers to talk about unity among the community, and how there is no room for hate.

When others doubt; Maryville family holds to faith and hope as son recovers

Tim Cummings fist bumps his son Jonathan who doctors said would never be able to move from the neck down after an aneurysm caused him to have a stroke. From left, Timmy Cummings, Tanja Cox, Tim Cummings, Jonathan Cummings and Kelly Cummings with Jonathan who had an aneurysm that caused a stroke.

Tickets on sale now for 8th annual Friends of Literacy Bachelor Auction

The event will take place Friday, March 2nd, from 6:30 p.m. until 10, at the Mill & Mine located at 227 West Depot Avenue. The Friends of Literacy discovered Knoxville best looking, well-versed and multi-talented men.

Students, teachers at UT spread message of love and unity

"In my ideal world, the campus would be a complete ghost town on Saturday," said German associate professor Daniel Magilow. "I know that's not a realistic viewpoint because again we live in a media-saturated world with print, TV, and social media in particular.

Doug Overbey formally sworn in as U.S. attorney

Doug Overbey takes the oath of ofice as his wife, Kay Overbey, stands at his side during Friday's investiture ceremony at U.S. District Court in Knoxville. Doug Overbey listens to speakers Friday afternoon before being sworn in as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee during an investiture ceremony at U.S. District Court in Knoxville.

Chase leads to recovery of stolen SUV

Reports of a man harassing people at a restaurant on Central Avenue Pike led to an arrest and the recovery of a stolen SUV. A Knoxville police officer responded to the restaurant, where witnesses provided him with a description of the suspect's vehicle.

Knoxville customers voice concerns to TVA board members

More than 30 people across the state traveled to Chattanooga on Friday to speak during TVA's board meeting. Some are upset about their high utility bills and want answers.

Former Pilot president to remain under house arrest until June sentencing

The former president of Pilot Flying J can remain free while he awaits sentencing on fraud and witness tampering charges, a U.S. magistrate judge ruled Friday. Mark Hazelwood is a flight risk, but steps can be taken to ensure he goes to court for sentencing on June 27 and doesn't flee Tennessee, U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Guyton said.

Fill a Ford for the Ronald McDonald HouseFriday, February...

The Knox County Farm Bureau Women's Group is conducting a "Fill-A- Ford" food drive to benefit our local Ronald McDonald House in Knoxville on Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Food City Store #687 at 2712 Loves Creek Road, Knoxville, TN 37924. It's at the corner of Loves Creek and Millertown Pike.

Free Flu Shot FridayFriday, February 16Get a flu shot! The Tennessee...

Get a flu shot! The Tennessee Department of Health is encouraging all Tennesseans who have not yet received one, to get a shot as soon as possible. Health experts say seasonal influenza remains widespread across the state.

2 men arrested, charged with firing guns in Knoxville city park

Two men were arrested Thursday after Knoxville police sad they fired guns in a city park and then ran from officers. Tiffyn Sharp, 26, is charged with reckless endangerment, evading arrest, unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and cocaine possession.

Verdict reached in Pilot Flying J fraud trial

A federal jury has found the former president of Pilot Flying J guilty of wire fraud, conspiracy to commit mail/wire fraud and witness tampering in connection to a multimillion-dollar scheme to cheat some trucking customers out of promised fuel rebates. Mark Hazelwood, the former company president, was found guilty on three of the four charges against him.

Report: Chris Weinke expected to join Tennessee's staff as running backs coach

Chris Weinke is expected to become the next running backs coach at Tennessee, according to 247 Sports . Weinke's name immediately came to the surface after Robert Gillespie's sudden exit on Monday.

All You Need is Love: Singer-songwriter Erick Baker brings his family into the loving embrace of his art

Erick Baker takes a bow in front of a sold-out Bijou Theatre audience in 2017. He returns to the venue this weekend.

Knoxville couple scammed by invention design company

A Knoxville couple says they've been scammed out of thousands of dollars by a Florida-based company they hired to help design a new tool for carpenters. They say they haven't been able to reach the design company and phone numbers for the company don't work.

Procedures to keep East Tenn. students safe in shooting situations

It's a heartbreaking reality for Randy Cutshaw, who's been a school resource officer for Cocke County High School for 17 years. The possibility of a school shooting is constantly on his mind.

Man arrested after big pot find

A homicide investigation in 2017 resulted in unrelated arrest of a Knoxville man on marijuana charges Wednesday, according to Blount County Sheriff's Office reports. Joseph Stanton, 31, of Knoxville, was jailed on a charge of possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance.

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