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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
Police officer rescues kitten and raccoon found cuddled inside dumpster

An animal control officer with the Knoxville Police Department responded to a call that resembles the storyline of a Disney movie. According to a Facebook post by the Knoxville Tennessee Police Department Wednesday, Animal Control Officer Nick Powell responded to a call about an animal stuck in a dumpster.

Overbey receives Senate approval for U.S. Attorney of East TN Overbey ...

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination for a Maryville man to serve as the next United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee. President Donald Trump nominated Overbey, of Maryville, in July.

Kenny Chesney tour brings him to Nashville, but not Knoxville

Kenny Chesney announced the dates for next year's " Trip Around The Sun Tour," which is scheduled to span 18 cities and will kickoff on April 21 in Tampa Bay.

uBreakiFix opens

26, On hand for the event were, second from left, Teresa O'Beirne, partner, with Colton Barnett, 2, Chance and Heather Barnett's son; Chance Barnett, partner; June Hash, Chance Barnett's mother; Chris O'Beirne, partner; Kim Barnett, Chance's wife, with son, Camden Barnett, 4; Kevin O'Beirne , and a host of Chamber members and Town of Farragut officials. Farragut residents have a new place to have their electronics repaired.

Unlicensed East Tennessee contractor appears in court on felony charge

An unlicensed contractor faced a judge Tuesday for the first time on a theft charge. The case was brought before the court by a widow who got tired of waiting for the contractor to finish his job.

News 53 mins ago 6:16 p.m.Pay It Forward: Ball Camp Elementary students make breakfast for thea

The Ronald McDonald House of Knoxville provides a "home-away-from-home" for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals. While the House provides a comfortable living space, anything that will lift the spirits of residents is welcome and that's where the students come in! Mrs. Breitweiser's 3rd grade class has been learning about citizenship and she wanted to let the kids experience a real-life lesson in helping others.

Knoxville police officer rescues kitten, raccoon found cuddling in dumpster

The Knoxville Police Department said in a Facebook post that Animal Control Officer Nick Powell was called to an animal stuck in a dumpster on Bernard Avenue.

VERIFY: Does Knoxville have what Amazon wants for its second headquarters? Read Story Marc Sallinger

The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce submitted a proposal to the tech giant to try and lure the company to build its second headquarters, HQ2, in the Scruffy City. Amazon asked cities from around the country to submit proposals for HQ2.

a Smorgasbord of Screams: Knoxville Horror Film Fest offers genre-specific riches for the adventurous

Patrons at the 2016 Knoxville Horror Film Festival await a screening. The event returns this weekend to Regal Downtown West Cinema 8. Knoxville Horror Film Festival co-founder William Mahaffey introduced actor/director Matt Mercer to the audience at the 2016 event.

Trial for man accused of killing Knoxville teen moved to 2018

The trial for the man accused of shooting and killing a Knoxville teen has been pushed back to April 30. Riley Gaul, a former Maryville College football player, is accused of shooting Emma Walker , 16, through her bedroom wall while she slept in November 2016. The sheriff's office said at a press conference on November 30 that Gaul fired into her home while she slept, knowing where she was in the house, and then jumped the fence and fired again.

Zoo Knoxville turtle receives prosthetic mask

"Patches", a black-breasted leaf turtle at Zoo Knoxville, is now sporting a custom prosthetic mask created for her by veterinarians at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine . The plastic beak was created to protect a hole in her nostril from infection and to make eating easier for the tiny turtle.

Tiny turtle recovers in style at Zoo Knoxville, gets prosthetic mask Read Story Lauren Hoar

Veterinarians at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine created a 3D printed resin plate to cover a hole in her nostril from infection. Patches is a black-breasted leaf turtle.

Study: Tennessee ranks 4th in nation for women murdered by men

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - A new study shows Tennessee ranks fourth in the nation for women being murdered by men per capita.

Elections 13 mins ago 5:18 a.m.Early voting begins for Knoxville Ciy Council race

Early voting begins Wednesday, Oct. 18 and ends on Nov. 2 ahead of election day on Nov. 7. Even though the primaries limited voters specifically to candidates in their district, the general election allows everyone within Knoxville to vote for a candidate in each of the five district races. This means voters will have an huge voice in shaping the city's future leadership, as five of the nine seats on city council are being voted on this election.

Cooler weather prompts fall planting Read Story Stephanie Haines

Cooler weather means you need to start thinking about your plants - which ones you need to bring inside and which ones you can plant. "Pansies, snap dragons, those sort of things, can still plant them now if you don't have any out, and it's certainly time," Vandergriff said.

Knoxville launches social media campaign, seeks to be site of Amazona s 2nd HQ

The Knoxville Chamber officially submitted its proposal to Amazon and is asking for residents' help to show why Knoxville is the perfect place. They're launching a social media campaign, with the hashtag #ChooseKnox, with facts and information about what makes Knoxville a great place to do business.

Crime 30 mins ago 6:13 p.m.4 Knoxville men held in armed Johnson City home invasion

Four young Knoxville men face prosecution after police say they took part Monday in an armed home invasion in Johnson City. The men are identified as Estevenico Chandler, 20, Brian Nolbert, 19, Ashandre Stewart, 20, and Raymond Woods, 20. They were arraigned Tuesday in Washington County General Sessions Court on charges of aggravated robbery and false imprisonment.

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