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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
South Knoxville school uses snow day to disinfect during flu season...

The halls of South Knoxville Elementary were quiet Thursday expect for one man and the sound of a spray bottle full of disinfectant. "The flu is going around, so hopefully the kids won't catch the flu," said Alan Garner, the custodian at South Knoxville Elementary School.

KPD investigating after break-in at Remedy Coffee in North Knoxville

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Cruze Farm celebrating Dolly with free ice cream

Cruze Farm is giving away free ice cream cones on Friday to celebrate Dolly's birthday at their store at 2721 Asbury Road in Knoxville. If you come in between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m., you'll get a double Dolly cone of sweet cream with rainbow sprinkles... on the house.

Police said they found a man dead with an apparant gunshot wound off Lay Avenue in East Knoxville.

The Knoxville Police Department said they responded to a call involving an injured man lying in the intersection of Lay Avenue and South Beaman Street. KPD is investigating the incident and is asking anyone with information or tips to call the KPD Crime and Drug Hotline at 215-7212.

Knoxville church serves as warming center, provides homeless with food, fellowship

The Eternal Life Harvest Center welcomes men off the streets with open arms giving them a warm cot to sleep in and a loving place to worship "Since I been here I've not had one person make me feel bad or make me feel bad or anything like that because of my stupidity of putting all these marks on my body and all of that stuff," said Donald West. "They welcome me with open arms and treated me like family from day one."

Meals on Wheels needs volunteers with 4-wheel drive for Thursday

A group of Knxoville volunteers needs your help reaching residents who may need a little extra assistance when winter weather moves through. With so many schools and businesses off work, organizers have asked for anyone with 4-wheel drive to step up and fill in for regular volunteers who may be held back by the weather.

White nationalists plan to protest Women's March in Tennessee city

Organizers of a Women's March here have changed its original route and stepped up security after reports that white nationalists plan to protest the event. The march, which will take place Sunday, is scheduled to coincide with similar events across the USA this weekend, the first anniversary of the Women's March on Washington.

Bitter cold prompts near-record winter demand for TVA

TVA saw near record winter energy use Wednesday morning as millions of customers sought to ward off the sub-freezing cold that's blanketing the South. Peak power demand for the giant utility registered at 31,640 megawatts at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) Celebrates Opening of Its Temporary Campus in Knoxville

Faculty, staff and students at Ross University School of Medicine celebrated the start of their Winter 2018 semester during an opening ceremony at a new temporary campus in Knoxville, TN, USA. Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero was in attendance with leaders from RUSM and Lincoln Memorial University , which is graciously leasing classroom and office space to RUSM for this purpose.

Task force captures Detroit murder suspect

Smoky Mountain Fugitive Task Force captured a suspect in a Michigan murder case in Knoxville on Monday evening, according to a release from the law enforcement agency. Romante Adams, 28, was located and arrested around 9 p.m. in Knoxville.

Frigid temperatures trail storm dropping more snow on South

UT senior Marlow Payat, of Memphis, bikes along Laurel Ave during an afternoon snowfall in Knoxville, Tenn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. UT senior Marlow Payat, of Memphis, bikes along Laurel Ave during an afternoon snowfall in Knoxville, Tenn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

Frigid temperatures trail storm dropping more snow on South

UT senior Marlow Payat, of Memphis, bikes along Laurel Ave during an afternoon snowfall in Knoxville, Tenn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. Frankie plays in the snow as her owner Claire Cheek, of Nashville, watches during an afternoon snowfall in Knoxville, Tenn., on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

Watch for slick conditions on snowy roads Watch for slick conditions on snowy roads

After several hours of snowfall across much of East Tennessee Wednesday, no major traffic issues have been reported, but some roads may be slick. Knoxville Police are discouraging travel as road conditions deteriorate with the snow and cold.

Where the black smoke seen over North Knoxville came from Tuesday morning

According to a Tennova representative, Physicians Regional was testing its inclement weather plan which calls for a test of the backup fuel source used to heat the boilers at the hospital.

Caribbean medical students start classes in Knoxville

More than a thousand medical students who started their classes in the Caribbean will finish the school year in Knoxville. In September, Hurricane Maria destroyed The Ross University' School of Medicine's campus in Dominica.

Get ready, East Tennessee. Chances for snow return Tuesday with most...

In true East Tennessee fashion, this system decided to defy predictions and throw us a major slowball the moment it entered the region this morning. If you're still wondering "Where is the snow?" -- here's the latest as of 12:45 p.m..

Artists exhibit at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist

The works of Coral Grace Turner and Marilyn Avery Turner are on exhibit through Feb. 7 at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, 2931 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

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