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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
Randy Boyd family donates $5M to Zoo Knoxville

The family of Smokey's Baseball owner, Randy Boyd, donated $5 million to Zoo Knoxville. That's the largest private gift received in Zoo history.

'Poetry vs. Hip-Hop' combines the best of both worlds for Knoxville stop

Bethsheba "Queen Sheba" Rem and Joseph "Black Atticus" Woods will lead teams of poets vs. hip-hop artists against one another on Saturday in Knoxville. Bethsheba "Queen Sheba" Rem and Joseph "Black Atticus" Woods will lead teams of poets vs. hip-hop artists against one another on Saturday in Knoxville.

Broadband internet still rare in rural communities Read Story Brittany Bade

It's not often you'll find the Prichard family at home after long days at work or school. Their home, along with thousands of others across Tennessee, don't have access to what some believe is essential to life in 2017 - the internet.

Olive Garden owner buys Cheddera s

Darden's portfolio includes restaurants like LongHorn Steakhouse, yard House, The Capital Grille, seasons 52, Bahama Breze and Eddie V's. Cheddar's has 165 locations, including two locations in Knoxville, one in Alcoa and one in Pigeon Forge.

Bid to declare God as source of liberty resurrected in House

A previously defeated proposal to amend the state constitution to say that God is the source of Tennesseans' liberties has been resurrected in the House. The measure sponsored by Republican Rep. Micah Van Huss of Jonesborough had failed on a 3-3 vote in the House Civil Justice Subcommittee earlier this month.

Knoxville city leaders looking to add guidelines to short term rentals

Knoxville city officials are looking to pass an ordinance that'll make short term rentals, like Airbnbs, legal. However, by doing that, rules and taxes would follow.

Boys & Girls Clubs programs at 2 schools to end Read Story John North

After-school programs by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley for children at Lonsdale and South Knoxville elementary schools will end when this school year ends, according to the club president. But children who take part at those schools will be able to shift to another nearby school at which the same or related programming is offered, said Bart McFadden, president and CEO of the clubs.

Education 58 mins ago 7:17 p.m.Leaders expect TNReady testing to be smoother than last year

Any parent with a kid in third through 11th grade last year remembers the failure of TNReady. The online testing platform failed, the paper version of the test wasn't ready and the state ultimately canceled the exam for the year.

Full-time Facility Dog for ET Children's HospitalTuesday, March...

East Tennessee Children's Hospital has a new employee whose sole purpose is to provide comfort. Farley, a golden retriever puppy born on October 12, 2016, is the hospital's first-ever, full-time facility support animal.

East Tennessee man get 10 years for trafficking a drug addict

A Knoxville-area man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in a sex-trafficking scheme where he used a woman's opioid addiction to coerce her into prostitution. Justice Department officials announced that U.S. District Court Judge R. Leon Jordan of the Eastern District of Tennessee also ordered Marcus D. Washington to be supervised for three years after prison.

Robbery felon charged with gun violation, held for investigation

A paroled felon was arrested Sunday evening when police found him parked in the road, checking his Facebook page with a gun underneath the driver's seat, police reports said. Psalms Bronelle Bailey, 23, of Knoxville, was arrested and charged with illegal possession of a firearm.

Zoo Knoxville mystified by 32 reptiles' deaths

Zoo Knoxville mystified by 32 reptiles' deaths Sudden deaths of 32 snakes and other reptiles included several endangered species. Check out this story on Zoo Knoxville President and CEO Lisa New speaks Monday, March 27, about what the zoo knows about the 32 reptiles who died at the zoo March 21-22.

Zoo Knoxville still looking for answers in death in 33 reptiles Read Story Melissa Erickson

Zoo Knoxville suspects something "sudden and catastrophic" happened in a reptile building to cause the death of 33 reptiles last week, but are still working to figure out the exact cause. So far, they have ruled out food, disease and infection as causes based on the initial necropsy findings from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.

Crime 5 mins ago 4:13 p.m.Man dies after Lonsdale shooting; witnesses urged to talk to police

A man has died from his injuries after what Knoxville police call a gang-related shooting in the Lonsdale neighborhood this weekend. Investigators said the shooters, who they believe to have the same gang affiliation, sprayed gunfire off of Minnesota Avenue near Pascal Drive Saturday evening.

Police: Knoxville man arrested after driving wrong way on I-40W

Investigators say Jerry France was driving a white Toyota Corolla eastbound on I-40W around 1:30 a.m. His brother, Terry France, was a passenger. The suspect led police on a high-speed chase after refusing to stop.

Tennessee legislature: Five things to watch Read Story Kirk A Bado , The Tennessean

It's crunch time in the Tennessee legislature as lawmakers start to ramp up committee meetings and votes as the end of the session draws closer. Last week saw the dramatic nonvote of the controversial bathroom bill in a Senate committee and several marijuana bills sent off to summer study.

Hundreds of East Tennesseans race for down syndrome awareness

The Down Syndrome Awareness Group of East Tennessee held their 1st annual Knoxville race for down syndrome awareness Sunday afternoon. Although World Down Syndrome Day was recognized across the country on March 21st, the race was one of the many activities set to raise awareness toward the genetic disorder and the special day.

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