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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
Descendants of Knox, East Tennessee first families remember their roots

I had an email from my buddy Robert McGinnis recently telling me about a couple of events taking place in Knoxville the weekend of June 22-24. Robert is the curator at James White's Fort in Knoxville and a descendant of James White, founder of Knoxville.

The Big Kahuna Wing Festival took place this Saturday for the sixth...

The Big Kahuna Wing Festival took place this Saturday for the sixth year in row. There were many events that took place throughout the festival If you were around downtown Knoxville on Saturday, you may have heard some music and the sounds of sizzling wings.

Families honor Chris Newsom, Channon Christian in memorial ride

More than 10 years after the deaths of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, their families are keeping their memory alive with an annual bike ride. More than 10 years after the deaths of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, their families are keeping their memory alive with an annual bike ride on Saturday.

HonorAir holds first virtual flight for veterans

More than 30 veterans received a homecoming, Saturday morning, many of them did not get the first time around. HonorAir Knoxville gave veterans who cannot travel to Washington D.C. their own virtual flight.

Students trying to make Tennessee River more accessible

A group of students and professors from the University of Tennessee are working to make the Tennessee River more accessible. WBIR-TV reports it took two years for students in a landscape architecture class to create a map for a 652-mile trail along the river that would stretch from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Paducah, Kentucky.

Knoxville men promote unity with bike ride across the country

Johnathan Williams and Andre Block were in downtown Knoxville Friday afternoon. They're in the middle of what they call the "Unity Ride."

KPD: 80-year-old woman attacked and maced outside grocery store

The victim was attempting to get in her car when a female suspect first tried to talk to her, then attacked her. She ended up in the hospital with serious injuries on her arms and hands.

Knoxville firefighters warn about heat-related illnesses

Temperatures in East Tennessee will be averaging five to 10 degrees above average for this time of year and while it's this hot, firefighters are warning that now is the time to take precautions to avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Playing in the sun means mom, Ashley Gray, is keeping an eye on her 4-year-old son, Christopher, so that he doesn't get sick.

Doctors vs. Lawyers, Who is Smarter? And, Volunteer Drivers for Seniors Needed East Tennessee Now

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Police seek suspect who ripped open elderly woman's arm during robbery attempt

Knoxville police need your help to find a woman who assaulted an 80-year-old woman and attempted to rob her in the parking lot of Kroger at 2217 N. Broadway. The victim told police she was approached by the suspect, who wanted to talk.

Scottish castle in South Knoxville now on Airbnb

The death of her son inspired one East Tennessee woman to build a castle which is now available for short term rental. "He and my mother always visited antique stores and knew Knoxville up and down and the history and when he died of AIDS in '91 she said either I can go to counseling or I can do a project," Judy explained.

2 riders still in hospital from Florida roller coaster accident

Tangela Boyd, a spokeswoman for Halifax Health Medical Center, says a total of nine passengers were admitted after Thursday night's derailment of the Sand Blaster coaster on the Daytona Beach Boardwalk. A month before a roller coaster in Florida derailed, sending two riders plummeting to the ground, state inspectors had found problems with the ride.

Blueberry Festival at New Harvest ParkFriday, June 15Knoxville, Tenn. ...

Knoxville, Tenn . - The New Harvest Park Farmers Market will host its eighth annual Blueberry Festival on Thursday, June 28, 2018.

Knoxville man charged in attempted robbery in Alcoa

A Knoxville man was arrested this week in the alleged attempted robbery of a 67-year-old Maryville woman two weeks ago outside an Alcoa business. Brian Richard Nolbert, 20, was arrested by Alcoa officers Tuesday on a charge of attempted aggravated robbery.

Leon Williams helps with Women's suffrage memorial in Knoxville

Maryville-based Leon Williams Contractors was contracted by Wanda Sobieski of the Suffrage Coalition to assist with the Burn Memorial, which was unveiled Saturday in downtown Knoxville's Krutch Park. The memorial commemorates State Rep. Henry Burn, a state legislator from Niota who at the written request of his mother, Febb, cast the deciding vote when Tennessee ratified the 19th Amendment, giving U.S. women the right to vote.

Can Knoxville residents making minimum wage afford two-bedroom apartments?

There is nowhere in the country where a person working one full-time minimum wage job can afford to rent a modest two-bedroom home, according to an annual report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition. The group says its 2018 Out of Reach findings demonstrate "how far out of reach modestly priced housing is for the growing low-wage work force."

Civil War film 'Into the Wilderness' to be filmed in Knoxville, holding open casting call

The new film will be shot in Knoxville and depicts the Battle of the Wilderness fought in Virginia in 1864. New Film Group, LLC and director Richard De Witt announced details and auditions dates for their film, 'Into the Wilderness.'

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