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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

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High speed chase across Knoxville during rush hour

We're now getting a first-hand look at a high-speed chase across Knoxville last month that was full of close calls and narrow misses for many drivers. On January 29, a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a 2001 Honda Civic on West Towne Way for not wearing a seatbelt around 4:30 p.m. In the video from the THP trooper's in-car camera, you can see the trooper approach the vehicle just as the driver, later identified as David Haynes Jr., 42, pulled back on the road and got onto I-40 at a high rate of speed.

Pilot Flying J fraud case: Convicted ex-employee fights airing of racist recordings of ex-boss

Convicted Pilot Flying J fraudster Heather Jones is continuing to try to block the public airing of racist recordings of her former boss, even though she knew nothing about the "vulgar" commentary. Jones, a former account representative, was convicted last week of plotting with her ex-boss, former Pilot Flying J President Mark Hazelwood, and a slew of other executives and staffers at the nation's largest diesel fuel retailer to rip off trucking companies and boost Pilot Flying J's market share and profits.

Knoxville and Blount officers make arrest in kidnapping case

Working with a team of agencies that included Blount County Sheriff's Office and the United States Marshals Service, Knoxville Police Department arrested a man Thursday in connection with a violent kidnapping case. Lavan Johnson Jr., 18 , was arrested on South Hall of Fame Drive, Knoxville, on charges of especially aggravated kidnapping and possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony.

Townhouse developers pull request for Office Transition zoning changes in downtown Maryville

Developers who want to build townhomes in downtown Maryville have pulled their request that the city amend the Office Transition District to accommodate their project, but the Maryville Downtown Design Review Board still plans to move forward with changes recommended by the city's Development Services staff. DDRB members and Development Services staff had been batting around ideas to improve the Office Transition District at the request of James Tomiczek and Harry McIntosh, who want to build townhomes on property they own at 210 Gamble Ave. Tomiczek previously described the project as a seven-unit townhouse building that would be "industrial or warehouse looking, similar to downtown Knoxville."

North Knoxville shooting suspect hit by car on I-40, arrested

Police say charges are pending against a North Knoxville shooting suspect after he ran across traffic on Interstate 40 and was hit by a car. Police were called to the area of Broadway at Magnolia Avenue around 4:44 p.m. where they found a man with at least one gunshot wound to the leg.

Tire Discounters targets Knoxville for expansion in 2018

Tire Discounters Inc. has identified Knoxville, Tenn., as the next branch of its growing retail store network, with plans to open retail stores there later this year. At the same time, the Cincinnati-based dealership has relocated a warehouse distribution center it opened in 2015 in Murfreesboro, Tenn., to a 71,000-sq.-ft.

Wine and spirits superstore opening location in Turkey Creek

The city issued the store a certificate of compliance in December and the state issued a permit in January, according to Eric Vreeland, with the City of Knoxville. The store will be located off of Parkside Drive in Turkey Creek.

Music Feeds, Catharsis & a GLOW Run East Tennessee Now

Several concerts over the course of the spring and summer will benefit Maryville's Second Harvest Food Bank. Aaron Snukals shares the exciting line-up and how to get tickets to the shows at the outdoor ampitheater in Knoxville.

Man, 18, indicted in 2017 double killing

An 18-year-old Knoxville man faces murder charges in the June 2017 killings of two young men in Montgomery Village in what police say was a drug deal gone bad. Deon N. Nolbert, who was 17 at the time of the homicides, was transferred from juvenile court to face prosecution as an adult in Knox County Criminal Court.

Tennessee tops list of 'Angriest States'

What you're about to read may make you angry. In fact, if you live in Tennessee, a study shows that it probably will.

Jon Pardi and Miranda Lambert are Livin' Like Hippies, and flirting...

"We keep talking about ita " Jon reveals. "I think she's in. I don't knowa When we first started talking about her singing with me on her song she wrote, she goes, 'Well, let's just see how the end of the tour is!' I said, 'Okay,'" he laughs.

Man wanted on Michigan kidnapping charge arrested in Knoxville

The Knoxville Police Department says its Organized Crime Unit and the U.S. Marshals Service's Smoky Mountains Fugitive Task Force arrested Lavan Johnson Jr., 18, in an apartment on Hall of Fame Drive. In addition to warrants out of Michigan for violation of probation, he was wanted on charges of especially aggravated kidnapping and possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony.

Knoxville man to help monitor Russian election

Vladimir Putin is expected to win re-election, but Greg Mackay will be there to expose any possible fraud in the process. "It doesn't really matter to me who wins the election.

Domestic Violence and Rape: Dark Photograph of the Past

This photo is the most recent in the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center "Hands Project." The goal is to show the wicked face of domestic violence without actually showing the face of those who suffered.

Knoxville police search for laundromat vending machine thieves

Officers say on Tuesday, February 13, around 10 p.m., two people broke into the vending machines at A1 Coin Laundry, 4883 Broadway. Officers haven't determined how much was taken.

Tennessee 'has some momentum' with top 2019 prospect Quavaris Crouch

Jeremy Pruitt and his new staff at Tennessee didn't land that big fish in the 2018 recruiting cycle, despite their best efforts. It was just a matter of being limited with time, at least Tennessee fans hope.

Clinton High School was the first high school in Tennessee to integrate in the late summer of 1956.

No one was injured, but the explosion was a fiery mark of what the town had been through in the two years prior. "They literally had to run a gauntlet to go to school," said Jerry Shattuck, with the Green McAdoo Cultural Center.

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