The possibility that parents, students or other members of the community could be allowed to take part in a discussion on how police are deployed in Knox County’s 88 schools seemed to  dwindle Wednesday at...
A half-dozen activists who were arrested for protesting during an April meeting of County Commission had their first day in court Tuesday and vowed afterward to continue fighting for their cause regardless of the legal...
A Scruffy City restaurant review  I am not sure at what exact point I understood that chicken wings are a primal experience for me.  Not primal like “primitive” or “caveman,” although a bit of that (which I’ll...
The Knoxville Expo Center on Clinton Highway was transformed into a women’s wonderland of shopping, self-indulgence and overall good health when it hosted the Third Annual Knoxville Women’s Expo this weekend. There were nearly 200 vendors offering...
She couldn’t stop cleaning.  Day or night, rain or shine, no matter how much noise she made or how angry her neighbors got, she couldn’t stop.  The situation may sound like the setup for a joke, but...
Told you we had a big announcement today.... Starting this Friday, we will begin a biweekly collaboration with Knoxville’s favorite historian, Jack Neely.  Every two weeks, “Hard Knox Histories” will feature an article put together by Jack...
Police investigators are still searching for potential suspects in what appeared to be a robbery attempt that turned into a fatal shooting last week in the North Knoxville neighborhood of Lonsdale. One of the alleged robbers was...
For thousands of kids of all ages, the aptly named Fort Kid once occupied a special place in both Knoxville and their hearts. Officials hope its replacement will be loved at least as much. City Council on...