Sunday, May 9, 2021
Immediately following press conferences held by District Attorney General Charme Allen and Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon, enraged crowds began to gather downtown and in East Knoxville. They were angry at the news that none of the officers involved...
Over the weekend, hundreds of East Knoxville residents — backed by sympathizers from every corner of the city —  gathered to vent their fury at the death of a Black teenager during a confrontation with...
Zoo Knoxville’s cold-blooded residents have a new home this week as the largest project in the zoo’s history opened its doors to the public. A King cobra, Cuban crocodiles and a slew of critically endangered tortoises...
One person was seriously injured when a North Knox County house was consumed by flames early Saturday morning, according to the Rural Metro Fire Department. The fire was reported at 4:40 a.m. at 4815 Garfield Terrace...
Two separate Norfolk Southern trains were involved in accidents Friday in Knoxville, killing one person and later snarling traffic in another part of town, authorities said. The rail company’s unusually bad day began with a tragic...
Ready for some good news?  Spring has officially arrived in Knoxville. Covid-19 cases have been consistently declining since December, vaccines are becoming more readily available, and everyone in Knoxville over the age of 16 is now eligible to receive...
I’ve been regularly covering what’s called the “police beat” or “cop beat” for most of my career. That means my job has mainly been about witnessing the uglier things in life, things that no sane person...
It’s March 20, 2021, and I’m standing at the southern edge of Krutch Park in downtown Knoxville, my gaze resting on the bronze statue of William T. Sergeant feeding a dose of the polio vaccine...