New information has surfaced about the coronavirus outbreak, and the virus has officially arrived in Knox County. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has released major decisions regarding precautions against the virus.
Why are Tennesseans not voting? Local organizations host a discussion on voting in Tennessee.
UT student Edward Nelson is running for state representative on platform of Medicaid expansion and a focus on rural communities
Professionals and environmental groups in the Knoxville area are concerned for the water pollution in the Tennessee River and the effects it could have on Knox County residents.
Knoxville conducted its first ever Point-in-Time count of homeless youth last month; the task was easier said than done
Farragut High School sophomore Hollie Sikes brought the Knox County dress code debate to Wednesday’s board of education meeting.
Knox County has reported four cases of the Zika Virus since July.
From Sept. 22 to Sept. 23, various organizations from the Knoxville area registered students and faculty on campus to vote as a part of “National Voter Registration Day.”
September is known as National Voter Registration Month. Several campus organizations led a voter registration drive on campus Tuesday. There will be one more push Wednesday evening in the Presidential Courtyard from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.