Mayor Burchett has decided that all offices under his direction will remain closed the remainder of the day today due to hazardous weather conditions countywide.
Long Mire Road and East Emory Rd. State Trooper non responsive in vehicle. Developing!
Just came over the radio. Officer requesting salt truck to “Hall of Fame Drive.” All lanes are icy.
Halls area airbag deployment…unusual situation. KPD is asking dispatch if a “hit and run” has been reported. The officer has pulled over a vehicle driving around with damage to outside and airbag deployment. Driver states they are new to the area but when the officer ran reports it came back person has lived in Knoxville […]
National Weather Service and Cocorahs certified rain gauge is of little use this morning. Frozen at the funnel, no accurate precipitation data was collected this morning. For more information on becoming a certified precipitation observer visit http://www.cocorahs.org/ .
Due to weather Knox County Schools will be closed tomorrow…
Knox County government offices under the direction of Mayor Burchett will open at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Knox County’s Information Technology Department has also developed a weather closings/delays page at knoxcounty.org, just click on the banner on the homepage to get the latest closings. Currently, all closing/delay information for offices under the direction of Mayor Burchett […]
How many races get you face to face with an elephant while you support education in East Tennessee? Just one – the Rusty Wallace Honda Run for the Schools on Saturday, March 2. The Rusty Wallace Honda Run for the Schools features a 5K run/walk and a 100-yard dash in Chilhowee Park and a […]
The Tennesseebasketball team visits Oxford, Miss., to take on the 23rd-ranked Ole Miss Rebels Thursday at C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum. When the action tips off at 7 p.m. ET, the Rebels (15-2, 4-0 SEC) will be looking to preserve their unblemished record in SEC play. […]