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City of Knoxville Tennessee!

Knoxville is in the fine state  of Tennessee, and is the county seat of Knox County.  Published in the 2010 census, the city had a population of 178,874, making it the state’s third largest city.   As of 2011, the city had an estimated population of 180,761.

Knoxville is the principal city of the Knoxville Metropolitan Statistical Area, and in 2012 had an estimated population of 848,350. The KMSA is in turn the central component of the Knoxville-Sevierville-La Follette Combined Statistical Area, which in 2000 had a population of 1,029,155.

The best asset Knoxville has to offer is it’s friendly people.  East Tennessee is know for warm hospitality.  With the Smoky Mountains just minutes away, many visitors to the mountains have fallen in love with the area and stayed.

Whether you are looking for a good place to set up business, raise a family or retire, Knoxville is for you!

CNN National News

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  • Demonstrators want federal probe of McDonald killing November 27, 2015
    Chicago will continue its steady boil on Friday when protesters will march on its luxury corridor during a major shopping holiday and press their outrage over an officer's killing of teenager Laquan McDonald.
  • Obama: Remember the refugees of 1620 November 27, 2015
    President Barack Obama issued a Thanksgiving address welcoming refugees on Thursday and spent part of his holiday calling troops to thank them for their service.
  • Husband found guilty after posting corpse photo on Facebook November 27, 2015
    A Florida man who posted a photograph of his wife's body on Facebook was found guilty Wednesday of second-degree murder.
  • White House fence jumper detained November 27, 2015
    A man is in custody after jumping over a White House fence while the first family was inside celebrating Thanksgiving, officials said.

  • Memphis feels left out of state's recruiting
    NASHVILLE — It wasn't the question you expect to hear at the Nashville Rotary Club:
  • Knoxville removing abandoned signs
    The city has begun removing abandoned signs, a product of the hard-fought new sign ordinance passed by city council over the summer.
  • Zipcar adding cars in UT area
    Car-sharing options in the University of Tennessee area just got a boost with the addition of “Vegas” and “Hoyt” to a parking lot at The Commons at Knoxville student apartments.
  • Stores geared up for holiday shoppers
    Americans’ relentless search for bargains -- and merchants’ corresponding frantic quest for customers -- now brings many shoppers out on Thanksgiving Day rather than waiting for the traditional Black Friday kickoff for holiday gift-buying.
  • Knoxville proposes permanent food truck rules
    Knoxville has crafted a proposed ordinance governing food trucks and is seeking public input on the issue.
  • Premier buys Chattanooga bus company
    Knoxville-based charter coach company Premier Transportation is extending its reach further south, with the acquisition of Chattanooga-based All Aboard USA.
  • Regal now using Atom ticket-concessions app
    Going to the movies is only partly about the images on screen -- it's a social experience, too -- and a mobile application just launched at Knoxville Regal Entertainment locations is meant to tap into that.
  • Pilot to sponsor Battle at Bristol football game
    Pilot Flying J will be the title sponsor for next year's Battle at Bristol football game between Tennessee and Virginia Tech.
    News Sentinel staff
  • TVA workers, top execs given millions in bonuses
    Tennessee Valley Authority employees who helped boost the utility's income last year above $1 billion for the first time will share in some of the fruits of those record earnings next week.
  • Stuck waiting: ground delays at US airports
    NEW YORK (AP) — On a recent morning, Delta Air Lines Flight 435 pushed back early from the gate at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. Passengers watched the safety video and settled in for a six-hour trip.

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