Marion County — Knoxville Schools will be delayed two hours on Friday. Twin Cedars is closed.
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NASCAR purchases Iowa Speedway
NASCAR, though its subsidiary Iowa Speedway, LLC, has been identified as the new owners of the Iowa Speedway.
Judge denies McGinnis application
Judge Brad McCall filed an order today, denying convicted murderer Steven Dean McGinnis' application for post-conviction relief.
Four elected to Chamber Board
Annie Leonard, Aaron Hubler, T. Waldmann-Williams and Rick Kingery will soon take seats on the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce Board.
Update: Helicopter dispatched to Tracy area
The Mercy One crew has been dispatched to the Tracy area in regard to a four-wheeler accident.
Hatch elected Mayor, Allspach-Kline ousts Kemp
According to unofficial election results, Brian Hatch has defeated incumbent Don Zoutte in Knoxville's mayoral election and Dawn Allspach-Kline was elected to the city council, defeating incumbent Elsie Kemp.
- Mediacom customers lose communications Several Mediacom customers in Knoxville - including the Journal-Express - are without phones and Internet service. The widespread outage may take hours to fix.
Exclusive: Knoxville Superintendent Flack to take early retirement
The Knoxville School Board just accepted the early retirement request of longtime Superintendent, Dr. Randy Flack.
Additional severe weather conference call take place
Marion County is now included in the moderate risk area
Varsity kickoff moved up
Knoxville Schools Athletics Director Randy Wilson tells the Journal-Express that the freshman and JV football games will be played at HOME Monday night and tonight's kickoff for varsity in Carlisle will be at 6 p.m.
US Army Corps of Engineers Preparing for Possible Shutdown
If a federal government shutdown occurs, effective Tuesday, Oct. 1, all Corps-operated campgrounds, day-use parks and boat ramps will close
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