Knoxville, Tennessee Criminal Record Search
Knoxville is the third-largest city in the state of Tennessee behind Memphis and Nashville and is the county seat location of Knox County,
Tennessee, United States. It is the principal city of and is included in the "Knoxville, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area" which is included in the "Knoxville-La Follette, Tennessee-Sevierville, Tennessee Combined Statistical Area". As of the 2005 census estimates, Knoxville had a total population of 180,130, with a metro population of 655,400.
Of all of Tennessee's four major cities, Knoxville is the oldest. It also was the state's first capital when Tennessee was admitted into the Union in 1796. One of its nicknames is The Marble City, from when it was a major center of marble distribution in the early 20th century. It was named in honor of the first Secretary of War, Henry Knox.
Knoxville is also the home of the University of Tennessee's primary campus (UTK). The university's sports teams, called the "Volunteers" or "Vols," are extremely popular in the surrounding area. In fact, the area code comprising Knoxville and the surrounding counties is 865 (VOL). Knoxville is also the home of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, almost entirely thanks to the popularity of Pat Summitt and the University of Tennessee women's basketball team.
As of 2006, the current mayor is Bill Haslam. The previous mayor of sixteen years, Victor Ashe, was named United States Ambassador to Poland in June 2004.
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