Truth is a concept more narrow than knowledge.
Truth is a property of statements: A statement can be true or false. The statement "Today is a sunny day" is true if and only the sun shines today. Note: The words in quotation marks are the statement. The statement refers to the actual situation given in the final part of the sentence.
Knowledge has a broader scope. It means insight into a domain of investigation, having explanations for several interrelated phenomena. Knowledge is not a technical term in the narrow sense that truth is.
Added due to the comment of @SamIAm123: Note that the meaning of truth in medieval philosophy was quite different. Here the term was used as an ontological predicate. One could speak about the truth of things.