5 hrs ago
MTSU student arrested for photographing women in dorm showers
A Middle Tennessee State University student was arrested earlier this month on sealed indictments for 10 counts of photographing two female students while they were showering.
7 hrs ago
TSU Graduate Beats The Odds, Wants To Help Students
For Ghariba Babiry, it's no different. Except her memories are not just about the last four years at Tennessee State University, but the last fifteen when she first arrived in Nashville from Kurdistan in northern Iraq.
16 hrs ago
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Aaron Shapiro explore writing, the self, the universe with Huntsville Literary Association
Aaron Shapiro, left, and his father and co-author, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, at right, talk with members of the Huntsville Literary Association before providing the keynote address for the annual banquet on Thursday, May 23, 2013, at Huntsville Country Club on Oakwood Avenue in Huntsville.
Thu May 23, 2013
Knoxville News Sentinel
Madeline Christian, Peighton Meske lead Webb School's charge at state track
Freshman Madeline Christian and sophomore Peighton Meske led the charge for Webb's young Lady Spartans on Thursday at the girls' Division II track and field state championships.
Erskine Oglesby, Jr. Named Tennessee Men's Health Network's 2013 Man Of The Year
Erskine Oglesby, Jr. has been named Tennessee Men's Health Network's "Man of the Year" for 2013 by the TMHN board of directors.
Remembering Jim Davis
We've included a biography written by Davis himself that talks about his life and the legacy he leaves behind: "This North Carolina native, son of a Baptist minister came to Augusta in 1956 as Program Director for WRDW- Radio.
Wed May 22, 2013
Bryon Grizzard To Direct Provider Contracting For BlueCross
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has selected Bryon Grizzard to direct the provider networks and contracting department.
Tue May 21, 2013
Haslam Announces Commissioners At DIDD, DCS
Governor Bill Haslam on Tuesday announced Debra Payne as the new commissioner of the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities as Jim Henry becomes the permanent commissioner at the Department of Children's Services .
The Housing Numbers are not Looking That Positive for Tennessee and Rutherford County
The first quarter report from the Tennessee Housing Market indicates that *home sells are literally up and down in Rutherford County and the state of Tennessee.
Mon May 20, 2013
John Shearer: John Thornton Speaks At Maryville College Commencement
Chattanoogan John "Thunder" Thornton has enjoyed much success in the business world, but he did tell Maryville College graduates Sunday night that he has one regret - he did not enjoy the climb toward achievement as much as he should have.
The Daily News
Women's Health in Tennessee Garners 'C' Grade
Women's overall health in Tennessee improved to a grade of C, but there's still plenty of room for improvement, according to the Tennessee Women's Health Report Card.
First Lady: 'I Could Take Up A Whole Afternoon Talking About' Obama's Failures
First lady Michelle Obama has some advice for some Tennessee high school graduates: Strike your own path in college and life and work to overcome inevitable failures with determination and grit.
Sun May 19, 2013
ADDA Board Narrows Field to Two for Directorship
Most of this information comes from a press release: the Athens Downtown Development Authority board has chosen Shannon Logan and Pamela Thompson as the finalists for its executive director position.
American Addiction Centers seeks big solution to big problem
It was a problem he struggled with personally, and he wanted to help others overcome their addiction issues, too.
Michelle Obama bids MLK graduates with encouraging words
First lady Michelle Obama doled out hugs and quick words of encouragement as each of 170 Martin Luther King Jr.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro will give keynote address for Huntsville Literary Association's 2013 banquet
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, director of MTSU's creative writing program, and his son and co-author, Aaron Shapiro, will be guests of honor at the 2013 Huntsville Literary Association banquet.
Sat May 18, 2013
Last minute lottery ticket buyers flood convenience stores
In the final hours before the drawing last minute buyers flooded convenience stores hoping to buy the lucky lottery ticket on Saturday.
Police respond to domestic violence call and find meth lab
Edward Tarpley, 46, and Tabitha Tarpley, 45, have been charged with Initiation of a Meth Lab, Promotion of Methamphetamine, Possession of Schedule 1, and Child Abuse.
Remarks By The First Lady At MLK's Commencement
MRS. OBAMA: Yes! Wow. Good afternoon, everyone! Yes. I am thrilled to be here. And go, Royals.
Use of red-light cameras debated in Murfreesboro
A group in Murfreesboro has started a petition to end the use of red-light cameras, but police say the traffic enforcement measure has improve safety.