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A Franklin father of three has created a smartphone app that reminds parents not to leave their children in a hot car.
Patrick Brown has been the University of Tennessee beat writer since January 2011.
Governor Bill Haslam on Friday announced the appointment of David W. Purkey as a deputy commissioner of the Military Department where he will direct the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency .
Friends and family of a Tennessee soldier who was missing for nearly 70 years were finally able to say goodbye Friday, CBS Chattanooga affiliate WDEF-TV reports .
A quarantine for Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive insect that destroys ash trees has been expanded to include more Tennessee counties.
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It's back-to-school time in Tennessee, and this fall our high school seniors have an opportunity to change the future - for themselves, their families and for our state.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested a mother and daughter in Lewis County for reportedly filing a false report of rape.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Roy Allen Tucker, 32, was arrested Friday and booked into the Wayne County Jail in Waynesboro.
A number of Tennessee school systems have decided not to purchase social studies textbooks, and instead rely on the Internet and digital resources.
New nursing wing opens at UT Martin Parsons Center Student Jessica Brownyard has a lot to say about the UT Martin Parsons Center.
Tennessee Repertory opens its 30th season of live, professional theatre with Stephen Sondheim 's musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Neighboring the nation's two biggest Obamacare success stories has apparently made Republican Gov. Bill Haslam in Tennessee reconsider his refusal of Medicaid expansion under the law.
The Court plans to meet on Tuesday, to finalize details for the selection process and has tentatively scheduled a public hearing and interviews in Nashville the week of Sept.
Free college might sound too good to be true amidst national concern over the rising cost of higher education, but that's what Tennessee is promising its high school seniors.
Abuse of prescription opioids, ie: pain medications, is the number one drug problem for Tennesseans receiving publicly funded assistance for treatment services.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 04:47 am
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