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23 min ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
In the aftermath following the discovery of another malnourished horse on his property, police served an additional warrant for aggravated animal cruelty to Timothy Decent and seized his remaining animals.
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4 hrs ago | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Aleta Trauger ordered Tennessee state officials to recognize the out-of-state marriages of three same-sex couples during consideration of their lawsuit challenging Tennessee's constitutional amendment banning their recognition.
8 hrs ago | WMC-TV Memphis
Owners of a 19th-century brewery on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River are giving Memphis business leaders a chance to save the structure.
13 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
For anyone who knows a mother who works hard, speaks up and keeps asking until her children receive the health care they need, the Tennessee Justice Center asks for nominations for "Mother of the Year."
17 hrs ago | Memphis Commercial Appeal
The state has spent upward of $37 milllion rolling out Common Core. But it's not the only one with questions.
A Knoxville man was arrested this week on identity theft, felony theft and odometer fraud charges stemming from a fraudulent listing on Craigslist.
The Tennessee Valley Authority has filed for a permit to build a 54-acre landfill near Gallatin to store coal ash.
A federal judge ordered the state of Tennessee on Friday to recognize the marriages of three same-sex couples while their lawsuit against the state works its way through the court system.
A Tennessee man has pleaded guilty to killing his father and a family friend after prosecutors dropped other charges by reason of insanity.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol's Criminal Investigation Division arrested Patrick Wayne Davis for odometer fraud, identity theft and felony theft on Tuesday in Knoxville.
Zeke's owner, Ronald Price, said the animal escaped from his farm in Cleveland late last year by jumping a high fence.
A new poll last week showed a striking continuation of the dramatic shift in national public opinion toward broad acceptance of same-sex marriage.
Once, Tennessee's small towns and cities had hope. Sometimes there wasn't enough work for everyone to make a good living.
More than 500 Tennessee activists, including CWAers, union members and other allies, rallied at the State Capitol for secure, living wage jobs, public education, and democratic rights to organize, protest, bargain and vote freely.
Drivers working for ride-sharing services such as Lyft and Uber might not be fully insured, the state Department of Commerce and Insurance warned Wednesday.
Jack Daniel's is rolling out a test version of a new cinnamon-flavored whiskey called "Tennessee Fire" that is designed to tap into the flavored whiskey craze.
Bans on fracking and mountaintop mining in Tennessee appear dead for the year. Three measures before state lawmakers aimed at adding those protections for Tennessee's natural resources failed to make it out of the Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee on Wednesday.