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School improvements and better health care propelled Tennessee up the charts in the newest national ranking of the well-being of children.
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Tea Party insurgent Joe Carr is placing immigration at the center of his August 7 primary challenge against longtime Tennessee GOP Senator Lamar Alexander, 74. Both Carr and the Main Stream Media are aware of David Brat's stunning victory over cheap labor advocate Eric Cantor , and Alexander's pro-amnesty voting record is giving Carr plenty of ... (more)
NASHVILLE: Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean along with UBS officials announced today the company will establish a shared services center in Nashville.
Activists on both sides of the abortion debate are already gearing up for a big fight in Tennessee this fall, preparing to pour millions of dollars into a campaign regarding an abortion-related ballot measure up for consideration in November.
A trucking company is asking the state appeals court to limit the Indiana Department of Transportation's authority to sue over damage done to state highways.
Preservationists need $6,500 to restore and conserve a 2-foot-by-3-foot flag last flown by Confederate Gen.
Anti-smoking campaign offered to local child-care specialists Joan Cook from the Tennessee Department of Health will train local licensed child-care specialists about the Gold Sneaker Initiative at Cleveland State Community College Thursday evening.
The headline may sound fictional - but it really isn't. It's actually a compilation of two articles that appeared just one week apart earlier this month.
While an intense campaign has developed over whether three Democrat-appointed justices should be retained on Tennessee's Supreme Court, the combatants on both sides are not taking a stance on two Republicans chosen by Gov. Bill Haslam who are also on the statewide ballot.
A former state employee and an alleged accomplice have been charged with running a food stamps fraud operation in Lebanon.
Tennessee lawmakers have apologized to the Cherokee Nation for actions taken by President Andrew Jackson that forced up to 16,000 Cherokees off Tennessee lands 175 years ago.
A Hamilton County woman is charged with TennCare fraud involving 'doctor shopping,' or going to multiple doctors in a short period of time to obtain prescription drugs and using TennCare as payment.
Dudley, you'll remember, is the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation official who warned employees against flushing shoes down work toilets.
Officials with the Tennessee Department of Transportation said the incident was reported around 1 p.m. at mile marker 111 in Manchester.
In 1984 President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month, and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:12 am
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