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Some hikes will be approximately one mile in length and tailored for novice hikers, while others are lengthier and geared toward more experienced hikers.
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Parents and teachers across Tennessee are watching closely as major changes could be on the way for the state Board of Education.
One person was killed and several others injured in a two-car crash early Sunday that sent both vehicles careening down an embankment off Tenn.
The choice isn't nursing home or nothing anymore. For decades, Tennessee spent nearly every Medicaid long-term care dollar on nursing home care -- even when people wanted services in their own homes that would have cost the state less.
Brenda Lenard has a tall task taking on two-term Tennessee Republican senator Lamar Alexander, but she's up for it.
The Tennessee Promise is an opportunity for all graduating high school seniors--regardless of socioeconomic status or academic performance--to obtain a TCAT certificate, diploma or associate's degree free of tuition and fees.
A Tennessee man facing a charge of first-degree murder in the death of his wife won't face a jury until at least this summer after a judge delayed the proceedings.
A Tennessee woman has been charged with criminal homicide after police found her infant daughter dead inside their home in Clarksville.
The state of Tennessee has agreed to pay $250,000 to the parents of a teenager who died while in the custody of the Department of Children's Services.
A federal judge has reset the trial date for a former prison guard who will face the death penalty if convicted of killing two West Tennessee postal workers.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has launched its own investigation into the alleged abuse of Prince Bradley, a 24-year-old man with intellectual disabilities whose beating was captured on a cellphone video obtained by The Tennessean.
Tennessee law changed last year to make travel with service dogs easier - but if a law changes and few people know, has it really changed? The new law aims to protect people with disabilities from having to show documentation about their disabilities or their service dogs when entering businesses.
East Tennessee is the birthplace of country music, so no wonder lots of singers were inspired by our mountainous area.
The annual event is organized by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth.
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