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While other states have risen and fallen -- mostly fallen, into debt -- the Volunteer State has been a steady engine of fiscal discipline and sparkling credit.
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Gov. Bill Haslam discusses his legislative goals during a Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce luncheon held Dec. 3, 2013, at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
By MONA NAIR 6 News Reporter KNOXVILLE The ongoing crimes in the Parkridge area are a concern for residents there.
Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam Monday opened the Tennessee Residence for the third annual "Tennessee's Home for the Holidays" open house, an event inviting all Tennesseans to tour the holiday decorations at the executive residence during the first two weeks in December.
Instead, her hands moved about with speed and ease as she used sign language - or a gentle tap on the shoulder - to let the couple know what to do next.
For companies looking to improve financial performance, the answer likely starts in the break room instead of the boardroom.
The Tennessean reports the federal health law reduces reimbursements to Tennessee hospitals by $5.6 billion over the next 10 years.
While most of the dysfunction falls along political party lines, it also has real world consequences that affect the "folks back home."
Motorists on Interstate 40 are treated to an incredible sight as they pass through Haywood County: the West Tennessee Solar Farm and its 21,000 gleaming photovoltaic solar panels.
The Tennessee Women Project will release its new book, "Tennessee Women of Vision and Courage," at a Knoxville book launch and wine-and-cheese reception from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, at the East Tennessee History Center, 601 South Gay Street.
But before you think about loosening your belt to the next hole, you may want to join a statewide movement encouraging Tennesseans to exercise, eat right, and not to smoke.
The Republican Senator from Tennessee represents a state that has gone from being a purple state even a decade ago to a solidly red state.
President Barack Obama's one-year reprieve for health insurance plans that don't meet the mandates of the Affordable Care Act won't include CoverTN .