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The move comes after President Barack Obama issued a proclamation that ordered all United States flags lowered to half-staff until sunset Monday in honor of Mandela.
A decades-old lawsuit over conditions at a West Tennessee institution for people with intellectual disabilities has been dismissed after a federal judge found the state met court-ordered improvements.
Senate District 15 is held by Senator Charlotte Burks, who has announced her intention not to run for reelection.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Thursday evening hosted the 11th annual "Tennessee Season to Remember" ceremony at First Baptist Church in Nashville to honor victims of homicide.
Candidate for County Commission Phil Griffin told WGNS that he was excited to see TN Governor Bill Haslam announce a $625,000 grant to help fund needed equipment in the field of education in Rutherford County... The grant for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Murfreesboro at the school's Old Fort Campus will address needs for equipment ... (more)
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder today announced December 7, 2013 as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
This year saw the unusual convergence of Thanksgiving and the second day of Hanukkah, thanks to a particularly late date for the national holiday and early date for the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Since the Republicans gained control of the state Legislature, they have cut taxes each session and annual revenues to the state have been cut by an estimated $200 million, but they may face opposition from the governor if they want to cut taxes again.
Tennessee's student achievement gains on this year's National Assessment of Educational Progress are so remarkable as to almost be amazing.
The only state Supreme Court justice to ever be turned out by a retention vote still thinks it's the best way to pick members of the high court.
The former Republican state representative announced Tuesday that he will be a candidate for his old state House seat in District 60 next year.
Growth in Tennessee's economy is anchored by Rutherford County and creating a business friendly environment, Gov. Bill Haslam said Tuesday.
Rutherford County comprises all of Senate District 13, Senator Bill Ketron, and a portion of Senate District 14, Senator Jim Tracey.
The home-owned, home-operated "community banks" that dot today's business landscape are a priority of state financial advocates, a key member of Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's cabinet said Tuesday in Clarksville.
Governor Bill Haslam was in Murfreesboro on Tuesday. Prior to speaking at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon, he met with State Representative Dawn White during a breakfast event.