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It's the first case of its kind. A 26-year old mother from Tennessee has been arrested and charged of simple assault after she and her baby girl tested positive for methamphetamine .
Some teachers are concerned over the direction of education in Tennessee, and disappointed more were not included in Governor Bill Haslam's closed meetings with select educators.
The state has replaced a special American flag that was stolen from a 102-year-old WWII veteran in Greeneville.
Cindy Heinemann describes herself as determined. She started Misty Mountain Soap Company in her kitchen 10 years ago.
Cursive handwriting is making a comeback in Tennessee, with performance benchmarks in the works to guide the teaching of the fading art to students.
It's not often that a land-grant university president speaks at a field day. But the leaders of the Milan, Tenn., Research and Education Center had both UT Systems President Joe DiPietro and Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam speak at the VIP Breakfast that kicks off the Milan No-Till Field Day.
In an effort to stop an invasive insect that destroys ash trees, seven counties in Middle and East Tennessee have been added to a quarantine that now affects 34 counties in the state.
A Volkswagen, Hyundai and General Motors supplier in Clinton will announce a major expansion this morning.
Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty, along with ABC Group Inc. officials, announced the company will add an additional 180,000 square feet to its existing Gallatin facility in response to increased demand for automotive related products.
Ty Dearing earned first place in the Chattanooga Area Soap Box Derby tournament and will represent Chattanooga in the All-American Soap Box Derby Championships in Akron, Ohio this Saturday.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has appointed three Workers' Compensation Appeals Board judges, all effective Aug. 1, including David Hensley, 60, of Chattanooga.
Gov. Bill Haslam addresses West TN mayors' concerns Haslam was the guest speaker for the West Tennessee Mayor's Association Thursday morning.
Parkers Crossroads was announced as the future site of the Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery Thursday morning by Governor Bill Haslam and other state representatives and senators.
It was organized by the Entrepreneur Center, an organization supported by many highly successful local businessmen that seeks to promote and support entrepreneurs and their business efforts.
Gov. Bill Haslam has announced five grants totaling more than $1.4 million for transportation, recreation and energy efficiency projects in Shelby County.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 07:15 am
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