Officials say there aren’t enough roads for the cars, and that it’s a capacity problem.
The city and state leaders discussed the major changes Music City has experienced and what we can do to address both the good and bad effect…
Councilwoman Jacobia Dowell is taking matters into her own hands to clean up the streets by hiring people who need the cash.
The signs of growth are everywhere, an increase that began in the early 1990s with the opening of the Cool Springs Galleria.
There’s no doubt Nashville is experiencing an economic boom with the city recently ranking one of the best places for job seekers in 2017, b…
With 86 people a day moving to Middle Tennessee, contractors are scrambling to keep up with demand.
Right now, cranes and construction can be seen in several areas downtown, but how will the Music City of the future look?
We’ll have stories in every newscast Thursday looking at the impact of Nashville’s historic growth and what generations to come can expect.
If passed this year by lawmakers, drivers would see the seven cent jump at the pump beginning July 1.
Haslam also stresses that the state has cut $270 million in taxes since he took office in 2011.
City leaders project Davidson County’s homeless population is currently between 2,000 to 3,000 people.
Over the past week, several businesses have been tagged with graffiti in the Interstate 40/Second Avenue area of Nashville.
If these properties meet the requirements, their nominations will be sent for final approval to the National Register of Historic Places in …