The popular “Cash for Clunkers” program ended Monday evening at 7 p.m.
Nashville group starts new plan to end homelessness in the city. The price tag is $71.7 million over five years.
Social Security checks, which normally see a yearly bump to meet inflation, will stay the same for the next two years.
Investigators say an argument over rent may have led to the murder.
A 17-year-old is in critical condition after his car collided with train over the weekend.
A tree caused extensive damage to a Nashville church after it toppled over Sunday afternoon.
The husband of 38-year-old Carla Hicks is charged with abuse of a corpse. Her body was found late last week.
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An east Nashville man died in his sleep early Monday morning.
More than 106,000 people came out on Saturday, breaking a daily attendance record.
One Nashville woman was shocked by the unexpected kindness of a stranger.
Customers are flooding local dealers to beat the program's Monday evening deadline.
A high school senior in Knoxville collapsed during the third quarter of a game on Friday night.
Both sides of the debate faced off in downtown Nashville, Franklin and Murfreesboro this weekend.
Tennessee's largest county fair runs through August 29 in Lebanon.
The Safe Place for Animals Thrift Store in Gallatin funds an animal shelter that shares its name.
The White County 911 Board of Directors is fighting to get funding levels back to where is it was in 2001 and 2002.
Schools in Franklin and Williamson County are seeing an increase in students who aren't legal residents in the district.
Despite the economy, Hendersonville is pushing for a new post office to replace its current cramped location.