MTSU President Dr. Sidney McPhee said he is disappointed but will be meeting with other university officials in the coming days to determine…
There were delays at the start of each half, each lasting several minutes, due to shot-clock malfunctions.
The new licenses are valid through February 2019. The 2017-2018 licenses expire Feb. 28.
A memo released earlier from Jellico Electric and Water System warned residents to boil the water before drinking it.
Former U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher has been opposed by U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn in the Republican primary. Former Gov. Phil Bredesen is runn…
His words come after listening in Washington this week to warnings from top officials from the FBI, CIA and National Security Agency.
A federal judge ordered the former President of Pilot Flying J convicted of three felony charges to be placed on house arrest as he awaits s…
There are new questions about the security of election systems at the state level.
Free flu shots were available at every health department location in the state with no appointments necessary.
Tennessee Democratic Party chairwoman Mary Mancini called Diane Black’s behavior “pay to play.”
To be eligible, a student can’t have an associate or bachelor’s degree, must be a Tennessee resident for at least one year and must be deter…
Lawmakers on Tennessee’s Capitol Hill faced a difficult question about the Florida school shootings – is it time to act or is it the time t…
The state health department only tracks pediatric and pregnancy-related flu deaths.
The hearing happened as news of a deadly Florida school shooting broke.
The $18.7 million net cost notably includes $22.3 million more in anticipated case management state costs.
Mark Gwyn has led the state’s top investigative agency for 14 years.
A newly released report shows the University of Tennessee is seeing a growing number of complaints under the Title IX guideline.
During a news conference about his retirement Wednesday, Director Gwyn chose his words carefully about the investigation timeline.
Multiple media reports said some Republicans are encouraging U.S. Sen. Bob Corker not to retire over fear Democrats will win the seat.
Lawmakers said felons who did their time for drug-related crimes are the most likely to benefit from the Fresh Start Act.