Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey set the record straight while offering some advice and a prediction for his fellow Republicans about Trump.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says Donald Trump would need to make major policy changes before he could consider supporting the front-runner fo…
“A person taking photographs for sexual gratification for their own personal use, it’s just a misdemeanor,” said TBI agent Andrew Vallee.
Vivian Wilhoite will be the first African-American to hold the Davidson County Property Assessor position.
Gripped by chaos and dismay, Republican leaders searched on Wednesday for a last-chance option to derail Donald Trump’s momentum fueled by s…
Representative Marsha Blackburn responds to Donald Trump’s victory in the Tennessee primary, in addition to Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio’s jostl…
News 2’s Bob Muller spoke with John Rowley, a political analyst, and took a deeper look into the results of Super Tuesday’s presidential pri…
Poll workers cite several reasons for the long lines at Indian Lake Elementary in Hendersonville Tuesday night.
Republican Senator Bill Ketron is a cancer survivor and joined advocate Tuesday afternoon at Legislative Plaza.
Governor Nikki Haley responded to Donald Trump’s Twitter attack with just three words, “Bless your heart.”
Tennessee lawmakers are attempting to toughen up a current law that says if a teacher is convicted of a felony sexual crime against a studen…
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Poll workers in Montgomery County arrived early to get voting equipment ready for Tennessee’s primary elections Tuesday.
Lawmakers in the Tennessee State House will discuss a measure that would require public school students to use the bathroom assigned to the …
Tennesseans voted for which Democrat or Republican they believe should become their party’s presidential nominee.
Lawmakers are expected to discuss a bill on Tuesday that would raise the legal age at which Tennesseans could buy tobacco to 21.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton swept through the South on Super Tuesday.
At least 1,600 poll workers are being deployed throughout Nashville for election duty on Super Tuesday.
Storms could hit Middle Tennessee in the midday hours so election officials are hoping voters come early or later in the day.
The late justice Adolpho A. Birch is the only person in Tennessee history to serve in every level of the state’s judiciary.