Many of you have sent in photos of your pets, children, and yourselves getting ready for the eclipse. We want you to continue doing that tod…
According to the National Capital Poison Center, sunscreen getting in your eyes can cause pain and irritation.
Restlawn Memorial Gardens on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line charged $10 to park and watch the eclipse on the back part of their property.
News 2 checked with three municipalities in Tennessee and Kentucky to see if the numbers lived up to the hype.
Calls have been coming in to optometrists across the area since Monday’s solar eclipse.
A touching photo shows a Middle Tennessee woman propping her elderly father’s wheelchair up so he can watch the total solar eclipse.
Eclipse Alizebeth Eubanks was born just after 8 a.m. Monday at Greenville Memorial Hospital.
Professor Dr. Matthew Huddleston of Trevecca Nazarene University launched a weather balloon during the eclipse
State Police Trooper Jody Sims says the car crossed the center line and hit a utility pole and the pedestrians Monday in Hyden, about 120 mi…
Astronomers Without Borders says it will soon announce a program to collect glasses and distribute them to schools in South America and Asia…
Millions of Americans gazed in wonder at the cosmic spectacle, with the best seats along the so-called path of totality that raced 2,600 mil…
Some of the players admitted it was tough to stay focused the last few minutes of practice as the sky dimmed and the temperature dropped.
Thousands of people experienced the eclipse in Lebanon at the Wilson County Fair.
It was the first wedding ceremony on the rooftop of Rock Bottom Brewery and perfect spot to view the total eclipse.
People flocked to events, watch parties, the zoo, and local fairs to witness the once-in-a-lifetime total solar eclipse.
While many thought the eclipse would affect animals and nature, no one expected the giraffes to behave the way they did.
President Donald Trump squinted and pointed skyward before donning protective glasses to take in the solar eclipse at the White House.
Millions of people watched the total solar eclipse Aug. 21 across the region at schools, parks, campgrounds and at home.
Viewers across Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky witnessed the eclipse of a lifetime on Monday, Aug. 21.
With 200 million people within a day’s drive from the path of totality, towns and parks saw big crowds.