Leigh Holland remembers when instead of a drawer in which to put her clothes, she had a trash bag. Holland was homeless for several years on Brick Church Pike and struggled to find housing.
Metro Nashville Police Department veteran scientist and crime laboratory director Amanda Sweet has been named the director of the department’s Forensic Services Division, which encompasses the lab, crime scene investigation, and the tenprint fingerprint component, Chief John Drake announced.
Tennessee’s state legislature will consider exceptions to the state’s total abortion ban during the upcoming session, as a bill filed Thursday would allow procedures performed on victims of rape and incest and in medical emergencies.
House Majority Leader William Lamberth says he will sponsor a bill to encourage Tennessee college students receiving the state-funded Hope Scholarship to finish their degree early, building on work from the last legislative session.
A must-pass annual defense spending bill will include a provision to rescind the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all military service members, championed by Sen. Marsha Blackburn, according to text of the bill released late Tuesday.
Out of 160 people who attended last weekend's Safe Surrender event at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, only 58 had outstanding warrants, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Now in its 50th holiday season, Hidden Hollow’s Christmas Light Spectacular, the largest Christmas light display in the Upper Cumberland, is sparkling with a myriad of lights that may number as high as a million.
In a final vote after community feedback, Nashville’s Metro Council has given final approval for a six-month pilot program to install license plate readers on streets to help police solve violent crimes and find stolen vehicles.
The Wilson County Schools board voted to remove two books from its high schools’ libraries at its monthly meeting Monday night. The books are the first to be removed and banned by the board since the WCS Book Committee was…
Wine drinker alert: Bad news is that the case price discount that savvy wine buyers across Tennessee have been enjoying for years will be coming to an end next month on most wine and spirit products.
Members of the Metro Council will hear from the public and vote Tuesday on a six-month pilot program to install license plate readers on streets in Nashville to help police solve violent crimes and find stolen vehicles.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced Monday that the REAL ID Act enforcement date has been extended by two years, from May 3, 2023, to May 7, 2025.
The state gas price average in Tennessee fell below $3 per gallon this weekend for the first time since Jan. 4. Since last Monday, gas prices in Tennessee have fallen 12 cents, on average. The Tennessee Gas Price average is…
The Light the World Giving Machines, vending machines that create a convenient way to give to donate during the Christmas season, is open at CoolSprings Galleria in Franklin, where they will remain through Jan. 1, 2023.
Austin Peay State University is planning to move its football team to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), the NCAA’s highest level of competition, in the coming years, according to school Director of Athletics Gerald Harrison.
Despite the belief that the Tennessee Titans drafted Treylon Burks to replace the traded A.J. Brown, the rookie wide receiver will have none of any comparisons to the now Philadelphia Eagles star.
Metro Nashville Sports Authority on Thursday unanimously approved a proposed term sheet between the Tennessee Titans and Metro Government for a new, $2.1 billion domed 60,000-seat stadium, projected for completion in 2026.
I do love the holidays and now with so many Middle Tennessee holiday events back in-person after COVID closures in the past two holiday seasons, there is lots to do. And everything on my list is free!
As Tennessee faces $26 billion in unfunded road congestion projects, Gov. Bill Lee’s administration will ask the legislature to authorize partnerships with private companies to manage alternative toll or express lanes to alleviate congestion and to help raise revenue for…
Tennessee’s Department of Transportation is asking the legislature to approve a $200 increase in annual registration fees for drivers of electric vehicles to help raise revenue for road projects as the state faces $26 billion in unfunded road projects to…
A sales tax fund set to pay for Nashville revenue bonds on a proposed new $2.1 billion Tennessee Titans stadium is expected to collect $2.9 billion through 2056, according to projections from Metro Nashville.