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5 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Nashville attorney John Jay Hooker asked a Nashville court to halt reviews of judges Monday, arguing that the panel breaks a state law requiring at least equal representation of women.
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17 hrs ago | The Tennessean
The squeeze of unemployment and underemployment appeared to make it inevitable that Lee Elledge and husband Cliff would lose the home they have had in the Hillwood area of West Nashville for 23 years.
Rogers will make a public presentation about how to best identify a student's individual talents and needs.
Update at 8 a.m.: Power remains out in Cheatham County after trees fell onto a transformer substation, said a Cheatham County Sheriff's Office dispatcher.
The winter weather has anyone spending even a short amount of time outside grabbing extra layers.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. As the threat of wintry weather moves through the area, the Tennessee Department of Transportation is prepared for the possibility of icy roads.
In his final year of eligibility, Merrol Hyde Magnet School eighth-grader Jonathan Caldwell will have the chance to return to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee after a regional sponsor was secured.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. A Davidson County woman said she pretended to be asleep after she awoke to find an intruder beside her bed.
Downtown bar owner Chris Ferrell has surrendered himself to police after being indicted on second-degree murder by the Davidson County Grand Jury for the shooting death of Wayne Mills, the Metro Nashville Police Department announced Friday afternoon.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. As a winter storm moves across the State of Tennessee, residents prepare for the threat of ice, sleet and the possibility of snow.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Strong winds, cold temperatures and a mix of rain, sleet and ice have made driving conditions rough in many parts of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.
Health insurance for Soddy Daisy employees will be changing in 2014. The city reviews insurance options every year, and this year found that to keep the existing plan would have cost the city an additional $55,000 compared to what was paid in 2013.
A buttery popcorn scent wafted across the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in September as thousands of kids and their parents approached the colorfully decorated booths dotting the property.
An aggravated rape case involving a Tennessee State University student was sent to a grand jury Wednesday by a Davidson County judge.