This week brings a sobering reality to those who thought Tennessee hospitals were crying wolf about how bad things could get if the state opted out of expanding Medicaid. The announced closure of Haywood Park hospital in West Tennessee may be just the first, according to the Tennessee Hospital Association.
The new $1.8 billion budget, about half of that money coming from property taxes, will go toward operating the city and launching some new initiatives.
Dean gave brief remarks about the project needing the input of divergent voices to help find middle ground before he took off for another event.
Lincoln County residents begin recovery as well-meaning volunteers are sent away. A curfew is in effect tonight.
A campaign to solidify the way Tennessee chooses its 29 appeals court judges has brought together strange bedfellows – from Alberto Gonzales, President George W. Bush’s attorney general to the top Democrat in the state House, Craig Fitzhugh.
From meters that take credit cards, to a smartphone app that finds parking spots, Metro Public Works lets the ideas fly.
Governor Bill Haslam chose not to pick up his veto pen and instead has signed into law a bill that would punish pregnant women who refuse to stop using illegal drugs. The measure is meant to drive down the number of newborns who have to endure withdrawal symptoms.
Producers of "Nashville" are reportedly scouting locations in Georgia or Texas. If production does relocate, at least Nashville would be in good company.
A spokesperson says to expect a statement Tuesday, which is the deadline for signing or vetoing the legislation.
Nearly 2,000 people jammed into a North Nashville church to hear Clinton’s 20-minute speech – mostly students and teachers from LEAD's five schools
Some drove up to 10 hours to cast their ballots for an Iraqi national election. Nashville is one of nine cities around the U.S. to have a voting site.
TCAP – the state’s high-stakes standardized test - begins this week, and school districts have gone to great lengths to pump kids up. At the same time, the testing has driven some students to tears.
Severe weather expected to hit Middle Tennessee later this afternoon has the potential to cause flooding, hail and tornadoes.
The largest protestant denomination in the U.S. says it has no plans to drop its opposition to gay marriage and homosexuality. But Southern Baptists are softening the way they talk about it.
Frances Cutler Hahn, 76, is one of just over a dozen or so living Holocaust survivors in Nashville.
The cause of a massive and sudden die off invasive Asian carp Wednesday in the Cumberland River below Lake Barkley is being investigated.
A roaming art project called Our Town is challenging Nashvillians to make self portraits with rubber stamps and ink.
The superintendent of Williamson County Schools is pleading with parents to take an interest in local elections. Mike Looney’s open letter follows a move this year by elected officials to limit the political influence of schools.
The historic 506th Infantry Regiment of the Army closed another chapter Wednesday. It's moving to a different brigade for the first time in more than eight years, with a new commander in charge.
Construction crews stumbled on the first hard evidence of a Native American salt manufacturing center. The city funded brief archaeological research. Was it enough?