Tuesday night is Clarksville’s chance to make its case for preserving as many jobs as possible at Fort Campbell. Local leaders have been working to recruit an overflow crowd in order to persuade Pentagons officials, going as far as to put up Interstate billboards advertising the so-called "listening session."
Should Nashville have its own minimum wage? It's a move made recently in neighboring states and nearby cities. There's been little-to-no support for raising the mandated base pay at the state level, but there have been rumblings on the city level.
This year, Tennessee lawmakers must decide whether or not to stay in the statewide cyber school business. The legislative act that paved the way for the troubled Tennessee Virtual Academy needs to be renewed.
In his first days as chairman of the U.S. Senate’s education committee, Lamar Alexander is following through on a pledge to fix the Bush-era No Child Left Behind law.
Scientists from Oak Ridge National Lab are at the Detroit Auto Show this week showing off a sleek Shelby Cobra that they built with a 3-D printer.
A year after a contractor failed to deliver a new computer system to TennCare, the agency is starting over. Northrop Grumman won the $35 million project three years ago but has never brought online the new system for determining who is eligible for health benefits.
A bug in Metro Schools' lottery system resulted in a few hundred families getting seats in several different schools instead of just one. But district officials say there was no harm and no need for a re-do.
AAA auto club says the average price of gas has now dipped below $2 a gallon in 18 states, including Tennessee. A year ago, the average price was well above $3.
More than 13,000 families in Nashville are still waiting to hear if they got into the school they wanted for next year. A website announcing results of the school lottery was published Friday and then taken down over the weekend after glitches emerged.
In a joint announcement, Nissan and NASA officials say they will have prototypes ready to test by the end of the year.
Decision day comes Friday for 13,300 families in Nashville. That's how many students have applied to attend a school other than the one that's closer to home.
The Tennessee county with the lowest unemployment rate in the state has seen its fortunes change. One of Lincoln County’s largest employers is leaving. Goodman manufacturing is consolidating its operations to Texas.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has some unanswered questions about a proposed law requiring seat belts on school buses. After a deadly bus collision in Knoxville, legislators immediately began calling for lap restraints.
Tennessee teachers are starting 2015 curious to know if it will be a second year without a pay raise. So far, state officials haven’t made any more promises.
A string of record months resulted in nearly 1.4 million vehicles sold – an all-time high.
Since 1948, Little Jimmy Dickens was a mainstay at the Grand Ole Opry, including a show he played Dec. 20 to celebrate his 94th birthday.
Many asylum seekers are assigned January 1st when they can’t prove their date of birth.
There were just 41 criminal homicides in Nashville in 2014. That’s the smallest figure since the county and city governments consolidated in 1963.
Wildlife officials are proposing a fee hike of more than 20 percent for in-state hunting licenses — the first increase in a decade.
Soldiers will be kept on task for eight hours a day as they wait out the incubation period of the Ebola virus.