Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner says he doesn’t want Tennesseans to panic when they travel, and he wants them to pay attention to the facts about the disease.
Nashville mayor Karl Dean allowed immigrants and any Nashvillian to ask questions and make suggestions for his Office New Americans Advisory Council in his office.
A new job training from Vanderbilt has Tennessee business leaders learning from the mistakes of Confederate generals in the Civil War.
Teacher opinion of Common Core education standards has declined since this time last year.
The Nashville Sounds sealed the deal today, becoming the farm team for the Oakland A's.
Anti-Common Core protesters rallied outside of Governor Bill Haslam’s invitation-only summit on education Thursday. Inside, the governor attempted to quiet critics of the education standards and other recent reforms.
The governor's office would not provide any specific details of topics or potential speakers on the agenda for Gov. Bill Haslam's education summit this week.
MTSU's decline in enrollment has professors worrying this is foresight into the future, and it has administrators cutting millions from the academic budget.
One charter school advocacy group is offering tours to Tennessee’s Congressional delegation, even though most of their districts don’t have any charters.
Low numbers of veterans asked questions at today's town hall meeting hosted by the Veterans Affairs Regional Office in downtown Nashville today.
The topics in history left out of guidelines for Advanced Placement U.S. History have left two Republican senators questioning teachers should cover in Tennessee classrooms.
While Beretta is making the move from Maryland to manufacture all its U.S. products in Tennessee, it is bringing quite a few employees along.