As the number of clinical trials are set to drop around the country because of federal budget constraints, Nashville stands to lose more than most. That’s because the city has become a hotbed for medical research.
Local laws to tamp down on methamphetamine production may end up getting some Tennessee cities into a legal wrangle. A state attorneys group is warning the laws may have gone too far.
Metro officials say they have already set aside $19 million to pay for a parcel of land where the Music City Center now sits. However, they haven't written the check yet.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam says he didn’t break campaign finance laws by paying general consultant Tom Ingram from his personal bank account.
Many Metro Nashville students have been turned away from class for lack of proper immunization records. To encourage families to get their paperwork together early, the city is adding incentives.
A giant glowing moon dominated the Music City skyline Sunday night. The Moon was the closest in its orbit to the Earth, making it appear larger in the sky than any other night in the past 18 years.
84-year-old William Duncan, a Korean War veteran, received an honorary high school diploma thanks to a little known state law.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts rolls out its new exhibit “Sensuous Steel: Art Deco Automobiles” this week. Organized by guest curator Ken Gross, the exhibit showcases automobiles and motorcycles from the 1930’s and 1940’s on loan from some of the world’s most renowned collections. (more…)
Prince Edward is visiting Nashville this week to honor recipients of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. Which begs the question, "What is that?"