NASHVILLE -- The State Board of Education will be able to approve charter schools rejected by local school boards under a bill headed to Gov. Bill Haslam.

The dead man found by his girlfriend Thursday morning at PineWood Apartments in Brainerd has been identified by police.

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency investigators will meet with District Attorney General Michael Taylor this week to discuss the case of the Monteagle police chief who killed his hunting partner.

JASPER, Tenn. — Longtime Marion County employees will enjoy an extra week of vacation per year after the County Commission voted to approve the measure this week.

A Hamilton County Schools lawsuit demanding nearly $12 million from the city of Chattanooga in unpaid liquor taxes won't be filed just yet, as the two sides have agreed to meet over the dispute.

Acute lead poisoning affected millions of American children and caused thousands of deaths throughout much of the 20th century.

  • March 20th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Clif Cleaveland

Longtime local music fans might remember when the Zac Brown Band was playing in local clubs. Those days are long gone.

One of Agatha Christie's most celebrated mysteries opens Friday, March 21, at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre. "And Then There Were None" plays through Sunday, April 6, on the MainStage.

DECATUR, Tenn. — One man is dead and another is hospitalized in a single-vehicle accident overnight on Lamontville Road near Highway 58 in Meigs County.

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