NASHVILLE — An effort to conceal the names of Tennessee Lottery winners failed today on a 4-2 vote in the Senate State and Local Government Committee after a lottery official and open-government advocates warned it would undermine players' trust in the games.
NASHVILLE — Legislation that would allow a student to express a religious belief in a school assignment has passed the House.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The Internal Revenue Service says more Alabamians are filing their tax returns electronically.
SOMERVILLE, Ala. (AP) — A sheriff in northern Alabama says two young boys found face-down in a swimming pool could have been in the water anywhere from one minute up to 30 minutes.
ATLANTA (AP) — State transportation officials are studying plans to widening a highway across Atlanta's far northern suburbs. They're also considering construction of a new highway to the north or south of State Route 20.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed to stop six Memphis suburbs from starting their own public school systems.
The Chattanooga Police Department has reported that the driver of a Lincoln Town car involved in an early afternoon crash on March 3 at 5200 Highway 58 has died.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP )— The Tennessee Valley Authority says its annual spring sport fish survey is starting this week.
DECATURVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A man accused of abducting and killing nursing student Holly Bobo is scheduled to appear in a Decatur County courtroom today to be arraigned on charges of kidnapping and murder.
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WASHINGTON — Dr. Seuss had it right: Horton really does hear a Who. Wild elephants can distinguish between human languages, and they can tell whether a voice comes from a man, woman or boy, a new study says.
It's not just grandma with a new hip and your uncle with a new knee. More than 2 of every 100 Americans now have an artificial joint, doctors are reporting.