NASHVILLE — It began last summer with Democrat Sara Kyle saying she was seriously considering challenging Republican Gov. Bill Haslam in his bid for a second term in 2014.
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Never before has Tennessee asked to execute so many of the condemned.
Since the tiny town of Huntland in Franklin County, Tenn., last June became the state's first municipality to pass an ordinance requiring a doctor's prescription to buy pseudoephedrine-based cold medicines, the idea has spread like wildfire.
Two weeks into the qualifying period for Hamilton County's 2014 elections, nearly 40 people have picked up petitions to seek office, and seven already are locked in to run.
"Loud" isn't just the working name for Demetric Bush and Ashunti Garner's startup project. It's also how the audience reacted when the duo won first place in a high school competition.
The Chattanooga Police Department and Crime Stoppers are looking for Marcus Lorenzo Thomas, who police say is wanted in connection to a search warrant at his residence where a large amount of crack cocaine was found.
Chattanooga police continue to investigate two shootings late Saturday night that injured two men.
KIMBALL, Tenn. — City administrators are preparing to host Kimball's first health fair, which will include a sign-up drive for extended air ambulance coverage through the AirMedCare Network.
BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. — State Rep. Eric Watson has launched the 13th annual "Coats for the Cold" drive in Bradley County. 2013 marks the 13th year that Watson has helped those in need in Bradley, Polk and Meigs counties.
Retirees from Erlanger Health System, Hamilton County's fourth-largest employer, will see their health insurance rates triple next year as the hospital joins a growing trend of employers backing away from such a benefit.
Methadone clinics aren’t just for heroin addicts anymore.
Pension administrators are balking at suggested changes that would significantly alter police officers' and firefighters' retirement plan while saving the city $400 million over the next 30 years.
Cleveland Police Chief Wes Snyder's sudden retirement Friday followed discovery of a surveillance tape showing him and a woman entering and leaving an apparent love nest in a rental warehouse on Old Tasso Road.