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Tool Box by Woodcraft, a West Virginia-based woodworking tools shop, will celebrate the grand opening of its Chattanooga store this weekend.

NASHVILLE -- The battle over a proposed abortion amendment to the Tennessee Constitution took to the airwaves Tuesday as opponents began running their first television spot attacking the proposal.

The arborist who analyzed the Norway maple on the Jackson County, Ala., courthouse lawn says the 80- to 100-year-old tree poses a safety hazard and needs to come down.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags at grocery and convenience stores, driven to action by pollution in streets and waterways.

A suddenly stormy month on the stock market came to a quiet end on Tuesday.

NASHVILLE -- Republican Marc Gravitt of East Ridge was officially sworn in Tuesday as the new state representative of House District 30.

NASHVILLE -- Tennessee-based nonprofit groups -- churches, schools, hospitals, civic service clubs and others -- collectively grossed $23.5 million over the past three years from charitable fundraisers featuring raffles, cakewalks and similar games of chance, figures show.

Thanks, EPB, for your unflinching efforts to embrace transparency with more noise and a smokescreen.

Gov. Bill Haslam and other officials are seeking to create consistency among education standards, programs and testing.

"Trust us. We're from the government, and we're here to help."

WASHINGTON -- It is a long, long way from the "JV team" to the "network of death."

  • Oct. 1st, 2014  |
  • By Michael Gerson
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The world's largest retailer recently announced a new and intriguing product that may resonate with many of its customers.

  • Oct. 1st, 2014  |
  • By Chris Hopkins

NEWARK, N.J. — Tracy Morgan said Tuesday that he "can't believe" Wal-Mart's assertion that he and others were partly to blame for their injuries in the highway crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that killed one of his friends.

NASHVILLE — Twenty-five years ago, the exclusionary reputation of a Knoxville country club led to a furor when the University of Tennessee feared that its first African-American basketball coach would be rejected based on race. Today, a membership in that club by the state's new attorney general has been met with barely a shrug.

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