NASHVILLE -- After nearly three years of demanding more from Tennessee public school teachers, Republican Gov. Bill Haslam vowed Thursday to pay them more by boosting their pay.
NASHVILLE — A judge won’t block emergency rules covering people who dispense advice on the new health insurance exchange in Tennessee that launches today.
NASHVILLE -- Republican Gov. Bill Haslam said he wasn't happy about the brinkmanship in Washington that could lead to what he calls an "arbitrary" and partial shutdown of federal government spending.
NASHVILLE -- Plans are back on track for the Tennessee Department of Transportation's proposed new $32 million regional transportation headquarters in Chattanooga.
A group that aims to encourage more women to go into politics plans to honor Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell.
At first it was the union types. Then groups of parents grew frustrated. And now even the state's school superintendents are piling on criticism of Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman.
Tennessee's roads aren't paved with money. But Gov. Bill Haslam is spending $21.1 million to make them safer.
A little over a week before uninsured people can start signing up online for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, Tennessee officials have signed off on rules tightening oversight of the counselors who will help them get coverage.
A Republican who earlier this year threw his hat into the ring to oppose longtime U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., in the August 2014 primary visited Chattanooga on Thursday.
NASHVILLE -- A Middle Tennessee school director said he was discouraged from testifying before a legislative panel on behalf of new student benchmarks after Gov. Bill Haslam's chief of staff learned he also had signed a petition criticizing Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman on other issues.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam says in a letter to school superintendents that he's "disappointed" by their open criticism of his education chief Kevin Huffman and wants them to take a "fresh approach to communications" with the commissioner.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Department of Transportation officials’ plans for a $32 million regional headquarters in Chattanooga have taken an unexpected detour.
In just a few weeks, hundreds of thousands of uninsured Tennesseans will be eligible to sign up for private insurance and tax subsidies to help pay for it.
NASHVILLE — State Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman makes no apologies for a sharp-elbowed approach that now has nearly half of Tennessee's local school directors up in arms about his management style and policies.
A top House Democrat is demanding copies of correspondence between Gov. Bill Haslam and Volkswagen officials, saying he has learned the governor may have offered additional incentives to the German automaker in an effort to head off unionization efforts at VW's Chattanooga assembly plant.