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WASHINGTON — Tennessee's highway director has delayed $400 million in road projects until fiscal 2016 because of uncertainty over future federal funding.
SPRING HILL, Tenn. — A Spring Hill man awoke over the weekend to an unwelcome surprise: Someone was sitting naked in his hot tub.
More Tennesseans support a proposed constitutional amendment on abortion than oppose the measure, according to the first and only public poll on Amendment 1, but the margin is slim and many voters are still undecided.
Recognizing a lack of understanding and a lack of confidence when it comes to 3-D printing, Nashville-based NovaCopy is launching a solution that could help teach consumers, as well as spur sales of its high-tech printers.
JACKSON – The brother of the man suspected in Holly Bobo's murder has been indicted on two counts of rape in connection with Bobo's case.
Defense attorneys in the Vanderbilt University rape case involving four former football players lodged a new allegation in court Thursday about two of the men charged.
A baby who was surrendered a month ago at an East Nashville fire station has been reclaimed by her birth mother, according to the state’s Department of Children’s Services.
In Alabama, abortion rights advocates have set up an online crowd-sourcing campaign to raise money to help women get to Nashville for an abortion.
Support for Common Core among Tennessee teachers has waned so much since last year that a majority now opposes the academic standards, a new statewide survey shows.
Jesse Register says he will not seek a contract extension as director of schools of Metro Nashville Public Schools, ending silence on his future and paving the way for a closely watched search for his replacement.