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Metro police are investigating the South Nashville shooting of a woman and child earlier this evening.
If this year’s real-estate market is a good one for Larry Lyons, the federal subsidy that helped him buy health insurance may turn into a huge bill at income tax time.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — Sparks flew in the air as Kristen Bobo fired her welding gun at the thick metal bars spanning the entrance of a cave in Montgomery County.
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee — the state's dominant health insurance provider — is asking to raise rates by an average of 19 percent for its exchange plans in 2015, according to documents filed with the state of Tennessee.
Zachary Adams waived his right to a preliminary hearing this morning on a charge that he assaulted an officer at the Chester County Jail. The case will now go to a grand jury, which is scheduled to meet on Oct. 28.
Police arrested a convicted sex offender Monday after officers say they saw him in the passenger seat of an ice cream truck in East Nashville.
The line to get into the Cathedral of the Incarnate has formed out front on West End Avenue, full of mourners who wish to pay their last respects to former Tennessean editor John Seigenthaler.
The day Linda Drain put baby's breath in her hair and said "I do," she had no idea that government policies would tear her apart from her husband.
Gallatin police have arrested a Kentucky church pastor on statutory rape charges involving a 14-year-old male member of his congregation.
WASHINGTON – A federal court is about to rule on an argument against President Barack Obama's health care reform law that resembles one Rep. Scott DesJarlais advanced more than two years ago.