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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – A Clarksville woman who claimed she was raped at Dunbar Cave park earlier this month has been charged with false report.
TTI Floor Care North America, which bought Oreck Co. out of bankruptcy last summer, plans to expand Oreck's Cookeville, Tenn.,plant and add 211 jobs over the next five years.
The next-generation Cadillac SRX likely will be produced at the GM plant in Spring Hill, and news about a new GMC vehicle to be assembled at the plant also could be included in Wednesday morning's press conference at the facility.
The family of a prison inmate who died after being pinned by guards is asking a federal judge to reopen their lawsuit in light of new evidence from a prison guard’s resignation letter, which surfaced in a New York Times article about the case but hadn’t been given to their lawyers.
A Hendersonville teen accused of bludgeoning his mother to death with a sledgehammer in 2012 has been ordered to undergo a mental evaluation after allegedly assaulting a jail guard on July 29.
U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais maintained his 38-vote lead over state Sen. Jim Tracy in a closely watched Republican congressional primary after the last county certified its results Thursday night, increasing pressure on Tracy to concede the race.
MURFREESBORO — The woman facing charges in a fatal hit-and-run wreck April 10 on the side of Interstate 24 in Smyrna entered a plea of not guilty in Rutherford County court Tuesday morning.
WASHINGTON — Putting mustard oil, kerosene, diesel fuel and other blistering agents on Tennessee walking horses has long been part of the cruelty of soring — the infliction of pain on the animals' front legs and hooves so that touching the ground causes them to recoil in agony and achieve a higher-stepping gait.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — A 4-year-old child died Sunday night after Clarksville Police found him with a gun shot wound to the chest, according to a news release sent late Sunday night by Natalie Hall.
Convinced of wins during last week's elections, a group funded by the billionaire Koch brothers has vowed to continue to spend aggressively in Tennessee in pursuit of derailing Common Core academic standards here.