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Cursive handwriting might be a dying art, but a measure before the Tennessee House of Representatives attempts to save it in an era of keyboards and keypads. House Bill 1697 would require all public school students in Tennessee to learn how to read and write in cursive, preferably around the third grade.
A Clarksville woman charged with killing her 7-month-old daughter Friday told police “Jesus came down” and took her daughter to heaven while she was bathing her, according to an arrest warrant.
Holly Bobo’s family has released their first statement since a man was charged in her abduction and murder on Wednesday.
A day after law enforcement charged Zachary Rye Adams with kidnapping and killing Holly Bobo, a violent picture of the convicted felon is emerging.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Murfreesboro Police recovered an active methamphetamine lab in the early hours of Saturday from the McDonald’s parking lot on South Rutherford Boulevard, according to an arrest report.
For years, Missouri has been the reigning king of methamphetamine use in the United States. But thanks to a crackdown at the local level in that state, Tennessee could be poised to pass it by.
Some Tennessee lawmakers are hoping to further restrict cellphone use while driving. A bill in the Tennessee House of Representatives would make it illegal to call someone or answer your phone while in the car.
Vanderbilt men’s basketball coach Kevin Stallings called those who want Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin fired “idiots.”
The well-being of Americans hasn't improved in the past six years, and it even declined slightly in 2013, according to a recent Gallup study. While national figures remained flat overall, the ranks of the states with the highest well-being scores changed considerably. North Dakota topped the well-being list in 2013 after failing to crack the top 10 in 2012. Hawaii, 2012's top state, fell to eighth in 2013. West Virginia, on the other hand, remained at the bottom of the list for the fifth consecutive year.