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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.

Metro Director of Schools Jesse Register said some low-performing public schools may need to be closed as he called Tuesday for swift action that would have all parents in parts of East Nashville pick the schools their children attend.

A Vanderbilt University student told campus police she was sexually assaulted in a residence hall last week, according to a notice sent to the school’s students.

A woman at the scene of the fatal one-vehicle accident involving Rob Bironas alleges in a 911 call that the former Titans kicker tried to run her car off the road moments before crashing.

A Hendersonville resident stopped on suspicion of driving under the influence overnight on West Trinity Lane claimed he planned to join a terrorist organization and would come back to kill the officer.

Police have arrested a woman accused of attacking her husband on Lower Broadway after he refused to buy her a hat.

Police arrested a man Wednesday after he allegedly beat his girlfriend, dragged her down a flight of stairs and then briefly kidnapped her and her 18-month-old daughter.

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