3:00 PM Oct 11, 2014
Tennessee may just now have its first two lab-confirmed cases of enterovirus D68, but it’s likely the virus has been present for a while in all parts of the state, said Dr. Tim Jones, epidemiologist for the state Department of Health.
3:00 PM Jul 26, 2014
Six more Chattanooga Internet ventures will share in another $165,400 of grants from Mozilla’s Gigabit Community Fund.
1:00 PM Jul 26, 2014
State Sen. Joey Hensley is asking citizens to help remember area Vietnam veterans who died serving their country.
11:00 AM Jun 24, 2014
Placed in a tightening bind by state lawmakers who cut the state’s share of higher education funding and pressured college boards to hold tuition increases, Tennessee’s public universities are raising both tuition and the numerous fees students must pay to attend.
5:30 PM Apr 23, 2014
While Tyndall was coach at Morehead, the school admitted to major NCAA infractions in a case involving a New Jersey booster
9:00 PM Jan 25, 2014
Tennessee's largest teachers group says a new policy aimed at ridding schools of bad teachers doesn't just put teachers' jobs on the line, but puts their whole livelihood at risk.
8:00 PM Jan 25, 2014
Memphis wine merchants say they oppose plans unfolding in Nashville to open the way for wine sales in supermarkets.
6:00 PM Jan 25, 2014
One of the largest real estate agencies in the South is talking about cutting its ties with Trulia and Zillow, two of the Internet’s largest real estate syndication sites.
5:30 PM Dec 21, 2013
In just a few day days, Keri Todd will open presents with her family on Christmas morning — and then she'll pack everyone up and drive to Atlanta for breakfast with her 90-something grandfather.
5:00 PM Dec 17, 2013
A judge said Monday the former chief of staff of U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander can be released to his parents while he awaits trial on charges of possessing and attempting to distribute child pornography.