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Williamson Inc. held a virtual town hall with Williamson County Health Department officials and local hospital leaders where medical professionals offered an insight into the state of the COVID-19 response in Middle Tennessee nearly one year into the pandemic. 

Marquita Bradshaw pulled off one of 2020’s biggest political upsets when she won the Democratic nomination for retiring U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander’s seat, besting a well-funded candidate supported by national Democrats while spending less than $25,000.

More than 70,000 people have participated in virtual court hearings in Tennessee this year, according to data kept by the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts, and judicial leaders could look to make permanent some of the operational changes made in response to the spread of COVID-19.

Tennessee health officials have identified a more contagious variant of the novel coronavirus, known as B117, within the state, and are warning that it could accelerate outbreaks just as they show signs of abating. 

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Tennessee’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been delayed after the federal Operation Warp Speed failed to follow through on distribution promises. 

Tennessee House members on Friday approved a first-in-the-nation Medicaid block grant plan, following their Senate counterparts, who passed the resolution on Thursday.

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn and U.S. Rep. Mark Green were among the minority 59 members of Congress to vote against the newly passed $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill, which itself was attached to a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill.

Hospitals in Tennessee were delivered their first shipments of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine early Thursday morning and health care workers are lining up to receive their first doses. It has been nine months since the first vaccine candidate was tested in humans, and since then more than 63 cl…

At least 16 hospitals in Tennessee ran out of intensive care unit beds last week, according to newly released federal data, and an expected spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations from the Thanksgiving holiday looms. 

A Tennessee committee overseeing the state’s allocation of $2.3 billion in federal coronavirus aid met Wednesday to discuss the final steps before the funds expire at the end of the month.

Tennessee lawmakers are considering ways to claw back pandemic-related powers from the executive branch ahead of their return to legislative session in January.

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The Tennessee Department of Education and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services have partnered with other statewide organizations, to provide a COVID-19 Emotional Support Line for all Tennessee educators. 

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Gov. Bill Lee on Tuesday expressed his opposition to mass COVID-19 vaccine requirements, particularly in the state’s K-12 schools.

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As COVID-19 vaccines inch closer to readiness, a group of Tennessee lawmakers is seeking to make it harder to require immunizations of the state's citizens.

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Williamson County saw 48 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday. The overall tally now stands at 7,235 overall for the county since the start of the pandemic, with 798 of those cases deemed active. 6,381 people in the county have either recovered or had their cases deemed inactive by the state, and 5…

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The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday released its preliminary plans for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines throughout the state when they become available.

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According to multiple reports, the NFL has notified the Tennessee Titans it has concluded its investigation with the NFL Players Association regarding the team’s COVID-19 outbreak, and the Titans are unlikely to face any severe disciplinary action.