In the latest protest against racial injustice, hundreds of people marched Saturday through the streets of downtown Nashville in response to t…
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On Saturday, July 4, a total of 55 protesters were arrested on the State Capitol grounds by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a Franklin resident among them.
“I want to make sure that another generation does not have to go through what we’re going through. I would give my life to see little black boys and girls have a better life than this.”
On Friday, demonstrators took to the steps of the State Capitol in Nashville to “reclaim the plaza for the people of Tennessee.”
As the state of Tennessee begins its phased reopening efforts, there are questions about Tennesseans’ eligibility for unemployment benefits.
Members of the state House of Representatives representing Williamson County, particularly Sam Whitson and Glen Casada, were cautiously optimistic about the decision to reopen the state.
As the coronavirus continues to devastate the economy, both in Tennessee and the country at large, leaders at all levels of government are in …
Monday afternoon saw Gov. Bill Lee extend the state’s stay-at-home order from its original ending date of April 16 through the end of the mont…
As of Monday, Middle Tennessee has seen four confirmed cases of COVID-19; more commonly referred to as coronavirus.