A principal officer at a Tri-Cities a surveying and engineering firm as been fined by the state of Tennessee for practicing on an expired license.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Senate has cleared a bill allowing penalization of paid voter registration groups through fines for too many incomplete signup forms and criminal charges for violating new requirements.
NASHVILLE — A voucher-like proposal has split the Tennessee House and Senate as lawmakers wrestle over the details in this year’s top legislative issue.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials are announcing the predicted peak dates for viewing the park’s synchronous fireflies this year.
A fire has caused significant damage to one of the oldest courthouses in Tennessee.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee House has advanced a proposal that would keep the state on daylight saving time year-round.
NASHVILLE — A $13 million proposal to install cameras on school buses in order to catch drivers who properly fail to stop when students are being dropped off is advancing in Tennessee.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee lawmakers are expanding a pilot project that would allow more people to vote at any polling site inside their county.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee House has advanced a bill aimed at giving FedEx $21.3 million in tax breaks over seven years for its $1.3 billion Memphis hub expansion.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Lee’s office is declining to answer questions surrounding why the Republican has not called a meeting of the Capitol Commission to address the bust of a Confederate cavalry general and early Ku Klux Klan leader on display in
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NASHVILLE — A new state commission would manage appeals from charter schools whose requests to operate are denied by local school boards, under legislation advanced by the Tennessee House on Wednesday.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all interstate construction this week to help Easter holiday traffic flow more smoothly.
NASHVILLE — A Tennessee push to outlaw childlike sex dolls has advanced in the Legislature.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Monday unveiled his long awaited school-choice agenda, announcing a sweeping proposal that would boost the number of parents who can use education savings accounts to pay tuition at private elementary and secondary schools.
Despite the stress and strain involved with the transition to Tennessee’s highest office, Gov. Elect Bill Lee is maintaining the same optimistic attitude that got him elected Tennessee’s 50th governor.