MEMPHIS — A former student at a private Tennessee college has pleaded guilty to downloading exams and changing grades to preserve his scholarship.
One transplanted family says Tennessee makes it almost impossible for someone to break into the liquor business from out of state.
MEMPHIS — A sheriff’s deputy in Tennessee has been charged with illegally buying opioid pills from an undercover detective.
MEMPHIS — Officials say two elderly people were killed in a house fire in Tennessee.
Tennessee’s education department is advising local school officials that it’s not their role to determine whether students and their families are in the country legally or not under a new state law against sanctuary cities.
CORDOVA — A Tennessee woman charged with child abuse says her 4-month-son suffered third-degree burns while taking a bath.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A charter bus carrying a youth football team from Tennessee crashed early Monday in central Arkansas, killing one child and injuring at least 45 other people, authorities said.
NASHVILLE — Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty will be holding vigils across the state on Thursday ahead of the scheduled execution of Edmund Zagorski.
MEMPHIS — Police in Tennessee say five people have been shot at a Memphis apartment building.
MEMPHIS — Mississippi police say a woman led officers on a car chase that ended in Tennessee when she fled on foot and left behind her 1-year-old baby.
MEMPHIS — Protesters gathered at the scene where officers in Tennessee shot a man who remains in critical condition.
NASHVILLE — A second U.S. Senate debate between Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn and Democratic ex-Gov. Phil Bredesen is set for Oct. 10 in Knoxville.
NASHVILLE — Democrat Phil Bredesen is proposing four debates before the November election for U.S. Senate against Republican Marsha Blackburn, whose campaign says she’s still finalizing her debate schedule but looks forward to debating Bredesen.
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MEMPHIS — Former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean and Tennessee House Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh are expressing support for eliminating criminal punishment for possessing small amounts of marijuana statewide if they are elected governor.
Memphis Greenspace Inc., the nonprofit that recently removed Confederate statues from two city parks, must keep and preserve the monuments, a court ordered on Monday.