Frontier Health will be holding a course entitled “Question, Persuade and Refer,” which will teach attendees how to help save the lives of people suffering from suicidal depression.
The search for a man wanted by Johnson City authorities for murder led to a rude awakening for a Bradley County, Tennessee, family when a SWAT team raided the wrong home.
The Johnson City Elks Lodge constructed the piece, and the Washington County Library filled the little free library with books funded by the Jonesborough Community Chest.
A Northeast Tennessee legislator will be among the members of a new state panel to advise the state about Ballad Health’s oversight.
The bears ripped the screens off a man’s house and chased him inside. The bears were also reported to have broken into vehicles and chased construction workers.
New Vision Academy came under scrutiny in March after an anonymous whistleblower sent a detailed report to school board member Amy Frogge, who forwarded it to the district.
A board of representatives will determine how the awarded funds are distributed to service agencies within the county.
The national average price for gas stands at $2.92, which is the highest gas prices have been since 2014.
NASHVILLE — Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says he’s allowing legislation billed as a push against sanctuary cities to become law without his signature, saying it has stirred up irrational fear on both sides.
Preregistration is required, and the workshop will begin with check-in at 8:30 a.m. local time. The workshop will end at 4 p.m.
We believe the question of whether to allow smoking in a vehicle in which a child is present is one of personal liberty — the child’s liberty to enjoy pollutant-free air and a life free of negative health effects.
Six U.S. states on Tuesday sued the maker of the opioid OxyContin of using deceptive marketing to boost drug sales that fueled opioid overdose deaths.
NASHVILLE — An analysis has found Tennessee’s Department of Children’s Services investigated 647 allegations of child abuse or neglect involving students at more than 460 schools during a recent 20-month period.
Officials have said no voting data was affected, but the site was down for an hour before technicians fixed the “denial of service” problem.
LAWRENCEBURG — A Tennessee sheriff and one of his high-ranking employees have been indicted on official misconduct charges.