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KNOXVILLE — Saving a historic building or property that is threatened with demolition or significant change is usually never easy for preservationists.
NASHVILLE — Critics of Common Core standards are hoping to use legislation that broadens the scope of American history teaching requirements to bypass committees that have been holding up action on their bills to terminate or delay Common Core.
KNOXVILLE — Two people were wounded in a shooting Saturday night on East Magnolia Avenue, according to Lt. Bryan Malone of the Knoxville Police Department.
Tennessee has a state bird, a state flower, a pair of state rocks and several state songs. Why not a state artifact?
A colony of bats at Maryville College in Maryville, Tenn., got a new home Wednesday after being displaced.
The Sevier County mother who tried to set her infant son on fire was sentenced to eight years in jail with the possibility for parole after serving 30 percent of the term, 4th Judicial District Attorney Jimmy Dunn said.
KNOXVILLE — A 60-year-old University of Tennessee employee has been identified as the motorist whose rolling car trapped her against a Fort Sanders parking garage wall Monday morning.
WASHINGTON — Gov. Bill Haslam has asked U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to come up with a proposal that would give Tennessee more flexibility to expand Medicaid coverage.
KNOXVILLE — A 48-year-old woman allegedly admitted to downing two beers and five shots of whiskey before plunging a pickup into an indoor pool at a South Knox County fitness center, arrest warrants state.
WASHINGTON — Gov. Bill Haslam dismissed speculation Friday he might run for president in 2016, saying it’s not something he is interested in pursuing.