A heavy fine, but no suspensions, come after two dozen players and staff members tested positive for the virus.
The ruling, which called the state’s 48-hour waiting period “gratuitously demeaning,” came at a pivotal moment for abortion access, as the Senate considers Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court.
The same spirit of innovation that made it possible to track storms has helped a Tennessee county prepare for online learning and a return to classrooms.
The crash, which occurred near an airport 70 miles southeast of Nashville, is being investigated by the F.A.A. and the National Transportation Safety Board.
Providing free meals is a crucial function for schools.
The U.S. military, with its experience in disasters and its multiple medical corps, could do more to end the pandemic.
A century ago, opponents unleashed chaos to try to sabotage the expansion of voting rights. The strange interlude still holds lessons in how backlash works today.
On Aug. 18, 1920, a young state legislator listened to his mama, and Tennessee became the final state to ratify the 19th Amendment.
Ms. Bradshaw, an environmental justice advocate, is the first Black woman to be nominated for the Senate by a major party in Tennessee. “Working people showed that my viability was different,” she said.
The fractious race to replace the outgoing Lamar Alexander signified an end to the moderate tenor that has long defined Tennessee Republicanism.
In their first week back, students have faced altered classrooms and emergency quarantines. Here’s what they say school is like in the age of Covid-19.
Katrina Robinson allegedly used the funds for personal expenses — including her wedding, honeymoon and later divorce — as well as a campaign event, according to a criminal complaint.
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.
Tennessee’s governor said anyone in his state could be tested for the coronavirus, and the state would pay. That did not stop the virus from roaring back.
Disability rights groups said state guidelines on who would, and who wouldn’t, receive coronavirus treatment during a shortage was discriminatory.
The coronavirus scuttled plans and forced officials to ask people to get out of the woods. Of the thousands who hoped to hike the trail this year, only a few hundred remain.
A suspect has been charged in the case, and the police have set up a mediation between the Rev. Keith Caldwell and a police officer who he said was dismissive of the matter.
Matt and Noah Colvin reached a settlement this week with the Tennessee attorney general in the widely publicized price-gouging case.
Even as some states move to restart their economies, coronavirus hot spots are emerging, including at a state prison in Ohio.
As the numbers show, the timing of social distancing can have an enormous impact on death tolls.
In states with many uninsured citizens, few hospitals and leaders who have not required citizens to stay home, a disaster is looming.
Business owners, pastors and others are voluntarily closing their doors as the coronavirus spreads, seeking to fill a void when clarity from political leaders is lacking.
A powerful storm system cut a path through the middle of Tennessee early Tuesday morning, toppling electrical lines and littering streets with debris.