FBI Director Christopher Wray is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the Jan. 6 insurrection, domestic extremism and other threats. Watch the hearing live at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The low rate of COVID-related deaths in Davidson County may not be as low as Nashville officials have taken credit for in recent weeks. The city has now disclosed that its medical examiner has been running way behind in confirming local fatalities ever since the winter surge.
Several commemorations are taking place this week to remember the deadly and destructive March 2020 tornadoes.
Some Middle Tennessee counties, including Rutherford and Williamson, are letting their mask mandates expire, following a recent plunge in new and active cases.
After the tornado, fears rose that North Nashville survivors would be pressured to sell — and some were swarmed with offers. But a year later, some homeowners are well on their way to rebuilding.
Strong storms has the region on the lookout for tornadoes and possible flooding.
A night of storms. 100 miles of chaos. 25 lives lost. Thousands of buildings destroyed. One year later, where are we now?
A bill that would limit participation of transgender athletes comes to the House and Senate floors, Republican senators move to ban student-athletes’ protests during the national anthem, and a key lawmaker explains why he supports a bill that would allow the governor to force schools to reopen.
Rebuilding after a natural disaster is always more emotional than the typical construction project. And it’s especially hard for those in Putnam County who were traumatized by last year’s destructive and deadly EF-4 tornado.
Like many in Cookeville, Randy Pitts has been mourning an unimaginable loss: The 2020 tornado claimed his daughter, son-in-law and grandson. Yet Randy has found that his loss has made him a better counselor as he ministers to his storm-struck community.