Heightened demand for cars has their assembly lines running full tilt, but automakers are unsure how hard to push reluctant workers to get vaccinated.
Three men incarcerated at a private prison about 50 miles outside Nashville have been charged with crimes — some as serious as murder. All three were indicted last week and have been transferred to Riverbend Maximum Security Prison.
Noise from the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway has long been a source of conflict. But a new study presented to the fairgrounds’ board offers options for a quieter racetrack.
Hair stylists and barbers are notorious confidantes. So much so that a new Tennessee law, passed during the pandemic, will soon require them to recognize signs of domestic violence.
Students and teachers in Metro Nashville Public Schools’ summer program will no longer be required to wear masks in classrooms and outdoors, starting Monday.
Mayor John Cooper’s office has released a new report outlining nine recommendations to increase affordable housing in Nashville that sets a deadline of 2024 to increase the city’s stock significantly.
Students at Middle Tennessee State University will see a higher price tag next year, even though many urged the school not to raise costs.
Tennesseans have known for a number of weeks that federal unemployment help is coming to an end, but a new report brings into focus just how big an impact that may have.
A new survey from Vanderbilt University shows that Tennesseans have strong differences in their beliefs on racial inequality. While 90% of Democrats believe that the legacy of slavery still affects Black people, only 29% of Republicans agree.
The Metro Public Health Department has announced a pilot program to send out text messages about spikes in overdose activity. It hopes the program, which was developed by the Partnership to End Addiction, will reach individuals at risk of suffering an overdose.