WPLN News reached out to local and state police, asking what measures each agency will be taking to ensure safety at the scheduled gatherings
Tennessee’s two Democratic representatives voted with the majority in favor of impeaching the president for inciting an insurrection. Not a single Tennessee Republican voted in favor of the measure.
Some of the Tennesseans who’ve been out of work the longest during the pandemic ran out of unemployment benefits just before Christmas.
The number of people newly asking for unemployment in Tennessee jumped dramatically last week, with more than 16,000 filings. That’s the highest number of people putting in an initial claim since late July.
Tennessee has released a new tool to help residents determine when they should expect to receive their COVID-19 vaccines.
Commissioners on the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation voted unanimously Tuesday to start the process of removing a Confederate monument from Centennial Park.
AT&T is still recovering from the massive damage caused by the Christmas Day bombing. The blast knocked out service across the region. Although service is largely restored, experts say the incident is a reason to rethink how we design crucial networks. When service was wiped out, residents, businesses and law enforcement across the state were […]
Damage and service outages caused by the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville are continuing to interrupt public services Monday, including closing several state office buildings.
The latest information about the Nashville explosion, as of Saturday.
Updated 10:00 p.m. Central Time Law enforcement agencies around Nashville and as far away as Knox County and Kentucky, reported their 911 lines were down, though some are back up. Most flights out of Nashville International Airport are taking off again after departures were suspended. And hospitals report having difficulty making or receiving calls.