Juneteenth has historically been a day that most people didn’t know existed. But this year, it was met with widespread recognition, as thousands of residents flocked to celebrations across Middle Tennessee.
Amazon says it is upping its commitment to funding affordable housing in Nashville.
Tennessee’s Black and Hispanic students are far from having access to an equal education when compared to their peers. A new report from education nonprofit SCORE shows that the racial inequities seen in K-12 are also apparent in public colleges.
The Tennessee Board of Regents is weighing a small tuition and fee increase for the next academic year. The governing body over the state’s community and technical colleges will vote on the increase on June 18.
Nashville’s latest multi-phase park project is getting closer to completion after a yearslong administrative process.
Vanderbilt baseball is heading back to the College World Series for the fifth time in a decade, and Tennessee will play for the national championship for the first time in 16 years after both won best-of-three super-regional series over the weekend.
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.
More than a dozen Nashville police officers will begin piloting a new crisis intervention program at the end of the month.
A Nashville criminal court judge heard defense arguments Friday that will determine what evidence will be approved for use in the murder trial of Metro Police Officer Andre Delke.
Fisk University in North Nashville is showing no signs of slowing its growth. The historically Black college is preparing to enter the fall semester with more students and a stronger academic class than in previous years.