According to performance reviews of Dr. Michelle Fiscus, the Tennessee vaccine official had been praised for exceeding expectations and being attentive to her team, which directly contradicts a memo that the health department sent to media outlets after her firing this week.
A letter from news director Emily Siner: Talk and good intentions aren’t worth anything without action, so I’m sharing what we’re thinking about in the hopes that you’ll hold us accountable to doing what we say.
Updated Monday at 6:20 a.m. After a day of uneasy anticipation, severe weather did not make its way far enough north to reach Tennessee on Wednesday.
The Metro Nashville Police Department’s chaplain is leaving, after serving in that role for more than two decades and as an officer for nearly 33 years. James Duke became an ordained minister and a chaplain after an arrest attempt turned into a near-death experience.
2020 was a year of nonstop crises for the WPLN Newsroom. Deadly tornadoes hit Nashville the morning of the Super Tuesday primaries, March 3; the pandemic swept through just as recovery was underway; protests lasted for several weeks over the summer; a presidential debate took place; and a man blew up part of downtown on […]
The National Weather Service says another round of wintry weather is expected to hit Middle Tennessee on Wednesday night.
Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are looking into a shooting by a police officer Wednesday afternoon. Metro Nashville Police confirmed the incident along Brick Church Pike, which they say happened in the parking lot of an Exxon gas station at the intersection with Trinity Lane.
Rep. David Byrd is unable to talk and receiving physical therapy after being on a ventilator for nearly a month, according to a family member who posted on Facebook on Wednesday.
A census of the blast zone finds that seven buildings are too unsafe to be occupied, and two are in danger of collapsing.