A federal court of appeals upheld a decision Friday to allow abortion clinics to stay open in Tennessee, despite the state’s ban on “non-emergency” medical procedures due to concerns around COVID-19. In early April, Gov. Bill Lee banned all abortion services other than those administered with a pill, which are only available until 11 weeks […]
The state Democratic Caucus says Gov. Bill Lee is putting lives at risk by lifting the “Safer-at-Home” order for most of Tennessee.
Nashville could begin easing stay-at-home orders as early as the first week of May, officials said. This means re-opening retail and commercial businesses, with proper social distancing protocols.
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The Davidson County jail has confirmed its first case of an inmate with COVID-19, the sheriff’s office said in a statement. The individual is now in quarantine and his symptoms are described as “mild.”
Four locations of two competing crafts stores and a vape shop are among those businesses closed after violating the Safer At Home order, city officials said Monday.
Gov. Bill Lee is earmarking $10 million in grants for small and rural hospitals, his office announced Monday.
Nashville now has 1,034 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 110 in the past day, officials said at a daily briefing Monday. And there have been 6 deaths linked to the virus.
Andrea Howat works as a tour manager in Nashville. As part of our new series “Dispatches from Quarantine,” Howat sent WPLN News a voice message about losing work and trying to find some sanity amidst the stress of coronavirus.
The winds came with little warning in the early hours of March 3 — Super Tuesday.