Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti has joined a coalition of 24 conservative states in an effort to overturn a recent U.S. Supreme Court order on border control.
The Debbie and Marie Domestic Violence Protection Act would require offenders arrested for aggravated domestic violence to wear a GPS monitoring device until their court date. The victim would be provided with a device that would notify them if their abuser is within a certain distance.
Disability Rights Tennessee and the Youth Law Center have published a new report on the state’s juvenile criminal justice system, offering suggestions on how to prevent abuse inside detention facilities, and set kids up for success after they leave.
Metro Nashville Public Schools ranks among the top school districts in the country for academic recovery since the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Stanford and Harvard.
First-time political candidates are often spurred into action by personal experiences. Three new Democratic candidates on the ballot this fall in Tennessee are making the personal political through advocacy and action. Here’s what to know about Shaundelle Brooks, Allie Phillips and Luis Mata.
Gov. Bill Lee has returned from a weekend trip to Eagle Pass, Texas. The border town is where the current legal battle between state and federal authorities over razor wire began — and where more than 125 Tennessee National guardsmen are currently deployed.
This weekend, Governor Bill Lee is headed to Texas as the state’s governor, Greg Abbott, defies a Supreme Court order authorizing the removal of razor wire at the border.
A group of anti-abortion protestors who blockaded a Mt. Juliet reproductive care clinic were found guilty of several felonies by a federal jury on Tuesday. Each could face up to 10.5 years in prison and $260,000 in fines.
A Chancery Court judge has set the dates for the lawsuit related to the release of the Covenant School assailant’s writings.
Dozens of gun reform advocates returned to the capitol for the first day of Tennessee’s legislative session. Among them were several parents of students who attend the Covenant School, where a shooting in March left three 9-year-old children and three adults dead.