Tennessee has completed first doses for all of its nursing home residents, and Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey expects a similar milestone for those in assisted living “in the next few days.”
The state of Tennessee is taking stock of its coronavirus relief spending and preparing for the next round of federal aid. Thus far, the state has spent just over $2 billion, or 91% of its allotment.
Pedestrian deaths set a record in Nashville in 2019 and then hit an even deadlier level last year with 39 lives lost. Now an analysis from advocacy group Walk Bike Nashville is identifying trends in the incidents.
Woody Hunt is one of just six college baseball coaches to top 1,600 wins. He also coached 99 players who went on to professional contracts, including two major leaguers.
If you haven’t been thinking about electric scooters lately, well, Metro officials have been. Nashville has narrowed down its finalists for the scooter companies that will be permitted in the city.
Federal agents have charged four more Tennesseans linked to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump.
This interactive timeline traces the pivotal moments preceding and following the blast that shook downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.
Tennessee Congressman Chuck Fleischmann has tested positive for COVID-19. The Chattanooga-area Republican received his result Sunday, noting he had contact with his infected roommate in Washington, D.C., who happens to be a Florida representative.
Five of downtown Nashville’s historic buildings will likely undergo at least partial demolition because of damage from the Christmas morning blast. And six more remain at imminent risk of collapse.
Updated 10:15 p.m. Friday. Nashville officials have determined what caused a horn to sound for more than 5 hours at a Cumberland River barge site on Sunday, and city police have secured cellphone numbers for the company to make contact if it happens in the future.