Democratic state lawmakers say that their possible expulsion from the Tennessee General Assembly is a threat to democracy.
At least 100 activists gathered in front of Tennessee’s legislative offices to demand gun reform in the wake of the Covenant School shooting.
Anna Caudill spoke to This Is Nashville about Dr. Katherine Koonce, who she knew as a fellow educator, mentor and, most of all, friend.
How many tornadoes will Nashville have this year? That’s a difficult question to answer, even for weather experts.
WPLN’s senior health care reporter Blake Farmer is leaving Nashville Public Radio. Blake has been at WPLN for 18 years in a variety of roles — news director, morning host, you name it — beginning just after college when he freelanced his way into a full-time reporter role.
After nearly 22 years, Paul Shane Garrett was exonerated for murder. But why did it take the criminal justice system that long to clear an innocent man’s name?
The 65th Grammy Awards, held this past Sunday in Los Angeles, featured several fascinating firsts and notable new additions.
Residents of West Nashville asked pointed questions to a developer during an appearance Wednesday on WPLN’s daily show This is Nashville.
Inmates on death row in Tennessee were granted reprieve on Friday when Gov. Bill Lee announced that the state’s highest court will not reschedule executions, for now.
The new judge will replace Justice Sharon Lee, who is retiring in August.