Tennessee has outsourced most of its contact tracing to a medical billing company with no experience in epidemiology. And despite spending tens of millions of dollars on the effort, the state has published very little evidence to show how the company is doing.
Immigrant and refugee households have represented an outsized share of coronavirus cases in Nashville. But the city is still playing catch-up to provide critical services to contain the spread of COVID-19, especially among Spanish speakers.
Police reform is never quick or easy.
When Officer Andrew Delke takes the stand, he won’t be the only one on trial; the police department, the city of Nashville, and their long, often messy struggle for civil rights, will also be front and center.
Are police officers trained to kill? Find out on episode 2 of Deadly Force.
The lives of two 25-year-old men — one a white police officer, the other a black man with a criminal history — change forever after meeting at a Nashville intersection.
About 600 inmates and staff have since tested positive for the virus, making the Bledsoe County Correctional Complex one of the largest hotspots in the country.
A WPLN News investigation finds that the facility downplayed the outbreak to first responders. But the nursing home administrator says there was no stopping the coronavirus.
Nine months before Nashville Officer Andrew Delke shot and killed Daniel Hambrick, he was criticized by his supervisors. But not for use of force. It was a night when Delke didn’t pull his gun.
One of Vanderbilt University’s highest-profile administrators has quietly helped defend cigarette makers against lawsuits from sickened smokers for the…