In a sea of new daily COVID cases, health officials are often looking for clusters — a group of cases linked to a particular time and place. But what can be even harder to figure out is how each outbreak spreads from its source and spawns even more clusters in the region.
In the weeks leading up to a historic, pandemic-induced drop in the stock market, U.S. Rep. Phil Roe made hundreds of financial transactions. He purchased shares of companies such as Zoom and vaccine-maker Moderna, and sold shares in Disney and a popular cruise line.
Listen / 1100 Broadway. For 82 years, it was the center of Nashville journalism. Two daily newspapers — the Banner and The Tennessean — called it home. But as of this week, the building stands dark.
Just as parent company Gannett spins off its newspaper business, The Tennessean has announced cuts and a complete reshuffling of its newsroom.
Starting in January, the print edition of The Tennessean will get a little bigger. The paper is inserting about a dozen pages from USA Today. Both publications are owned by media giant Gannett.
The City Paper will be no more come Aug. 9. Owner SouthComm says the free online and print publication has been losing money for too long.