Federal agents have charged three more Tennesseans linked to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump. Agents again used social media posts to aid in the identifications.
Nashville students won’t be returning to school buildings after Martin Luther King Day next week. The district began the spring semester with students in all grades attending classes online.
President-elect Joe Biden is outlining his COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan in Wilmington, Del. You can watch live here — at approximately 2:40 p.m. Friday afternoon.
The Tennessee General Assembly has approved the so-called Medicaid block grant. Lawmakers spent just two days rushing it through. The House passed the agreement on Friday morning, while the Senate did so on Thursday.
Police have repeatedly asserted that officers did not have enough evidence for a search warrant when the Christmas bomber’s girlfriend reported he was building explosives in 2019. But some legal experts say otherwise.
Starting next week, Nashville will change the hours of the COVID-19 community testing centers to 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the winter months.
President-elect Biden is set to deliver remarks Thursday evening — in which he will “outline his vaccination and economic rescue legislative package.” You can watch the event here live at 6:15 p.m.
A resident of a downtown apartment building surveys what he lost and assesses whether to return.
Tennessee lawmakers rarely debate consequential legislation in the first few days of a session. But the General Assembly is forgoing precedent to alter how the state’s Medicaid program receives federal funding, and in the process will be altering roughly a third of the state budget before the Biden administration takes over.
WPLN News reached out to local and state police, asking what measures each agency will be taking to ensure safety at the scheduled gatherings