A sweeping proposal made public Wednesday would bring software tech giant Oracle to Nashville. The company is pitching the city on a $1.2 billion office complex that would employ 8,500 people within the next decade.
A woman from East Nashville hospitalized with severe blood clots is believed to be one of the handful suffering from the syndrome after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine. The case was reported Wednesday in the Nashville Scene.
President Biden is giving an address Wednesday afternoon on plans to withdraw all remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11. His remarks are expected at 2:15 p.m. Eastern Time (1:15 p.m. Central). Watch live here.
A Murfreesboro man is the tenth Tennessean arrested by FBI agents on charges related to the January riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Nashville will begin the phased closure of its COVID-19 Overflow Shelter for people without housing.
Nashville school leaders are submitting an ambitious budget request to Mayor John Cooper and the Metro Council as they prepare for the new school year.
A major maker of COVID-19 testing swabs will create a new manufacturing and distribution operation in the town of Orlinda in Robertson County.
In Nashville at least 68 residents have been evicted since January. That’s despite the CDC’s federal eviction moratorium and a local housing court working to keep people in their homes.
Nashville’s new drive-thru vaccination site near Antioch is going to switch from the one-dose Johnson & Johnson shot to Pfizer, the city announced Tuesday. The Food and Drug Administration has recommended a nationwide pause on using the J&J vaccine because of half a dozen cases of blood clots. In response to the news from the […]
Tennessee could be off the table for future NFL, NCAA and FIFA competitions because of the state’s new transgender sports law.