Suit demands Tennessee officials address inequities in the restoration process provided under the law.
Gov. Bill Lee signed a law that would impose harsher penalties on certain types of protests, like illegally camping on state property.
Tenn. State Sen. Katrina Robinson is accused of stealing the money for her personal expenses, including her wedding and subsequent divorce.
Marquita Bradshaw, a Tennessee native who has long tackled environmental issues, is looking to take her experience and passion to the United States Senate.
An educator, spiritual leader and entrepreneur raised in a family of successful community leaders, Stotts Pearson is once again standing up for the people of Tennessee.
Haynes, a public defender who is running to be the next U.S. representative for Tennessee’s 5th Congressional District, believes it's time for a fresh perspective.
Kimbrough Hayes, an attorney, and pastor who is running to be the next U.S. Senator from Tennessee is ready to bring about national change.
Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina are all taking steps to reopen businesses while enforcing social distancing guidelines.
The economic downturn in Memphis has affected single mother Jessica Sumlin, who was laid off before Christmas and is now facing eviction.
Michael J. Reynolds was at a bachelor party in Nashville, Tennessee, last July when he terrorized Conese Halliburton and her children.
Sevier County Commissioner Warren Hurst invoked hate and bigotry to describe how liberal Democrats were "ruining the country."
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Tupac Mosley, 17, has plans to attend Tennessee State University in the fall to study electrical engineering.
Bradley Watkins, 36, is facing two counts of aggravated assault after chasing a group of children in his car while wielding a gun and yelling racial slurs.
The man was arrested while documenting the harassment of two Black youth who had violated a "no hoodie" policy at a Memphis Mall.