State News-Tennessee

Cancer charities accused of massive fraud in receivership

The president of two Tennessee-based cancer charities accused of spending donations on six-figure salaries and luxury vacations has agreed to relinquish control of the businesses.

Governor Haslam gives teachers a choice of whether to include TNReady test scores in...

His proposal would let them choose whether to use TNReady scores of their students in their teacher evaluations

Ex Vol charged with enticing 14 year old for sex in Florida

Mack Crowder was a senior lineman on UT team last year
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Tennessee Senate committee votes to hire new employees to clear Open Records backlog

600 cases are on hold because there is no one to work them

Looking Ahead to February 17, 2016

The jury in the Clara Edwards murder trial in Catoosa County gets the case, Cleveland's new Raider Arena, and Tennessee lawmakers vote on refugees.

GOP sponsor withdraws abortion ultrasound bill in Tennessee

The sponsor of a bill seeking to require ultrasound information to be shared with pregnant women seeking an abortion in Tennessee has withdrawn the measure from consideration.

UT president says school thriving despite legal troubles

University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro pushed back against recent criticisms of the school, telling school supporters that "the long arm of the government" is reaching further and further into university matters.
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Tennessee Senate Committee votes to fight Federal refugees coming here

Now goes to full vote in the state senate

Governor and First Lady want Tennessee kids to Read to be Ready

First couple launches new literacy campaign this week

Agency: Y-12’s lithium supply good through 2028

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (AP) - The National Nuclear Security Administration says it has identified "other sources" of purified lithium for use in refurbishing nuclear...

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