Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee spoke out last week after Vice President Kamala Harris issued a statement to mark the 48th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide.
Federal prosecutors said a Tennessee man who carried flexible plastic handcuffs around the U.S. Capitol during the recent raid by Trump supporters is a danger to his community and a serious flight risk, and are asking that he be detained until trial.
On her 75th birthday, Dolly Parton has only one wish: “Let’s get to unearthing love.”
The Nashville Zoo is mourning the loss of its newborn Masai giraffe after the baby was accidentally stepped on by her mother.
A statue of Dolly Parton may be erected on the grounds of the Tennessee Capitol.
A Tennessee mother is warning the public about the importance of wearing masks after her 25-year-old son died of COVID-19 within a week of being admitted to the hospital.
Prior to his death, the man who detonated a Christmas Day bomb in downtown Nashville had sent out materials about his views to people he knew, federal investigators said Saturday.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press show officers visited Anthony Warner’s home in 2019 after his girlfriend told them he was building bombs in an RV trailer at his house.
Before a recreational vehicle exploded in downtown Nashville early Christmas morning, officers in the area knew something was wrong.
The man accused of exploding a bomb in Nashville on Christmas told a neighbor days earlier that "Nashville and the world is never going to forget me."
A Los Angeles entertainment executive reportedly received two houses in Tennessee free of charge from the man authorities say was responsible for the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville.
Federal authorities on Sunday identified the suspect in the Christmas Nashville RV bombing as Anthony Quinn Warner.
Federal authorities identified on Sunday the man they say is responsible for the Christmas Day bombing and said that he died in the explosion.
Nashville police urged nearby residents to get away as an ominous recording blared from a recreational vehicle.
Police in Rutherford and Wilson counties in Tennessee are investigating a white box truck parked outside of a local convenience store playing audio "similar to what was heard before the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville."
A reward of more than $300,000 has already been raised to help find the suspect behind the bombing in Nashville on Christmas morning.
Earlier Saturday, investigators said at a news conference they are looking at a number of individuals who may be connected to the bombing.
AT&T said Saturday that two portable cell sites have begun operating in the downtown area as workers set up others.
Nashville and federal authorities gave an update on the Christmas Day explosion Saturday afternoon.
Six police officers are being credited for helping to clear the scene before an RV exploded in downtown Nashville