While Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., has strongly disagreed with President Donald Trump’s administration on a number of issues in the past – most recently voicing his opposition to new tariffs against trade partners and the executive’s escalation of anti-immigration policies – the senator is with the administration when it comes to health care.
Postpartum Support International of Tennessee will be holding their Climb Out of the Darkness fundraising event on Saturday at 9 a.m. to honor the courageous women who have fought and struggled with maternal mental health issues.
Michael’s, together with the Starlight Children’s Foundation, donated four mobile gaming centers to Niswonger Tuesday morning.
On Monday, TVA researchers had some extra help as they assessed the fish and insects living in Doe River at Covered Bridge Park in Elizabethton.
After a statewide campaign to oppose what many have dubbed the “sanctuary city bill,” Gov. Bill Haslam allowed HB 2315 to become law without his signature on May 21.
Only high school students will have to take the online version of the TNReady assessment next year after encountering issues in the spring, the state announced Thursday.
Some medical educators have concerns that future physicians might not know their patients well enough and may need more guidance in the modern health care system.
While recent polls show that nearly 65 percent of Tennesseans support Medicaid expansion, a provision allowed as part of the Affordable Care Act, state legislators have not voted to expand health care coverage in the state.
Two people suffered minor injuries after a collision at the intersection of Boone and West Market Streets around 9 a.m. Tuesday, Johnson City police said.
Since 2012, the U.S. Olympic Training Site at East Tennessee State University has hosted their Olympic Day at Science Hill High School to get kids active.