NASHVILLE — Records show candidates, political organizations and elected officials in Tennessee owe two state agencies nearly $2 million.
NASHVILLE — Former Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has told The Tennessean that he won’t run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander.
NASHVILLE Gov. Bill Lee has announced when he’ll call a special legislative session in order to allow the GOP-controlled House to elect a new speaker.
NASHVILLE — Trauma surgeon Manny Sethi said Monday that he’s running for a U.S. Senate seat opening in Tennessee.
KNOXVILLE — The Tennessee Supreme Court says it will decide whether a prosecutor can continue to charge some shoplifters with burglary.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s embattled House Speaker Glen Casada says he plans to resign following a vote of no confidence by his Republican caucus.
NASHVILLE — A Republican lawmaker says Tennessee GOP House Speaker Glen Casada tried to “rig and predetermine” an ethics review regarding his mounting scandals. He’s requesting Casada’s leadership resignation.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s embattled House speaker is now being accused of violating the state’s election laws after spending the past two weeks facing a long list of other scandals surrounding his office.
NASHVILLE — A man convicted of killing his wife decades ago at a camping center he managed in Memphis is set for execution Thursday evening in Tennessee.
NASHVILLE — Residents of Nashville are suing to close the city’s environmental code enforcement court, saying it was improperly implemented and unfairly affects poor citizens.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Lee is considering using private consultants to help develop and implement his political agenda.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s House speaker on Tuesday said he was wrong to participate in lewd conversations about women with his former chief of staff and described the language as “locker room talk” between adult men.
NASHVILLE — The Republican Tennessee House speaker’s chief of staff resigned Monday amid allegations that he sent sexually explicit and racist text messages, and after admitting he used cocaine inside a legislative office building when he held a
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NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Senate has cleared a bill allowing penalization of paid voter registration groups through fines for too many incomplete signup forms and criminal charges for violating new requirements.
NASHVILLE — A voucher-like proposal has split the Tennessee House and Senate as lawmakers wrestle over the details in this year’s top legislative issue.