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TSU announces appointments to seven administrative positions

Two of new hires come from Jackson State University, where Glover worked before starting at TSU in January More

6th Circuit upholds ruling in favor of MNPS' 2008 rezoning plan

Frances Spurlock sued MNPS after rezoning made Hillwood, Pearl-Cohn clusters more racially isolated More

Lawmaker cited for speeding by traffic camera cosponsors bill to take it down

Rep. Jon Lundberg says employee was driving at the time and ticket had nothing to do with sponsoring bill   More

‘Ag Gag’ on Haslam’s desk, but sponsor’s farm has history of issues

Governor, who's vetoed one bill in his tenure, received AG legal opinion calling bill 'constitutionally suspect'   More

Weekly Obsession: Keep your New South, I’ll be up on the Hill

Find me sunburned, stumbling when the starter sends them speeding in the Iroquois Steeplechase More

Glover taps old friend to speak at TSU graduation: Jesse Jackson

Friendship dates back to 1960s when Glover’s father worked as a sanitation supervisor in Memphis More
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Second suspect arrested in September shooting death in Antioch motel parking lot

Charles Childs is charged with first-degree murder in shooting death of Abanzer Tsegaye More

State attorney general calls 'Ag Gag' bill 'constitutionally suspect'

In opinion issued regarding Livestock Protection Act, AG Cooper says bill is 'underinclusive' in who it involves More

Q&A: Harwell talks fallout, Ramsey says he became ‘Boogeyman’ at end of session

Legislature's two speakers talk about end-of-session tension, how they are now, and how next session will be More

Tieche fired as elections chief, Gotto to quit county election commission

The commission voted 4 to 1 to fire Tieche and Gotto announced his resignation in protest More

Madison couple accused of growing 'high grade' pot, possessing guns

Madison Flex officers arrested Robert and Daisy Burgeis Wednesday after claiming to smell pot odor More

Yarbro, Holleman both say they will run for Henry's Senate seat

Doug Henry announced earlier this week that he would retire in 2014 after five decades in state Senate More

Pedestrian clinging to life after being hit on I-40

Accident happened Wednesday downtown in eastbound lanes of I-40 near I-24 and tied up traffic for hours More

Federal agents charge undocumented woman in alleged tax fraud scheme

Court documents claim Honduran nationals in Tenn. have devised scheme to collect false tax returns More

Work to convert Fifth Avenue North to two-way street begins Thursday

Blocks of Fifth between Broadway and James Robertson will periodically close through Saturday More

Six people charged with meth manufacturing after Donelson home raid

Authorities say they found makings of meth lab and meth had been cooked in home on Monday night More

Sen. Douglas Henry confirms he will not seek reelection

Henry was first elected to state House in 1955 and has been fixture in Senate since 1971 More

Council defers home studio, land swap bills

Barry says home studio bill had votes to pass, but she wants more support and understanding from both sides More

Browns owner Haslam apologizes to fans

Haslam was featured speaker Monday night at Northeastern Ohio Chapter of National Football Foundation   More

Two Tenn. Scouts groups oppose lifting ban on gays

Middle, West Tenn. councils have come out in support of current national policy excluding homosexuals More