Clinton, Gore among many who bid farewell to Ned McWherter

Friends remember the late governor as a skilled politician — and honorable man More

Dean names ex-Bredesen aide as chief administrative officer

Conyers will assist Mayor's Office in various roles More

Haslam stresses 'rigorous diet' for bloated government in first State of the State address

Governor unveils budget, proposes abolishing 1,100 state employee jobs More

Poll reveals Bredesen would beat Corker in U.S. Senate race

Public Policy Polling shows Corker's 42 percent approval rating 'pretty average'  More

Weekly Obsession: Back in business again

Ex-Bredesen staffers join Karl Dean's team More

State Republicans move to make attorney general an elected office

Beavers’ resolution could put the measure to a popular vote in 2014 More

Forrester criticizes Haslam for ending income disclosure rules

Democratic Party chair says new governor's move shows lack of transparency  More

Haslam concedes layoffs a possibility during first year

Gov.-elect had pledged no state employee cuts during post-election AP interview More

Bredesen leaves office content, sees 'one more good career'

Governor reflects on state of the state, says TennCare his main disappointment More

Alexander pleased government reviewing mining ban petition

U.S. Interior Department assessing Bredesen effort to protect Upper Cumberland More
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