How wine-in-grocery-stores bill died in the House

While the measure is dead, it’s unclear whether fans of bill will try to resurrect it or wait until next year More

Jameson looks to hold off Bell, Byrd in Democratic judgeship primary

Mike Jameson wants voters to keep him in the judge’s seat, but Rachel Bell and Jack Byrd say they’d do a better job More

Councilmen, state rep back Davis over Murray in District 5 runoff

Former councilwoman, newspaper man square off in election set for Thursday More

House Dems want surplus tax collections for scholarships, cutting food sales tax

Fitzhugh says revenues should go to taxpayers and not to state More

Spurned by legislature, unions look to impact next council

City's elections arrive during a period of uncertainty for organized labor More

Spurned by state legislature, unions look to make mark on next Metro Council

City's elections arrive during a period of uncertainty for organized labor More

House approves tort reform; Haslam ready to sign bill

Legislation places $750,000 cap on most so-called noneconomic damages More

Do Metro's public school 'academies' live up to promise?

School district’s turnaround approach has taken a lashing of late from critics who suggest it's creating a workforce — not educating it More

State House votes to nullify Metro's anti-gay bias legislation

Casada says bill creates 'homogenous' business climate throughout state More

State House member demands Metro schools officials reinstate Hillsboro High educator

Mike Stewart says removal of Mary Catherine Bradshaw a bad public policy decision More
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