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Monday marks 224 years since the day Tennessee joined the union in 1796. Normally, area historical museums open their doors to visitors to celebrate. Tennesseans... [Read More]
East Tennesseans came together for a peaceful demonstration on Sunday in Maryville. We're told more than 800 people attended the vigil put on by the... [Read More]
Nashville is practically unrecognizable compared to two months ago.First, the deadly tornado destroyed parts of the city.And then, the coronavirus pandemic forced the city's economy,... [Read More]
JACKSON, Tenn.– "Our goal and our objective with these protest, is to simply bring awareness to the injustice that's going on, with our black indigenous... [Read More]
George Floyd's death in Minneapolis sparked protests across the country, including right here in Jackson. West Tennesseans came together to hold a protest in honor... [Read More]
Hundreds of thousands of Tennesseans have picked up free face masks provided by the state, never suspecting that those masks might carry their own health... [Read More]
As the state reopens, state offices are preparing for Tennesseans to enter their lobbies and the Tennessee Department of Human Services is implementing new precautions... [Read More]
The coronavirus pandemic caused Tennesseans to curtail movement. We're venturing back out but restaurants, churches and doctors are still hit hard. [Read More]
Many immigrants and refugees are working on the front lines of the pandemic, ensuring that our communities are healthy, safe and fed. [Read More]
The 2020 census concludes in mid-August. So far, only 60.2% of Tennesseans have participated. [Read More]
The whirlwind of being stuck at home for months may be coming to an end for Tennesseans but for some, their homes may be their... [Read More]
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -We're still hearing from many Tennesseans having issues getting any answers from the TN Department of Labor and Workforce Development. [Read More]
The number of new unemployment claims filed by Tennesseans decreased for the seventh consecutive week, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Labor &... [Read More]
 NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee's Economic Recovery Group issued new guidelines on Thursday for noncontact sports, camps and higher education under the Tennessee... [Read More]
The Tennessee Poll conducted by ETSU has found that Tennesseans, despite being largely optimistic about the way the state is headed, they do believe COVID-19... [Read More]
The Department of Labor and Workforce Development said by May 23, a total of 558,621 Tennesseans have filed for unemployment. [Read More]
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee released an overview of administrative actions taken to address the public health and economic crisis created by COVID-19. He said,... [Read More]
With new safety measures, drive-ins across Tennessee offer entertainment at a social distance amid the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
More than 550,000 Tennesseans have filed for unemployment since mid-March, though the state's number of new weekly claims continues to slowly decline. [Read More]
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