Posted: 01/18/2007 - Former Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Charles H. O'Brien died Thursday at age 86.
Posted: 01/18/2007 - More Tennessee National Guard members will head to the US-Mexico border to help patrol for illegal immigrants.
Updated: 01/18/2007 - In a stunning reversal, Consumer Reports magazine has withdrawn a widely publicized warning which has alleged that most child safety seats are unsafe in side impact collisions.
Posted: 01/18/2007 - Nashville Police patrolling crowded Downtown streets are upgrading from bicycles to motorized scooters to cover more ground while still avoiding traffic jams.
Posted: 01/18/2007 - Governor Bredesen says Tennessee doesn't try to be the most generous state in the southeast with tax breaks to attract corporate investment.
Updated: 01/18/2007 - Flights in and out of McGhee Tyson are being affected by the wintry weather across the country. Inside: Check your flight status.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - We're learning more about the last seconds inside the cockpit of Comair Flight 5191, as it crashed into the ground in Lexington, Kentucky in August killing 49 of 50 people on board.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - Soon parents whose children play on the internet social site MySpace will be able to keep a closer eye on what they do in cyber space.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - A new report from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission shows fewer than half of the 2004 college freshmen who had lottery-funded scholarships managed to keep them for two years.
Updated: 01/17/2007 - The House overwhelmingly approved a bill Wednesday that would cut the interest rate on many student loans in half.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - One of the most popular swimming holes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has become too popular to continue to support bluff jumping.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - Amateur historians say they think a Confederate burial ground lies near Knoxville College.
Posted: 01/17/2007 - Leave your guns at home if you're going to the courthouse in Clinton.
Posted: 01/16/2007 - The partnership for education facilities assessment finds the need for two new schools, closing two existing schools, and spending money to improve eight others.