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The Tennessee State Employment Association says that if the state moves forward with privatization, layoffs for state employees are likely to follow.
The National Weather Service says some areas could receive up to a foot of snow.
Teachers and parents at Washington County, Tenn., schools have questioned whether images will be secure while on a third-party server.
You feel as though you might have to quit your job. Yeah, you're that desperate to get away from the treats that somebody's been leaving in the break room.
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One of the mortgage products that contributed to the housing crash is booming again: New home equity credit line borrowings soared by 42 percent in the final three months of 2013 and were up sharply f
“The Anatomist’s Wife” by Anna Lee Huber, is the first in what promises to be an original and compelling series.
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Peter Hart came close to having been murdered by his wife-to-be.
Rock City hosts a festival with Irish food, drinks, bands, Jig lessons, activities for kids and much more.
Step inside David McGee’s world.
Putting pseudoephedrine behind the counter would curb the meth problem in this region, local sheriffs and police chiefs said, so they’re asking Tennessee lawmakers to make the common allergy medicine
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Eighth-grade student Isaac Whitehead won a lottery two years ago. He wanted to attend the Innovation Academy, a cutting-edge school that focuses on science, technology, engineering
More than 90 athletes participated in Saturday’s Area 10 Special Olympics Bowling Tournament.
Kimberlee Crabtree, 43, smuggled contraband into the Jonesville prison for a prisoner, including a cell phone.
The $40 million project will add to and renovate the Virginia Department of Forensic Science's Western Laboratory, as well as the Western District Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
Of the system’s approximately 150 school bus drivers, 35 called in sick Friday after making morning rounds.