After killing Amarah Banks and her two daughters, Arzel Ivery fled to Memphis to start a new life, Wisconsin police say.
The NBA player apologized after fans criticized him for "being misogynistic" with his insults of the Memphis Grizzlies' Jae Crowder.
If signed into law, adoption agencies in the state could be protected from suits if they refuse to place a child based on "religious or moral" beliefs.
Now that the head coach of the Tennesee Titans has his team within reach of the big game, good sense has prevailed.
Alex Friedmann has spent years working to improve prison conditions for incarcerated people. He now faces two felony charges.
The Patriots won’t be a part of the playoffs in the divisional round for the first time in 10 seasons.
Rep. Phil Roe of Tennessee will not run for reelection to Congress.
The Republican politician suggested honoring Dolly Parton or the enslaved people who built the state Capitol instead.
The chart-topping musician was arrested after driving the wrong way down a road in Nashville early Thursday morning, police say.
A video circulating online shows a man in a Popeyes uniform assaulting a woman in Tennessee.
Daniel Hunt told his grandmother that he was "happy crying."
Brandon Allen's principal had a message for online haters after his Tennessee high school shared a stunning picture of him receiving his crown in a gold dress.
Jill Hicks was trying to do a good deed when she plucked an animal she believed was a housecat from the side of a busy Tennessee road.
The wedding photographer said the uninvited guest "jacked my heart rate up to Jesus" when she noticed it behind the bride and groom.
The blaze broke out before kickoff near the tunnel where the Titans emerge.
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"I am, not just deeply ashamed, but deeply sorry for those tweets," Sawyer said in response to the controversial posts, which included anti-LGBTQ language.
The law subjects people who engage in voter registration to potential fines and even criminal penalties.
The progressive activist who helped tear down Memphis' Confederate monuments will be on the ballot Oct. 3.
Tennessee state Sen. Kerry Roberts denounced colleges and universities as a “liberal breeding ground” during his radio show last week.