The family of a man killed when a concrete chunk went through his windshield is now offering a $10,000 reward for more information on the case.
Three states resumed executions of death row inmates in 2018 after long breaks, but nationwide, executions remained near historic lows. That's according to an annual report on the death penalty released Friday.
A Tennessee physician recently elected to Congress is being criticized by top state leaders for alleging without evidence that vaccines may cause autism.
The attorney for a black Tennessee man whose beating by a white sheriff's officer while he was handcuffed was caught on video says the officer should be fired immediately and then prosecuted.
The family of a teenager killed by an Alabama police officer last year has dropped its lawsuit after watching body and dash camera video of the shooting.
University of Tennessee Interim President Randy Boyd is rolling out an initiative aimed at providing the UT system with greater transparency and accountability.
The surprise arrest of Nissan's former chairman on charges of falsifying financial reports is providing a window into possible corporate intrigue at the Japanese automaker.
Police in Tennessee say a woman whose body was found along a road in 1975 was likely the victim of a serial killer who may have had 90 victims.
Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage faces a new challenge in his plan to have an out-of-state contractor run a 21-bed psychiatric residence using money budgeted for community mental health services.
Authorities say photos of a starving dog at a Tennessee shelter have circulated on Facebook and now the former manager is charged with animal cruelty.
The U.S. military has identified five Marines who were declared dead after their refueling plane collided with a fighter jet last week off Japan's southern coast.
Despite the end to federal oversight of a Tennessee county's juvenile justice system, a U.S. Department of Justice monitor says "blatantly unfair" practices persist.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the people responsible for stealing multiple firearms from a store near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line.
A former Memphis, Tennessee, police officer is facing federal charges of providing civilians with a badge and other police equipment so that they could pretend to be law enforcement officers during robberies.
Women seeking abortions in Nashville will now have to travel hours outside the city after the only clinic offering abortions in the region has temporarily halted its services.
A state government group says Tennessee should still keep a paper trail of voters' ballots roughly 10 years after coming out with a similar recommendation that resulted in little change.
A lingering storm kept dumping immobilizing snow, sleet or freezing rain across five southern states, leaving dangerously icy roads and hundreds of thousands of people without electricity. Authorities urged people to stay...
Workers in Knoxville have removed three truckloads of invasive weeds from a local lake, including aquarium grasses that officials believe were dumped there by residents.