This month, Victoria Rothberg and Chris Raucci opened answer restaurant in a much-anticipated site on 46th Avenue. Here's what happened when we went:
The 16-year-old student told police he bought the pistol on the street for protection.
“Once I go out and everybody knows that I give it my all every single play, (then) once I have something to say, they’ll listen,” said University of Memphis Riley Ferguson.
Nashville-based CoreCivic, formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America, has been the subject of protests in the past. Now federal auditors say officials at one Kansas prison run by the company tried to hide the fact they were triple-bunking inmates. Details: http://tnne.ws/2qbVzUr
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Despite rising prices, homes in Fairview are more affordable than other locations in Williamson County, where the countywide median price of a home in March was $459,013.
Anthony Thomas, 49, filed for divorce Monday, citing irreconcilable differences and inappropriate marital conduct. The Thomases have 10 children, including Elizabeth.
The family of Elizabeth Thomas expressed gratitude to the public for their help in finding her, and asked for prayers for the Cummins family.
The governor’s revised budget plan includes nearly $11 million in extra one-time money to help rebuild Gatlinburg, but that’s still short of what some lawmakers were pushing for in recovery funding.
The 600-year-old tree was the site of a meeting Gen. George Washington held with the Marquis de Lafayette.
Tad Cummins, the 50-year-old former Maury County teacher accused of abducting a 15-year-old student last month, will return to Tennessee by air, but it is unclear when, federal authorities confirmed Tuesday.
“And I don’t even look at it as crazy,” she told the Tennessee Titans website. “It was a way to support our friends in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). It just seemed an easy, natural thing.”
Lawmakers have said the Gov. Bill Haslam administration bill, which cleared the final legislative hurdle on Monday, could work with the other bills to become a detailed effort to improve bus safety.
Former Brentwood resident Griffin Barry who tipped off authorities to the location of a missing Elizabeth Thomas and the man police say kidnapped her will be awarded $10,000 on Friday for his involvement in the case.