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Haslam uncertain of Tennessee impact of GOP health plan

Hopes Trump will offer clarity during Nashville visit.

Vouchers in Tennessee - an explainer

Here’s what you need to know about Tennessee’s latest voucher proposal.

2017 BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Health Foundation Diversity Scholarships

March 1 is the deadline for applicants seeking a BlueCross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation Diversity Scholarship for 2017.

Kristal Knight named Emerge Tennessee executive director

Memphis native on point in mission to recruit, train and inspire Democratic women to run for office on all levels.

Living With History

Descendants of Ida B. Wells believe everyone has the potential for greatness.

Tennessee Black Caucus of State Legislators elect leadership positions

Rep. Raumesh Akbari of Memphis named caucus chair.

Republican Gov. Bill Haslam says his administration won't make a bid to reshape Tennessee's sentencing laws this year

Likely to take up issue next year, Haslam said.

Edkedsha Mathis Is on a mission to increase supplier diversity at Volkswagen

Mathis: 'The only barrier between yourself and success is you.'

BREAKING: U.S. Attorney Edward Stanton III announces resignation

Obama appointee will step down at the end of February.

Haslam proposes 5 percent boost for K-12 education in Tennessee

Also hopes to expand free community college tuition to adults.

Election looms this weekend for new chairman of state Democratic Party

Forum in Jackson tonight to put spotlight on candidates as incumbents face challengers who could break a barrier.

In Brownsville, Kustoff encounters healthcare concern and expectations

New 8th District Congressman listens on MLK Jr. Day.

Tennessee lawmakers to convene 110th General Assembly

State Reps. Raumesh Akbari and Barbara Cooper teamed up for the drive to Nashville on Monday afternoon in anticipation of Tuesday's convening of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly.

Emerge Tennessee inaugural board reflects Memphis connections

Goal: More Democratic women to run for all levels of office.

NFL star's killer guilty of manslaughter, not murder

Cardell Hayes sentenced to 40 years in prison.