Wednesday, June 20, 2012

UT Students Could Pay More in Tuition Fees
Students at the University of Tennessee could be paying more in tuition fees starting this fall. UT President Joe DiPietro plans to raise tuition by 8%, meaning students would have to pay an extra $578 dollars per year. DiPietro says the University needs the added revenue to cover fixed costs, salary increases and academic initiatives. This will be the lowest percentage increase in tuition since 2009. The UT Board of Trustees will vote on the proposed increase later this week. (ha)

Thursday, April 24, 2014

  • Greene County Bath Salts Bust
  • New Plans for North Side Hospital Property in JC
  • Burglar Caught After Using Stolen Credit Cards
  • Vice Mayor Wants a Seat in Nashville
  • Murder Hearing Delayed
  • Healthcare Provider Works to Improve NICU
  • More Early Voting Locations Open Today
  • Wildfire Threat Grows
  • Waste Coal in Use
  • Haslam Plans For Possibility of TN Executions
  • Inmate Tries to Smuggle Firearm into Jail
  • Tips Helped Catch an Erwin Robbery Suspect
  • McAuliffe Sucessfully Vetoes Three Bills
  • DUI Suspect Caught With 500 Xanax Pills



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