Monday, April 08, 2013

Session Hits Final Lap
It might have been a rocky path, but Republican legislative leaders are glad the most contentious issues of this session are largely decided as they enter the final weeks. Gov. Bill Haslam's decision last week to withdraw his limited school voucher proposal highlights the sometimes contentious nature of his relationship with fellow Republicans in the Legislature, who now hold a supermajority. The governor was unable to persuade a faction led by Sen. Brian Kelsey to refrain from trying to expand the bill to more families. But the end of the debate over vouchers heads off a last-minute showdown over the issue in committees and on the floor as lawmakers put the final touches on the state's annual spending plan.

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

  • UPDATE: 65-Yr-Old Hawkins County Man Killed in Boating Accident Near TVA Sevier Dam
  • Accused Killer Told Police, Despite Feud, She Never Wished the Victims' Harm
  • Bristol Woman Charged with Stealing Customer's Identity
  • TWRA: One Dead After Boat Capsizes on Holston River in Rogersville
  • Washington County TN Can Join Lawsuit to Get Liquor-By-The-Drink Revenue from Johnson City
  • Two Arrested on Meth Charges in Washington County, VA
  • Homeless Man Charged With Stealing Cousins Car
  • Motorcycle Rider Dead Following Johnson City Crash
  • Bill Signed by Governor for "Weekend of Prayer" First Weekend in August in TN
  • Potential Charges Pending After Head-On Crash in Unicoi County
  • Sullivan County BOE Considers Cost Saving Consolidation Plans
  • Overnight Fire Sends One Person to the Hospital
  • Kingsport Women Arrested for Stealing From Their Employer for 8 Years
  • Man Jailed For Kingsport Pharmacy Robbery
  • Church Hill Police Say Woman on Meth Reported Stabbing, Which Apparently Never Happened
  • ID Theft, Fraud Case Involving NASCAR Stars Nets Woman Jail Sentence in Carter County
  • Council Recommends 3 for 1st District Circuit Judgeship in Northeast Tennessee
  • Facebook Murder Trial: Prosecutor Calls Motive "Silly, Manufactured Conflict"
  • Three Men Arrested, Charged in Drug Store Break-Ins in Three Counties
  • Investigators Said Carter Co. Woman Took $11,000 From Waterworks
  • Health Department Announces Second Case of Rabies Discovered in Russell County, VA



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