Should public safety employees in Memphis, like police and firefighters, be required to live within Shelby County? It’s a question some city council members and Mayor Jim Strickland believe Memphis voters should take up again.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation said hundreds of people may lose their land or homes if Congress approves the remaining route of a new interstate that would stretch through Louisiana and Mississippi.
The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services announced Wednesday it will receive more than $200,000 to improve response for Tennesseans who call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The class action complaint says JUUL and two tobacco companies “exploit themes that resonate with teenagers" and use deceptive advertising practices that violate Tennessee law, contributing to the epidemic of youth e-cigarette use.
A group of voters is appealing a judge's dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the security of voting machines in Tennessee's largest county and calling for a switch to a handwritten ballot and a voter-verifiable paper trail
In a letter to poll workers Thursday, elections administrator Linda Phillips said the election commission will adhere to the judge’s order permitting campaign workers have no campaign material with them or are wearing anything campaign-related.
As recovery from Mississippi River flooding continues, some farmers are struggling with the reality of a devastating year. In the middle of harvest, one Mississippi community has a bleak forecast, with nature and politics bringing an unforgiving storm.
According to the Army, Maj. Trevor Joseph was part of a crew flying out at night to recover a soldier with a heat-related injury at the training center when the helicopter crashed. He died and three other soldiers were injured.