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Randy Boyd says Tennessee should not necessarily be run like a business, despite being a businessman himself. He says he's realized that bureaucracy has some benefits.

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Most of Tennessee's congressional delegation has been quiet about the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Sen. Bob Corker was the only Republican to release a statement, saying the removal "at this particular time will raise questions."

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The family of a Clarksville man gunned down by bounty hunters is suing his shooters as well as the companies who employed them.

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State senators are dropping plans to get involved in Nashville's debate over short-term rental units owned by investors. The decision comes just one day after their counterparts in the Tennessee House of Representatives voted to put a two-year moratorium on new rules.

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Tennessee's insurance commissioner breathed a public, cautious sigh of relief on Tuesday after BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee agreed to offer insurance on the federal marketplace next year in the Knoxville region.

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The sponsor of a plan to put seatbelts on all school buses says she believes the measure is in a good position to pass the state legislature next year.

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An education nonprofit in Nashville has launched a statewide campaign aimed at convincing high-achieving students to consider the teaching profession. 

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Nashville area home sales slowed last month, but prices hit a new record high. According to relators, the median price for a single family home in the Nashville area is $275,000, up by $25,000 since last year

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The governor's proposal to make community college free for most adults in Tennessee is in the final stages of discussion. It's widely expected to pass the state legislature this week.

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In Franklin, Page Middle and High School are so overcrowded that parents like Karen Hynes say it’s become untenable—kids eating lunch in hallways, overflowing toilets, too many portable classrooms.

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