He’s often been cited in Nashville stories casting doubt on the success prospects of the Music City Center.
A group of well-heeled investors has an acre of property in the heart of Printer’s Alley in downtown Nashville under contract. The developers are thinking about a boutique hotel there, just as several other similar hotels are being considered.
Barry Wilmore, a native of Mt. Juliet, will be taking command of the International Space Station. He talked to WPLN’s Emily Siner about what it’s like to leave his family for the final frontier.
The Green Hills Neighborhood Association sued the developers in the project, claiming that the tall building violated the area’s height restrictions.
Statewide, Tennessee has more than a 1,000 bridges that need work.
It’s called Response to Intervention and Instruction, or RTI2 for short, and it’s part of a statewide effort to help students catch up earlier. Elementary schools already have a similar model in place, but it could be challenging for high schools to implement it.
Gates said the fact that not all students are college-ready by graduation is the country’s “great injustice.”
WPLN photographer Stephen Jerkins went to Uncle Dave Macon Days in Murfreesboro last week. Here are some of his photos.
Taxi companies are disgruntled with ridesharing services, but Nashville has been working with Lyft and Uber to make them legal under city ordinance.
The announcement closes months of speculation about whether the automaker will add the new line in Tennessee or Mexico.
The report that called for tearing down the Cordell Hull State Office Building in Nashville was sound, according to a new study commissioned by Tennessee’s Department of General Services. But now officials say keeping the building might be the most cost-effective plan.
John Seigenthaler was memorialized today at Nashville’s Cathedral of the Incarnation as a man devoted to America’s founding tenets.
Thousands of Tennesseans who were brought to America as children are currently renewing the documents that let them stay in the country legally.
Thousands of Tennesseans are not getting access to subsidized health care because state officials are failing to following rules set forth in the Affordable Care Act.
Bill Sanders devised a way to assess teacher performance that many educators say is unfair, though it’s been embraced by many states.
The journalist, political advisor and civil rights advocate – has died at age 86. He passed away at home, surrounded by family, according to his son.
As Congress considers what to do about the flood of unaccompanied minors flooding across the Mexican border, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander is calling to send guardsmen. At a hearing in Washington on Thursday, he advocated dispatching soldiers to parts of the border where there is no wall or fence.
In response, the American Civil Liberties Union is threatening to sue state officials. Last year, more than 900 newborns were dependent on drugs in Tennessee.
Country superstar Garth Brooks is back in the recording studio. At his much-heralded press conference today, Brooks announced he’s signed on to Sony Music and will soon release a double album of new music.
The United Auto Workers have started a local chapter in Chattanooga meant for Volkswagen workers, UAW local 42. Employees narrowly rejected the UAW earlier this year in a secret ballot at the plant, so union officials are trying another route to show how much support they have.