Since 2022, WJBE has battled with the FCC over its owner, Joe Armstrong, being able to own a radio station following his conviction in 2016 for making a false statement on his tax return.
Patients and doctors in Tennessee, Idaho and Oklahoma are taking legal action against state abortion bans. Women told dramatic stories of dangerous pregnancies and delayed care.
The five former police officers face charges of excessive force, deliberate indifference and witness tampering for the January death of the 29-year-old Nichols.
The public has voted and the spotless superstar born at a family-owned zoo in Tennessee has been named Kipekee.
The family says that Oher's claims against them in the petition filed Monday are essentially a "shakedown effort" in order to get nearly $15 million from them.
Williams, who joined the Tennessee Titans in 2018 as a longtime defensive line coach, will step in for head coach Mike Vrabel during Saturday's pre-season game against Chicago.
Tennessee Reps. Justin Pearson and Justin Jones advanced Thursday through a special election to fully reclaim their positions.
After emergency gallbladder surgery, a Tennessee woman said she spent months without a permanent mailing address and never got a bill from the hospital. She ended up in court a few years later.
Joe Armstrong, owner of WJBE 99.7 FM, says the FCC is threatening to revoke his broadcast license over his conviction for a tax crime — one that occurred years before he took ownership of the station.
U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker says the first-in-the-nation law designed to place strict limits on drag shows is unconstitutional.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is demanding that ARC Automotive Inc. of Knoxville recall 67 million inflators in the U.S. because they could explode and hurl shrapnel.
What's it like to be a Black immigrant or refugee in America? We had a hundred or so conversations with people in Tennessee — one of the Blackest states in the country — to find out.
The 29-year-old's official cause of death was ruled a homicide, according to the report released Thursday by the West Tennessee Regional Forensic Center.
Thursday on Political Rewind: A new study shows that most respondents feel threatened by potential gun violence. The study comes after mass shootings at a bank in Louisville, Ky., and a Christian school in Nashville, Tenn., and as two Black Tennessee legislators have been reinstated after protesting for gun safety. But first, an update on the planned Atlanta police training center.
On the Wednesday April 12 edition of Georgia Today: Media outlets want the full Trump election interference report released; Cobb's election director is retiring; and could Georgia's legislature expel lawmakers like Tennessee's did?