Tennessee Passes Bill To Protect Free Speech On Campus

Education | Rob Shimshock
Happy student (Shutterstock/sepero)

No more ‘free speech zones’

Gov't Taking Away Handguns From Guards At Nuclear Power Plants

Energy | Andrew Follett
Gun, (Butsaya/Shutterstock)

Security guard: ‘We have no way of protecting ourselves’

A New Broadband Plan In Tennessee Is Destined To Become Another Failure

Opinion | Drew Johnson
Modern web network and internet telecommunication technology. [Shutterstock - Scanrail1]

Government involvement in broadband has always resulted in a wasteful boondoggle.

Constitutional Carry Comes At A Price In This State

Guns and Gear | Jordan Fox

A high fee for not having a handgun permit should not be permitted, lawmakers say

Escaped Convict Accused Of Stealing Dead Baby's Identity, Charged With Social Security Fraud

US | Eric Lieberman
Young woman placing flowers on the grave of a deceased family member at cemetery. [Shutterstock - Jacob Lund]

‘Living using the deceased victim’s stolen identity’

First US City Set To See Complete Obamacare Collapse

Business | Robert Donachie
Activists protest against the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare during a rally in Freedom Plaza in Washington March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

40,000 people without an insurance provider to choose from

The VA Is Shifting Its Opioid Policy, And Vets Aren't Happy

US | Steve Birr
NORWICH, CT - MARCH 23: Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain lie on display. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

‘They need to take care of me’

Another Bird Flu Outbreak In Tennessee Makes Three In A Week

US | Thomas Phippen
An agriculture officer hauls carcasses of dead chickens to be destroyed (Photo: Shutterstock/ChameleonsEye)

Unlikely to transfer to humans

Tennessee Airman Carries Badly Injured Man Out Of Burning House To Safety

US | Jonah Bennett
Burning House

‘I hope we can get to the home in time’

Peyton Manning Could Run For Senate

Politics | Phillip Stucky
(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

‘No formal decision’

Tennessee Gives Up On Likely Futile Push To Ban Junk Food From Food Stamps Program

US | Thomas Phippen
Are potato chips junk food? (Photo: ValeStock / Shutterstock.com

Arkansas moving forward with the ban

Another State Is Trying To Ban Junk Food From Food Stamp Users

US | Thomas Phippen
A little boy drinks some deliciously unhealthy soda. (Photo: Shutterstock/Dundanim)

‘you shouldn’t be using taxpayer dollars to consume junk food’

Series Of Bomb Threats Made Against Jewish Centers Across The US

National Security | Russ Read
Members of a police bomb disposal squad wearing blast protection equipments prepare to work near the site of an explosion at the Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo, in this photo taken by Kyodo November 23, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/Kyodo/Files

All the threats occurred on the same day, though the perpetrators remain unknown

Renegade Cow Lassoed On Highway By Sheriff's Office

US | Eric Lieberman
Cow idly waiting on the side of the road. [Shutterstock - Dmitry Sedakov]

Steer on the run!

Another State Reveals Grim Heroin Statistics

US | Steve Birr
Heroin overdose. [Shutterstock - SanchaiRat]

‘It is so potent’

Police Flush Out Prisoners Who Used Toilet To Escape Christmas Day

US | Amber Randall
The handcuffs of a suspect (REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn)

‘Difficult to fix this type of damage’

States Keep Spending Millions On Unjustified Vehicle Inspection Programs Backed By Lobbyists

US | Mark Lisheron
A car is inspected for emissions at a Tennessee Vehicle Inspection Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Tami Chappell

‘No evidence exists showing the safety inspection program is effective’