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Health officials in Tennessee say a second person in the state has died from a vaping-related respiratory illness.


Gov. Bill Lee is defending his decision to declare Oct. 10 a "day of prayer, humility and fasting."

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Records show candidates, political organizations and elected officials in Tennessee owe two state agencies nearly $2 million.

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Tennessee lawmakers are considering whether to seek one of the nation's strictest abortion bans, after being reminded by legal experts that such laws have repeatedly been struck down in court.


As advocates push nationally for states to increase voting security, Tennessee election officials who are trying to win approval for voting machines that produce a paper record have hit a roadblock.

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Tennessee officials are halting a 30-year-old fee on grain producers because a fund has hit its $10 million minimum balance.

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A Tennessee death row inmate has declined to choose the method of his execution scheduled for mid-August, a non-decision that would result in his death by lethal injection.

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House Republicans leaders say their caucus will meet July 24 to vote for a new leader as members prepare for House Speaker Glen Casada to resign later this summer following a series of scandals.

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Tennessee's attorney general wants a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit over a new law that allows fines and potentially jail time for voter registration workers who don't follow new rules.

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Tennessee is facing another challenge of its new law that would fine and potentially jail voter registration workers who don't follow new rules.