The U.S. Department of Agriculture is within its rights to demand standardized penalties and speedy appeals hearings in violations of the Horse Protection Act, a Forth Worth, Texas, judge ruled Monday.
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The House has passed a bill aimed at helping schools better prepare for severe, sometimes life-threatening, allergic reactions caused by eating peanuts or other food products.
Sometimes when you’re a Democratic politician in a Republican state, any fellow Democrat is better than none at all.
Plaintiffs opposed to Rutherford County’s approval of a mosque construction filed an appeal to the Tennessee Supreme Court Monday, their attorney Joe Brandon Jr. said.
For those who have ever looked up into the evening East Tennessee sky and pondered the meaning of each star and constellation alignment, now is the opportunity to get your stargazing fix.
Construction to repair a bridge on a busy interstate could lead to delays for several more days in Anderson County.
The National Nuclear Security Administration is still not saying much about the incident early Sunday morning at the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant, in which a firearm reportedly discharged accidentally and slightly injured two security police officers.
The Roane County Chamber of Commerce has announced its board for the 2013-14 year.
The Knoxville Museum of Art has officially announced its plans to temporarily close starting on August 26th for renovation work.
Fresh off a win in the state legislature with a new youth sports concussion law, the state athletic trainers association is embarking on a long-term effort to require all schools to have trainers.