TVA Customers Experience Power Outages As System Reaches Record Power Demand

Despite Talks Over The Last Few Months About Upgraded Systems And Rate Increases For Customers In An Effort To “Ensure The Region Has The Energy It Needs To Meet Growing Demand”, The Tennessee Valley Authority Proved Unable To Keep Up With The State’s Power Demands During Recent Extreme Winter Conditions.

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Tennessee Parents Left With Limited TCAP Data Now That Letter Grades Are Out Until Sometime This Year

The Tennessee Department Of Education Says That TCAP Scores For Each School Will Be Available Through Their Website When They Release The 2023 Scores Sometime “In Early 2024.” For Now, This Leaves The Public With A Limited Amount Of Information Pertaining To Each School’s TCAP Scores Through The New Letter Grades System.

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Human Trafficking A Real Concern For Tennesseans

A 2023 Report Has Been Released Highlighting Human Trafficking Risks In The State Of Tennessee. Every Region Has Counties That Are More Vulnerable To Human Trafficking Than Others, With West Tennessee And Upper East Tennessee Regions Both Falling Into The “Severe Risk Of Human Trafficking” Category.

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Former Montgomery County Middle School Coach Indicted

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Resulted In The Indictment Of David Lemont Bryant, A Former Boys’ Basketball Coach And Assistant Teacher At Montgomery Central Middle School In Clarksville.

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Tennessee School Districts Await School Safety Grant Distributions

Schools Across The State Have Been Able To Receive School Safety Grant Money Since The End Of June, And A Recently Released Report Shows Just How Much Money Each System Will Be Receiving

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18-State Coalition Backs Tennessee In Anti-Drag Law Ruling Appeal

Eighteen States Have Joined To File An Amicus Brief Supporting Tennessee In Its Appeal Of A Ruling On Its Drag Show Law. The Law Was Blocked By A Judge In The U.S. District Court For The Western District Of Tennessee After It Was Contested By Friends Of George’s.

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West TN Lawmaker Sponsors Bill To Transfer Teen Gun Thefts To Adult Court

State Rep. Rusty Grills, A West Tennessee Republican, Is Sponsoring Bills That Would Shift Juveniles 16 And Up To Adult Court In Gun Theft And Burglary Cases.

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4 Arrested In West Tennessee’s Largest Drug Bust In History

Four People Have Been Arrested By West Tennessee Drug Task Force Agents After What Is Possibly The Largest Drug Trafficking Operation In West Tennessee Was Discovered Inside A Former Walmart In Humboldt, Tennessee.

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