The pig, Binky, is one of millions of animals that are surrendered or abandoned by their owner or owners in the United States annually.
Footage of black bears walking around outside a Tennessee mall's movie theater has delighted Facebook viewers but might be indicative of a larger trend.
"You're trying to get me to take a COVID shot," 68-year-old Russell Rainey said after being asked to take a Breathalyzer.
His brother, Mark Valentine, said the host was "very regretful" for not being a bigger advocate of COVID vaccines.
"Don't believe this Delta variant nonsense. [If] you start showing up with all these masks and nonsense, I will ask you to leave."
Forrest was a Confederate cavalry general and was a wealthy plantation owner and slave trader in Memphis before the Civil War.
"I trust the department to make decisions consistent with the vision," he said about the firing of Michelle Fiscus over COVID-19 outreach to minors.
Tennessee state lawmaker Harold Love Jr.'s family's home was demolished in the 1960 to make way for an overpass over the highway.
Prior to the release of the 29 salamanders, they were fitted with microchips to help the scientists monitor their location.
The man was alerted to the bear after he heard his car honking "7 or 8" times at 7am, and then saw his car "moving like crazy" outside.
Michelle Fiscus is accusing Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey of kowtowing to "a handful of outraged and uninformed legislators."
"Someone wanted to send a message to tell her to stop talking. They thought it would be a threat to her," Dr. Michelle Fiscus' husband said. "It was an obvious sign."
After "an x-ray revealed suspicious anomalies" in a shipment of peanuts, officers found that crystal meth had been carefully stuffed into individual shells.
Mark Herring chose the Twitter handle @Tennessee because he wanted to show support for his home state and that he loved the Tennessee Volunteers, according to his family.
An email to a health official about National Immunization Awareness Month read: "Per the Commissioner, no outreach at all."
Dr. Michelle Fiscus said communications regarding all vaccines for the state's youth has now been halted.
Courtney Mayes, who was the shift manager at the Taco Bell branch in Nashville at the time, has been charged, and more arrests are expected.
The officer was knocked unconscious after allegedly telling another wedding guest that he "didn't know they let Black people in the reception hall."
Dr. Michael LaPaglia, who was already on parole, is accused of allegedly clearing patients using antibody tests not capable of checking for current infections.
The billionaire Republican donor said he usually tries to stay "behind the scenes" and "keep it quiet" when donating to political figures.
First responders told Memphis police that they had discovered the elderly woman lying on a heavily soiled mattress on the floor of the house while covered in bugs, urine and feces.
The suspect, identified by police as 31-year-old Michael Williams, allegedly started banging on the woman's front door before breaking into her balcony and entering through her patio door.
The child was buried under items in the backseat of the 51-year-old grandmother's truck.
The 5-year-old girl was reported missing from her home in Tennessee on June 15.
According to a Facebook post from the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office, the bloodhound named Fred, discovered the girl on Friday in Tennessee's DeKalb County.
Della Marie Gibson Lathum, 37, admitted to police in April that she mailed packages with human feces and a letter containing a bloody sanitary pad, according to the Loudon County Sheriff's Office.
Anna Sandhu Ray, who married James Earl Ray while he was in prison for murdering the civil rights icon, was previously accused of animal abuse in 1996.
"It is security, so that is the one person that you trust in the building," a man said after an Amazon security guard allegedly sent herself money using his phone while he was in a job interview.
"When I read this, it didn't seem like their usual script, which is typically of poor academic quality," the school staff member who uncovered the deception wrote in an email to the superintendent.