The nurse said she realized just how serious the pandemic was after temporarily working in New York City, the hardest-hit area in the country.
State and local leaders in Oregon, Utah, Maryland and Tennessee have recently slowed reopening progress in their jurisdictions due to increasing case counts.
Sheriff John Fuson said that in the future, "more resources will be added to ensure deeper social media background checks" for prospective employees.
A Tennessee judge warned the state with the "specter of criminal contempt" if they continue to fail to comply with her ruling allowing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic as a valid reason to request an absentee ballot.
The singer will perform an hourlong set at the historic Nashville venue after raising $250,000 for various charities.
Several cities, including Washington, D.C., Denver and Phoenix, have imposed curfews amid violent protests erupting across the country.
The state's House Judiciary Committee voted to move the bill forward by 16 ayes and 7 noes earlier this week.
As all 50 states take steps to reopen, public health experts have urged the country to continue following social distancing guidelines.
Singer Rosanne Cash slammed the "ignorance" of people after she says her daughter was abused by a stranger while shopping at a grocery store in Nashville.
Lake boat rentals are open and available on Memorial Day, just in time for the unofficial start of summer.
It's best to check what your state and local restrictions are before venturing out to your local park for the holiday weekend.
The Jamestown Regional Medical Center received $121,722 from the Department of Health and Human Services's Provider Relief Fund.
Underwood announced that he's retiring, but some people on the internet were more interested in discussing his facial hair.
Byron Lewis Black, 64, is scheduled to be put to death on October 4 for the murder of his girlfriend and her two daughters in 1988.
Governor Kay Ivey released Alabama's reopening plan on Tuesday, which outlined a two-week period of regulated activity after the state's stay-at-home order expires on April 30.
Tennessee saw a 5.2 percent increase in the number of confirmed cases on Sunday.
Life still won't look as it did back in January, but governors are taking steps to slowly get back to normalcy.
"Social distancing works," the governor said, "and as we open up our economy it will be more important than ever that we keep social distancing as lives and livelihoods depend on it."
Demonstrators gathered in California, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Tennessee and Illinois to protest the stay-at-home orders.
Oscar Franklin Smith, 70, was scheduled to be executed on June 4 for the 1989 slayings of his estranged wife and her two sons.
Multiple Tennessee counties followed the recommendation and announced their closures.
"We're not selling anything," Sacco said Tuesday. "Every single bit of this is donation-only or nothing."
During the wide-ranging coronavirus stay-at-home orders, many have lost their homes and around 750,000 customers are left without power across 10 states.
Oscar Franklin Smith, 70, is due to be executed on June 4 for the 1989 slayings of his estranged wife and her two sons.
The man was charged with violating the terrorism hoax act, disorderly conduct and reckless endangerment.
"In recent days we have seen data indicating that movement may be increasing and we must get these numbers trending back down," Lee said Thursday.
Oscar Smith's attorneys filed a motion urging the Tennessee Supreme Court to delay Oscar Smith's execution by six months, citing the severe disruptions to daily life during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Matt Colvin and his brother Noah Colvin reportedly cleared store shelves of hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes and medical masks in Tennessee and Kentucky before trying to resell them for profit online.
Benjamin Charles Fitch, 27, was last seen walking in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee an hour before a tornado hit.