The number of coronavirus patients in hospital has been rising in several states, including Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.
The Maury County Republican Party condemned the attack, noting the political discourse in the country has "become cancerous to our society."
Despite being located in downtown Nashville, where coronavirus cases are on the rise, Belmont University has managed to keep their number of infections low. Students are worried that the school's decision to host the final presidential debate may jeopardize their vigorous healthy and safety efforts.
Bullets from the gun shattered glass and damaged walls at the restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee, officers said.
Several states in the Midwest of the country, including North and South Dakota, have reported the highest number of infections per capita in the last week.
Images from the event show a large crowd of people, most of whom are not wearing masks.
Residents in Shelbyville also said that signs showing support for Democratic candidate appeared to have been run over by a car.
Danny Frazier is alleged to have dug holes in the ground and broken headstones at the site in Knoxville.
The veteran Coffee County judge said he regretted the "Grand Wizard of our Supreme Court" remark from July.
The ACC has two games matching unranked teams this weekend. Though the SEC's Tennessee-Georgia game is intriguing, the ACC has more at stake.
Bill Hagerty, the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan and current GOP Senate nominee from Tennessee, held a campaign event where a number of attendees did not wear masks Saturday.
A handful of southern states have each reported a drop in new COVID-19 deaths in recent weeks.
Democratic nominee Marquita Bradshaw jumped from more than 10,000 feet to raise awareness for her underdog U.S. Senate campaign in Tennessee on Tuesday.
New infections were reported to have increased in Wisconsin, Utah, Tennessee, North Dakota and South Dakota in recent weeks.
The Smith County Board of Education admitted incorporating official prayer into school events, proselytizing students and subjecting them to displays of religious iconography in classrooms.
If the signs and flags remain up while voting is underway for the November 3 national elections, it would violate state laws on electioneering too close to a polling place.
Jordan and Aileen Stevens were making their way to church when they were accosted while driving their Ford Mustang along I-24 in Coffee County.
The beast was spotted by a Knox County Sheriff's deputy in the Forks of the River Industrial Park on Wednesday night.
A Tennessee man received a letter saying his mother had tested positive for COVID-19, despite dying before the first case of COVID-19 was detected in her county.
The flag was displayed close to the home of a biracial couple and in view from the nearby highway.
The wall surrounding Graceland and the Levitt Shell were spray painted with phrases like "BLM", "Abolish ICE", and "Defund MPD."
Of the 1,410 inmates at a Tennessee prison tested for COVID-19 last week, 965 tested positive and 168 tests were still pending Monday afternoon.
A Black Democratic state rep in Tennessee said he's "appalled" by comparisons between today's racial unrest and Martin Luther King Jr.'s era of the Civil Rights movement.
Chattanooga police said they charged the 19-year-old with criminal homicide, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence.
In Tennessee, teachers can now be required to come back to work or remain in the classroom, even if they have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, according to a new policy.
Students began returning to classrooms across Tennessee at the beginning of August, although several schools already suspended in-person learning after identifying COVID-19 cases.
In the viral video, Officer Harvey Briggs appears to walk up to a man filming a traffic stop Briggs was not involved in, and gets into an argument with the cameraperson, who then says Briggs ripped off his mask.
Average daily death tolls have been rising in Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Nevada, Louisiana, Tennessee and Oregon over the past month.
Democrat Amanda Linton announced that she was dropping out of the race for Florida Senate, saying the pandemic has forced her and her family to relocate out of state.