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Woman gets TennCare help _ 6 days after her death
Neva Holt stood in a kitchen for years whipping up coconut cake and patting out hamburger steaks — food she sold from her Lyles cafe that generated sales tax revenue for the state — but when she got old and needed nursing home care, Tennessee didn't give anything back.
5 lawmakers to watch in Insure Tennessee special session
Five lawmakers to watch in a special session on Gov. Bill Haslam's proposal:
Ga. Democrats re-elect party chairman after 2014 losses
Georgia Democrats will keep former House minority leader DuBose Porter as their party chairman.
Miss. considers joining 'SEC primary' for presidential race
Lawmakers will debate whether Mississippi should take part in a regional presidential primary, beginning in 2016.
Court to hear challenge to Braves stadium financing
The Georgia Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday in an appeal of a lower court ruling on financing for the new Braves baseball stadium in Cobb County.
TBI reports shows more DUI arrests in 2014
A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation report says there were more Tennessee residents charged with driving under the influence in 2014 than 2013.
Graceland Too auction ends quickly as contents sold together
It was now or never for lovers of Graceland Too, north Mississippi's eccentric shrine to Elvis Presley.
Haslam files resolution to authorize Insure Tennessee
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's administration has filed a 451-word resolution that lawmakers will need to approve in order to authorize the proposal to extend health coverage to more than 280,000 low-income Tennesseans.
Heart Smart Saturday
Erlanger kicks off heart month with a helpful event.
Cleveland State and Tennessee Wesleyan sign Dual Admission agreement
A Dual Admission agreement aids students to pursue a four year degree.
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