MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- There’s been strong reaction to yesterday’s release of an opinion by the State Attorney General questioning the legality of local ordinances that make the purchase of some cold medications by prescription only.
In recent months, several Tennessee communities passed ordinances making the sale of pseudoephedrine-based cold medications by prescription. The measures are an attempt to disrupt the supply of chemicals used to make methamphetamine.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — It’s bowl season and the mid-state will be in the thick of the action.
Officials with the Music City Bowl announced last night the game will feature the Mississippi Rebels and Georgia Tech on Dec. 30.This will be the Rebels' second Music Bowl appearance, the first for Georgia Tech.
Middle Tennessee State was invited yesterday to the Armed Forces Bowl, also to be played on Dec. 30. This will be MTSU’s eighth bowl game and pits them against Navy. The contest will air on ESPN and ESPN Radio.
Tennessee Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey responds to questions from reporters with WMOT news partner Bragg Innovative News Network.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- One of the nation’s foremost Islamic civil rights groups is urging Tennessee lawmakers to educate themselves about the Muslim faith.
A journalist with WMOT reporting partner Bragg Innovative News Network recently asked Tennessee Republican Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey to clarify controversial comments he’s made in recent years regarding Islam.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- A study detailing the latest numbers on college student debt is out this week and Tennessee fairs surprising well.
Nationwide, university students graduating with a bachelor’s degree last year had an average student loan burden of $29,400. According to the Project on Student Debt, 7 in 10 college seniors who graduated last year have student loans.