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Doctors ask every Tennessee mayor to order shelter-in-place
In a letter, obtained by NewsChannel 5 Investigates, the state medical association says, "In the absence of a statewide order at this point, your local orders can help protect our population and save ...
Like KY governor, chamber president urges everyone to shop local, limit travel in Tennessee
“I’ve got to ask people in those border counties to be responsible,” Beshear said ... With that in mind, Christian County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelli Pendleton said community members ...
Amid COVID-19 outbreak, defense attorneys ask parole board to ease release requirements
High-profile attorney David Raybin asked the board to "accelerate the release of already-paroled prisoners" in a letter Friday.
Tennessee Supreme Court extends suspension of in-person court proceedings due to COVID-19, Georgia's remains unchanged
Friday's order applies only to state and local Tennessee courts, including appellate ... security officers and necessary persons as determined by the trial judge. Media will have to ask for permission ...
Criminal Justice Orgs Ask Tennessee Supreme Court to Free Prisoners
A coalition of criminal justice and prison advocacy organizations has filed a petition asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to take broad action to drastically ... as well as people in prisons who are ...
Tennessee governor orders restaurants, bars closed except for takeout and delivery; gyms closed over coronavirus
The decision comes in the wake of a more restrictive order in Nashville that closed all non-essential businesses and told residents to stay home.
"A gut-wrenching decision" | Local business owners choose between laying off employees or closing down for good
Sometimes, he'd have to call his vendors and ask for an extension on payments ... "It has been a gut-wrenching decision that I lay awake at night about." In East Tennessee, other small businesses are ...
Cincinnati restaurants ask feds for coronavirus bailout
Cincinnati's restaurateurs are banding together to ask the federal government for hundreds billions of dollars to avoid the end of the industry as they know it.
Coronavirus: Tennessee man who hoarded 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer donates them
After the NYT article about Matt Colvin — guy who amassed 17k+ bottles of hand sanitizer — the Tennessee AG shut him down & has been going to his storage units to facilitate the "donation" of the ...
A ‘double whammy’ for Tennessee; tornado and coronavirus affecting mental health
There have been 52 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in only a matter of days, while hundreds are still searching for homes after tornadoes ripped through our area.
UPDATE: TN Attorney General investigating brothers who bought 18,000 bottles of sanitizer hoping to profit on the COVID-19 demand
“During this pandemic, we ask that you report suspicious activity to ... You can file a complaint with the Tennessee Attorney General's Office online. Colvin said on his website 'mattcolvin.com' that ...
TN Attorney General Slatery launches prove of possible coronavirus-related price gouging, issues cease-and-desist order to two Hixson brothers
Staff Photo by John Rawlston / Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III speaks to attendees at a Pachyderm ... and we will take aggressive action to stop it," Slatery said in a news release.