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  • Tennessee misses projected tax collections by over $74 million in April, according to Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration; Three Rivers Market receives 63 out of 100 on its food safety inspection; East Sevier County Utility District is fined for violating the Tennessee Safe Drinking Water Act; and more.
  • Tennessee AG leads 18-state coalition in filing lawsuit against Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Knox County faces heightened debt concerns; and more.
  • 11 protestors arrested during Pro-Palestine vigil at the University of Tennessee; Tennessee Higher Education Commission extends FAFSA deadline for the Tennessee Promise Scholarship program; National Weather reports at least four tornadoes touched down in Middle Tennessee during last week's storms; and more.
  • Governor Bill Lee signs bill into law that allows death penalty for child rape convictions; study finds city of Knoxville spends $2 million on current parking model that does not turn a profit; and more.
  • TEMA assessing storm-related damages in 8 counties; TVA working towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 amid growing energy demands; TBI investigates officer-involved shooting in Knox County; and more.
  • One storm-related death reported in Claiborne County; Partial roof collapse at warehouse at Forks of the River industrial park injures two, damages water and gas lines; Tennessee set to allocate $14 million in incentives through FastTrack grant program; and more.
  • Pope Francis appointed Father James Mark Beckman as new Bishop for Catholic Diocese of Knoxville; newly signed state law requires schools to inform parents of students who go by a name or set of pronouns that differ from their school forms; and more.
  • Governor Bill Lee signs bill into law preventing children from creating social media accounts without parental consent; Knox County mayor Glenn Jacobs unveils 2024-25 budget; and more.
  • Seven UT students, two community members arrested following pro-Palestine demonstration on campus; Congressman Tim Burchett seeks dismissal of defamation lawsuit; UT campus advisory board vote for tuition increase for in-state and out-of-state students; and more.
  • Pro-Palestine demonstrations enter day 2 at University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus; Tennessee Valley Authority award over $3 million in grants to 106 schools through School Uplift Program; new 729 area code coming to East Tennessee; and more.
  • Protest supporting Palestine in Israel-Hamas conflict sees counter-protest on University of Tennessee campus; Knoxville city council pass budget in first reading; Tennessee attorney general leads lawsuit relating to changes to Title IX regulations by U.S. Department of Education; and more.
  • Anderson County Schools will not adopt a policy allowing teachers to carry concealed handguns in classrooms; TVA reports almost $6 billion in total operating revenue for the six months ending March 31st; Tennessee saw widespread population growth in 2023; and more.