Vaccine Whiplash

Court orders out of Louisiana and Kentucky cause local institutions to reverse their COVID-19 vaccination policies.

Safe at Home

On a split vote, City Council gives the final approval needed to move the publicly financed multi-use stadium forward.

Stadium Goes 2 for 2

The Sports Authority OKs moving forward with the $80.1 million project while the Planning Commission signs off on the development plan.

Practice Swings

City and county officials dig into the multi-use stadium proposal ahead of key votes on the $80.1 million project.

Stadium Oversight

The Sports Authority hires a construction consultant as deliberations over the proposed multi-use stadium hurtle toward a conclusion.

A Growing Challenge

Randy Boyd and John Compton

The University of Tennessee wants to add 8,000 students in the next four years, despite difficult demographic trends.

Testing Testing

Kari Alldredge, UT

During COVID, the University of Tennessee has suspended requiring ACT or SAT scores for admission. The Board of Trustees is weighing whether to make it permanent.