Typically when someone has been wanting a pair of shoes, they take a trip to the store or order some online.
Ludie Amos' talent with clay, styrofoam, fabric and paint turned the world's attention to her and Tennessee.
For Veterans Day, we met with and honored one veteran who nearly paid the ultimate price.
A local group worked hard to help firefighters while they helped others during a fire.
The Cragfont Plantation in Castalian Springs has seen a lot of history, but some of it has taken on a very spooky tone.
While driving around the back roads of Palmyra travelers may stumble upon a statue of a headless horseman or a giant sun-dial covered in wisteria.
The Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television, NECAT, gives teens a chance to learn about TV production year round, but during fall…
The Thomas House in Red Boiling Springs has experienced extraterrestrial activity for years, and the owners of the hotel are hoping its…
The Nashville non-profit DreamWeave was formed nearly a year ago as the first non-profit enterprise in any Tennessee prison.
A local software engineer started a monthly board game night with co-workers, that has drawn crowds and created new friendships.
Teens, who may not normally get the chance or opportunity, learn how to build a bicycle in the Oasis Center's Bike Workshop.
An unique co-op created by eight Nashville artists has made marking six years of accomplishments by making a huge mess with its ugly pot throw.