Political Reporter, Tennessean
I am a reporter on the investigative team for The Tennessean.
tennessean.com — Kyle and Amy Shrum, born two years apart, developed a strong bond as brother and sister when they were children - a friendship that lasted into adulthood. It was Amy Shrum's close relationship with her brother that led her, on a whim, to join Kyle on a visit to their grandmother's house Saturday.
tennessean.com — Citing "significant concerns" that she charged excessive fees to her clients, Davidson County Probate Judge David Randy Kennedy on Wednesday permanently suspended public guardian Jeanan Mills Stuart and vowed to help seek her replacement. Stuart, who had held the job for five years, submitted a resignation letter effective in a week.
tennessean.com — When a new factory for artists known as Fort Houston opened last fall south of downtown Nashville, glowing reviews followed. A trio of 20-somethings had transformed a 10,000-square-foot warehouse along Houston Street into a community resource - a place where a freelance furniture maker or independent screen printer could pay small monthly fees to use otherwise expensive equipment, or even take classes in a new craft altogether.
tennessean.com — Citing "significant concerns" that she charged excessive fees to her clients, Davidson County Probate Judge David Randy Kennedy Wednesday permanently suspended Public Guardian Jeanan Mills Stuart and vowed to help seek her replacement. Stuart, who had held the job for five years, submitted a resignation letter effective in a week.
tennessean.com — A Macon County family is suing Saint Thomas Health and one of the hospital's neurologists following the death of their 13-year-old son, who died from a lethal combination of Prozac and other prescription medications. Lucas Bilbrey, 13, was taking several medications, including Prozac, Kerlone and Pamelor, before he died of toxicity last April, according to the suit filed in Davidson County Circuit Court.
tennessean.com — The state Department of Labor says it has recovered $15.3 million in fraudulently paid unemployment benefits this year by garnishing the federal tax returns of workers. The department began using the Treasury Offset Program last July to recover the fraudulent unemployment benefits, according to spokesman Jeff Hentschel.
tennessean.com — A young Nashville entrepreneur is getting $100,000 to focus on his startup - and drop out of college. Mark Daniel, 19, recently won a two-year fellowship from a foundation created by Silicon Valley financier and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel.
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