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Cyberbullying

As one might expect, children are at higher risk of being bullied and sexually exploited online during the COVID-19 pandemic than ever before. More than 1.2 billion children across the globe have moved to remote learning because their schools closed for in-person instruction as a result of the pandemic. Experts have been warning parents and…

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Tennessee Releases Emergency TANF Funds for Needy Families

The Tennessee Department of Human Services will be issuing Emergency Pandemic Tennessee Assistance for Needy Families (commonly referred to as TANF), which is an emergency cash assistance program for those impacted by COVID-19. Emergency Pandemic TANF will utilize existing temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) funds. To qualify, a family must: Have children in the…

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There’s so much to do in Nashville, but sometimes you want to escape to someplace new. One popular way to do that is by taking a helicopter tour. Instead of driving four hours to experience the Smokies, you can take an aerial tour of the mountains, or take in the views of Big South Fork…

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Bicycle riders are required to follow the state traffic laws. When they are on the road, operators and passengers have the same rights and duties as cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Drivers should anticipate, especially on roads with lower speed limits, that bike riders may enter their lanes or crossways. As a practical matter, bicycle…

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While Tennessee has a warmer climate than many states, there are many days when the temperature dips below freezing. There are days when it snows or the roads and bridges freeze. Preparation and preventive driving can help prevent car accidents and help you survive an accident if it happens. Consider the following safety tips before…

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No longer the stuff of science fiction, self-driving cars will become a reality sooner than later thanks to a unanimous vote by the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee with broad bipartisan support. This new law would allow auto manufacturers to apply for exemptions to current auto safety standards as they develop new technologies for…

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