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Tennessee minivan crashes into oncoming car

Many Tennessee residents had travel plans over the recent Memorial Day weekend. Perhaps the travel was just to get together with friends or family. Others may have had out-of-state destinations. Either way, the state's roads and highways saw a fair amount of vehicular traffic over the holiday weekend. Unfortunately, the holiday weekend was not free of motor vehicle accidents.

Appalachian festival parade near Tennessee border turns deadly

As the Memorial Day holiday approaches, friends and family members might attend cemeteries at local Tennessee cemeteries, perhaps putting a flag on the grave of a brave veteran. Bigger cities, like Nashville, might plan music, concerts and other activities over the three-day weekend. Yet even smaller Tennessee neighborhoods might sponsor local parades to commemorate the brave men and women who have defended America.

Safe driving campaign targets prom goers

For high school college students in Tennessee and across the country, May is a significant month. Final exams, summer job plans, and of course end-of-the-year parties may all take place in a short span of 31 days. High school students may have the added social pressure of prom. Regardless of the party, young drivers will have to confront the issue of driving.

Skip the base tan, just head outdoors

Now that spring is finally here, Tennessee readers of all ages might be trying to jumpstart their tans by visiting the local tanning salon. Teenagers might want a base tan before heading outdoors for the weekend. However, a recent proposal by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration might discourage such tactics.

Speeding Tennessee driver crashes in construction zone

According to a recent study, Tennessee is only of only 11 states in the nation that improved in seven areas of highway safety and maintenance. That study examined road performance over a twenty-year period, in categories including road surface conditions, congestion, deficient bridges, and highway fatalities in motor vehicle accidents.

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