Adam Tamburin, The Tennessean

Adam Tamburin

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

MTSU to offer tuition-free classes to eligible employees of Middle Tennessee McDonald's

Qualifying employees at restaurant chain locations operated by the McGuire Management Group could earn up to six hours of college credit per semester. → Read More

'I fear I will bury a child': Southern states vulnerable to COVID-19 delta variant surge

"It’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks," Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama said. → Read More

'An American story': Nashville street where John Lewis led sit-ins now bears his name

Rep. John Lewis Way honors a civil rights icon: “I’m hopeful that it will drive some of our younger folks to ask more questions about that period." → Read More

Man killed in overnight shooting outside Midtown pool hall in Nashville

The shooting took place at about 1:15 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot behind the business, police said. → Read More

Severe storms moving toward Nashville; threat could extend through Monday

The National Weather Service warned of the possibility for "hazardous weather" in a bulletin Saturday morning. → Read More

City's review of the Nashville Christmas Day bombing to begin in earnest this summer

The commission chair is finalizing working groups that will focus on the bombing response, the criminal investigation and "lessons learned." → Read More

Metro Nashville police officer charged in death of Black man after traffic stop to plead guilty

Delke, the first Nashville police officer charged with murder for an on-duty shooting, is expected to plead guilty to manslaughter. → Read More

Rutherford County paying up to $11M in lawsuit alleging over 1,000 children were illegally incarcerated

The plaintiffs in the case include a juvenile arrested as a student at Hobgood Elementary in 2016. → Read More

Nashville police getting $1.3M to cover overtime, other costs related to Christmas bombing

The money reimburses the department for its help with the federal investigation led by the FBI and is mostly tied to overtime pay for officers. → Read More

The Tennessean wins national awards for coverage of deadly tornadoes in 2020

More than two dozen people were killed when the tornadoes hit. Journalists at The Tennessean charged into the chaos. → Read More

USA TODAY Network South journalists win national journalism award for 'Confederate Reckoning'

“The Confederate Reckoning” was honored Thursday during the Robert F. Kennedy Book and Journalism Awards. → Read More

MNPD bomb squad didn't adequately investigate Nashville Christmas bomber, report shows

About 16 months before authorities say Anthony Quinn Warner detonated an RV filled with explosives downtown, Nashville police got a tip about him. → Read More

Gwen Shamblin Lara, other leaders of controversial church presumed dead after plane crash

Gwen Shamblin Lara called her movement the 'Weigh Down Workshop' and packed Remnant Fellowship in Tennessee full of radiant, thin people, reports said → Read More

Gov. Bill Lee touts 'monumental' criminal justice laws as a turning point for Tennessee

Gov. Bill Lee formally signed into law measures to divert more people away from prison and to expand support for people who are leaving prisons. → Read More

State scraps $123 million prison contract, saying an official's secret emails broke the rules

The Tennessee Department of Correction announced the reversal Monday. → Read More

Man killed at Clarksville homeless shelter, police say

Sgt. Charles Gill said investigators identified Corey Allen of Seiverierville as a suspect in the homicide. → Read More

Waves of severe weather could pelt the Nashville area this week

Severe storms could continue through Tuesday evening. → Read More

Nashville police fatally shot someone Saturday

The Saturday shooting marked the second time in about a week Nashville officers fatally shot someone. → Read More

CoreCivic CEO departs Belmont University board

The executive, Damon Hininger, rotated off the board after nine years, in keeping with bylaws that limit how long most board members can serve. → Read More

Guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin murder trial brings relief to Nashville

When the verdict came nearly a year after George Floyd died, Nashville activists, religious leaders, experts and politicians greeted it as welcome validation. → Read More