It's cheaper, legal and kills more people than opioids. But public officials are much more united in the fight against drugs than alcohol.
Like many other Sunbelt cities, Music City is trying to figure out what kind of place it wants to be.
Some promising signs suggest the city may be turning around its troubled school system. It offers lessons for other struggling districts.
Gina Raimondo, a former venture capitalist with blue-collar ties who has made job creation her No. 1 priority, could face a tough reelection.
Investors are lining up to buy them to fund environmental projects.