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All eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 were closed Thursday evening as police responded to an "incident." [Read More]
Thursday was about turning inmates into college graduates. Five women housed in the Tennessee Prison for Women received their degrees. It was all through the... [Read More]
One person was shot and killed Thursday night in Edgehill. [Read More]
As part of the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program in 2019, Metro Public Works developed a design through community meetings to install two traffic circles and... [Read More]
Claims of pregnancy discrimination have put Belmont University under the microscope. [Read More]
The fourth and final of four teens who escaped the Juvenile Justice Center has been arrested. [Read More]
A large blaze at a tire shop in Benton County prompted a large response from fire crews. [Read More]
A man in Wilson County has been charged with and arrested for theft from a Christian organization. [Read More]
Police in La Vergne say they're looking for anyone who may have been victimized by an accused bigamist. [Read More]
We learn how CoreCivic is helping the Salvation Army spread holiday cheer. [Read More]
The question: Who will hear the murder case against Metro police officer Andrew Delke? [Read More]
We find out about some popular gifts you can give for Christmas this year. [Read More]
Southwest's summer schedule runs from June 7 – August 10, 2020. [Read More]
Christmas is getting closer! If you need a welcomed distraction from the stress of the holiday season, here are five things to do this weekend! [Read More]
A man was taken into custody after staff at a Midtown Nashville hotel called police, complaining that he refused to stop watching pornography in the... [Read More]
"We're senior citizens, but we're not in a rocking chair folks," Mary New said. "We're trying to go out and do something!" [Read More]
Everyone needs a rainy-day fund — your financial health depends on it. Your employer could help you build one. Many companies offer 401(k)s and other... [Read More]
A family thought they were adding an extra safety precaution to their daughter's bedroom only to find out the camera they installed had been hacked. [Read More]
Nashville's affordable housing fund and several city departments face new cuts under a corrective action plan unveiled tonight by Mayor John Cooper's office, aimed at... [Read More]
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A state lawmaker has filed two bills regarding vaping ahead of the 2020 legislative session. [Read More]
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