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2 suspects arrested in downtown Nashville robbery

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Police say they have arrested two men who they believed robbed people in a downtown Nashville parking lot early Saturday morning.

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Driver escapes garbage truck fire on I-65 in north Nashville Video included

The driver was able to escape the fire without injuries. (WSMV) The driver was able to escape the fire without injuries. (WSMV)
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The incident happened on I-65 North near the exit for Briley Parkway around 1:45 a.m. Monday.

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Police: Man threatened roommate with BB gun, barricaded himself inside home Video included

Police say the incident happened at Bullock Avenue in north Nashville. (WSMV) Police say the incident happened at Bullock Avenue in north Nashville. (WSMV)
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A man is in custody after police say he barricaded himself in a house in north Nashville.

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Police searching for gunman after East Nashville shooting Video included

The shooting happened on Joseph Avenue overnight. (WSMV) The shooting happened on Joseph Avenue overnight. (WSMV)
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A shooting investigation is underway in East Nashville after a man was shot in the hip. Stay with News 4 for updates on this developing story.

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Residents voice safety concerns about South Nashville apartment tower Video included

The apartment building has been undergoing renovations for 16 months. (WSMV) The apartment building has been undergoing renovations for 16 months. (WSMV)
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For 16 months, Radnor Towers apartments on Nolensville Pike have been undergoing renovations.

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Police ID suspect in deadly shooting at Cumberland View apartments

Robert Allen Richards is wanted in connection with the shooting. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Robert Allen Richards is wanted in connection with the shooting. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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Police are continuing to search for the suspect, 25-year-old Robert Allen Richards. His last known address is in La Vergne.

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Businesses, homeowners flocking to popular west Nashville neighborhood Video included

The Nations has become a trendy neighborhood in Nashville. (WSMV) The Nations has become a trendy neighborhood in Nashville. (WSMV)
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What was once considered to be a run-down, industrial area of Nashville is quickly turning into one of the area's trendiest neighborhoods.

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Candlelight vigil held for 12-year-old murder victim Video included

Yhoana Arteaga was found murdered in her family's mobile home. (WSMV) Yhoana Arteaga was found murdered in her family's mobile home. (WSMV)
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Yhoana was found dead inside her family's mobile home last Thursday. Investigators say she suffered blunt force trauma and her clothes were in disarray.

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Police investigating murder-suicide at East Nashville home

Two bodies were found at the East Nashville home. (WSMV) Two bodies were found at the East Nashville home. (WSMV)
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Metro detectives are investigating a murder-suicide in East Nashville on Thursday afternoon.

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MLS2Nashville reveals updated soccer stadium plan Video included

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The MLS2Nashville group has unveiled an updated plan for a soccer stadium at the Nashville Fairgrounds.

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Metro Schools: About 600 7th graders still need vaccinations

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Beginning Thursday, seventh graders enrolled in Metro Schools will not be allowed to go to school without their vaccination certificate.

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Adventure Science Center sells out of solar eclipse glasses Video included

The Adventure Science Center put out this sign to let visitors know the glasses were sold out. (WSMV) The Adventure Science Center put out this sign to let visitors know the glasses were sold out. (WSMV)
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After days of long lines, the Adventure Science Center has sold out of glasses for the solar eclipse. Stay with News 4 for updates on this story.

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Spiritual meaning, folklore connected to total solar eclipse Video included

The eclipse takes place Monday, Aug. 21. (WSMV) The eclipse takes place Monday, Aug. 21. (WSMV)
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There are five days to go until the total solar eclipse crosses from the west coast to east coast, coming right through Middle Tennessee. For some, the experience brings tales of folklore and religious meaning.

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Are you retiring in the right city? Here are the top retirement cities

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Many of us spend our entire careers working toward a comfortable retirement, but exactly how comfortable those golden years turn out to be may have a lot to do with where you decided to settle down. 

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Police: Man arrested for jumping off bridge with daughter

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A man has been arrested after allegedly jumping with his daughter off a bridge into the Cumberland River earlier this month.

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North Nashville school evacuated due to smoke

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MLK Jr. Academic Magnet School is in north Nashville off Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard. It's not clear what is causing the issue.

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Race for empty Metro Council seat heading to runoff election

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The seat for District 33 will be filled by either Antoinette Lee or Tim Herndon, who received the most votes during Tuesday's special election.

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MNPS explains decision to voluntarily test water in all schools Video included

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Officials with Metro Nashville Public Schools are voluntarily testing the water for lead in all schools.

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Possible Molotov cocktail thrown at truck in Antioch Video included

The incident happened around 11 p.m. on Murfreesboro Pike. (WSMV) The incident happened around 11 p.m. on Murfreesboro Pike. (WSMV)
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The incident happened around 11 p.m. Tuesday on the 2700 block of Murfreesboro Pike.

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Mother burned in north Nashville house fire Video included

Firefighters responded to the home on Roman Drive around 3 a.m. Wednesday. (WSMV) Firefighters responded to the home on Roman Drive around 3 a.m. Wednesday. (WSMV)
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A couple and their teenage daughter were woken up by smoke alarms and were all able to escape the house on Roman Drive around 3 a.m. Wednesday.

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Woman injured in crash after shooting, chase; Search continues for suspects Video included

The driver crashed into a rock wall on Old Hickory Boulevard. (WSMV) The driver crashed into a rock wall on Old Hickory Boulevard. (WSMV)
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A woman is in the hospital after the car she was in slammed into a rock wall during a chase. The three men following the couple had gotten into an argument with them late Tuesday night in Antioch.

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Councilman questions conditions inside Nashville fire hall Video included

A councilman wants to know why firefighters work and live among what appears to be mold. (WSMV) A councilman wants to know why firefighters work and live among what appears to be mold. (WSMV)
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News 4 obtained pictures of the inside of the Engine 32 Fire Hall in Nashville from Councilman Steve Glover, who took them after he began receiving complaints.

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After 74 years, remains of WWII soldier arrive home to Nashville Video included

The remains of Staff Sergeant William Turner were returned home on Tuesday. (WSMV) The remains of Staff Sergeant William Turner were returned home on Tuesday. (WSMV)
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Decades ago, a Nashville man left home to serve his country in World War II. Tuesday, his remains finally arrived home. His story is giving hope to other families still waiting for that closure. 

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Visitors brought in over $57M in spending during CMA Fest

Photo taken from Air 4 of CMA Fest in 2015. (WSMV) Photo taken from Air 4 of CMA Fest in 2015. (WSMV)
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According to the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp., the dip in visitor spending is partially due to the fact that more locals are attending the event.

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Woman almost carjacked after stopping to help at crash on I-24 Video included

The attempted carjacking happened on I-24 near Harding Place. (WSMV) The attempted carjacking happened on I-24 near Harding Place. (WSMV)
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The victim told police she stopped to help after seeing a truck crash on Interstate 24 near the exit for Harding Place.

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Investment group unveils renderings for MLS stadium in Nashville

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The team leading the charge for a professional soccer team made their pitch to Metro Council on Monday night, unveiling for the first time what the new soccer stadium could look like.

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Metro animal control offers $10 adoptions through Saturday

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Metro Animal Care and Control is at capacity and is reducing its adoption fees.

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Power restored to over 500 NES customers

The power outage affected 531 NES customers. (WSMV) The power outage affected 531 NES customers. (WSMV)
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According to NES, there was an issue with the breaker at the substation that serves the area.

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How to safely take photos, videos of total solar eclipse Video included

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There is just one week until the total solar eclipse coming through Middle Tennessee, and many people will need to know how to safely take photos and videos to capture the moment. "I would say practice doing this before the eclipse day because there's going to be so much action that day that you just want to be ready," said Christine Rogers, a photography professor at Belmont University in Nashville. The total solar eclipse on August 21 will happen in the middle of the day... More>>

Nashville restaurant Sole Mio to close after 23 years Video included

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A downtown Nashville restaurant is closing after serving the community for nearly 23 years.

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Metro Schools: 37% of 7th graders don’t have immunizations

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Metro Nashville Public Schools said Monday that more than a third of seventh-grade students have not shown proof of immunization.

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Metro officers to carry drug to combat opioid overdoses Video included

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Metro Police officers will begin carrying the prescription medication Naloxone that can be used to treat the effects of an opioid overdose, police announced Friday in a news release.

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Tomato Art Festival begins Friday in East Nashville Video included

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One of Music City’s most popular festivals begins Friday night in East Nashville.

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Hillsboro student arrested after gun found on campus Video included

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A 17-year-old senior was arrested for having a loaded .40-caliber pistol in his car at Hillsboro High School, according to police.

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Arrest made in connection with Antioch bank robbery

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Metro Police have arrested a 61-year-old man in connection with a robbery on Thursday in Antioch.

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Video shows Metro Council candidate tasing campaign sign Video included

Jack Byrd III is running for Metro Council in District 33. (WSMV) Jack Byrd III is running for Metro Council in District 33. (WSMV)
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Jack Byrd III is running for the open Metro Council seat in Antioch. A video now circulating on social media shows him using a stun gun on a campaign sign for Mayor Megan Barry, all while someone else records.

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Police ID motorcyclist killed in Bellevue crash Video included

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Metro police are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash in Bellevue.

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Nashville's July 4 event generates more than $8M in spending

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Nashville’s Independence Day celebration generated more than $8 million in direct visitor spending, an increase of 15 percent from 2016, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp announced on Thursday.

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Man charged with arson in connection with Bellevue restaurant fire

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Police have made an arrest in an arson investigation that happened at a Japanese restaurant in Bellevue back in May.

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Program allows Metro students to ride MTA buses for free Video included

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Instead of taking a school bus every day, some 4,500 Metro Nashville Public Schools students are choosing to take a city bus for free.

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Live On the Green returns to Public Square Park on Thursday Video included

Live On the Green returns to Nashville on Aug. 10. (WSMV) Live On the Green returns to Nashville on Aug. 10. (WSMV)
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Saint Paul and the Broken Bones will be the headliners on opening night at Public Square Park.

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Man arrested after standoff with police at south Nashville home Video included

The standoff happened at a home on Jeffrey Drive. (WSMV) The standoff happened at a home on Jeffrey Drive. (WSMV)
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A woman called police around 10 p.m. Wednesday and said she had a fight with her husband and that he was armed with a gun.

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Nashville organization donates school supplies to teachers in need Video included

The store, which is in The Nations neighborhood, lets teachers shop for free. (WSMV) The store, which is in The Nations neighborhood, lets teachers shop for free. (WSMV)
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The average teacher spends approximately $500 of their own money on school supplies every year. A local organization is stepping up to help teachers struggling to make ends meet.

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Middle Tennessee remembers Glen Campbell Video included

Glen Campbell died Tuesday at the age of 81. (WSMV) Glen Campbell died Tuesday at the age of 81. (WSMV)
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The world is remembering Glen Campbell for his series of hits, his screen roles and his hosting gigs on TV. He was a man who took songs and turned them into standards.

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Autopsy: Max Barry had opioids, cocaine and marijuana in system

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Max Barry, son of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, died as a result of drug overdose, according to the coroner’s report released to News 4 on Wednesday.

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500 food service jobs open in downtown Nashville due to worker shortage Video included

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Restaurants in downtown Nashville are struggling to find qualified people to work as the city’s growth has drained the pool of workers.

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Man charged in death of woman in wrong-way crash in June

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A Nashville man has been charged in connection with a wrong-way crash in June on Briley Parkway that killed one person and injured another, according to police.

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2017 inductees for Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame announced Video included

Jim McBride is one of this year's inductees to the hall of fame. (WSMV) Jim McBride is one of this year's inductees to the hall of fame. (WSMV)
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Vern Gosdin, Jim McBride, Walt Aldridge and Tim Nichols will be officially inducted into the hall of fame during a gala on Oct. 23.

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Woman carjacked by 4 men on Lipscomb University campus

Police released this photo of the suspects. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Police released this photo of the suspects. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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According to police, one of the men tapped the driver's side window of the victim's car with a handgun and told her to get out of the car. The woman said she reached for her purse, which is when another teen said, "You're not taking that."

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Pothole causing major problems for Bellevue residents Video included

The pothole has been causing issues for drivers near a shopping center. (WSMV) The pothole has been causing issues for drivers near a shopping center. (WSMV)
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Potholes and traffic jams are what everyone hates the most about driving in Middle Tennessee. One man was so fed up with all the damage caused to cars that he literally took the problem into his own hands.

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58 pounds of marijuana seized during Inglewood drug bust

Arthur Williams was charged in connection with the bust. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Arthur Williams was charged in connection with the bust. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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Police seized over 50 pounds of marijuana during a raid in Inglewood. Officers said they also found Xanax pills and a gun inside the home on Inglewood Circle South.

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Search ongoing for 4 armed robbers in south Nashville

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The victims told police the suspects were armed with handguns and demanded their belongings.

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John Overton High School opening late after construction delays Video included

John Overton High School underwent renovation work over summer break. (WSMV file photo) John Overton High School underwent renovation work over summer break. (WSMV file photo)
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Officials at Metro Nashville Public Schools wanted to open Monday, but renovations to the school fell behind over the summer break.

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Immunizations required for Metro students heading back to school Video included

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With Metro Schools back in session, time is running out to get your child's required immunizations.

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Report: More than half of women murder victims killed by partners Video included

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More than half of all women who are killed die at the hands of their romantic partner, according to a study recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Nashville airport to offer direct flights to London in May 2018 Video included

Gov. Bill Haslam and Mayor Megan Barry made the announcement Tuesday morning. (WSMV) Gov. Bill Haslam and Mayor Megan Barry made the announcement Tuesday morning. (WSMV)
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British Airways will launch direct flights five days a week between London and Nashville.

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Suspect indicted in fatal stabbing of Nashville nurse

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Christopher McLawhorn is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, especially aggravated burglary and two counts of theft of property under $1,000.

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Hume-Fogg High School evacuated due to chemical spill Video included

Hume-Fogg High School was evacuated Tuesday morning. (WSMV) Hume-Fogg High School was evacuated Tuesday morning. (WSMV)
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Metro Schools officials said hydrochloric acid was accidentally dropped inside of a chemistry lab.

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Woman carjacked at gunpoint at south Nashville apartments

The carjacking happened around 5 a.m. Tuesday. (WSMV) The carjacking happened around 5 a.m. Tuesday. (WSMV)
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The crime happened at the Stone Ridge Apartments on Patricia Drive just after 5 a.m. Tuesday.

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Man accused of robbing women in south Nashville parking lot arrested

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Dusan Simic, 37, is facing several charges, including carjacking, aggravated robbery, theft and evading arrest.

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Residents in popular Nashville neighborhoods pushing for permit parking Video included

Around Nashville, more and more residential streets are becoming off limits for public parking. (WSMV) Around Nashville, more and more residential streets are becoming off limits for public parking. (WSMV)
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Whether you live on a busy road or want to visit an up-and-coming spot, parking comes at a premium.

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Governor, mayor to make 'significant' economic development announcement Video included

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Gov. Bill Haslam and Nashville Mayor Megan Barry are expected to make a major economic development announcement on Tuesday.

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Former Titan Oher's court hearing reset for October Video included

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A former Tennessee Titans player appeared in court today after a fateful Uber ride where he allegedly drunkenly assaulted the driver in a gas station parking lot. 

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Old Hickory neighbors say drainage issues lead to flooded homes

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The rain came down hard and heavy on Sunday, with nearly 5 inches of rain falling in just a few hours. There are several residents who are still working to pump water out of their basements.

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2-year-old Preds fan dies of cancer, community voices support Video included

Trip Phinney received a visit from Predators players Mike Fisher and Roman Josi. (Source: Team Trip / Facebook) Trip Phinney received a visit from Predators players Mike Fisher and Roman Josi. (Source: Team Trip / Facebook)
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Monday, Trip passed away following a battle with cancer that lasted most of his life. For both those who did and didn't know him, Trip left quite an impression. 

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Community meeting gets heated over homeless village

Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV) Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV)
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Some residents in a Nashville neighborhood are not happy about a local church's plan. The "Tiny Village" of micro homes for the homeless will be behind Glencliff Church in south Nashville.

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Glencliff community at odds over micro homes village for homeless

Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV) Artist's rendering of the planned micro home community. (WSMV)
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The quiet green parcel of land in front of the Glencliff United Methodist Church will soon be home to 22 tiny houses designed for Nashville's most vulnerable homeless population.

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Police ID suspect in rape, abduction, robbery near Belmont

A woman was abducted from her apartment Monday morning. (WSMV) A woman was abducted from her apartment Monday morning. (WSMV)
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According to the Metro Nashville Police Department, the victim said she woke up and saw a man in her bedroom holding a razor blade around 4 a.m. Monday.

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Nurse killed in stabbing at Wedgewood condo; police searching for suspect

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Metro police are searching for the man who fatally stabbed a woman inside her Wedgewood condo on Tuesday morning.

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Metro police officer dies while trying to save woman in Cumberland River

Officer Eric Mumaw was 44 years old. (Source: Metro Nashville Police Department) Officer Eric Mumaw was 44 years old. (Source: Metro Nashville Police Department)
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Metro Officer Eric Mumaw died Thursday morning while trying to save a woman who was threatening to drive her car into the Cumberland River.

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Police officer shot in north Nashville; Suspected gunman found dead

The shooting happened at the Cumberland Inn on West Trinity Lane. (WSMV) The shooting happened at the Cumberland Inn on West Trinity Lane. (WSMV)
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A police officer was shot in the shoulder while responding to a call at the Cumberland Inn on Tuesday morning, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.

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Sergeant on leave after shooting armed man at Donelson restaurant

Jordan Agnew was shot during an armed confrontation with police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Jordan Agnew was shot during an armed confrontation with police. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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Police said the suspect, Jordan Martel Agnew, was a disgruntled former employee of Uncle Bud's on Old Lebanon Pike.

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Police: Driver in Ellington Pkwy crash died from gunshot wound

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Metro police say the driver of a pickup truck who ran off of Ellington Parkway early Tuesday morning appears to have died from a gunshot wound.

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Nashville marijuana decriminalization bill passes final reading

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Metro Council has passed a bill that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana in Nashville.

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Mayor, police chief asking for $1M for equipment to protect officers

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Nashville city leaders have announced a plan to spend $1 million on equipment for police officers. The equipment, which includes ballistic plates and vests, is designed for officers who are going into tense environments.

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Nashville to host dozens of free events for Marine Week

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More than 80 free events will be offered throughout Music City encompassing the theme of "Community, Country and Corps."

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2 Metro police officers decommissioned over social media posts

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Two Metro police officers were decommissioned just days apart. It stems from their behavior on social media, specifically Facebook.

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City working to improve Nashville's worst intersections

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Mayor Megan Barry promised to improve traffic. The first evidence of that a plan to spend millions improving 15 intersections in Nashville.

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Some neighbors push against higher density housing proposal

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Neighborhoods around Nashville are seeing new homes pop up every day, sometimes creating tension between developers and neighbors.

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State investigates legality of work around possible rock quarry site

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The signs against a possible rock quarry are everywhere around Old Hickory. The quarry's not a done deal, but crews are already at work on the land. The state's in the midst of an investigation into whether the company has the proper permits for what they're doing. More>>

Suspect accused of shooting at Metro officers released from hospital, booked into jail

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Matthew McKervey allegedly shot at police when they came to his apartment on Hawkins Street to serve a drug-related search warrant last week.. More>>

Growth tops voters' concerns in Nashville mayoral race

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With Nashville growing like never before, voters said growth and development are the top concerns in the upcoming mayoral race. More>>

How safe are Nashville's greenways?

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Nashville has gotten a lot of praise for its greenways, but are security concerns on the trails being kept secret. More>>

Police searching for 2 men after fatal shooting in Antioch

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The search is on for two men in connection to an attempted robbery turned fatal shooting in Antioch. More>>

Councilman crusades for harsher penalties for illegal dumping

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Dozens of used mattresses dumped along the side of Nashville roads have become an ugly and expensive eyesore. And Metro authorities are having a tough time getting the dumping to stop. More>>

Truck collides with horse on Old Hickory Boulevard

A Nashville family's truck was destroyed after colliding with a horse overnight. The family was driving down Old Hickory Boulevard when they say two horses ran across the road in front of them. More>>

Robber holds up Sonic on Murfreesboro Road

Police are searching for an armed robber who caused a big mess at a south Nashville Sonic overnight. More>>

Scheme busted that would get teens beer with secret password

A secret word may have been all that separated underage buyers and the alcohol they were after, and undercover video tells the story. More>>

Lawyer who stole from dementia patient sentenced

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Former attorney John E. Clemmons is sentenced to 8 years for stealing from a dementia patient who was his ward. More>>

Restaurateur pledges help for couple who escaped flood

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After reading about a couple who lost everything in Thursday's flood, a stranger who knows the personal anguish a flood can cause reached out with an act of kindness that is inspiring the community. More>>

Metro water customer discovers reason for unusually high bill

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Two people who live in the same area and use the same amount of water each month pay wildly different rates, and the reason could have you checking your bills more closely. More>>

Vanderbilt addresses concerns over medical center job cuts

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A vice chancellor at Vanderbilt University says the medical center is in a tough spot and much more downsizing is on the horizon.
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9-year-old Nashville girl killed in Chattanooga crash

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A 9-year-old girl died and four other family members were injured in a crash early today on I-24 in Chattanooga. More>>

Nashville Children's Theater seeks donations after big budget gap

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The Nashville Children's Theater - the oldest such professional theater company in the country - is some $70,000 in the red this year. More>>

Startup business owners pitch ideas at conference

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At the first ever Southland Conference at the Cannery Ballroom, startup business owners had to make a grand impression to potential investors. More>>

Man killed on I-40 in Nashville

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A man died after being hit by at least two vehicles Saturday night on Interstate 40 near downtown Nashville. More>>

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Pipeline project resumes after Radnor Lake spill

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Piedmont Gas crews have resumed construction on the controversial pipeline project at Radnor Lake State Park after a messy problem last week. More>>

2 face charges for harboring 17-year-old murder suspect

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A woman was arrested Friday and another person is being sought after the arrest of a 17-year-old boy accused of killing a Pearl-Cohn student. More>>

Cousin accused of harboring teen murder suspect says he's innocent

A man accused of harboring a teenage murder suspect surrendered to authorities but said he is innocent. More>>

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