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Thousands make strides against breast cancer


Walkers raise money, awareness for breast cancer treatment and prevention. More>>

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Suspect charged in fatal Bordeaux shooting


Police have arrested a man accused in Tuesday morning’s fatal shooting of Thaddeus Watkins in the 3200 block of Briarwick Drive. More>>

John Boehner's here to stay, for now, with nothing to lose


Speaker John Boehner wants out. He really does. More>>

Black men call for change at Million Man March anniversary


Black men from around the nation returned to the National Mall to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and call for changes in policing and in black communities. More>>

Congressman turns to Craigslist to fill speaker vacancy


Democratic Rep. Takano's posted a job ad on Craigslist for the new Speaker of the House asking for someone willing to keep the government open with proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Babysitting experience is "STRONGLY PREFERRED." More>>

Woman's eye glued shut after eye drops, nail glue mix-up Video included


A woman said when she called for help after debris flew into her eye, someone used nail glue instead of eye drops.  More>>

Nobel Peace Prize boosts struggling Tunisian democracy Video included


It was the fall of 2013 and Tunisia's newfound democracy was in grave danger. The assassination of a left-wing politician had prompted the opposition to walk out of the constitutional assembly. The government was... More>>

Agent credited with saving Ronald Reagan's life during assassination attempt dies

President Reagan bids farewell to Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent on Feb. 27, 1985 in Washington that he credits with saving his life during an assassination attempt . Parr retired after 22 years. (Source: AP Photo/Barry Thumma) President Reagan bids farewell to Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent on Feb. 27, 1985 in Washington that he credits with saving his life during an assassination attempt . Parr retired after 22 years. (Source: AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

Jerry Parr died Friday of congestive heart failure, according to multiple media outlets.  More>>

Northern Arizona IDs victims in campus shooting; 1 dead Video included


A suspect is in custody Friday after a shooting at the Flagstaff, AZ, campus of Northern Arizona University left one person dead and three wounded. More>>

More details revealed in violent Nashville crime spree Video included


Metro police said one man is linked to a slew of violent crimes reported last week over the span of a couple of hours. More>>

Emerald Ash Borer threatens Middle TN trees Video included


Pumpkins, leaves changing and bonfires are things many of us enjoy during the fall. However, what we often can’t see is a little insect joining our campfires that is actually killing our trees. More>>

Channel 4 on 'Best of Nashville' list


Channel 4 was voted among the city’s best in the Nashville Scene’s Best of Nashville 2015 list. More>>

Clarksville mother victim of identity theft scheme Video included


A young mother is trying to put her life back together after someone stole her purse and her identity. More>>

Metro police prepare for annual talent show Video included


A group of Metro police officers are about to make their musical debut. More>>

Clay Co. schools to remain open thanks to temporary injunction Video included


A last-minute decision will save a school district from padlocking schools at midnight Friday. More>>

Bridge closure, busy weekend downtown to create traffic mess Video included


For the sixth time this year, a major portion of Interstate 40 will be shut down beginning Friday at 8 p.m. for Fast Fix 8. More>>

Current, former apartment residents say electric bills are unusually high Video included


Some residents of a Bellevue apartment complex said they received abnormally high utility bills from Nashville Electric Service. More>>

Suspect accused in shooting death of TSU student appears in court Video included


New details came out in court Friday in the deadly shooting investigation of a Tennessee State University student. More>>

Family: Missing man is in 'serious danger' Video included


Michael Harvey, 42, was last seen on Clarksville Highway near Whites Creek. He is a computer programmer at a Fortune 100 company in the area and is said to be very involved in the homeless shelters in Nashville. More>>

Couch Potato: Not a great Saturday of SEC ball, but better than a sharp stick in the eye


A Saturday of watching even a mediocre week of SEC ball is better than watching news Monday through Friday. Especially this week. More>>

3 arrested after marijuana grow operation found at home Video included


David Hale, Stephen Randolph and Douglas Butcher were arrested after Metro police said the plants were growing out in the open. More>>

2 shot at Texas Southern student housing, 1 dead Video included


A shooting at an apartment complex on the edge of the Texas Southern University left one dead and another wounded, according to police. Houston police said on Twitter that a possible suspect had been detained. More>>

The Latest: Student fatally shot at college housing complex

The latest on a shooting outside a Texas Southern University student housing complex (all times local): More>>

Franklin High senior hopes to shadow Jimmy Fallon


A Franklin High School students want to go behind the scenes with Jimmy Fallon to see how The Tonight Show host works. More>>

Clear the Shelter event offers free pet adoptions


There are so many cats and dogs at Metro Animal Care and Control that the agency is offering free adoptions. More>>

Vanderbilt band director leaves amid investigation


The director of the marching band at Vanderbilt University has left his job in the wake of a newspaper's investigation into an inappropriate relationship he had with a high school student while serving as a band director in Kentucky over 10 years ago. More>>

Pop culture rules Halloween costumes in 2015, with superheroes (and heroines) littering the list of most popular costumes. Thanks to the 2014 movie release, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are also giving heroes a run for their money. More>>

100,000 expected to attend Oktoberfest in Germantown this weekend Video included


The event has been a Tennessee tradition since 1980 and is considered to be one of the biggest fall festivals in the South. More>>

Officer, child injured in separate Hendersonville crashes


An officer is involved in a crash on Old Shackle Island Road in Hendersonville. The crash happened while the officer was responding to another crash in the area. More>>

Goodlettsville man accused of trying to sell stolen trailer to officer

Jeremiah Ray (Source: Hendersonville PD) Jeremiah Ray (Source: Hendersonville PD)

Over the past month, 20 utility trailers have been stolen in the Hendersonville area. Jeremiah Ray is believed to be connected to those crimes.  More>>

Some downtown residents complain of noise at Ascend Amphitheater Video included


The new Ascend Amphitheater in downtown Nashville is not getting applause from everyone. More>>

Police investigating robbery at bank in White House


The robbery at Volunteer State Bank was reported just before 10 a.m. Friday. No one was injured in the incident. More>>

South loop of I-40 closed this weekend as part of 'Fast Fix 8'


The south loop of Interstate 40 will be closed again this weekend in downtown Nashville as part of TDOT's Fast Fix 8 project. More>>

Man wanted for breaking into car, using stolen credit cards


The burglary happened on Saturday at First Presbyterian Church on Franklin Pike. The stolen cards were later used at the Target and Walgreens on Charlotte Pike.  More>>

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