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The dispute impacts entities that purchase Ford vehicles off a state contract. (WSMV) The dispute impacts entities that purchase Ford vehicles off a state contract. (WSMV)

MTSU, Clarksville among complainants that weren’t given discounts off state contract Video included

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The department of general services and the winner of a lucrative state contract are in the midst of battle in which at least $90,000 taxpayer dollars are at stake, a Channel 4 I-Team investigation has found.

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Former probation officer in trouble with the law again Video included

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Wayne Hargrove asked a young woman, his former probationer, for nude photos, and then pointed a gun at her after she denied his request, according to a police report dated July 17.

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Business owner begins to return customers’ belongings after I-Team report Video included

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The owner of a Nashville fur store said he can give back most of his customers’ belongings after “finalizing something.”

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Durham remains on ballot despite suspending campaign Video included

Jeremy Durham (WSMV File) Jeremy Durham (WSMV File)
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A lawmaker accused of sexually harassing 22 women is still technically in the race for his seat, even though he announced he would be suspending his campaign.

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Rutherford County employees say security too lax at county clerk's building Video included

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Last week, Channel 4 first reported a break-in at the Rutherford County Clerk’s office building. The Channel 4 I-Team has found that high-ranking city employees have been complaining for months that security was too lax. They want to know why the county mayor hasn’t taken action.

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Metro school board candidate under fire for social media posts Video included

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A candidate for the Metro Nashville Public School board is under fire, answering questions about tweets using language some might consider offensive.

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Customers demand answers after Nashville fur business closes Video included

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Several customers say they don't know the location of some of their most prized possessions after a Nashville business suddenly closed its doors.

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Rep. Jeremy Durham files lawsuit to halt release of investigation results Video included

Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin (WSMV) Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin (WSMV)
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After months of scrutiny, embattled state Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin, is fighting back.

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Manchester man says he was detained by city alderman Video included

Manchester Alderman Tim Kilgore (WSMV) Manchester Alderman Tim Kilgore (WSMV)
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The Channel 4 I-Team is investigating what some call an abuse of power by a Manchester city alderman.

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Are ride-sharing regulations enough to keep users safe? Video included

Even if you've never used services like Uber or Lyft, you likely know someone who has. (WSMV) Even if you've never used services like Uber or Lyft, you likely know someone who has. (WSMV)
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Summertime means more people coming to Nashville for vacation. It also means ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft putting more drivers on the road to help those tourists get around the city.

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Alderman communicated with officers during deadly police chase Video included

Jessica Campos was killed in a police chase that spanned two counties. (WSMV) Jessica Campos was killed in a police chase that spanned two counties. (WSMV)
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An investigation is underway into how a Manchester alderman was able to use a radio channel reserved for police to give instructions to officers during a police chase last month.

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Pro-ISIS group's kill list features names of Nashville residents Video included

United Cyber Caliphate is a pro-ISIS hacking group. (WSMV) United Cyber Caliphate is a pro-ISIS hacking group. (WSMV)
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The Channel 4 I-Team has confirmed that FBI agents have been notifying certain people in the Nashville area, warning them that their names are on a kill list circulated by a pro-ISIS group.

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Some question whether Metro's budget being spent wisely Video included

Some Metro Council members are asking for $500,000 for new police motorcycles. (WSMV) Some Metro Council members are asking for $500,000 for new police motorcycles. (WSMV)
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It has only been one week since Metro Council voted on the mayor's budget proposal, but some city leaders are already looking ahead to next year.

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Nonprofit at center of I-Team investigation refuses cameras at public meeting Video included

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Board members of a nonprofit at the center of a Channel 4 I-Team investigation were not pleased to find our cameras at their public meeting on Thursday.

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Retired First Sgt. says curse-filled resignation letters stems from ‘toxic leadership’ Video included

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To black out all of the curse words in retired First Sgt. Dennis Carter’s resignation letter, you need a lot of marker. To hear him read it aloud, you need a lot of bleeps.

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Shooter claims self-defense in the shooting of a former councilman Video included

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The shooter of Loniel Greene said he had no choice but defend himself when the former councilman used a racial slur to him and then approached him in a threatening matter, according to witnesses and people who have spoken to Hunt-Clark.

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Coach at subject of I-Team investigation settles lawsuit

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The terms of a settlement before a former Tennessee Titans player and the family that sued him are not being disclosed.

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Indicted sheriff to receive pay raise beginning July 1 Video included

Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold (WSMV) Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold (WSMV)
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Last month, Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold was indicted on federal charges, along with his chief administrative deputy, Joe Russell, and his uncle, John Vanderveer.

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Family believes laminate flooring caused teen's health issues Video included

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If Cole Falsetto loves anything, it’s karate. The 16-year-old had been training every day, until suddenly, he couldn’t.

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State election officials investigating Rep. Jeremy Durham Video included

Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin (WSMV) Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin (WSMV)
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State election officials voted to investigate the campaign finance account of embattled lawmaker Rep. Jeremy Durham, R-Franklin.

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Investigation into Blue Angels crash still in early stages Video included

The Blue Angels plane crashed in Smyrna last Thursday. (WSMV) The Blue Angels plane crashed in Smyrna last Thursday. (WSMV)
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It could be months before investigators determine what caused a Blue Angels jet to crash last Thursday.

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Drivers continue push for recall over vehicle's known issue Video included

Drivers say the 2007 Saturn Sky has a potentially deadly issue. (WSMV) Drivers say the 2007 Saturn Sky has a potentially deadly issue. (WSMV)
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Drivers fed up after years of asking General Motors to recall their vehicle are now going to a federal agency for help.

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Photograph raises questions if students were mocking punishment Video included

The I-Team obtained a photo of the 11 students after graduation. (WSMV) The I-Team obtained a photo of the 11 students after graduation. (WSMV)
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A photograph obtained by the Channel 4 I-Team shows the 11 Dickson County High School students found responsible for causing $11,000 worth of vandalism, holding up their fingers to display “11” after their high school graduation.

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Distracted driving crashes hit new high in Tennessee Video included

Some say distracted driving law aren't being enforced. (WSMV) Some say distracted driving law aren't being enforced. (WSMV)
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For Sarah Kuck, the spray paint on Highway 50 marks more than a car crash. It identifies the worst day of her life.

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Mother of 3 spent 44 days in jail after sharing name with suspect Video included

Ke’Nieshea Adkins spent 44 days at the Tennessee Prison for Women. Ke’Nieshea Adkins spent 44 days at the Tennessee Prison for Women.
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It was the little things that Ke’Nieshea Adkins missed the most while locked up in the Tennessee Prison for Women on a federal drug charge: her son Broderick improving his dribbling skills, the hugs of her 4-year-old Ajontrell, her daughter Ke’Montajah’s smiles.

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Boyfriend denies involvement, responsibility in Ashley Mason’s death

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For nearly a year, the family of Ashley Mason has said they believe she was killed by the hands of her boyfriend.

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Family wants Hendersonville police to reopen woman's death investigation Video included

Family members believe Ashley Mason was violently attacked before her death, but police ruled her death accidental. (WSMV) Family members believe Ashley Mason was violently attacked before her death, but police ruled her death accidental. (WSMV)
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This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the death that rocked a community.

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State agency blamed for more than 100 parolees avoiding mandated domestic violence classes Video included

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Emails, state records and an interview with a former member of the board of parole show how a backlog within the Tennessee Department of Correction allowed for 115 parolees to avoid taking mandated domestic violence classes and hundreds of other criminals still not enrolled in the classes.

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Army major sentenced to 90 days after court martial

Army Major Christian “Kit” Martin Army Major Christian “Kit” Martin
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An Army major will spend 90 days in a U.S. penitentiary and will be dismissed from the military.

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Majority of pothole claims not paid out Video included

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It’s over before you even realized what happened. Hitting a pothole can damage your car, put a dent in your bank account, and can even result in injuries.

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    Jeremy Finley is the chief investigative reporter for the Channel 4 I-Team. He specializes in investigations into corruption, criminal activity and waste of taxpayer money.

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