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The wait is over for seniors at Belmont Village Senior Living who finally received their COVID-19 vaccines. [Read More]
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A man is lucky to walk away unharmed after he says his car was shot at multiple times on I-24 East. [Read More]
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The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance locating a runaway juvenile. [Read More]
Metro Public Health officials reported 496 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. This brings Davidson County's total number of cases to 82,057. [Read More]
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A fire that ravaged a restaurant on Main Street in Franklin Saturday morning has been extinguished. [Read More]
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One person is dead following a crash on I-24 in South Nashville Saturday morning. [Read More]
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Like most communities, Nashville Latinos are feeling the blow dealt by COVID-19. But one organization is working to make sure their unique needs are met... [Read More]
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City of La Vergne starts "No Knock" list in effort to crack down on aggressive door-to-door commercial solicitors... [Read More]
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A man was charged after investigators say he created and shared a fake photo of people urinating on the grave of deceased law enforcement officer,... [Read More]
Clarksville Police identified two homicide victims as a woman and her father. [Read More]
As we remember Hank Aaron as one of the all-time greats, we're looking back at his illustrious career and why some say it all started... [Read More]
Books open entire worlds for our children, but so many here in Nashville don't have access to them at home. That's why NewsChannel 5 along... [Read More]
This is the first limited-time entrÃ... [Read More]
Haile believes the disparity comes from Tennessee giving two-thirds of it's supply to major hospital chains. Those hospitals are currently only offering the vaccine to... [Read More]
Two men were found dead in a running, parked car in Springfield on Friday. [Read More]
The Williamson County School district is developing a diversity and inclusion plan to help stomp out racism in the classroom. [Read More]
Seniors in Hermitage stay active in their bowling league. Even 96-year-old Robert Ziegler is staying safe with friends at the bowling alley. Hear his story... [Read More]
Lisle was asked by the President's Inauguration Committee to do the lighting around the National Mall for the ceremony. [Read More]
Smith County Sheriff's deputies arrested Andrew Wayne Halford after he admitted to placing a camera in the bathroom of Smith County Elite Cheerleading and Athletics. [Read More]
The optional schools application process for Metro Nashville Public School's 2021-2022 school year starts Monday, January 25. [Read More]
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