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Tennessee Police Officer Shares Emotional Final Call with Dispatcher Daughter Before Retirement

A Tennessee police officer left his lieutenant post after 25 years recently, and shared an emotional final call with his daughter, a dispatcher. Chattanooga Police Lt. Austin Garrett retired from the department earlier this month before joining the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department, WTVC reported


Heavy rain brings more potholes to Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Heavy rain is creating more potholes across Davidson County. Metro Public Works has crews out on the streets filling potholes as they crop up, according to an agency post on Twitter.


Homeless camps flood as rain continues

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The rain finally gave Ciara Christopher a break on Wednesday afternoon but by that time is was already too late. Everything she owned, which wasn't much, had already been destroyed.


Police: Suspected drunk man throws whiskey glass through hotel window

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - After disregarding a warning by officers, a man threw a whiskey glass through the window of a hotel downtown, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage, according to Metro police.


TN Republicans Tout CARE Plan To Improve Health Care

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - Tennessee House Republicans focused on what they call "The CARE Plan" Thursday. CARE spells out consumerism, access, rural, and empowering. State capitol newsroom reporter Chris Bundgaard looks at the plan, which is about health care.


Paris FFA Officers Spend Day On Capitol Hill

Nashville, Tenn.–It’s one thing to learn about government but another to see it in action and the Paris FFA Officer team learned that on a personal level, spending the day at Capitol Hill in Nashville on Thursday.


Rutherford Weekend: 5 Things to do this Weekend

WHAT: Those familiar with the quilting hobby community knows that once there was a convention that happened every year in Nashville. The original organizers no longer make it to Nashville, but other great groups have stepped up to keep this community going. Presented by the Modern Quilt Guild, Quilt


New program helps former inmates learn business basics

NORTH NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Terrance Akins got his first lesson on how to start a business Thursday night. He wants to start his own clothing line-- a dream he's been chasing since turning his life around and going back to school.


New Vandy AD extends contracts for Mason, other coaches

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — New Vanderbilt athletic director Malcolm Turner has extended the contract of football coach Derek Mason after the Commodores reached a second bowl game in three seasons.


Aerial view of February Flooding

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Mother Nature has shown little mercy across Middle Tennessee in the way of rainfall over the course of the last week. Leaving area creeks and streams overflowing their banks and more rain is on the way.


Facebook Blamed for Trafficking of Tennessee Girl

(CN) – The mother of a Tennessee girl sued Facebook on Wednesday, claiming the social media giant allowed her then-15-year-old daughter to be groomed and extorted by human traffickers who kidnapped her and sold her to hundreds of sexual predators while she was locked in a hotel bathroom for 10 days.


2 in custody after police pursuit ends in North Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Two people were taken into custody Thursday morning after leading officers on a pursuit from Sumner County into Nashville. The pursuit ended in North Nashville on Village Trail around 6:15 a.m.


Storm 5 Alert: 2-4 inches of rain expected through Saturday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A Storm 5 Alert has been issued for Friday and Saturday in anticipation of a cold front bringing flooding and severe weather to the mid-state. The Storm Prediction Center has already put most of the area in an enhanced risk – giving us a 30 percent chance of seeing severe w


CDC warns deer disease found in Tenn. could spread to humans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new warning about the spread of a brain-wasting deer disease known as CWD after findings in a recent study suggest it could potentially infect humans.


Tennessee Republican defends accused lawmaker appointment

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A top Tennessee Republican has gone on the defensive after detailing what he would do if he were sexually assaulted as he fielded questions on appointing a lawmaker accused of sexual misconduct to oversee an education committee.


This Nashville Restaurant Became A Local Legend By Perfecting Just One Food Item

This restaurant is more of a national, global legend, but we tend to think in small town terms and the Loveless Cafe will always be our local hero. It’s where children have grown up, hands sticky with jam and butter, their eyes lighting at the sight of a platter of crumbly biscuits. It’s where famil


The Hometown Pretzel Bakery In Nashville Where You’ll Find Hand-Twisted Deliciousness

Nashville is home to a lot of things, but until 2017, a hometown pretzel bakery was not one of them. Now that Nashville Soft Pretzel Co has opened up shop, it’s hard to imagine a Music City without them! This hometown gem makes soft pretzels scattered with thick grains of salt the old-fashioned way,


Business owner loans truck to homeless woman during long stretch of rain

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — When we think about flood victims we probably think about people who have water in their basements, overflowing sewers, and damaged furniture. But the people most vulnerable to all this water don't have a home at all.


More Nashville Police Trying Community Engagement, But Seeing Results May Take Time

Nashville police officers are trying community engagement. It's a strategy where they get out of their cars and talk to residents one on one — a change in direction for the police department, which has mostly relied on conducting traffic stops.


Job Opportunity: PFH Investigator - Middle

Protection from Harm Investigator Position - Middle. DIDD is seeking to fill an Investigator position. This position will be stationed in Middle TN and will be located in Nashville, Tennessee. Job responsibilities include conducting administrative investigations involving allegations of abuse, negle