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Protesters fill Nashville streets in wake of Ferguson decision Video included

Updated: Nov 26, 2014 12:21 AM

Protesters momentarily shut down Interstate 24 twice in Nashville Tuesday night while making their way to and from the east side of the city after a planned vigil transformed into a full blown rally downtown. More>>

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Fire destroys Sparta bookstore

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A fire destroyed the River Bank Books in Sparta late Tuesday night. Multiple fire crews responded to fight the blaze. More>>

McDonald's receipt from 2013 could help solve serial burglaries

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A surveillance video dated March 2013 may be the clue detectives need to solve a string of burglaries involving the victims' pillow case. More>>

6th time's the charm for Predators in shootout win over Kings

Updated: Nov 26, 2014 12:03 AM

James Neal was the sixth and only successful skater in the Predators shoot-out victory over the the LA Kings Tuesday night. More>>

Man arrested; deputies say he aimed banana at them

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Nathan Rolf Channing, 27, of Fruitvale, Colorado was arrested Sunday after two western Colorado sheriff's deputies say he pointed a banana at them and they thought it was a gun. More>>

Woman caught on surveillance using credit card stolen from YMCA

Metro police are working to identify a woman who used a stolen credit card at a Nashville convenience store.The card was taken last month from the victim's gym bag inside a locker at the YMCA on Metroplex Drive.Anyone who recognizes the woman is urged to contact Nashville Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME. More>>

Bridge over I-65 in Williamson County reopens after deadly tanker crash

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The bridge over Interstate 65 in Williamson County is reopening after a deadly tanker crash earlier this year. More>>

Hundreds of pounds of food stolen from Sumner County food bank Video included

Updated: Nov 25, 2014 06:43 PM

The burglars hit first Monday, Nov. 17, then again on Nov. 19 when pastor James Gill was preaching at Liberty Baptist Church nearby. More>>

Mt. Juliet native now commanding International Space Station Video included

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Mt. Juliet native Barry "Butch" Wilmore spoke with News 2 Tuesday from the International Space Station where he is currently the commander. More>>

First-year Metro teacher accused of inappropriate conduct with students Video included

Updated: Nov 25, 2014 06:16 PM

An unnamed teacher at Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School is being investigated following reports of inappropriate behavior with students. More>>

Columbia family makes sure no one's alone on Thanksgiving Video included

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After spending a couple of Thanksgivings alone, Dottie and Mike Kuzawinski decided to invite others who were far from home to spend the day with them. More>>

Georgia Man Cleaning His Room Discovers Winning Lottery Ticket

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He cleaned up, all right.A Georgia man was tidying his room and came across a month-old lottery ticket that was gathering dust — and turned out to be worth a million bucks.Gregory Jarrett, 26, of the Atlanta suburb of Decatur, had matched five numbers in the Powerball drawing of Jan. 15, but had apparently forgotten about it.After he checked the numbers, “I called for my mom, and I walked toward her, shaking,” he said in a statement released by the Georgia Lottery. “She verified it, and at th... More>>

Metro police, post office team up to keep your holiday gifts safe Video included

Updated: Nov 25, 2014 06:14 PM

More people are expected to fill Christmas stockings with online purchases this year and Metro police are working this year to teach people how to ship smart. More>>

72-year-old man killed in single-car crash on Harding Place

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David Rizor, 72, was killed near his home on Harding Place in a single-car accident Monday night. More>>

Thieves get away with high-end liquor after store break-in Video included

Updated: Nov 25, 2014 04:36 PM

Metro police are on the hunt for the crooks who bashed their way into a Donelson liquor store with a sledgehammer stealing several dozen cases of high-end liquor. More>>

Stewarts Creek H.S. teacher suspended, charged after altercation with principal

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Katherine Bechler, an English teacher at Stewarts Creek High School, has been suspended following a verbal altercation with school officials. She is also charged with disorderly conduct. More>>

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