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Protecting the way a neighborhood looks was part of the reasoning behind the contextual overlay District 3 Councilman Walter Hunt introduced and got passed by Metro Council in May. More>>

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2 felons arrested in north Nashville shootout

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Metro police are investigating after shots were fired late Wednesday morning at the intersection of Dickerson Pike and Ewing Drive in north Nashville. More>>

Stop order lifted on construction for 24-hour SoBro diner

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Initially set to be four stories, the most recent design puts it at six stories high with the sidewalk width along Demonbreun Street meeting the downtown code range of 15 to 20 feet. More>>

Missing boy found by reporter covering story

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A Florida reporter found a missing 10-year-old while he was covering a story about the child. More>>

Woman arrested after police confuse SpaghettiOs with meth

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A Georgia woman spent a month in jail after police pulled her over and mistook spaghetti residue on a spoon for meth. More>>

High school bans yoga pants, skinny jeans Video included

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A North Dakota high school is cracking down on yoga pants, skinny jeans and leggings.
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Station 14 fire hall in east Nashville celebrates 100 years Video included

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The Station 14 fire hall in east Nashville celebrated 100 years of service on Wednesday.  More>>

New attorney general likely to stay member in predominantly white club

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The oath of office for Herbert Slatery III was administered by Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Sharon Lee and Governor Bill Haslam. More>>

Infamous speed trap town disbands entire police force

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The City Council of a tiny north Florida town known as one of the nation's worst speed traps has voted to disband its small police force. More>>

86-year-old woman killed in crash

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Louise Ellis died on Wednesday from the injuries she sustained in a crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Bell Road and Old Hickory Boulevard. More>>

Secret Service director resigns amid recent White House security breach Video included

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Secret Service Director Julia Pierson abruptly resigned Wednesday in the face of multiple revelations of security breaches. More>>

Family searches for 84-year-old loved one in Hickman County

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William Swingle was last seen 3 p.m. Tuesday, his family members say. The 84-year-old man suffers from several health problems. More>>

Man, 39, dies 2 weeks after shooting outside Nashville home

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Michael Allen, 39, shot outside his Nashville home on the night of September 19, has died. More>>

$20K reward offered in Peggy Cox cold case in Franklin Video included

Peggy Cox, 49, was shot and killed at a Hardee's drive-through in Franklin on February 1, 1991. A $20,000 reward is now being offered for information leading to an arrest. More>>

3 adults, 1 child injured in Gallatin Pike crash

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Four people including a 9-year-old child were seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash on Gallatin Pike in Nashville Wednesday. More>>

Dallas Ebola patient had contact with 5 kids

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Authorities say five students who had contact with a man diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas are being monitored but are showing no symptoms of the disease. More>>

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  • Report: Hospital protocol failed in TB outbreak

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    Wednesday, October 1 2014 8:13 PM EDT2014-10-02 00:13:39 GMT
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    Wednesday, October 1 2014 8:07 PM EDT2014-10-02 00:07:17 GMT
    By The Associated Press The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States flew from Liberia, federal health officials said. The unidentified man, who traveled to Dallas to visit...More >>
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