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UT head coach Butch Jones receives raise, contract extension

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University of Tennessee Athletics announced that UT Head Coach Butch Jones will receive a raise and contract extension. More>>

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Record breaking crowds expected at downtown New Year's Eve bash

Over 70,000 people are expected to be in downtown Nashville for the fifth annual New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway. More>>

News 2 launches new, updated website Monday

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Beginning Monday,wkrn.com users will find the website has a new design! More>>

Pickett County Schools dismissing early Friday

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Pickett County Schools are dismissing at 11:30 a.m. Friday due to water drainage issues. More>>

Man crashes into Salvation Army after being shot

Police first responded to the incident when they heard about a car crashing into the Salvation Army. More>>

Gov. Haslam signs grocery tax reduction into law

Starting on July 1, Tennessee shoppers will pay a 5 percent sales tax on retail food items. That's a reduction from the current 5.25 percent tax, and down from 5.5 percent in the previous budget year. More>>

Endangered child alert issued for Robertson Co. teen

Amanda Lee Williams was last seen around Noon on Wednesday with five Hispanic males at a residence in Dickson County. More>>

Teen arrested after gun, drugs found at Hunters Lane basketball game

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Terry Brown is accused of bringing a pistol to a basketball game at Hunters Lane Friday night. More>>

Obama: Racism, bias in US will take time to tackle

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President Barack Obama is prescribing time and vigilance to tackle problems as entrenched in American society as racism and bias. More>>

Man's dog helps police bust him on drug charge

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Prattville Police spokeswoman Paula Barlow says the pooch named Bo followed his fleeing master, who was being pursued by officers. More>>

Jackson man charged in estranged wife's death

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A Jackson man has been charged with first-degree murder in the overdose death nearly five months ago of his estranged wife. More>>

Man accused of firing shot at deputy arrested in Indiana

A fugitive accused of shooting at a Montgomery County sheriff's deputy was arrested Saturday in Evansville, Indiana. His accomplice was also arrested. More>>

Police dept. looks to trade in cruisers for hybrids

White Bluff's police department might soon be driving Toyota Prius, a move that would save the city money without compromising public safety. More>>

Woman arrested in stabbing after north Nashville fight

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A woman was arrested Sunday afternoon in north Nashville after an argument between a pair of sisters led to a stabbing. More>>

Man arrested, charged with 5th DUI in Davidson County

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A man was arrested in Davidson County Saturday morning after being involved in a wreck and having two opened beer cans in his vehicle.

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Dickson County braces for winter weather, thousands without power

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Thousands of residents throughout the county still remain without power as crews continue to restore electricity following this weekend's ice storm. More>>

2 brothers arrested at Nashville airport for money laundering

Nicholas and Omar Zamarron were discovered to be traveling with more than $34,000 cash at the Nashville International Airport Sunday. More>>

'Most Wanted' fugitive captured in Murfreesboro

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Deterines Cathey was wanted for assaulting a man in Columbia on October 19. He was arrested early Friday morning. More>>

Mother of baby named Messiah back in court Wednesday

A mother who was ordered by a judge to change her baby's name from Messiah to Martin will be back in court on Wednesday. The Cocke County woman is appealing the decision. The judge said the name would offend local citizens, as it's a name held by Jesus Christ. More>>

Predators host hockey kickoff celebration Saturday

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The Nashville Predators are hosting a free hockey kickoff celebration on Saturday at the Bridgestone Arena. More>>

Christmas light show in Coffee County draws crowd

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Neighbors in Coffee County are being treated to a huge Christmas light show that includes 60,000 lights. More>>

Search for suspects in west Nashville gas station robberies

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Two west Nashville gas stations were robbed late Sunday night within three hours of each other and police are looking for the suspects. More>>

Struggling California man finds bag with $125K, returns it

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A struggling man in the process of turning his life around found $125,000 in cash in California. Despite his need, the honest man returned the money. More>>

3 job fairs scheduled for Wednesday

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Goodwill Career Solutions is hosting three job fairs Wednesday in Franklin, Murfreesboro and Spring Hill. More>>

2 sentenced to prison for throwing motor at bus

Two defendants charged with tossing a large fan motor over an interstate overpass and hitting a bus full of Lee University students were sentenced to four years in prison each in a McMinn County courthouse. More>>

Family rescued from raging waters in Rutherford County

Updated: Dec 07, 2014 07:38 PM

Two children and two adults were rescued Saturday after their SUV became submerged in raging waters off Elam Mill Road in Rutherford County. More>>

Titans 1st round pick still a mystery

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The Tennessee Titans pick 11th in the NFL Draft and it is still a mystery which way they will go. More>>

Teen accused of gaining access to top of 1 World Trade Center

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A 16-year-old boy bypassed security in the middle of the night and climbed a ladder to the spire of 1 World Trade Center. More>>

Greenbrier mayor accused of $60K theft in court

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The mayor of Greenbrier, who stands accused of stealing $60,000 from the Toys for Tots charity he founded, is scheduled to appear at a settlement hearing on Friday. More>>

Nashville woman grilled about John Edwards' scandal

Updated: June 22, 2012 11:00 PM CDT

Mary Parker first met John Edwards when he practiced law at Nashville's Dearborn and Ewing firm in the late 1970s and early 1980s. More>>

20 dead cats found in East Knox County home

The surviving cats, along with at least six dogs at the home on Murphy Road, were taken into custody by the Knox County Sheriff's Office Animal Control Unit. More>>

News 2 partners with American Red Cross for blood drive

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News 2 is partnering with the American Red Cross in Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky for a blood drive Friday, May 23. More>>

Goodwill hosts job fair for new store

Goodwill is hosting a job fair Wednesday for its new store and donation express center opening this fall in Brentwood. More>>

One Eyed Jack Poker Run to benefit Last Minute Toy Store

Saturday marks the 4th Annual One Eyed Jack Poker Run, a benefit motorcycle ride for Nashville's Last Minute Toy Store. More>>

Music City gears up for annual fireworks show

More than 100,000 people are expected to pack downtown Nashville Monday night for the city's annual fireworks celebration, Let Freedom Sing! More>>

Nashville woman helps every child in neighborhood have Christmas

Updated: Dec 08, 2014 12:26 AM

A Katie Hill resident is doing her part to make sure every child in her neighborhood has a gift under their Christmas tree. More>>

Reports: Rinne to return to Nashville Sunday

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According to reports, Nashville Predators' goaltender Pekka Rinne's rehab assignment in Milwaukee is over. More>>

Lebanon man to be featured in national Christmas light contest

Updated: Dec 07, 2014 10:03 PM

Chad Barnard has been turning acres of land into a Christmas light wonderland for over three decades. More>>

Lane Kiffin to join Alabama as offensive coordinator

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The University of Alabama has hired Lane Kiffin as its new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. More>>

JOE BIDDLE: Alabama is two wins away from making history

The mostly faceless committee that held the distinction of deciding the four best college football teams has spoken. As expected, critics are already howling that they need an eight-team playoff. More>>

Cookeville woman indicted for false rape report

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The TBI obtained an indictment on Mondayfor a Cookeville woman accused of a filing a false rape report. More>>

Record-setting cat with 2 faces dies at 15

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A feline named Frank and Louie after he was born with two faces, two mouths, two noses and three blue eyes has died at the age of 15. More>>

Worley out indefinitely following surgery

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Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley is out indefinitely after having surgery on his right thumb. More>>

Fall back: Set clocks back an hour this weekend

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Most of the country will turn back the clocks this weekend for the annual shift back to standard time. More>>

Great Hearts could seek out help from independent group

Forming an independent charter school authorizing board is something the Tennessee Charter School Incubator supports. More>>

Notre Dame to face LSU in Music City Bowl

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The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl is set to host arguably the highest profile match-up in its history when Notre Dame takes on 22nd ranked LSU. More>>

Army National Guard soldiers return to Smyrna

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More than 100 National Guard soldiers are finally home with their families after spending 10 months abroad. More>>

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