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Sen. Corker speaks out about separation of immigrant families

Sen. Bob Corker is expressing his concerns about the Trump administration's handling of immigration. 

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Police: Man shoots, kills wife during 'heated argument'

Cleveland L. Bell (Courtesy: MNPD) Cleveland L. Bell (Courtesy: MNPD)
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A man is now in custody after shooting his wife during an argument and surrendering to police, officials say.  

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Weekend interstate closure to cause delays near downtown Nashville

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TDOT will begin work Friday night to repair the damage caused by a truck that crashed into an overpass back in April.

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Man crashes into Chattanooga police headquarters, arrested for DUI

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Chattanooga authorities arrested a man for driving under the influence after he crashed his car into police headquarters.

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2 arrested for alleged ATM fraud scheme at First Tennessee Bank

Dragos Diaconu (left) and Daniel Gargarita (Courtesy: MNPD) Dragos Diaconu (left) and Daniel Gargarita (Courtesy: MNPD)
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Two men, one French and one Romanian, are now in custody for identity-theft trafficking and fraud, according to Metro Police. 

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Carjacking suspect wielding AK-47 arrested after chase, SWAT situation

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Police say an AK-47-wielding carjacking suspect is now in custody after a chase across East Nashville with Metro police officers, helicopter, and SWAT team. 

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Block party promotes unity, works to stop teen violence

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A rise in youth violence, brings community organizations together. Their goal -- focusing on how to make music city better, and save lives. They are standing up, wanting to be positive role models for Nashville’s youth. Several community organizations helped organize a block party at City Gear in East Nashville.

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Border patrol agents are stopping people on highways in New England to check their citizenship

Far from ground zero in the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration along the southern border, US Customs and Border Protection checkpoints on highways in Maine and New Hampshire are catching the eye of... More>>

Mother arrested for leaving toddler in car while she shopped

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The incident occurred Friday around 10:30 p.m. at 6800 Charlotte Pike in west Nashville.  

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Thousands kick-off 30th Annual Nashville Pride Festival with Equality Walk

30th Annual Nashville Pride Festival (Ryan Smith/WSMV) 30th Annual Nashville Pride Festival (Ryan Smith/WSMV)
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Thousands gathered in downtown to kick off the 30th Annual Nashville Pride Festival with an Equality Walk on Saturday morning. The walk was just the first of many events planned for the weekend-long festival celebrating the LGBTQIA community.

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Potomac Horse Fever case confirmed in Davidson County

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After a case of Potomac Horse Fever was confirmed in Davidson County, officials with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture are warning all horse owners about the harmful diseases. 

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Suspect apprehended in Hendersonville car thefts, home burglary

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Hendersonville Police say the suspect of a home burglary and two car thefts is now in custody.

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'Gamer's cafe' opens in downtown Nashville Video included

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There’s a new business in town and it’s bringing a new sense of reality to your meal.

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Authorities ID 3 killed in Tennessee train crash

Tennessee authorities have identified three people who were killed when their car was struck by a train earlier this week. More>>

Girls discover science, math at MTSU camp

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MTSU hosted a summer STEM camp for young girls to inspire them to take on the world of science and engineering.

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Renovation complete for Percy Warner Park gates

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The iconic sandstone gates at Percy Warner Park are back open and restored to their original splendor.

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Nashville Mayor meets with WWII vet

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A moment of history happened in Nashville on Friday.

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Nearly 100 police officers complete certification

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Nearly 100 newly certified police officers will join the ranks on Friday.

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Mount Juliet woman survives horrific crash; searching for mystery heroes Video included

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A Mount Juliet woman is thankful she walked away from a horrible wreck.

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Vandy grad collects cereal boxes

Just because you graduated from Vanderbilt Law School with flying colors doesn't make you can't have a slightly odd hobby.

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New TBI director begins on Monday

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The new director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation begins on Monday.

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AT&T hosts education fair

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AT&T is trying to help people in Middle Tennessee get connected to the right educational opportunity.


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Group to give wedding dresses to military, first responders

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Dozens of wedding dresses are set to be given away for free.

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Soldiers receive job training for life after Army

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Soldiers are getting the training they need to transition out of the Army and into civilian jobs.

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Vigil held for pedestrian struck in Springfield Video included

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A vigil was held on Friday evening at the site where Devonte Brooks was struck on June 4.

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Suspect arrested in deadly shooting outside Smyrna sports bar Video included

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The shooting happened around 1 a.m. Friday in the parking lot for Sullivan's Sports Bar in Smyrna.

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Joe Dubin's tweet appears on The Tonight Show

Joe Dubin's tweet appeared on The Tonight Show during Jimmy Fallon's #HASHTAG segment. (6/22/18)

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Portion of $2M given to Metro Schools will pay for paraprofessionals' raises Video included

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Metro Nashville Public Schools were given an additional $2 million this week in this year's budget, and News4 has learned a portion of it will go toward raises for paraprofessionals.

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Taxpayers spent $175,000 for paint project with 90-day warranty Video included

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The News 4 I-Team found taxpayers spent more than $175,000 for a paint job at the Nashville Fairgrounds that was only guaranteed for 90 days.

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9,000 bourbon barrels involved in warehouse collapse at Bardstown, KY distillery Video included

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The collapse was reported at Barton Brands distillery at 10:55 a.m. Friday, according to Bardstown dispatch.

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MTSU, Valparaiso discuss transfer of law school to Tennessee

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Middle Tennessee State University and Valparaiso University announced Friday that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to transfer Valparaiso’s law school from Indiana to the Murfreesboro campus, according to an MTSU news release.

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Man dies after being hit by train in Madison Video included

The man was killed near the intersection of Nesbitt Lane and Gallatin Pike. (WSMV) The man was killed near the intersection of Nesbitt Lane and Gallatin Pike. (WSMV)
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Investigators say two men were sitting on the tracks at the intersection of Nesbitt Lane and Gallatin Pike. One man managed to get off the tracks in time, but the other man was killed.

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18 year old arrested for carjacking, evading arrest

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Metro police say an 18 year old was arrested Friday night for a carjacking and going through great lengths to avoid arrest.

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  • Trump tells Jimmy Fallon to 'be a man' over hair-mussing

    Trump tells Jimmy Fallon to 'be a man' over hair-mussing

    Sunday, June 24 2018 9:21 PM EDT2018-06-25 01:21:10 GMT
    President Trump blasted Jimmy Fallon for apology over playful "Tonight Show" sitdown in September 2016, claiming the host bragged of show's ratings, and that he also "seriously messed up" his hair. (Andrew Lipovsky / AP)President Trump blasted Jimmy Fallon for apology over playful "Tonight Show" sitdown in September 2016, claiming the host bragged of show's ratings, and that he also "seriously messed up" his hair. (Andrew Lipovsky / AP)
    President Trump blasted Jimmy Fallon for apology over playful "Tonight Show" sitdown in September 2016, claiming the host bragged of show's ratings, and that he also "seriously messed up" his hair. (Andrew Lipovsky / AP)President Trump blasted Jimmy Fallon for apology over playful "Tonight Show" sitdown in September 2016, claiming the host bragged of show's ratings, and that he also "seriously messed up" his hair. (Andrew Lipovsky / AP)

    President Donald Trump is telling "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon to "be a man" and stop "whimpering" about the personal anguish he felt over the backlash he received after messing up Trump's hair during a 2016 campaign appearance on Fallon's late-night talk show.

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    President Donald Trump is telling "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon to "be a man" and stop "whimpering" about the personal anguish he felt over the backlash he received after messing up Trump's hair during a 2016 campaign appearance on Fallon's late-night talk show.

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  • Foxx kicks off BET Awards rejoicing 'Black Panther' success

    Foxx kicks off BET Awards rejoicing 'Black Panther' success

    Sunday, June 24 2018 8:42 PM EDT2018-06-25 00:42:47 GMT
    Jamie Foxx arrives at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 24, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)Jamie Foxx arrives at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 24, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)

    Host Jamie Foxx kicked off the 2018 BET Awards rejoicing in the uber success of "Black Panther," namedropping the records the film has broken and even pulling Michael B. Jordan onstage. 

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    Host Jamie Foxx kicked off the 2018 BET Awards rejoicing in the uber success of "Black Panther," namedropping the records the film has broken and even pulling Michael B. Jordan onstage. 

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  • No one is immune to suicide. But there is hope

    No one is immune to suicide. But there is hope

    Sunday, June 24 2018 8:50 PM EDT2018-06-25 00:50:01 GMT
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    Suicide affects people from all walks of life, sometimes in silence and isolation. It can reach across social, political and economic lines.

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    Suicide affects people from all walks of life, sometimes in silence and isolation. It can reach across social, political and economic lines.

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