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The trainees were welcomed by Mayor Megan Barry on Monday. (WSMV) The trainees were welcomed by Mayor Megan Barry on Monday. (WSMV)

Nashville mayor welcomes new police officer trainees Video included

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Thirty-seven new police officer trainees are beginning a rigorous 22-week training period.

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New Division Street extension bridge now open to traffic Video included

(Source: Metro Public Works) (Source: Metro Public Works)
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The bridge runs from 2nd Avenue South to 8th Avenue South and helps to connect Music Row, Vanderbilt, Belmont, Midtown and the Gulch.

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A generous gift; church gives building, property to youth community center Video included

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A Christ-based community center has long tried to make a difference through after school programs and outreach. Operating through donations was never easy. Now, an overwhelmingly generous gift is changing the lives of those involved.

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Dolly Parton announces $1M donation to Children's Hospital Video included

Dolly Parton (WSMV file photo) Dolly Parton (WSMV file photo)
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Some of Vanderbilt’s youngest patients got a surprise visit from some special guests on Friday.

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Big Sandy remembers beloved man killed in Las Vegas massacre Video included

Family members have confirmed Sonny Melton was killed in the shooting. (Source: Facebook) Family members have confirmed Sonny Melton was killed in the shooting. (Source: Facebook)
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But in a place where families are so close, you don't have to walk far in Big Sandy to see how deeply they've been hit by tragedy. 

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Clarksville officer helping Puerto Rican families reconnect after Hurricane Maria

Dr. Martinez with the satellite phones he's taking to Puerto Rico. (Courtesy: Clarksville Police) Dr. Martinez with the satellite phones he's taking to Puerto Rico. (Courtesy: Clarksville Police)
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When it took five days for Clarksville Police's chaplain, Dr. Modesto Martinez, to reach his family after the storm, he knew he had to to do something for others on the island in need. 

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Life of beloved Waverly 'walking' man celebrated after passing

John L. Mays walked the streets of Waverly every day and attended every funeral in town. After his passing, locals are celebrating his special place in their community. 

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