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Metro Schools hosting school choice festival for parents, students Video included

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Metro Schools will be holding a school choice festival for parents and students on Tuesday night.

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Columbia mom says health hurdles won't stop her from watching son in Super Bowl Video included

Shaq Mason is among the Midstate football players in Super Bowl LII. (WSMV) Shaq Mason is among the Midstate football players in Super Bowl LII. (WSMV)
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Athletes from Middle Tennessee will be playing in the Super Bowl on opposite teams.

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Another long-time business closing its doors at The Factory Video included

The Factory at Franklin (WSMV file) The Factory at Franklin (WSMV file)
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For years, The Factory has been a draw for shoppers and diners looking for a taste of the town. But lately, more businesses are moving out, and their space is not getting filled right away.

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Search ongoing for father accused of violating child custody agreement

Eddie Coburn (Source: Clarksville Police Department) Eddie Coburn (Source: Clarksville Police Department)
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Eddie Coburn was not supposed to take his child, 1-year-old Evahan Coburn, out of state without getting permission from the child's mother.

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Metro officials: Crews spent over 400 hours conducting cold patrols last week

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Nashville's Office of Emergency Management conducts cold patrols to check on the homeless and other vulnerable members of the population when temperatures go below freezing.

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Local national parks to remain accessible to visitors during shutdown

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Officials said park roads, lookouts, trails and open-air exhibits will be open, but emergency and rescue services will be limited.

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New mobile unit providing healthcare in Maury County Video included

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Maury Regional Health's new mobile medical clinic is in a 38-foot RV. The clinic has two exam rooms and looks very similar to your typical doctor's office.

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2 suspects sought in stabbing at Old Hickory home

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The victim said he had just returned to his house on 32nd Street when two men pulled out a knife and threatened him.

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More than 15K take part in Women's March in Nashville Video included

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They were speaking out about a wide range of issues, including reproductive rights, wage gaps, environmental justice, and immigrant rights. 

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Murder database takes in-depth look at Metro killings Video included

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Metro police are allowing anyone to take and in-depth look at Nashville murder mysteries from the comfort of their home. The new Nashville murder database is open to everyone.

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TDOT begins pothole repairs across Middle Tennessee Video included

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A lot of residents in Middle Tennessee are ready for the warmer temperatures, but the roads are crumbling and caving in as a result.

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Metro Schools distributes meals to families in need during snow days

School officials told News 4 many students might not get a meal if they don't eat at school. (WSMV) School officials told News 4 many students might not get a meal if they don't eat at school. (WSMV)
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Middle Tennessee students haven’t spent much time in the classroom this week, but many Metro Schools officials are still working to make sure their students are taken care of.

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Metro Police names officers of the year Video included

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The Metro Nashville Police Department named its employees of the year during a meeting on Friday morning.

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2 injured, dog killed in Madison house fire Video included

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Two people were taken to a hospital after a house fire in Madison on Friday, according to officials.

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1 injured in Clarksville crash

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One person was injured and flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in a two-vehicle crash on Thursday afternoon, according to Clarksville Police.

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Sumner County community without water after line leak

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Residents of the Oak Grove community in northern Sumner County are without water after a water main leak in the area.

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Hearing continued for man accused of killing adult, 2 girls Video included

Queshan Brooks (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Queshan Brooks (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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The hearing has been continued for the man accused of killing three people in north Nashville last week.

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Suspected serial bank robber arrested at Nashville motel

Derek Perry (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Derek Perry (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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Derek Anthony Perry, 35, is accused of robbing five banks in Nashville between Oct. 23 and Jan. 12.

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Man accused of assaulting police officer, kicking out window

Cody Barnes (Source: Franklin Police Department) Cody Barnes (Source: Franklin Police Department)
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Cody Barnes, 35, was initially being arrested for a domestic assault incident on Oak Meadow Drive on Wednesday.

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Nashville nurse surprised with $10K scholarship Video included

Melody Johnson is earning her bachelor's degree online. (WSMV) Melody Johnson is earning her bachelor's degree online. (WSMV)
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Melody Johnson works as a nurse at TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage. She has an associate's degree but put her bachelor's degree on hold to focus on raising her three children.

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Search continues for gunman who killed woman in carjacking in Madison Video included

Police say the woman was shot and killed in an apartment complex parking lot. (WSMV) Police say the woman was shot and killed in an apartment complex parking lot. (WSMV)
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Maria Brown, 29, was fatally shot during a carjacking at the Highland Cove Apartments on Due West Avenue.

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2 injured in overnight crashes on Interstate 24 Video included

One car flew off the interstate and into the woods. (WSMV) One car flew off the interstate and into the woods. (WSMV)
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Two overnight crashes on Interstate 24 sent at least two people to the hospital.

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Suspected purse thieves arrested in Fairview after police pursuit

The police pursuit ended in Fairview on Thursday afternoon. (WSMV) The police pursuit ended in Fairview on Thursday afternoon. (WSMV)
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Police have arrested three suspects accused of stealing $60,000 worth of purses from the Nordstrom in Green Hills.

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Census takers going door to door in Mt. Juliet

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Mt. Juliet residents can expect a knock at their doors this weekend if they haven’t completed the city’s special census.

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Nashville makes list of 20 cities under consideration for new Amazon HQ Video included

Amazon released this graphic showing the finalist cities. (Source: Amazon) Amazon released this graphic showing the finalist cities. (Source: Amazon)
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Amazon has said it’s looking for a city that has a strong labor force, lots of space and a good transportation system to bring 50,000 jobs.

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Elderly couple escapes apartment fire in Madison Video included

The fire is happening on E. Old Hickory Boulevard. (WSMV) The fire is happening on E. Old Hickory Boulevard. (WSMV)
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The flames sparked around 2:30 a.m. inside the apartment on 411 E. Old Hickory Boulevard.

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Police looking for gunman who fired shots into Waffle House Video included

The shooting happened just after 4 a.m. Thursday. (WSMV) The shooting happened just after 4 a.m. Thursday. (WSMV)
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According to police, the gunman pulled up in a red car at the location on Clarksville Pike and fired at least two or three shots just after 4 a.m. Thursday.

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Nashville mother accused of driving drunk with infant inside car

Denisha Williams (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Denisha Williams (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
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Police were called when Denisha Williams and her 2-month-old showed up at a home on Brick Church Pike and asked for shelter.

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Police looking for gunman, getaway driver in north Nashville shooting

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Officers responded to an apartment complex on Buena Vista Pike after hearing several gunshots just after 10 p.m. Wednesday.

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Planned Murfreesboro distillery up for discussion at public meeting

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Sazerac wants to build its next distillery in a neighborhood off Old Nashville Highway, but neighbors have pushed back against the idea.

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Some Fort Campbell Blvd businesses concerned over impact of possible government shutdown Video included

Chicago Beef House in Clarksville is concerned about the impact of a potential government shutdown. (WSMV) Chicago Beef House in Clarksville is concerned about the impact of a potential government shutdown. (WSMV)
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Some say a possible government shutdown at the end of the week could reach places you may not immediately expect.

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