Sixteen years ago in Mid-January, the heavens opened up and dished out ivory snow all around Nashville.
Terry Bulger has been bringing you stories of the people and places that make Tennessee unique and interesting on News4 since 1990.
Donated food is the only way Second Harvest Food Bank stays alive.
A dog barking every morning in your neighborhood, or even a leaky fire hydrant on your street. But who do you call? City halls says dial 311.
A classic locomotive was on the move today in Nashville for the first time since 1953!
Memories of Nashville's steam engine train days on our Throwback Thursday, and how one classic locomotive could be coming back to life in the next few years.
Play a musical instrument, write in a diary, maybe even create your own recipe for Macaroni and Cheese. Just do something creative and expressive for yourself.
For 18 years, they've been jumping into Percy Priest Lake in January in typical January temperatures.