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$90K, 80lbs of pot found in Nashville man's home, storage unit

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 06:56 AM

A man was charged after Metro police found thousands of dollars in cash and pounds of marijuana stashed inside his car, east Nashville home, and west Nashville storage unit.
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Crews battle house fire in west Nashville

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The resident of a west Nashville home suffered minor smoke inhalation after it caught fire early Wednesday morning.
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Semi blocks I-40 west in Hickman County

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An overturned tractor-trailer blocked lanes of Interstate 40 early Wednesday morning.  Drivers in westbound lanes were diverted to alternate routes.
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2 kittens accidentally shipped from Hollywood to San Diego

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Now named Mouse and Wi-Fi, two kittens were accidentally shipped from Los Angeles to San Diego last week. More>>

Tullahoma woman arrives home to find stranger in bed

Updated: Apr 23, 2014 04:36 AM

A Tullahoma woman arrived to her apartment last Saturday to find it ransacked.  A stranger was also found passed out in her bed.
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Car found flipped onto side, abandoned in Bellevue

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A car was found flipped onto its side in a ditch off a Bellevue Road in Nashville early Wednesday morning.  The driver nor owner have been located.
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Nashville couple finally finishes Boston Marathon 1 year after bombings Video included

A Nashville couple proudly finished the Boston Marathon Monday, a race they were forced to cut short last year due to the deadly bombings. More>>

Motorists express concerns about safety as construction continues on I-65 Video included

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As TDOT crews continue construction on Interstate 65 north of downtown, some motorists have growing concerns about safety.
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Country singer Josh Turner releases 1st book

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Country crooner Josh Turner is releasing his first book, "Man Stuff: Thoughts on Faith, Family and Fatherhood,” next week.
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Tennessee running back Alden Hill announces decision to transfer

Tennessee running back Alden Hill announced his decision to transfer to another program Tuesday. More>>

Smyrna man faces 15 charges after assaulting parents Video included

Updated: Apr 22, 2014 11:02 PM

A Smyrna man is facing 15 charges after stealing from his parents, assaulting them and fleeing from Murfreesboro police. More>>

GMA's Robin Roberts writes book chronicling cancer journey

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Two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts is releasing a book that chronicles her journey over the past few years. More>>

Navy veteran, 92, finally gets military medals

U.S. Sen. Jack Reed pins a medal on 92-year-old Frank Poli, a veteran who served in the Navy during World War II. U.S. Sen. Jack Reed pins a medal on 92-year-old Frank Poli, a veteran who served in the Navy during World War II.
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A 92-year-old military veteran has gotten long-overdue medals he earned for serving in the Navy during World War II. More>>

Pekka Rinne headed to World Championship

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Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne is headed to the World Championships next month to play for Finland. More>>

Drew Barrymore welcomes second baby girl

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Drew Barrymore is now a mommy of two. More>>

Michigan woman works at KFC for 52 years

Mary Lou Ausborne has worked at KFC for more than 50 years. Mary Lou Ausborne has worked at KFC for more than 50 years.
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An 80-year-old Michigan woman is celebrating working at Kentucky Fried Chicken for more than 50 years. More>>

Man steals ambulance from Clarksville hospital, goes on joyride to Burger King Video included

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Michael Brown, 26, is charged with joyriding after he took an ambulance from a Clarksville hospital. The emergency vehicle was found a short time later at a Burger King. More>>

Overturned tractor trailer slows traffic on 840

An overturned tractor trailer in Williamson County slowed traffic on 840 late Tuesday afternoon. More>>

1 Hickman County student remains hospitalized after school bus crash Video included

Two middle school students and their school bus driver were injured in a crash Monday afternoon on Primm Springs Road in Williamsport. More>>

38 dogs rescued in north Nashville dog fighting bust Video included

A drug bust last week led to Tuesday’s seizure of 38 dogs from an alleged dog fighting ring in north Nashville. More>>

Three arrested after robbing Lawrence County Amish residents at gunpoint Video included

Updated: Apr 21, 2014 05:14 PM

Three people have been arrested and charged for robbing members of the Lawrence County Amish community at gunpoint.

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Memphis boy, 13, charged with shooting sister, 10

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Police say a 13-year-old Memphis boy has been charged with shooting his 10-year-old sister in the head. More>>

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