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Man killed and woman shot in Antioch home

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A woman and man were shot in an Antioch home early Saturday morning.  More>>

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School principal accused of trying to buy crack cocaine

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Police arrested a Rutherford County school principal for reportedly trying to buy crack cocaine. More>>

Student punched Mt. Juliet High School teacher, police say Video included

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Wilson County Sheriff's deputies are investigating after a 16-year-old student reportedly punched a teacher in the face at Mt. Juliet High School.  More>>

Driver cited for speeding, inattention after tanker truck explosion

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Jason Frizzell, 33, was cited for inattention and exceeding the posted speed limit of 35 miles-per-hour after he crashed a tanker truck earlier this month, causing an explosion. More>>

High School football scores in Middle Tennessee: Aug. 29, 2014 Video included

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Take a look at a complete list of all the high school football games in Middle Tennessee. More>>

Teen shot near south Nashville elementary school

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A teen was shot Friday evening in the driveway leading to the parking lot of Lakeview Design Center Elementary in South Nashville. More>>

Police investigate deadly shooting at Clarksville home

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One person was shot and killed at a Clarksville home Friday afternoon. No suspects have been named in the case. More>>

Marc Mariani, Tommie Campbell cut by Titans

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The Tennessee Titans have released wide receiver Marc Mariani and cornerback Tommie Campbell Friday. More>>

JOE BIDDLE: Vanderbilt, South Carolina embarrassed in upsets

Updated: Aug 29, 2014 09:16 PM

Both Vanderbilt and South Carolina showed room for improvement during Thursday night's season opening games. More>>

$1M project will improve safety at dangerous McCrory Lane intersection

A project estimated to cost $1 million will improve safety at the busy intersection of McCrory Lane and Highway 70 in western Davidson County. More>>

Clarksville man charged after pets neglected, left to die Video included

Johnathan Brooks allegedly told his friends he would watch their pets while they were out of town but he didn't do so and some of the animals died. More>>

Retired Marine volunteers to help kids cross busy street

Updated: Aug 29, 2014 07:00 PM

Cpl. Lewis Alston, a retired Marine who lives in Pennsylvania, volunteers his time to help kids cross a busy street that does not have a crossing guard. More>>

100s of unexpected students enroll in Murfreesboro City schools Video included

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The Murfreesboro City District which encompasses Pre-K through sixth grade was budgeted for 7,600 students, but as of this week 7,926 students have enrolled. More>>

30-plus food trucks battle it out at Nashville Street Food Awards Video included

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More than 30 food trucks will be battling it out for the best of the best Saturday for the third annual "Nashville Street Food Awards" at Nashville Farmers Market. More>>

Tony Stewart says Ward's death will affect him forever

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Unshaven and with a quivering voice, NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart said the death of Kevin Ward Jr. will "affect my life forever" as he returned to the track Friday for the first time since his car struck and killed the fellow driver during a sprint race in New York three weeks ago. More>>

Woman found shot to death in Sparta

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A woman was shot to death Thursday night at an apartment complex in Sparta. The TBI is investigating. More>>

Metro Health Department warns of privacy issue Video included

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Metro Nashville's Health Department discovered that around 1,700 people's personal information may have been lost in July. The information impacts the Children Special Services program. More>>

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