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Nashville Murder Rate at all time low

Nashville police said the 2013 murder rate was the lowest in the 50-year history of the metropolitan government. According to police, Nashville had 43 criminal homicides in 2013. That was a 31 percent decrease over the previous year and a … Continue reading

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Endangered Child Alert issued for 11 year old Middle Tennessee girl

A Middle Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for an 11-year-old girl in Nashville. Metro Police said Priscila Mota was last seen at her home around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Her mother checked on her later and found her bedroom … Continue reading

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Portraits of all 44 Presidents to be displayed in Nashville Friday

An exhibit featuring 43 oil portraits of the 44 American presidents (Grover Cleveland was both No. 22 and No. 24) will go on display in the Regal Court at Opry Mills on Jan. 3, C-SPAN and the White House Historical … Continue reading

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Economists’ to give revenue estimates to State Funding Board today

The State Funding Board will meet today to hear economists’ revenue estimates for the upcoming budget year. Following their predictions, the governor selects a number within the range in constructing the budget. Last month, finance officials reported that the state’s … Continue reading

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Haslam sends letter to Washington asking for “Tennessee Plan” approval

After nearly a year of discussion, Tennessee’s governor is finally writing down what he wants a state’s Medicaid expansion to look like. Governor Bill Haslam says he’s sending a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Monday. … Continue reading

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Thousands without power because of Ice

Southern Middle Tennessee dodged icy weather that has left thousands without power in areas west and north of Nashville. As many as 10,000 customers lost electricity Sunday after ice settled on power lines and dropped trees across transmission lines. About … Continue reading

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Federal Judge approves $84.9 million payout from Gov. Bill Haslam’s Pilot Flying J company

A federal judge in Arkansas has approved $84.9 million in payments to settle claims that a truck stop chain cheated trucking companies out of promised rebates. The payments include interest on money due to about 6,000 companies that purchased fuel … Continue reading

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