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Kentucky State Police troopers kill Tennessee man, Nashville police say

Kentucky State Police troopers shot and killed Samuel Quinton Edwards of Tennessee Tuesday night, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department. The shooting took place at Dixie Highway and Ashby Lane in the Valley Station neighborhood. Nashville police said that Edwards had shot an officer in Hendersonville, Tenn., the day...
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Ryan Ellis “ramping up” as Flyers hope for the best

One year ago, Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher made some moves in an effort to help give the team a needed boost. Among the moves was to trade defender Philippe Myers and forward Nolan Patrick to the Nashville Predators for Ryan Ellis. Myers was an undrafted player who had performed well...
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Nashville man leaving wedding shot in the face in Minneapolis

When four people were shot when gunfire erupted near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis Saturday night, one of the victims was a Nashville man who was walking his sister-in-law to her car following a wedding. Tyler King, an innocent bystander, was shot in the face, apparently struck by a...
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Strong Women Support a Strong Candidate for Senate

NASHVILLE, TN — (June 29, 2022) Jerry Maynard has been in the trenches over the past 20 years fighting to create more equitable opportunities in the city of Nashville. His ability to lead effectively, vast experience, and quest for continued progress has garnered him the support of prominent Nashville-based attorney, Anne Davis, Tennessee Tribune founder, publisher, and CEO, Rosetta Miller-Perry, Councilmember At-Large, Sharon Hurt, and District 19 State Senator, Brenda Gilmore, the chairs of Women for Maynard.
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Nashville’s Draft Board: Round 7

Heading into the 2022 NHL Entry Draft next week, the Nashville Predators currently hold six picks, including the 210th selection in round seven. Nashville’s seventh-round recent history has not been kind to them, producing players like Evan Smith, Adam Smith, Jacob Paquette, and Milan Kloucek. But, Juuso Pärssinen (taken the last time Nashville picked 210th overall), is looking to buck that trend, and Gunnarwolfe Fontaine and Chase McLane could also be nice pick-ups.
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The Marty Smith Podcast: The Guys Chat About NASCAR Returning to Nashville and Chase Elliott Winning the Ally 400

The Marty Smith Podcast had a lot to talk about this week. But nothing cooler than NASCAR in Nashville, featuring a little bit of Outsider. Yes, there was an awesome party with Marty and Jay Cutler before the racing weekend. Of course, Outsider was there at the track watching it all go down. But, most importantly, there was a full race in Nashville despite weather delays.
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VIDEO: Young mother doe rescued from spillway in Dickson, Tennessee

DICKSON, Tenn. (WZTV) — Several agencies in Middle Tennessee worked together Tuesday morning to free a young mother doe that had become trapped in a spillway. The City of Dickson Fire Department says someone had left a gate open and the deer fell into the water. It was just deep enough for the doe to become stuck. Authorities made attempts to allow the deer to self rescue on a fabricated ramp, but "she wouldn't have it."
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Second annual Juneteenth Festival celebrates announcement of freedom

Juneteenth commemorates the day freedom was announced for the slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865. Now being celebrated for the first time as a federal holiday, Dickson’s second annual Juneteenth festival, held by a joint venture of the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum (CRHM) and the Dickson chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), honored achievements in racial equality both at the federal and local levels.
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CMA FEST BANS CONFEDERATE FLAG IMAGERY AT COUNTRY MUSIC FEST

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The CMA Fest is prohibiting any Confederate flag imagery at its four-day festival, following similar bans at other country music festivals. In a statement provided to The Tennessean, the Country Music Association said the decision to enact the policy this year was based on the personal safety of fans and to prevent discrimination.
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#BlackInAstro: June Reflections by KeShawn Ivory

This post is part of our series #BlackInAstro. For our cornerstone post, see here. In this installment, we are publishing a guest post by KeShawn Ivory, who is a Fisk-Vanderbilt Master’s-to-PhD Bridge Scholar. For me, it has been a busy couple of weeks. Last week I attended the American...
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Rookie RB Hassan Haskins Makes Good Early Impression With the Titans

NASHVILLE – When Titans rookie Hassan Haskins took the practice field with fellow running back Derrick Henry for the first time earlier this month, he watched the veteran's every move. "I definitely watch him, all his moves," Haskins said of Henry. "Just seeing how he is, how he handles...
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