Dickson County, TNWSMV

Sunday evening news update from News4 Nashville

In the news tonight, a Dickson County woman is behind bars after an overnight murder. Officials arrested Lamisha Haynes after she shot and killed Cuornisha “Kenya” Northington behind a home on Pond Rail Road. More than 70,000 people are waiting to hear when Garth Brooks will announce his “do-over” show. Storms forced the country music superstar to postpone last night’s concert at Nissan Stadium. Many concert-goers had to shelter in place in the Nissan Stadium concourses after being evacuated from the seats because of the storms.
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Nashville, TNWKRN

2 sought after robbery at South Nashville pharmacy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — An investigation is underway after two people robbed at South Nashville CVS store at gunpoint late Sunday night. The robbery happened at the location on Harding Place near Interstate 65 near Crieve Hall around 11:30 p.m. Metro police reported two young people walked into the store,...
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Garth Brooks Cancels Concert After Thousands Flock to Nashville

The thunder rolled too much on Saturday night, and as a result, officials postponed Garth Brooks’ Nashville show. On Saturday, as Brooks’ fans waited in the Nissan Stadium, severe thunderstorms rolled through Music City. Now, the concert that drew tens of thousands to the outdoor venue has been postponed. Many called for the show to be moved back just one day. However, that plan has now been scratched.
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Young Buck’s bankruptcy woes continue with new lawsuit

Former G-Unit rapper Young Buck’s financial woes seems like they are never coming to an end and now the Nashville, Tennessee, native is being sued for allegedly not turning over his ASCAP royalties to settle his outstanding debts. The “Shorty Wanna Ride” rapper filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Tennessee in January 2020.
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First Franklin Pride festival brings large, spirited crowd

A huge crowd showed up Saturday to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm for the first-ever Franklin Pride festival. “The reason that we decided it was time for a pride celebration in Williamson County and in Franklin is that there are a lot of people that don’t know where to find their community or are trying to come out or are just discovering,” Franklin Pride President Robert McNamara said. “So, this is a way to showcase and let people know there is a community here and obviously a very large community. We welcome all people, everyone, including allies, and we have a lot of those here today as well.”
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Remains found 20 years ago identified as Tennessee woman

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — The remains of a woman found alongside a Kentucky interstate 20 years ago have been identified. Remains found in 2001 along Interstate 65 in Simpson County belong to Dawn Clare Plonsky Wilkerson, 45, of Nashville, Tennessee, the Daily News reported on Friday, citing a statement from Kentucky State Police.
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Wide Open Country

The 10 Best Country Songs About Money

Songs about money -- from making a living to struggling to make ends meet -- have been around since the beginning of country music. While the sounds of country have evolved over the past years, songwriter's themes have, more or less, stayed the same. The working man (or woman) is the subject of many country songs -- going out on the town after a long week at work, enjoying a beer, hanging with friends and spending your last dime on a good time.
Nashville, TNWKRN

Metro Police arrest teen brothers in violent gun crimes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Metro Police have arrested two brothers for a string of violent crimes that have occurred across South and East Nashville over the last couple weeks. According to MNPD, Rapheal Gooch is suspected to have been in a carjacked 2013 Toyota Camry taken on Friday, July 23...
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Dolly Parton invested royalties from Whitney Houston song into Black community in Nashville

Legendary musician Dolly Parton said that she invested royalties from a Whitney Houston song to a local Black community in Nashville, Tenn., the Washington Post reported. During an appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” on Thursday, Parton told host Andy Cohen that she used the royalties from singer Whitney Houston’s rendition of her song ​​“I Will Always Love You,” to purchase a strip mall in Nashville.
Nashville, TNWSMV

Dickson Electric, Nashville Electric has around 2,000 power outages

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Some customers of Dickson Electric Service may remain without power into Monday after storms swept through the area on Saturday night. Dickson Electric reports less than 1,000 customers remain without power as of 4:30 p.m. Sunday. “Crews continue to work all over the system to make...