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Burglary Investigation Leads To Meth Lab Discovery

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – A burglary investigation led to the discovery of a meth lab inside a Montgomery County home.The discovery was made around 5 p.m. Friday at a residence on Kellia Drive in Clarksville.Officials with the Clarksville Police Department were looking into a theft at a local storage unit, which led to the search of the home.While they were recovering ... Read More »

No Decisions Yet On Titans’ Kicker, Starting CB

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Titans are busy trimming their roster and still have to pick a new kicker along with a starting cornerback.First-year coach Ken Whisenhunt isn’t ready to share which players have been told they won’t make the roster or any other decisions until the deadline.Whisenhunt did confirm Friday that receiver and returner Marc Mariani and cornerback ... Read More »

Shape Up Nashville Hosts ‘Super Hero Workout’

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Shape Up Nashville has devised an interesting way to encourage people of all ages to get into shape.Friday night, dozens came out to take part in the “Super Hero Workout” in the Global Mall at the Crossings in Antioch.Kids and adults were encouraged to dress up like their favorite superhero and fight their evil villain, “obesity.””What we ... Read More »

Officials Adding Extra Patrols For Labor Day Weekend

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LA VERGNE, Tenn. – Law enforcement officials will be on the lookout for suspected drunk drivers all throughout the Labor Day holiday weekend.Friday night, Officials with the La Vergne Police Department were out conducting sobriety checkpoints, and also making sure drivers and their passengers were wearing seat belts.Local police agencies have also joined forces with the Tennessee Highway Patrol to ... Read More »

1 Shot Near South Nashville Elementary School

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – One person was shot Friday night in the parking lot of an elementary school in South Nashville.The incident was reported just before 8 p.m. at Lakeview Elementary Design Center, located in the 400 block of Rural Hill Road.Details of the shooting were not immediately known, but officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said one person was ... Read More »

Local Vets Seeing More Cases Of Snake Bite

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – The hot weather has sent more pets to the vet this summer, not for heat exhaustion but snake bites.Local vets said they typically see more dogs with snake bites this time of year because snakes are more active.Doctors at Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners in Brentwood said they’ve already seen as many as five cases recently. They said ... Read More »

Man’s Car Allegedly Stolen By Tow Truck Driver

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A tow truck driver has been accused of stealing a man’s car after it broke down on the side of Interstate 65.Jim Taylor’s car broke down on I-65 near Trinity Lane on August 2. He called his insurance’s roadside assistance, which then dispatched out a towing company.“I just left the key with it and the tow truck ... Read More »

Bullying Cases Decrease In Tullahoma City Schools

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TULLAHOMA, Tenn. – A mid-state school system has good news to report when it comes to a problem facing many children across the country.The latest report from Tullahoma City Schools said the number of confirmed bullying cases significantly dropped in 2013.These days Brett Petty, a 5th grade teacher at Farrar Elementary School, has a lot more on his mind than ... Read More »

Gun Rights Activist Back On Nashville Streets

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A few days after a judge dropped charges against him, a vocal gun rights activist was back out on the streets on Nashville.On Tuesday, a judge dismissed weapons charges against, Leonard Embody, the so-called “Radnor Lake Rambo.” Embody was back out of the streets on Nashville Friday, wearing a bullet-proof vest and openly carrying his guns as ... Read More »

Heat, Humidity To Blame For Recent Increase In Spiders

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The recent surge of heat and humidity has been to blame for an increase in the number of spiders.According to experts, spiders thrive during this time of the year when the heat and humidity increases outside. Also, the months of August and September coincide with the arachnids’ mating season.Exterminators said as long as its hot outside, spiders ... Read More »