Tennessee Non-Profit Works To Provide College Scholarships For Illegal Aliens

Protestors Marched On The State Capitol On Thursday Urging Gov. Lee Not To Sign Legislation That Requires Local Law Enforcement To Report Illegal Aliens In Their Custody To The Feds. At The Same Time, A Non-Profit Hosted An Event Presenting Their Plans To Help “Undocumented Immigrants” To Attend College By Providing Over $2 Million In Scholarships Annually.

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Lawmakers Easing Off Brakes On Nashville’s East Bank Authority Bill

Legislation To Create A Special Authority To Oversee The 130-Acre East Bank Area Surrounding The Titans Stadium In Nashville Could Be Reaching The Finish Line, Even As Outside Forces Try To Wave A Caution Flag.

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Nashville Leaders Discuss Reconsideration Of School Start Times After Alleged Attempted Kidnapping Of 3 Girls In Hermitage

The Community Is Looking For Answers After The Alleged Attempted Kidnapping Of Three Girls Last Thursday Morning In The Hermitage Area.

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Tennessee Attorney General Appeals Nashville Airport Authority Decision

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Is Challenging Metro Nashville’s Legal Victory In A Lawsuit Against The State Over Control Of The Airport Authority.

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7 Metro Nashville Officers Placed On Administrative Assignment In Response To Partially Leaked Manifesto

As Nashville Citizens, Political Leaders, And Law Enforcement Are Searching For Answers As To Who Originally Leaked Several Pages Of The Covenant School Shooter’s Manifesto To Conservative Host Steven Crowder, Seven Metro Police Officers Have Been Placed On “Administrative Assignment.” Crowder Says That None Of These Officers Are Responsible For The Leak.

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Nashville Shooter’s Partial “Manifesto” Leak Spurs News Media Frenzy & Responses From Political Commentators

Nashville Police Chief John Drake Has Officially Confirmed The Authenticity Of A Leak Involving 3 Pages Of The Covenant School Shooter’s Writings. Some Are Wondering How These Could Have Been Leaked While Others Are Focused Instead On Who The Documents Were Leaked By And Why They Were Leaked To A Texas Political Commentator Instead Of Someone In Tennessee.

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Tennessee State Building Commission To Consider $200M Project For New TPAC

The State Building Commission Is Set To Give The Nod For $200 Million In State Funds To Construct A New Tennessee Performing Art Center At Nashville’s East Bank, Moving Out Of The Building At The Corner Of Deaderick And 6th Streets.

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