Metro Nashville Schools Report Five Separate Gun Incidents Since Start Of School

In The First Five Weeks Of School, Metro Nashville Public Schools Has Seen Five Incidents Of Students Bringing Guns Onto Campus.

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Activists Accuse Department Of Homeland Security Of Tracking Protest Attendees

Recently Released Information Alleges That The Tennessee Department Of Safety And Homeland Security Has Been Maintaining Records Containing Personal Information On More Than 50 Individuals Who Attended Nashville’s “People’s Plaza” Protests, Including Activists Who Were Never Arrested.

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Former Tennessee Cop Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

On July 1, A Former Metro Police Officer, Andrew Delke, Pleaded Guilty To Voluntary Manslaughter In A 2018 Case That Involved The Shooting Of Daniel Hambrick. Delke Was Sentenced To Three Years In Prison, But According To His Lawyer, He May Only Serve 18 Months.

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Nashville DA Calls For Floyd Case Witness For MNPD Trial – Tennessee Conservative Newsbreak June 16, 2021

1) Nashville DA Calls For Floyd Case Witness For MNPD Trial
2) Blackburn And Republican Colleagues Introduce Bill To Defund 1619 Project Curriculum
3) Inflation Fears Rise As Producer Prices Increase More Than Ever Recorded

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Nashville DA Calls For Floyd Case Witness For MNPD Trial

The Nashville District Attorney’s Office Is Looking Into The Possibility Of Calling In A Witness Who Testified In The George Floyd Case To Help Them In The July First-Degree Murder Trial Of A Nashville Police Officer.

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Nashville Approves Sales Tax Increase For Downtown District

Visitors To Downtown Nashville’s Business District Will Be Paying More In Sales Tax, Starting July 1.

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MNPD Failed to Fully Investigate Nashville Christmas Bomber – TTC News Break June 3, 2021

1) MNPD Failed to Fully Investigate Nashville Christmas Bomber
2) Labor Shortage Takes Toll On Tennessee Businesses
3) Tennessee Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On School-Choice Program

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MNPD Failed To Fully Investigate Nashville Christmas Bomber

A New Report Released On Wednesday States That Police Were Told That Anthony Quinn Warner, Known As The Christmas Day Bomber, Was Creating Explosives 16 Months Prior To The Nashville Bombing.

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Metro Nashville Police To Partner With Mental Health Initiative

The Metro Nashville Police Department Is Gearing Up For A New Mental Health Pilot Program To Begin In June. The Long-Awaited Experimental Trial Will Begin On June 28 In Two Of The Department’s Eight Precincts, The North Precinct And The Hermitage Precinct.

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