Metro Nashville Approves Pilot Program For License Plate Readers

Nashville Drivers Will Soon Find Themselves In Front Of The Camera Now That The Metro Council Has Approved A 6-Month Pilot Program Of New Automatic License Plate Readers.

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Metro Nashville Council’s Planned Parenthood Grant Will Not Include Out-of-State Abortion Travel

A $500,000 Grant Is Still Expected To Be Given To Planned Parenthood By Metro Council Members. The Funds, However, Are No Longer Designated To Support Out-Of-State Travel For Women Seeking An Abortion Or Any Services Related To Such.

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Police Officer Shortage Affects School Safety in Middle Tennessee

A Police Officer Shortage Is Affecting School Safety In Middle Tennessee. Some Schools Will Not Have A Dedicated Resource Officer When The New School Year Begins, Which For Some Counties Is Next Week.

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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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