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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Police and animal control officers have confiscated over three dozen dogs from a home in North Nashville.
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There's a big construction boom in downtown Nashville that includes the banks of the Cumberland River.
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Could the 2016 Democratic National Convention come to Music City? The answer is maybe.
8 hrs ago | Country Weekly
For some, like LoCash Cowboy's Chris Lucas, it was their first Whiskey Jam, and it was a doozy.
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The Nashville Sounds and First Tennessee Bank held a joint press conference Tuesday to announce the sale of the naming rights for the new ballpark under construction on the north side of downtown.
16 hrs ago | National Public Radio
The trio was unveiled Tuesday during a news conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tenn.
20 hrs ago | Business Journal
Three Music Row parcels that are slated for Virgin Hotels' newly announced Nashville project have sold for a total of $6.35 million.
The fire was reported just after 5 p.m. Monday, on the property located near Ravenwood Country Club and the Stones River Greenway.
While Nashville may not yet have the pedigree of Austin or Silicon Valley when it comes to recruiting tech talent, the "low key" vibe and central location made Music City an easy choice for the new headquarters of XOEye Technologies, CEO C. Aaron Salow said.
Commuters who live in Dickson will have a chance to get free bus rides to and from Nashville for two weeks beginning on April 28. The free rides are part of a pilot program to gauge how much interest there would be for a permanent bus route back and forth from Dickson to downtown Nashville.
Eyes were on Kelly Clarkson 's baby bump as she stepped out for the first time in months this past weekend.
One Nashville university is getting a much-needed boost in applications. WPLN Nashville Public Radio reports that roughly 5,500 students applied to Fisk University this year, well above the not-quite 3,000 who applied last year.
DYNAMIC DUO: Grand Ole Opry star Porter Wagoner, right, sings "Someone I Used To Know" with Dolly Parton during his induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony in Nashville, Tenn., Sunday, May 4, 2003.
Eric Johnson is the Iowa football recruiting coordinator and assistant defensive line coach.
It's a long shot, they know, but a group of Vanderbilt University fraternity brothers hope the answer to a friend's lymphoma lies in the cheek cells Ben Sataloff, left, and his fraternal twin, John.