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Fisk looks to close financial gap, find new board members soon

First-year president James Williams says Fisk needs to raise about $700K before June 30   More

With euthanasia rate high, some seek more spending for pet spay-neuter programs

Animal welfare activists, Metro Council members question spending of funds already set aside More

Weekly Obsession: Does this ‘It City’ label make us look fat?

American College of Sports Medicine’s American Fitness Index says Nashville is less fit, nation’s 32nd fittest city   More

Reluctant witness in Somali sex trafficking case faces prison time

Prosecutors say key witness refused to testify, saying he is afraid for himself and for his family More

Family of man fatally shot by security sues Pilot, Wackenhut for $120M

Suit alleges companies acted negligently in hiring and failing to train guard about use of deadly force More

Portion of Battery Lane near Oak Hill to close — for three months

Public Works, TDOT workers will close Battery Lane between Lealand and Granny White to replace bridge More

Historic Zoning Commission is at ‘breaking point,’ director says

In past five years MHZC has seen 55 percent increase in properties and 80 percent increase in permits issued More

Wild Nashville: Five places to escape the crowds of summer

As tourists crowd downtown, escape from bustle at these places that can’t be found in Broadway brochure More

Detectives charge 20-year-old inmate in 2009 Hermitage homicide

Christian Gutierrez, was charged Wednesday with criminal homicide in shooting death of Melissa Ann Tyler Ramirez More

Police identify motorcyclist who died following Ellington Parkway crash

Police say speed appeared to be factor in crash near Broadmoor Drive around 3:15 a.m.   More

Board or Regents, UT announce partnership with Coursera for online classes

18-month pilot using Coursera this fall will provide mix of online-only and hybrid classes More

Brentwood chiropractor indicted on kidnapping, rape charges

Indictment alleges Steiner Sanford Jr., of Brentwood Chiropractic and Wellness clinic, raped woman in March More

Nashville drops 5 spots in national fitness ranking

Does this "It City" label make us look fat? More

Dean files $300 million capital spending plan with Metro Council

Nearly a third of the funds in the spending plan are designated for Metro Schools, which will receive $95 million. More

Attorney General: 'Guns-in-lots' doesn't affect employment law

Gov. Bill Haslam in March signed the measure that would allow people with handgun carry permits to store firearms in their vehicles no matter where they are parked More

Tennessee receives federal funds to house homeless veterans

The Metro Development and Housing Agency will receive 55 vouchers totaling $269,162. More

First Pilot Flying J guilty pleas entered

A regional sales director pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in exchange for cooperation with federal investigators   More

School board pushes Register to find more fat in schools budget

'The proposed budget is still heavy on the administrative side,' said Madison-area member Jill Speering More

Metro Parks announces summer pool openings

Summer pools are set to open on June 3 with open swim times available at Clevelend, Looby, Rose and Napier More