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Music for Seniors to host fundraiser featuring Charlie McCoy, others | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Nonprofit Music for Seniors is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a concert and fundraiser.         
The Hermitage's flag display to honor veterans, assist Family Center | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
A thousand American flags will cover Victory Field at The Hermitage, the home of Andrew Jackson, in honor of Veterans Day.From Nov. 8-12, the display will honor veterans past and present, but the flags also will help raise money for a local cause.         
Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival to benefit local nonprofits | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The annual event offers attendees the chance to sample more than 100 beers and 90 selections of wine.        
Beef and more beef on tap for Seasoned and Seared dinner | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Five chefs will prepare beef courses using Lodge Cast Iron and certified Angus beef.        
Red Cross to offer gift cards during blood shortage | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Donors who come in before Aug. 31 will now receive a $5 eGiftCard from Target.        
Nashville undy run to benefit colon cancer patients | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The Nashville Undy Run/Walk is your chance to outfit yourself in creative underwear-themed costumes. And it is for a good cause.        
Nashville attorney Hal Hardin to head up organization of former federal prosecutors | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Hardin was named president-elect of the National Association of Former United States Attorneys.        
Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, HomeGoods opens at One Bellevue Place | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Off Broadway opened Thursday and offers fashionable name-brand shoes and a selection of proprietary brands at discounted prices.        
Nashville Symphony seeks diverse students for training program | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The symphony is looking for students of diverse backgrounds, from fifth to 11th grades, to take part in the Accelerando music education program.        
UPS to hire 360 for La Vergne center | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The company will look to hire package handlers, part-time supervisors and full-time drivers.        
Nashville Fire Department hockey team to play all-women's team in 9/11 Memorial Game | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The game raises money for the Lily Rose Foundation.        
Interactive John Wayne exhibit to debut in Nashville | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
An interactive exhibit on the life of John Wayne is set to debut at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.        
Bone Bash to benefit Arthritis Foundation | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The bash will feature a costume contest, games and live entertainment from DJ Robert Luke.        
Goodwill Career Solutions to host career fair for more than 700 jobs | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
Twenty-nine employers will appear at the fair.        
Expedition Peru: Trek of the Andean Bear | The Tennessean
The Tennessean | July 18, 2018
The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is now home to a new exhibit, Expedition Peru: Trek of the Andean Bear, which features three bears. It also features pudú, guinea pigs and freshwater rays.         
'Boy Erased' trailer previews film about so-called gay conversion therapy | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
In the film, the son of a small-town Baptist pastor comes out to his parents and is told he will go to a so-called conversion therapy program or be shunned.
With a deadline looming, the US can't find parents of 71 children it may have separated | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The US government hasn't been able to find the parents of 71 children who were likely separated from their families, a Health and Human Services official said.
Hy-Vee recalls pasta salad over salmonella risk after 20 people get sick | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Hy-Vee, based in Iowa, sold the 1-pound and 3-pound plastic containers of Spring Pasta Salad in eight states.
Man found guilty of hate crime in burning of Texas mosque | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
A federal jury found Marq Vincent Perez guilty of the use of a fire to commit a felony and possession of an unregistered destructive device in an earlier incident.
Homeowner selling home, moving out amid spat with HOA for having goldfish in driveway | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
“The fish are extremely soothing,” the homeowner said. “It’s something I look forward to. I’m by myself all day long.”
Secret Service agent dies after suffering stroke on the job | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The agency said he was surrounded by members of his immediate family and colleagues when he died.
Papa John's founder says it was a 'mistake' to resign | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Papa John's has been distancing itself from the co-founder since the scandal erupted last week.
American University in Washington on lockdown after ‘armed intruder’ report | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The American University campus, located in northwestern Washington, D.C., is on lockdown after several reports of an “armed intruder” near the college.
Woman's tingling legs turned out to be parasite in her back | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
After a battery of tests, doctors discovered a parasitic worm hiding out in her spine.
Teen's hot dog stand shut down for not having permit; city helps him get one | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Instead of shutting him down, the city went the extra mile and turned it into a learning experience, complete with training from a real health inspector.
Mother who let boyfriend abuse her daughters sentenced to 3 years in prison | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
A Connecticut woman who stood by and did nothing as her boyfriend punished her two children by burning their hands on a gas stove has been sentenced to three years in prison. 
Aunt sues nephew for his half of $1.2M lottery winnings | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Barb Reddick and her nephew Tyrone MacInnis each won $611,319.50, but Reddick says she's suing her nephew for his half. "He was lucky, but not for a half a million dollars."
Russia plans to increase aggression post-World Cup | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The concern about Russia's intentions preceded this week's meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Tech analyst tells Elon Musk: Time to take a break from Twitter | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Gene Munster, the managing partner at Loup Ventures, penned an open letter to the Tesla CEO urging him to rein in his outbursts and erratic behavior so he might "regain investor confidence."
Trump: Montenegro's 'aggressive people' could start WWIII | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The president replied that he's asked the same question. Montenegro "may get aggressive and congratulations, you're in World War III," Trump said.
Clues to Confederate mystery: Sub's crew never released emergency escape mechanism | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The Hunley and its eight crewmembers disappeared in February 1864 in Charleston Harbor shortly after signaling it had placed explosives on the hull of the Union ship the USS Housatonic.
Baby born prematurely dies after mother's 911 calls go unanswered | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
A baby born prematurely died after her mother's calls to 911 were unanswered 
24,048 pounds of calzones recalled nationwide | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Some products may be frozen and in consumers’ and retailers’ freezers. Anyone who has purchased these products is urged not to consume them.
11-year-old girl in India raped by 17 men since January, police say | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
This latest case follows a string of others that have rattled India in recent months.
Child-killer taunted investigators for 30 years with disturbing notes | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The mysterious killer's taunting messages admitting to the crime, scrawled on a barn door and on paper notes threatening to kill again, only added to the desire to solve the cold case.
Lay's unveils 8 new chip flavors inspired by 'local cuisine' across America | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Each of the eight regional flavors will be available at stores beginning July 31st through September.
FDA recalls heart medicines containing valsartan | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The FDA says an impurity that is known to cause cancer has been found in some batches of the ingredient, made in China. 
Local artist paints Nashville's Sullivan Tower in its final days | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
As another part of Nashville's old skyline comes down to make way for new growth, a local artist is working to preserve some part of its history. 
New Florida law changes beach access in the Panhandle | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
If you’re heading to the Florida Panhandle this summer, you may notice some of the beaches you once enjoyed are now off-limits.
Lightning deaths in Tennessee hit 10 year high | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Lightning deaths are at a 10 year high in Tennessee and make up for 25 percent of deadly lightning strikes nationwide.
Murfreesboro breaks ground for new elementary school | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Murfreesboro City Schools took a big step to help with overcrowding as crews broke ground on Tuesday for a new elementary school.
Teachers celebrate first year with signing day | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
You’ve seen high school athletes sitting at a table with hats deciding where to sign. On Tuesday, it was teachers behind the table.
Police ID victim in north Nashville homicide; Search ongoing for gunman | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Antonio Batts, 40, was shot multiple times in the 1600 block of 16th Avenue North just after midnight Wednesday
Multi-million dollar upgrades to Franklin sewer plant to save money, help farmers | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Franklin’s waste water treatment plant will see $100 million upgrades this fall, and how it will change may help local farmers.
Nashville facing after school program shortage | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Parents of Metro Schools students are struggling to find enough after-school care positions.
Work begins on condo complex without hot water after News4 I-Team investigation | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The News4 I-Team's Lindsay Bramson first exposed the issue last week, revealing the extreme measure one woman was taking just to stay clean.
1 killed, 1 injured in northeast Nashville shooting | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Police responded to Maplewood Trace just before 9 p.m. after one of the shooting victims knocked on the door of a nearby home and said he'd been shot.
Search ongoing for gunman after deadly north Nashville shooting | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
The victim was shot multiple times in the 1600 block of 16th Avenue North just after midnight Wednesday.
Police: Nashville man put baby monitors under co-workers beds | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Christopher Neel, 35, is charged with felony wiretapping after being arrested on Wednesday. His co-workers claim they recorded Neel admitting to placing the baby monitors under their beds when they confronted him about it.
Scammers using fake customer support lines to trick you | WSMV 4
WSMV 4 | July 18, 2018
Most of us know scammers target us using fake phone numbers, but now the BBB is warning you about a new scam that gets you to call them.