A deal to spare his life was struck Saturday morning, with approval from the family of Holly Bobo.
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Holly Bobo was 20 when she disappeared from her home in the rural West Tennessee town of Parsons in April 2011.
Dahdul said leaving Tampa was a tough decision but as the storm takes aim, he knows they made the right one.
The team arrived back in Memphis Tuesday evening, and less than an hour later, they were activated again.
After a long holiday, Gary Goodlow returned to his work on Gallatin Pike to find 21 large tires left in the rear parking lot.
In other communities, the waters have receded and people are beginning to clean up.
Erskine Lytle and Orealia Dooley say their neighborhood has kept new construction from popping up and crime rates falling down.
Addiction Campuses is hosting a free event on Aug. 31 at the Parthenon to remember the 120 people who die every day from a drug overdose.
It is hard to prepare mentally for what they will see and they will rely on their training to come home safely.
The family made it about 30 miles north of Houston before hitting more closed roads and interstates and decided to stop.
Cornerstone Church Nashville will collect money during both of their Sunday services at 8:20 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 27.
According to the TDOT, 21,945 drivers travelled along the corridor on average each day last year.
Restlawn Memorial Gardens on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line charged $10 to park and watch the eclipse on the back part of their property.
With people from all over the United States and as far away as upstate New York, hotels were hard to come by months ago.
Lyft is giving away more than a thousand pairs of safe solar eclipse glasses to riders in the Nashville area.
Nick Ewald and his girlfriend live in Nashville but have been in Europe for a wedding.
With two school days left before Monday’s solar eclipse, the Rutherford County School Board is calling off school.
Credible companies say they are shipping faster than they can print them following the recalls.
A few drivers reported having rocks or hard objects thrown at their cars while driving underneath a Bellevue bridge.
On Sunday, several dozen people gathered outside the Rutherford County Courthouse to send a message of peace.