A felony in Tennessee can range from theft over $1,000 to murder.
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Over 50 people gathered at City Hall Tuesday evening to ask for Mayor Megan Barry’s resignation.
TV ads ripping apart the “Let’s Move Nashville” transit plan began airing on local stations Tuesday morning.
An organizer said the group isn’t demanding Mayor Barry to resign, they’re asking her nicely to reconsider resigning.
A road has partially collapsed in an Antioch neighborhood and it hasn’t been fixed in four months.
The committee decided how it will collect information surrounding the mayor’s affair and her use of taxpayer money.
Metro Police are still looking for the suspect who they say most likely doesn’t live here and is most likely not a teenager.
As of now, there are three simultaneous investigations into the mayor.
On Friday, the mayor’s office released hundreds of pages of documents associated with Mayor Barry and Forrest’s travel.
Jeremiah Shelton is the fifth teen to be killed so far this year.
State lawmakers passed a TBI-backed proposal in 2010 to raise the fee from $100 to $250.
Authorities say the thieves primarily use the stolen cars for joy riding or as a mode of transportation.
The money would come from Metro’s “savings account” and would include cuts to some departments.
The letter was written by the Community Oversight Now Coalition, comprised of members of Black Lives Matter, Gideon’s Army, and the Justice …
Councilman Steve Glover questions if the mayor or her administration can suggest cuts or the like when her own finances are under scrutiny.
The third and final vote on the plan is scheduled to take place during Tuesday’s Metro Council meeting.
On Wednesday, Mayor Barry defended the trips she took and the overtime her head of security racked up.
ShotSpotter is currently being used nearly 100 cities across the country, but Nashville would be the first in Tennessee.
The city wants to recover some of the taxpayer money it spent on fighting the opioid crisis.
The vote came after years of debate, hundreds of complaints and dozens of proposed solutions.