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After Delays And Shifting Cost Estimates, Nashville Police Begin Testing Body Cameras

A small group of Nashville police officers began testing body cameras this week. That’s a milestone, but it follows several delays that have bothered reform advocates.

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The Davidson County judge considering a homicide case against Metro Police Officer Andrew Delke is deciding what evidence should be allowed in a critical pre-trial hearing next month.

The Nashville Accordion Ensemble brought everything from Christmas favorites to an extended Star Wars medley to Studio C this week.

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50,000 words. That’s what one group of Nashville writers set out to complete over the course of a single month. They took on this challenge as part of National Novel Writing Month. WPLN followed their progress throughout the month of November and found it’s less about the word count, and more about the community.

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A small group of Nashville police officers began testing body cameras this week. That’s a milestone, but it follows several delays that have bothered reform advocates.

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The suspension of abortions at Nashville's Planned Parenthood, the city's only remaining clinic, has advocates raising money to help patients travel out of town and offset the cost of a procedure that can cost more than $1,000. They say plans for an abortion fund were already in the works as access in Tennessee has dwindled.

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A Tennessee lawmaker who recently questioned the effectiveness of vaccines has received backlash — and even prompting a state department to weigh in.

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Tennesseans are growing more worried about the cost of health care, a new poll from Vanderbilt has found, in a development that could have implications for the state's next leader.

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Enrollment in health plans on the individual marketplace is lagging nationwide. And in Tennessee, participation is down close to 18 percent compared to the same time last year.

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The city of Nashville learned this week that it had been passed over for a federal transportation grant that could have led to better mass transit on the Dickerson Pike corridor, which officials have pointed to as a potential model for other parts of the city.

Fans of Curious Nashville have asked us several wonderful and weird questions about animals, and we’ve answered a few. But until now, that reporting hasn’t appeared in our podcast — and some of the facts and quirky details had to be trimmed out of the stories when they aired on the radio.

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