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Dillon Dodson

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Former service members paraded down Broadway this morning as part of Nashville’s annual Veterans Day celebration. We asked some of them about the country's incoming commander-in-chief.

Jerry Young, who served in the Navy, doesn't believe president-elect Donald Trump will help veterans as much as he's said he will. "Just going by his campaign and the way he ran his campaign," Young says, "I don't see too much coming of him."

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When I was pulled over for texting while driving a couple weeks ago (on the way to my internship at WPLN), I didn’t realize how fortunate I was to only get a $50 citation.

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were honored with stars number 73 and 74 on the Music City Walk of Fame on Wednesday, with guests including Mayor Megan Barry and Reba McEntire.

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As he filed through paperwork for his newest spot just west of downtown, Jack Cawthon — namesake of the Jack’s Bar-B-Que chain — noticed something strange about his land deeds: numerous mentions of a prison.

If you were driving on Lower Broadway Friday morning looking for parking, you may have noticed that the spots were filled, not by cars but by tiny "parks."