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School district working to warn students about digital dangers Video included

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A Midstate school district has started an initiative to warn parents and kids about digital dangers.

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Neighbors opposed to Franklin development Video included

Neighbors near Colletta Park don't want to see the area change. (WSMV) Neighbors near Colletta Park don't want to see the area change. (WSMV)
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A controversial development on a Williamson County farm is one step closer to construction.

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Williamson Co. Mayor weighs in on proposed sales tax increase after referendum vote passes

Roger Anderson, Mayor of Williamson County (Credit: Williamson County Chamber) Roger Anderson, Mayor of Williamson County (Credit: Williamson County Chamber)
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As communities around Nashville continue to experience unprecedented growth, one county is getting creative with ways to pay for one of their most valued resources -- their award-winning school system.

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22 men indicted as part of human trafficking operation in Brentwood Video included

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At least 22 men have been indicted as part of an undercover human trafficking operation in Brentwood.

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Franklin residents attend active shooter seminar in wake of Antioch church shooting

At least 40 people attended the seminar on Thursday. (WSMV) At least 40 people attended the seminar on Thursday. (WSMV)
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Dozens of people, many of them churchgoers, are being proactive about safety in the wake of Sunday's shooting at an Antioch church.

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Second lawsuit filed in connection to alleged rape at Brentwood Academy

Updated: Sep 07, 2017 01:13 PM

A second lawsuit has been filed against the rape suspects and the parents in an alleged rape cover-up at Brentwood Academy.

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Social media posts may shed light on Brentwood Academy rape case

The lawsuit claims Brentwood Academy officials knew about the alleged rape and did nothing. (WSMV) The lawsuit claims Brentwood Academy officials knew about the alleged rape and did nothing. (WSMV)
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A lawsuit claims a 12-year-old boy was being raped by older boys at Brentwood Academy. It also claims school officials knew about it and did nothing. It happened in 2015.

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Attorney discusses Brentwood Academy rape case

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“Boys being boys” is a phrase counsel for a 12-year-old boy who was allegedly raped at Brentwood Academy say they are tired of hearing.

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Youth volleyball club fights back after sports complex plans to sell

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The directors of a youth volleyball program are fighting back after owners of the A-Game Sportsplex in Franklin tried to terminate their lease and sell the building.

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Mother, son killed on I-65 after trying to help crash victims

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Kristi Clark, 34, and Carter Oakley, 10, stopped to help when they saw an SUV hit a patch of black ice and roll over near the exit for Highway 96 just after 9 p.m. Monday. More>>

2 suspects arrested, 1 at large after Franklin shooting

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Franklin police said two suspects involved in a shooting on Rucker Avenue late Friday night have been arrested while another suspect remains at large. More>>

Rescued horses may have been headed for slaughter

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The livestock trailer loaded with horses that overturned on Interstate 40 Monday night may have been delivering the horses to their deaths across the border. More>>

Driver in horse trailer wreck cited

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The driver whose trailer rolled over on I-40 Monday with a load of horses on board has now been charged in that wreck. The Tennessee Department of Safety says Mance Frank Reed has been cited for unsafe operation. More>>

Horse truck driver alleges abuse

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A trucker who once hauled horses for a Lebanon company says he had no idea he was delivering the animals to their deaths. More>>

Boy injured after falling into uncovered storm drain

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A teenager walking home from the bus stop fell into an uncovered storm drain Thursday, temporarily knocking himself unconscious. There's a lot of finger-pointing about who is supposed to replace about 40 missing drain grates, which were stolen three months ago. More>>

City proposes change to ban on street sales

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The City of Brentwood proposed some changes allowing homeless people to sell The Contributor newspaper. Under the new proposal, those vendors still can't walk into the streets to sell the newspaper. More>>

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