MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT/TNNS) -- Drunk drivers make the holidays the deadliest time of the year on Tennessee highways.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving Tennessee spokesperson Kate Ritchie says that because of the increased risk, MADD is once again partnering with Nationwide Insurance for the "Tie One On For Safety" campaign.
Students gather on the MTSU campus November 25, 2014 to remember Michael Brown of Ferguson, MO.
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- There were protests held across the nation and across Tennessee Tuesday in reaction to the Michael Brown incident in Ferguson, Missouri.
WSMV-TV reports a few hundred protesters marched through downtown Nashville. They ended up briefly blocking several streets, including Interstate 24. Nashville police cordoned off streets as the protesters passed to keep them safe.
The Associated Press says about 200 protesters marched peacefully in Memphis Tuesday. The Knoxville News Sentinel says about 100 people marched for Michael Brown in that city.