Fri October 28, 2011
Night Court Judge Rejects Charges

Occupy Protesters Arrested, Then Released

(AP) Quite a morning for Occupy Nashville. 

Twenty-nine protesters were arrested on Legislative Plaza before dawn, then released just a few hours later.

According to WKRN-TV, Metro's night court commissioner, Thomas Nelson, released the protesters wihtout charges. Nelson said the state hadn't given the protesters enough time to react to new protest regulations. 

Governor Haslam’s Administration announced just yesterday that it was imposing a 10  to six curfew on the Capital grounds where the protesters have been camped out since October 6th.

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Tue October 25, 2011
Secret Service Offers Suggestions

Bank Info. Stolen by ATM Skimmers

(AP) Federal investigators say there’s been a rash of cases of bank account information being stolen at ATMs in Nashville and Chattanooga.

Crooks are using a device called a skimmer, a card reader that’s placed over the regular card slots on bank machines to capture account information. They can also get your PIN number  by placing cameras near the ATM.

Agent Greg Mays says the Secret Service field office in Nashville, has investigated 10 cases of skimming in Nashville in the past year.


Tue October 25, 2011
Speaker Says Hotel "Caved" to Islamists

Anti-Islam Group Loses Nashville Event Venue

(AP) A Nashville hotel has canceled a conference by the Sharia Awareness Action Network.

 The Hutton Hotel, near downtown, says it was concerned the speakers include "extremists" with a history of contentious events.

The "Preserving Freedom Conference" had been scheduled for Nov. 11.  The hotel says it has to be, "mindful of the safety, security and peace of mind of its guests."

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Tue October 18, 2011
Top Stories

Flood Recovery Continues 18 Months after Spring 2010 Disaster

The United Methodist Church is sending canvassers door-to-door in Middle Tennessee, looking for flood survivors still in need of assistance 18 months after the spring 2010 disaster.


Thu October 13, 2011
Southern Festival of Books Opens

Southern Festival of Books This Weekend

The 23rd annual Souther Festival of Books opens Friday on Legislative Plaza and continues through Sunday.