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.
(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.