Storms and tornadoes on Tuesday caused structural damage, knocked down trees and led to power outages in nearly a dozen Tennessee counties. One person is believed to have been killed, and meteorologists will continue reviewing evidence of multiple tornadoes on Wednesday.
Nashville’s booming growth and high demand for real estate have pushed property values substantially higher since 2017.
As Nashville undergoes its citywide property value reassessment, the mayor is signaling that a lower tax rate is likely. That’s not unusual, but you wouldn’t have known that from the response online Friday.
A sweeping proposal made public Wednesday would bring software tech giant Oracle to Nashville. The company is pitching the city on a $1.2 billion office complex that would employ 8,500 people within the next decade.
A Murfreesboro man is the tenth Tennessean arrested by FBI agents on charges related to the January riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Nashville will begin the phased closure of its COVID-19 Overflow Shelter for people without housing.
A major maker of COVID-19 testing swabs will create a new manufacturing and distribution operation in the town of Orlinda in Robertson County.
Updated 5:35 p.m. The National Weather Service has issued another flash flood watch for Nashville and much of Middle Tennessee. Up to 2 more inches of rain is expected to fall on the region starting Tuesday and continuing through Wednesday. The watch begins at 7 p.m.
The death toll from Tennessee flash flooding has risen again. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency says the weekend storm killed residents in Davidson, Cheatham and Hawkins counties.
Damage reports are coming in following the powerful hail storm that raced through the Nashville area Thursday afternoon, toppling trees and pulling up some by the roots. Many of them took out power lines as they fell, leaving at least 10,000 Nashville Electric Service customers without electricity, with additional outages elsewhere.