Cumberland River back below flood stage

Metro continues searching homes; death toll remains at nine More
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Mayor says Nashville is ‘open for business’

Dean points to huge portions of the city that were undamaged More

Business community coming together to aid in flood recovery

Mayor, chamber establish team to coordinate donations, volunteer efforts from and for local businesses   More

Community meetings on relief efforts set for Friday

Citizens encouraged to come with questions  More

SERVICES: MetroCenter reopens to some; NES restoring power

County Clerk's office remains closed; officials checking levees  More

Looting appears to have ceased; road crews working on repairs

Metro crews have inspected some 700 homes in search-and-rescue efforts More

Electricity returns to many; downtown could be back on today

According to outage maps, about half of those who lost power have it back More

Corps continues to release water from rain-swollen lakes

Floodgates will be opened after danger downstream subsides More

City inspectors hit the streets in damage assessments

Mayor Dean predicts more than $1 billion in damage   More

Dog alerts Whites Creek family to rising water

Family escaped before 6 feet of floodwater filled home More
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