Metro schools closed again Friday

Teachers must report to school Friday More

CRIME: Police respond to 26 looting calls, two arrests made

Crews beginning search and rescue in Nashville neighborhoods More

WATER: Conservation beginning to have positive effect

Director says it’s doubling up at plant, not conservation, that’s accounting for increase More

High water levels threatened Cumberland River dams

Corps worked quickly to make sure dams remained secure More

Commentary: Why national media glossed over flooding

Without looting and crime sprees, the Nashville floods didn't draw national attention More

Alexander, Corker tour downtown flooding

Federal disaster approval will move county into next stage of recovery More

WATER: Conservation not working; city’s reserves dip to 37 percent capacity

Police discussing legal action to force car washes to close More

SERVICES: DA’s office reopens, bus service resumes

MTA to offer free rides; Music City Star still on hold More

President declares disasters as Davidson death toll drops

City IDs flood victims; schools ask state for break More

Teens pulled from Harpeth River were ‘crying like babies’

The four Williamson County teenagers who decided to go canoeing on the flooded Harpeth River Tuesday are not very popular with residents of Franklin's Cottonwood subdivision. More
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