Court of Appeals reverses decision on East Nashville waste transfer station

Waste Connections applied for zoning variances to build waste transfer station at vacant warehouse More

Awaiting 287(g) decision, Metro seeks to clarify sheriff's other powers

Legal director Saul Solomon plans to file legislation for charter amendment to spell out 3 authorities of sheriff’s office More

City, police use civil suit to put pressure on Kurdish Pride gang

Suit declares KPG and its most active members public nuisances that should be kept from associating within designated “safety zone” More

Woman left alone in holding cell for 18 hours sues sheriff's office

Suit claims Angleyn Hendricks, a diabetic, was left in room alone without insulin and only a countertop and metal chair More

State fair operator returns; future Metro involvement still unclear

Fair board contracts with tourism and agriculture leaders, same group that wanted state to oversee fair More

Taxi licensing commission asks for clarity on inspectors' role following police reprimand

Police chief denounces taxi, limo inspectors use of badges, guns and blue lights More

Metro sues to force subdivisions to finish infrastructure work

The newest suit, filed Feb. 21 in Davidson County Chancery Court, targets Woodland Forest, a subdivision near Charlotte Pike and Sawyer Brown Road. More

Dean chooses Bridgestone Americas president to be next Metro Law director

If approved by Metro Council, Saul Solomon will start Feb. 1 More

Despite Metro's objection, Forest Hills launches court, appoints judge

A chancery court suit filed by Metro in August is ongoing More

Councilman scraps 'spot zoning' plan permitting LED church sign

Plan would have opened door for similar permits, perhaps legal concerns More
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