Water reserves slowly climbing

City urges continued conservation, says it's working so far 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

Looting appears to have ceased; road crews working on repairs

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

City inspectors hit the streets in damage assessments

Mayor Dean predicts more than $1 billion in damage   More

Schools closed Wednesday, may not have to make up flood days

District asking state for a waiver, as allotted missed days already expired  More

Power outages throughout downtown

NES substations flooded, leave businesses and residents without power in wide swath of downtown  More

Nashvillians not conserving enough water, Metro says

Residents watering lawns, flowers — some even getting car washes  More

With caution, water conservation, health risks from flooding are low

ALSO: Updates on water supply safety, food preservation and mold issues More

Metro paying out hundreds of thousands in settlements

Metro has paid out $446,000 in settlements and judgments between Jan. 1 and March 31 of this year More

Teacher's alleged rape victim sues Metro government, school board

Suit alleges multiple rapes over three years  More
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