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Hundreds of Tennesseans spent Friday night in the Cookeville High School parking lot. They were lined up to get into a free, traveling clinic this weekend, which for some has become a primary source of healthcare.

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It was initially assumed the president was coming to Nashville this week because the city is home to the largest for-profit hospital chains in the country. But according to industry leaders, that doesn’t appear to be the case.  

courtesy Congressman Black via Twitter

Congressman Diane Black says the Republicans’ new plan to replace Obamacare puts healthcare decisions back where they belong, in the hands of patients.

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation will look into all fatal shootings involving Metro police, a policy announced Thursday. Davidson County District Attorney Glenn Funk’s decision comes nearly a week after a Metro officer shot and killed a Nashville man.

Natasha Senjanovic (WPLN)

Some people in Nashville angered by Trump's administration are trying to figure out how to turn the energy they felt at the Women’s March in January into political activism.

Chas Sisk / WPLN (File photo)

Home landscaping, designer suits and $30,000-dollar loans to friends are some of the things ousted state lawmaker Jeremy Durham paid for with campaign funds. That’s according to the findings of a nine-month audit by the state Registry of Election Finance, released this week. 

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Nashville’s sister event to the Women’s March on Washington was roughly twice as big as organizers expected. And the thousands of women and men who marched were there to champion a number of left-leaning causes.

Jenn Garcia, Oasis Center

It’s late in the afternoon and a group of teenage boys pedals hard down the abandoned runway of Nashville's old Cornelia Fort airport. They’re taking a break from the trails to work on sprints and stamina — and mock each other with shouts of "Dude, you're so slow!"  

Cindy Wall

The Belcourt Theatre has received the state’s highest honor in the arts.

Nashville’s only arthouse movie theater, which underwent a massive remodeling this year, is one of ten recipients from across Tennessee to be presented with a 2017 Governor’s Arts Award.

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In a YouTube video posted Wednesday afternoon from Chattanooga, the head of the company that employed the driver of Monday’s fatal school bus crash said he was “deeply sorry.” Five students died in the crash. Six children are still in the intensive care unit at Erlanger hospital.