Top 5 Things You Should Know Today (07-01-19)

 

 

MAN DIES AFTER BEING SHOT BY POLICE

A man died after being shot by a Smyrna Police officer after police  responded to a domestic disturbance call at a home on the 100 block of Chestnut Street. William Lamb fired at officers, who then fired back.He was transported to a local hospital where he died. TBI is continuing to investigate. The officer’s identity has not been released.


5 Teens Arrested In Connection To Overnight Car Burglaries In Hendersonville

Hendersonville police said they arrested five teens in connection to overnight car burglaries in the city. Officers responded to car burglaries in progress in the Saundersville Station neighborhood. Police charged one 15-year-old and three 16-year-olds from Nashville and one 17-year-old from Goodlettsville with 10 counts of burglary and one count of theft. Anyone with information on this case can call Hendersonville Police  the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at (615) 573-5400.


Kamala Harris Jumps To The Top Three After Epic Debate Performance

The latest Morning Consult survey finds that the number of Democratic primary voters who would pick Kamala Harris as their first choice for president doubled after the first round of Democratic debates. While she had the support of just 7.9 percent of likely voters before the debate, she had 16.6 percent of the support afterward. Kamala Harris’ surge in the polls has also been accompanied by an influx in cash to her campaign. She’s raked in more than $2.5 million in donations as the second-quarter deadline approaches, much of which came in within the last three days.


MORE THAN 140 LAWS BEGIN TODAY IN TENNESSEE INCLUDING CELL PHONE LAW

Tennesseans will see a host of new laws on the books starting today, and they touch on everything from crime to cell phone usage to even operating electronic scooters while under the influence. The “hands-free cell phone” law makes it a class C misdemeanor to hold a phone in one’s hand or with any part of the body while driving in Tennessee. Fines start at $50 and go up from there. Drivers are allowed to touch the phone once to start a call or end a call, but just one touch. Drivers must use a Bluetooth or put their phone on speaker.


Brianna Mason Is The First Black Woman To Win Miss Tennessee

Brianna Mason just made history in the state of Tennessee, becoming the first Black woman to win the Miss Tennessee USA scholarship pageant on Saturday night. For the first time ever, the reigning Miss America, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA are all Black women. Vanessa Williams became the first Black woman to win Miss America in 1983.

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MORE THAN 140 LAWS BEGIN TODAY IN TENNESSEE INCLUDING CELL PHONE LAW

MORE THAN 140 LAWS BEGIN TODAY IN TENNESSEE INCLUDING CELL PHONE LAW

  MORE THAN 140 LAWS BEGIN TODAY IN TENNESSEE INCLUDING CELL PHONE LAW Tennesseans will see a host of new laws on the books starting today, and they touch on everything from crime to cell phone usage to even operating electronic scooters while under the influence. The “hands-free cell phone” law makes it a class C misdemeanor…

5 Teens Arrested In Connection To Overnight Car Burglaries In Hendersonville

5 Teens Arrested In Connection To Overnight Car Burglaries In Hendersonville

  5 Teens Arrested In Connection To Overnight Car Burglaries In Hendersonville Hendersonville police said they arrested five teens in connection to overnight car burglaries in the city. Officers responded to car burglaries in progress in the Saundersville Station neighborhood. Police charged one 15-year-old and three 16-year-olds from Nashville and one 17-year-old from Goodlettsville with 10 counts…

Top 5 Things You Should Know Today (07-01-19)

Top 5 Things You Should Know Today (07-01-19)

    MAN DIES AFTER BEING SHOT BY POLICE A man died after being shot by a Smyrna Police officer after police  responded to a domestic disturbance call at a home on the 100 block of Chestnut Street. William Lamb fired at officers, who then fired back.He was transported to a local hospital where he died. TBI…