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Friday, January 30, 2015

DEFENSE WANTS RAPE TRIAL VERDICT TOSSED
Defense attorneys in the Vanderbilt University rape trial want the guilty verdicts thrown out. The attorneys say it's because one of the jurors failed to disclose that they'd been the victim of a sex crime more than 12 years ago.

ILLNESS CLOSES PERRY COUNTY SCHOOLS
There's another Tennessee School system closed today because of illness. This time, Perry County Schools, because of flu-like illnesses. Not just the kids. One on five teachers were also out yesterday.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

FREE TEEN DRIVING SAFETY AWARENESS
If you have a teenager about to start driving soon, or already driving, this could help you sleep better at night. The Metro Police Department is offering a free Teenage Driver Awareness Class on Feb 14th. It's for people between 14 and 18, at the South Precinct, on Harding Place. You'll need to sign up in advance, since there's limited space.  If you want to see if there are any spots left, here's the info. (Erika.bowden@nashville.gov.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

VANDERBILT PLAYERS FOUND GUILTY OF RAPE
The rape happened in a span of 30 minutes. The case has been pending 19 months. The trial took 12 days. The jury deliberations took just a little more than 3 hours.
When the verdicts came in at 4:52 p.m.

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