Good morning, Nashville. After nearly a week of disturbing twists and turns to the McNair case and the Metro police finally ruling it a murder-suicide, fans are pouring into the public visitation this morning. Though it wasn’t supposed to start until 8am, the funeral home opened its doors around 7 as people began to line up. The memorial at LP Field is also continuing today from 9am to 7pm.
- 40 cities. The group of Belmont students traveling around the country in a tour bus rockstar-style for a sociology course are getting some pretty sweet press in the cities they’re visiting. We’re just jealous that their bus driver gets calls from Lil Wayne.
- Welcome to the south. A 62-year old Shelbyville man burnt down a house he was renting to his neice and her family because he “wanted them gone from here and back up north where they came from.“
- Bits & pieces. Memphis’ mayor is leaving them high and dry and the City Council can’t seem to pass the resolution to replace him … A 12-year old girl was shot and killed in a home invasion near downtown last night … Nashvillians are getting crafty when it comes to brewing their own beer thanks to a supply shop in North Nashville.
A year ago on Nashvillest: We took a closer look at Nashville’s homeless population, questioned the wisdom of this possible first date (via Craiglist, of course), and discovered that we’re a young, hip oasis.
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