Justin Jones, one of the two Black Democrat lawmakers who were expelled last week from the Tennessee House after protesting against gun violence, was sworn back in and reinstated by the Nashville City Council on Monday. He returned to his desk at the House an hour after the vote.
For the past 15 years, Cyntoia Brown has sat in Nashville’s Tennessee Prison for Women for the death of a city businessman back in 2004. Now 31, Brown is now free after her sentence was commuted, bringing her hard-fought fight for justice to an end.
Almost 30 years into their career the Wu-Tang Clan continue to conquer more land. The crew recently made history once again.
Another Lauryn Hill concert was cancelled this week. The singer though claims he had no choice due to a natural disaster.
Sports host Erin Andrews was awarded $55 million Monday (March 7), for being secretly taped naked in a Nashville Marriott hotel eight years ago. A jury comprised of mostly women deliberated for one day before finding the hotel, and franchise owner, Michael Barrett, responsible for the invasion of privacy.
Danny Brown just released his third album, Old, last week, and has been hitting the show circuit in support. However, a couple of spot dates with electronic musician Pretty Lights didn’t go well and sparked an ugly Twitter spat between the two artists over the weekend.
A disturbing s-x crime case is developing in Nashville, Tenn, with striking similarities to the Steubenville High School case. Over the weekend, four Vanderbilt University football players named in an alleged rape case were joined by a fifth student who reportedly tried to his help teammates cover up evidence.
In Tennessee this week, a child support case is unfolding that would even make Maury Povich scratch his head. Orlando Shaw of Nashville has admitted to fathering 22 children with 14 women, and owes thousands of dollars in delinquent child support. Payments, Shaw says, he has no way of making.
Taylor Swift used to stalk Young Buck. Before the G-Unit rapper had fallen completely into a financial hole, followed by a nearly two-year prison sentence, and having his personal belongings auctioned off by the IRS, the country star used to ride pass his house in admiration.
A man in Nashville, Tenn. is re-thinking the choice to follow in the footsteps of G-Dep and other criminals before him, by confessing to a crime. The big difference is that James Washington spilled the beans on what he thought would be his death bed, but after surviving a heart attack he changed his perspective. Already incarcerated on […]