Mo Haider, NewsChannel 5

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NewsChannel 5

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Mo:

Vanderbilt student among those killed in Florida condo collapse

Vanderbilt student is among those who died in a condo collapse in South Florida. → Read More

NASCAR returns to Middle Tennessee for triple-header weekend special

There hasn’t been an event like this in a decade. This is all part of the NASCAR Triple-Header Weekend Special. → Read More

Kentucky lifts COVID restrictions on Friday; what you need to know

That means no more statewide mask mandate and no more capacity limits. Senior centers will also open up at full capacity. → Read More

Decommissioned police officer Andrew Delke appears in court for motions hearing

There could be major developments in the murder trial of decommissioned Metro Nashville Police Officer Andrew Delke. → Read More

Nashville International Airport expecting 50K travelers per-day this weekend

Airports across the nation are expected to be extra busy for the holiday weekend, and that includes Nashville International Airport. → Read More

NWS to continue surveying damage from Tuesday's storms

Today, the National Weather Service (NWS) will be back out surveying the damage left behind from Tuesday’s storms. → Read More

Mayor John Cooper to give State of Metro address today; what to expect

While the mayor's office hasn’t released details of the speech early, Mayor Cooper is expected to talk more about policy and budget priorities for the 2022 fiscal year. → Read More

Gov. Lee expected to sign bill to provide schools with bleed control kits

If signed into law, nearly 2,000 schools across the state will have what are called bleed control kits, something any trained staff member can use to help students or anyone else on campus. → Read More

Cycle Bar teaming up with nonprofit to host 'Rides Against Racism' event in Noble Park

Three outdoor cycling classes will be held by Cycle Bar as part of a collaboration with Everybody Vs. Racism, an organization founded in Nashville that is devoted to tackling racial issues in America. → Read More

Revitalization plan to reconnect North Nashville neighborhoods cut off by I-40

This project in North Nashville is one that Mayor John Cooper says needs to be done to revitalize the community. → Read More

Vanderbilt opens clinic for COVID long-haulers still dealing with lingering symptoms

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has started what's called the Adult Post-Acute COVID Clinic, a place where people who still have lingering symptoms can go for help. → Read More

Two injured in shooting on Clarksville Pike

Two adults were injured in a shooting late Wednesday on Clarksville Pike. → Read More

Nashville to host online Q&A on Second Avenue recovery, rebuilding

Mayor John Cooper will host an online Q&A session at 10 a.m. about recovery and rebuilding efforts. → Read More

Security increased at Tennessee Capitol for Inauguration Day

The FBI has warned about potential armed protests at all 50 state capitols leading up to and on Inauguration Day. → Read More

New Tennessee laws taking effect today; what you need to know

Now that we're putting 2020 in the rear-view mirror, Tennesseans need to know some new laws that officially start on Jan. 1, 2021. → Read More

Pending FDA approval, Tennessee could get Moderna vaccine next week; what you need to know

Tennessee could get its first batch of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine as early as next week. → Read More

FDA advisory panel meeting today, could approve Pfizer vaccine

For weeks, health experts have been saying we're getting closer to a COVID-19 vaccine that's good to go, and on Thursday, it could get the green light. → Read More

Tomorrow is the deadline to claim stimulus money

Time is running out for Americans to get a $1,200 stimulus check to help make ends meet during the pandemic. → Read More

Grocery stores to limit sale of certain items to avoid panic buying ahead of holidays

Kroger just announced it’s only allowing customers to buy only two roll of paper towels, toilet paper, disinfecting wipes and hand soap each. → Read More

CDC updates guidance, says masks can also protect wearers from getting COVID-19

At the beginning of the pandemic, public health experts said that wearing a mask was more to protect others than yourself. However, the CDC is now saying that masks also can help protect you from getting the virus. → Read More