Mo Haider, NewsChannel 5

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NewsChannel 5

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Mo:

Virtual concert series to help Nashville musicians, live venues starts Monday

The concert series will feature 120 Nashville-based musicians that will play at iconic venues through the end of October. → Read More

Businesses, residential units destroyed in East Nashville fire

Fire crews responded to a large fire at a multi-use building in East Nashville. → Read More

AMC reopening theaters in Cool Springs, Murfreesboro today with new pandemic regulations

The reopening comes as the chain celebrates its 100th anniversary, and just for today, tickets are 1920s prices – just 15 cents. → Read More

LIVE: Nashville celebrates 100th anniversary of women's right to vote

Tuesday marks a monumental day in history for women in Tennessee and the United States. Our nation celebrates 100 years since women won the right to vote. → Read More

Metro Schools: Network problems causing issues logging in remotely

Metro Nashville Public Schools reported network issues as students began their first day of remote learning. → Read More

Gov. Lee issues reopening guidelines for Tennessee school districts

Lee has been letting districts make their own plans when it comes to reopening, based on local COVID-19 rates and feedback from parents. → Read More

Overloaded labs struggling to keep up with COVID-19 testing demand

In Davidson County, it can take anywhere from three to five days to get results back. → Read More

Mask mandates go into effect this week at retailers, grocery stores

Starting today, Walmart, Lowes, BJ's, Kohls, Walgreens, PetSmart and CVS will require customers to wear masks. → Read More

New data shows spike in COVID-19 cases in downtown Nashville

Health leaders say this doesn't mean people are necessarily contracting the virus downtown. → Read More

Department of Labor: Thieves have stolen $26B worth of unemployment benefits

Criminals are using stolen identities already available from data breaches to file for unemployment under other people's names. → Read More

Zillow: Work from home opportunities may prompt move to suburbs

A lot of young professionals like to live in places like the Gulch, for example, but if the work from home trend stays, a lot of people could be moving out to the suburbs. → Read More

Career experts encourage job seekers to think outside the box in down economy

The career search site Monster reports they've seen an uptick in people looking for jobs in graphic design and software development. → Read More

Metro school board to vote on possible school closures

District leaders say shutting down three schools and combining them with others will save money. → Read More

Mall at Green Hills reopens on Wednesday

As the city reopens, people will have another option for shopping on Wednesday when the Mall at Green Hills reopens. → Read More

Urgent need for 500 volunteers for Metro Assessment Centers

Hands On Nashville is asking for hundreds of volunteers to help staff the Metro Assessment Centers in May. → Read More

Small group, recreation businesses reopen in 89 Tennessee counties

Bowling alleys around the state are going to be a little different for the time being. → Read More

Salons, barbershops reopen at half capacity in 89 Tennessee counties

The reopening only applies to businesses in 89 counties and does not include major cities like Nashville. → Read More

Retailers in 89 Tennessee counties to reopen today after shutdown

Retailers in 89 of Tennessee’s 95 counties will reopen Wednesday as the state begins the next wave of reopening its economy. → Read More

Tennessee restaurant dining rooms allowed to reopen starting Monday

Starting Monday, Tennesseans can begin going out to eat again 89 counties of the state - but under strict guidelines. → Read More

Gov. Bill Lee to outline plan to reopen Tennessee at 10 a.m.

Governor Bill Lee will soon reveal how he plans to reopen Tennessee’s economy. → Read More