Brandon Marshall, NewsChannel 5

Brandon Marshall

NewsChannel 5

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Brandon:

Keith Bell, 31, remembered for impacting his community as an author

Keith Bell, 31, of Gallatin was walking along Joslin Street when police said he was struck by a vehicle. → Read More

Mold, temporary maintenance fixes cause tenant to move out of Antioch apartment; seek legal action

A warning from an Antioch woman claiming issues with mold in her apartment caused her to move -- even after temporary fixes by maintenance. → Read More

NYPD officer accused of breaking in Nashville family's home, using racial slur

A New York City police officer accused of breaking into a Nashville home and using a racial slur faced a Davidson County Criminal Court judge today. → Read More

Health experts: vaping can increase your chances of getting the flu

If you think vaping is bad for your heart and your lungs, a new study shows it can also up your chances of getting the flu, especially if you are a woman. → Read More

Local woman testifies on voting suppression before Democrat House Subcommittee

Democrats from the U.S. House Judiciary Subcommittee heard from experts about barriers to voting caused by alleged racial discrimination. → Read More

MTSU president loses niece in Dorian; creates fund for Bahamian survivors

The devastation left behind by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas is also hitting close to home for many in Middle Tennessee. → Read More

Owner hopes to use new restaurant to connect with North Nashville community

A new daiquiri bar and Cajun food restaurant is coming to north Nashville. → Read More

Metro Nashville juvenile court program helps high schoolers become community leaders

The Metro Nashville Davidson County Juvenile Court held its annual Youth Court Training event for high school students. → Read More

Students welcomed to MTSU with $6,500 in parking fines

Students at Middle Tennessee State University are already having to pay up for parking violations days into the new school year. → Read More

New class of officer trainees graduating as MNPD works to fill openings

In Metro Nashville, the department is budgeted for 1,152 officers. According to the Fraternal Order of Police, there are 185 openings. → Read More

Clarksville woman searching for place to accept service dog without fee

A single mother desperate to find a place to live said she keeps getting shut out by landlords because they won't accept one of her family members. → Read More

Protesters want community to "spend money somewhere else" after a series of violent incidents

Men protested outside of Paul's Market following six different allege attacks on customers by employees. → Read More

Longtime Wilson County school bus driver, David Wright, passed away at 76

A long-time Wilson County school bus driver is being remembered for his dedication to his community for decades. → Read More

Hundreds of first-year students move into TSU dorms

Hundreds of first-year students officially began their college careers at Tennessee State University on Freshman Move-in Day. → Read More

Oasis Center rolls out two new programs to prevent youth homelessness

The Oasis Center developed two new programs to address youth and young adult homelessness in Nashville. → Read More

TSU encourages students to capitalize on Tennessee's billion-dollar tourism, hospitality industry

The Volunteer State raked in $22 billion dollars from tourists in 2018 and local colleges and universities want students to know now is the time to take advantage of the boom in the classroom. → Read More

More than 30 men welcome KIPP Nashville College Prep Elementary students back on first day

A group of men in Nashville's African American community welcomed students back to school in a unique way. → Read More

Martha O'Bryan Center opens public charter school near Cayce Homes

A ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Explore! Community School marked a new start for families and their children. → Read More

Madison barber receives book donations from Dolly Parton and more

A Madison barber has received more than 200 books from people across the country including Dolly Parton. → Read More

Candlelight vigil to be held one year after deadly officer-involved shooting

Family, friends, and community supporters of Daniel Hambrick will hold a candlelight vigil Friday evening. → Read More