Kyle Horan, NewsChannel 5

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Recent articles by Kyle:

Election workers take on long hours to mail out ballots

Election employees worked long hours Thursday on the first day absentee ballots are sent to voters. → Read More

Graduation rates fall in Tennessee for the first time since 2013

Graduation rates fell for the first time in seven years in Tennessee in 2020. → Read More

Sports betting on schedule for November 1 launch at the latest

Online sports betting is on schedule to launch in Tennessee on November 1 at the latest, according to the Tennessee State Lottery. → Read More

Metro officials ask residents to complete the U.S. Census

Nashville city officials want more people to complete the U.S. Census. → Read More

Local doctor thinks flu season may be mild due to COVID-19 precautions

An infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University Medical Center said he thinks the flu season may be mild given indications from countries in the Southern Hemisphere. → Read More

Petition calls for Williamson Co. students to not be graded amid tech issues

Parents in one Middle Tennessee school district are asking for leadership and the school to suspend grading of students until tech issues are fixed with the virtual platform. → Read More

Doctor says COVID numbers promising, don't take off the mask yet

The number of people with active cases of coronavirus dropped from July to late August, but health experts don't want people to let up on taking precautions. → Read More

Downtown bar owner hopes max capacity increased

A week into Metro's modified phase two and one bar owner is reacting to the past seven days. → Read More

Donations flow to church helping kids of essential workers

A North Nashville church was overwhelmed with donations Thursday and Friday after the lead pastor put out a call for help. → Read More

Mt. Caramel Baptist Church in desperate need of donations to keep feeding kids of essential workers

A North Nashville church that stepped up to take care of school aged kids of essential workers is in desperate need of supplies. → Read More

Some Nashville residents report high water bill

Some West Nashville residents were surprised with high water bills they can't explain. → Read More

House Speaker defends decision to hold special session amid pandemic

While defending the inherent risk of holding a special session, Gov. Bill Lee, speaker of the house say rules address issues from pandemic. → Read More

Tenn. Nurses Association says more could be done to protect students

Tennessee Nurses Association (TNA) said Wednesday more could be done to protect students going back into schools soon. → Read More

Nashville man unknowingly sells website domain to the newly named Washington Football Team

A Nashville man unknowingly sold the website domain name to the Washington Football Team last week. → Read More

Board of Education grants Physical Education, Duty-Free Lunch waivers amid COVID-19 pandemic

The state Board of Education has agreed to grant exemptions for two controversial waivers for dozens of school districts across Tennessee. → Read More

Restaurant owners react to 10 p.m. mandatory closure

Restaurant owners are reacting to the mandatory 10:00 p.m. closure for all businesses that serve alcohol. → Read More

ACLU-Tennessee urges removal of Nathan Bedford Forrest bust from state capitol

The ACLU-Tennessee released a statement in support of removing the bust, calling Forrest "a brutal architect of structural racism." → Read More

East Nashville bar owners want Metro to let them stay open

The owners of The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club want city leaders to be more specific with the way they treat certain establishments during the pandemic. → Read More

Beef producers worried about supply chain amid COVID-19 pandemic

Beef producers are worried they may lose money amid the coronavirus pandemic due to a lack of processors available. → Read More

Good To Go pledges increasing in Nashville

More businesses are signing onto a program intended to protect employees and customers in Nashville bars. → Read More