Emily Luxen, NewsChannel 5

Emily Luxen

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  • NewsChannel 5
Past:
  • KNXV
  • 10 News San Diego
  • ABC 13 Las Vegas
  • 2 Works for You
  • TODAY'S TMJ4
  • Fox 4 News
  • 6 On Your Side
  • 7NEWS

Recent articles by Emily:

Belcourt Theatre adjusts to challenges of COVID-19 pandemic

Movie theaters have been hit hard during the COVID 19 Pandemic – including the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville. → Read More

VUMC infectious disease expert questions effectiveness of plasma to treat COVID-19

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — It was touted as a historic breakthrough that can help save lives in the fight against COVID-19, but one infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center says more research needs to be done. On Sunday, President Trump and leaders from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the use of convalescent plasma as a treatment for COVID-19. The… → Read More

Local businesses adjust to nationwide coin shortage

First, it was toilet paper, then hand sanitizer, and now a coin shortage is the latest way the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted something normally taken for granted. → Read More

Program that helps thousands of Tennesseans with disabilities could be cut

A program that helps thousands of Tennesseans with disabilities could be eliminated due to state budget cuts. → Read More

Air travel starting to rebound as passenger numbers rise at BNA

As Nashville continues to rebound from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are beginning to take advantage of the Summer travel season. → Read More

COVID-19 impact on milk sales may force Robertson County dairy farm to close

A Robertson County dairy farm is weeks away from shutting down because of the impact of COVID-19 on milk sales. → Read More

Social distancing guidelines prevent some restaurants from opening at capacity

As of Friday, restaurants in most Tennessee counties can open at max capacity, but that doesn't mean all of them will. → Read More

Portions of Nashville Farmers' Market open again

Portions of the Nashville Farmers' Market are open again, but new policies are in place to help keep shoppers safe. → Read More

Cold weather could damage strawberries

One Rutherford County farmer is keeping a close watch on the forecast this weekend, as below freezing temperatures could impact his strawberry crop. → Read More

APSU leading statewide effort to produce protective face shields

Medical professionals across Tennessee working to stop the spread of COVID-19 have the personal protective equipment they need thanks to students at Austin Peay State University. → Read More

Volunteer has questions about enforcement of stay-at-home order

Now that Tennessee Governor Bill Lee's Stay-at-Home order is in effect, many across the state are wondering how it will be enforced. → Read More

Neighbors won't get chance to attend public meeting due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted everything from schools, to festivals, to how local government operates, and some people in East Nashville say that will prevent them from being able to fight a proposed development in their neighborhood. → Read More

Volunteers help high-risk neighbors during COVID-19 Outbreak

Hundreds of volunteers are stepping up to help at-risk neighbors who aren’t able to leave their homes during the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Musicians turn to virtual concerts to connect with fans during COVID-19 outbreak

The COVID-19 outbreak has closed music venues across Nashville for health and safety reasons, forcing musicians to get creative to keep their music going. → Read More

Virtual concert to raise money for musicians impacted by COVID-19 precautions

The Coronavirus outbreak has resulted in Nashville musicians losing gigs and thousands of dollars in income, but now help may be coming from a colleague. → Read More

SEC Tournament to address Coronavirus concerns

Hours after a seventh case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Tennessee, thousands of SEC basketball fans are expected to arrive in Nashville for the men’s tournament. → Read More

Mt. Juliet Cracker Barrel server receives $3,000 tip

A random act of kindness leads to an unforgettable moment for a Cracker Barrel server in Mt Juliet. → Read More

8-year-old Franklin girl helps save mom’s life

Quick thinking by an 8-year-old Franklin girl helped save her mom’s life, and earned praise from Franklin police. → Read More

School closings leave working parents scrambling for child care

With schools in several districts across Middle Tennessee closed due to illness, many working parents are left scrambling to find a place to take their kids. → Read More

Clarksville veteran headed to Super Bowl with Titans QB

A Clarksville veteran recognized for his service to the country and his community is headed to the Super Bowl. → Read More