Josh Breslow, WREG News Channel 3

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WREG News Channel 3

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

‘Unknown phenomena’ caused ground to shake in Clarksville, police say

Multiple agencies in Montgomery County spent hours searching for the source of an “unknown phenomena” that involved reports of a loud explosion and the ground shaking → Read More

Maury County mayor requests special session to address Gov. Lee’s ‘abuses of power’

The Maury County mayor has called on the Tennessee General Assembly to convene a special session to address Gov. Bill Lee's "continued abuses of power." → Read More

Suspected MS-13 members indicted in Nashville for ‘violent crime conspiracy’

A federal grand jury in Nashville has indicted nine suspected members of the MS-13 gang, charging them with a racketeering conspiracy, including allegations of seven murders, kidnappings, assaults, robberies and a large scale drug distribution. → Read More

Brother of Phil Valentine: ‘We haven’t turned the corner to recovery yet’ in COVID-19 battle

Conservative radio talk show host Phil Valentine remains hospitalized in Franklin amid a battle with the coronavirus, according to his family. → Read More

BABY JOE: Krystal Daniels set to go to trial in Feb. 2022

A hearing will be held Monday morning in Dickson County for Krystal Daniels, the Dickson County woman charged in connection with the 2018 death of her five-year-old son, Joe Clyde. → Read More

Endangered Child Alert issued for missing East Tennessee baby

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an Endangered Child Alert for a one-year-old baby reported missing from Jefferson County early Wednesday morning. → Read More

Woman jumped from downtown Nashville bridge into river after stealing delivery truck, police say

A woman reportedly stole a delivery truck, then jumped off the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge into the Cumberland River Tuesday morning, according to investigators. → Read More

Mother of Summer Wells filed protective order against husband in 2020: ‘I am afraid for my children and myself’

The mother of missing five-year-old. Summer Wells, filed for a protective order against her husband last year, stating in court documents that she was "afraid for my children and myself." → Read More

BABY JOE VERDICT: Joseph Daniels found guilty of 2nd degree murder in death of Joe Clyde

Joseph Daniels was convicted Saturday on a charge of second-degree murder for fatally beating his five-year-old son, Joe Clyde, whose body has never been located. → Read More

BABY JOE: Emotional testimony heard in day 4 of Joseph Daniels murder trial

Monday marks day four of the trial for Joseph Daniels, the Dickson County man accused of murdering his five-year-old son, Joe Clyde. → Read More

‘He threatened that he would kill me if I didn’t help:’ Brother of Baby Joe testifies at trial

The eight-year-old half brother of Joe Clyde Daniels woke up to a loud bang the morning of April 4, 2018 and walked into the living room to see his stepfather, Joseph Daniels carrying his little brother out to the driveway. → Read More

Mississippi teen fatally shot hours after graduation

A student in Jackson, Mississippi, was killed late Tuesday after she had graduated from high school just hours earlier. → Read More

Trial in former NBA player’s killing set for January 2022

A Tennessee judge has set a new trial date for a man charged with conspiring with the ex-wife of Lorenzen Wright to kill the former NBA player nearly 11 years ago in Memphis. → Read More

Mississippi city honors Freedom Rider legacy 60 years later

Mississippi’s capital city is honoring the legacy of a Freedom Rider arrested there 60 years ago. → Read More

Mississippi health leaders provide update on Pfizer vaccine for kids 12 and up

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) will hold a news conference on Thursday regarding the approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in adolescents. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory panel Wednesday voted to back the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 15. […] → Read More

Tennessee warns not to panic buy: ‘Emergency vehicles fuel from the same locations you do’

Agencies across Middle Tennessee are urging drivers not to panic-buy gas, preventing their crews from fueling up to respond to emergencies, amid the shutdown of a major pipeline by a gang of hackers. → Read More

Tennessee man arrested by FBI for alleged role in Capitol riots

A 56-year-old man from Cookeville has been arrested more than three months after his alleged involvement in the U.S. Capitol riots. → Read More

Driver arrested after beloved goose killed at Tennessee marina

A tip from the public led police to identify and arrest the man suspected of intentionally killing a beloved goose at an Old Hickory marina last month, according to an arrest warrant. → Read More

Nashville officer critically wounded, woman killed in shootout after traffic stop on Brick Church Pike

Officer Baker was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he is in critical condition, according to police. The woman, 31, was also shot and is in critical condition as well. → Read More

Child dies after falling into frozen pond in McNairy County, Tennessee

A child has died after falling through ice into a frozen pond while playing in the snow with other kids in McNairy County over the weekend. → Read More