Natalie Neysa Alund, The Tennessean

Natalie Neysa Alund

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Natalie:

Today is the last day to register to vote in Tennessee

Those who want to vote in 2020 Tennessee State and Federal Primary and County General Election on Aug. 6 must register. → Read More

4-year-old among three people shot at Nashville's Cayce Homes on Sunday night

Officers responded at 9:24 p.m. to the 500 block of South Eighth Street in James A. Cayce Homes for a report of a shooting and found multiple shot. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Tennessee reports 724 more cases

Get the latest updates on coronavirus in Tennessee and Nashville. → Read More

Thousands of trees downed by March tornado to be replanted across Nashville

After a tornado left a path of destruction in Nashville in March, local advocates are working to replant thousands of trees. → Read More

Nashville leaders say it's time to end contract with private prison company CoreCivic

Sheriff Hall said he's on board if the sheriff's office has the money to operate it effectively and, there is time to ensure a proper transition. → Read More

Man charged in Lower Broadway fires during May 30 Nashville riot

Ray, 33, is charged with one count of inciting a riot, one count of arson, two counts of burglary and four counts of felony vandalism. → Read More

7-year-old boy dies after getting stuck in Nashville MDHA property garage door

According to the Metro Nashville Police Department, Dedric Holt died Tuesday after an accident left him hospitalized for more than two weeks. → Read More

Nashville police on scene of shooting near Woodbine neighborhood

Officers responded to a shooting call in the 300 block of Radnor Street just south of Thompson Lane at 5:30 a.m. → Read More

Bedford County deputy charged with rape at party

TBI agents developed information that indicated Joseph Guthrie, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office deputy, was responsible for the assault. → Read More

182 Davidson County Sheriff's Office inmates, 17 employees test positive for COVID-19

So far, 22 inmates in Davidson County Sheriff's Office custody have recovered from the virus, sheriff's office spokeswoman Karla West said. → Read More

District attorney won't retry child rape case overturned by appeals court

Nashville's Conviction Review Unit, restructured in 2019, vacated its first case Monday when it decided not to retry a child rape case. → Read More

38 protesters arrested after rally at Legislative Plaza in Nashville

The protesters, including two juveniles, were transported to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office after being detained, said THP Lt. Bill Miller. → Read More

Man charged with homicide after nephew fatally shot at Joelton home

Police took William Gardner, 77, into custody for allegedly shooting Jerry Birdwell, 54, and Birdwell's girlfriend at the home the three shared in Joelton. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Tennessee reports 1,806 new coronavirus cases in largest single-day increase

Get the latest updates on coronavirus in Tennessee and Nashville. → Read More

Metro Nashville police sergeant releases ballad he wrote about George Floyd

Sgt. Henry Particelli wrote and performed "Your Name" which he said he believes represents the feelings of his law enforcement colleagues. → Read More

Nashville police searching for man accused of killing his father near Percy Priest Lake

Anthony Rivera, 19, is wanted in connection to the fatal shooting of his father in their home near Percy Priest Lake on Wednesday. → Read More

Metro Nashville police seek public's help in identifying attempted rape suspect

According to police, on June 13, a man attempted to rape a housekeeper inside a room at the Extended Stay at 2525 Elm Hill Pike. → Read More

Reconstructed I-440 to fully reopen July 2, one month ahead of schedule

The move comes one month ahead of schedule for the largest project in TDOT history, according to the department. → Read More

Police investigate vandalism at Islamic Center of Nashville after 'Black Lives Matter' message changed

The lettering on the marquee outside the Islamic Center of Nashville was changed from "Black Lives Matter" to "All Lives Matter" on Sunday morning. → Read More

Metro Nashville police names first female deputy chief in 10 years

Lokey is a 23-year MNPD veteran and will be the dept's first female deputy chief in nearly 10 years. → Read More