Nick Caloway, WKRN

Nick Caloway


Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

Nashville has more sidewalks now, but some go nowhere

It's been nearly a year since a rule encouraging developers to build sidewalks went into effect in Nashville. → Read More

Car burglaries on rise in Bellevue

After a string of car burglaries in West Precinct, Metro police are reminding residents to Park Smart. → Read More

Neighbors in The Nations concerned about truck traffic

The Nations neighborhood in West Nashville is becoming more residential every day. New homes are going up on just about every block. → Read More

Bellevue burglars caught on camera

A group of thieves was caught on camera rummaging through unlocked cars in Bellevue early Monday morning. → Read More

Tabitha Tuders' family still hopeful after 15 years

It's been just more than 15 years since Tabitha Tuders disappeared while walking to her bus stop in East Nashville. → Read More

Flag stolen from veterans memorial returned

An American flag stolen from a veterans memorial in Ashland City was returned the day after Memorial Day. → Read More

Woman killed in murder-suicide remembered as good friend, great mom

Around 200 people gathered Tuesday night to remember a young mother who was killed in an apparent murder-suicide. → Read More

Flag stolen from fallen Marine's memorial

Just days before Memorial Day, a flag dedicated to a fallen Marine was stolen. → Read More

Flags placed at Stones River graves ahead of Memorial Day

Nearly 700 scouts and other youth volunteers spent Saturday morning placing flags at headstones at the Stones River National Cemetery. → Read More

Council members pursue funding for scrapped cost-of-living raises

Metro Councilman Steve Glover has proposed a plan to reinstate cost-of-living raises for Metro employees. → Read More

Lincoln County toddler saved by THP Trooper's swift actions

Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Dustin Cotton happened to be at the right place at the right time when he got a call of an unresponsive child Sunday. → Read More

Hundreds of volunteers needed in search for body of Joe Clyde Daniels

A large-scale search for the body of Joe Clyde Daniels is planned for next Saturday. → Read More

Body of missing kayaker found in Giles County

After more than three days of searching, the body of a missing kayaker has been found in the Elk River. → Read More

Metro police officer saves man from suicide

A Metro police officer is credited for saving a man's life on Monday evening. → Read More

Mayor Briley's proposed budget eliminates cost-of-living pay increases

Facing a $34 million budget shortfall, Nashville Mayor David Briley has proposed a belt-tightening budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. → Read More

The Hermitage adding security after desecration of Andrew Jackson's tomb

Each year, around 220,000 people visit Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, about 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. → Read More

Transit referendum voting date nears

As the transit referendum vote on May 1 nears, both sides of the issue are hoping to get people to the polls. → Read More

Annual concert helps raise awareness, money for mental health

Here in Nashville, artists have been using music to raise awareness, and raise lots of money for mental health advocates for two decades. → Read More

Neighbors heard loud noises from accused Waffle House gunman's apartment before shooting

Less than half an hour before he allegedly opened fire on diners and employees of an Antioch Waffle House, neighbors remember hearing loud noises coming from Travis Reinking's apartment. → Read More

Inmate overdoses symptomatic of worsening problem for jails, staff

Monday morning, six female inmates at the Sumner County Jail in Gallatin showed signs of respiratory distress from suspected overdose. → Read More