Nick Beres, NewsChannel 5

Nick Beres

NewsChannel 5

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

One year later, still no arrests in killing of Shelby Golf Course employee

One year ago, someone shot and killed 71-year-old George Carpenter as he was leaving work at the Shelby Golf Course. → Read More

Holly Bobo case: Sentencing hearing today for Jason Autry, last of three suspects

This could be the final chapter of a tragic case that dates back to 2011 when Holly Bobo disappeared and was murdered. → Read More

Joe Clyde Daniels case: Joseph Daniels hearing postponed due to COVID-19

The hearing was postponed after four TBI agents were placed on quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Plea deal in ‘Operation Candy Crush’ could cost Rutherford County taxpayers

Operation Candy Crush made big news in 2018 as authorities busted stores allegedly selling illegal marijuana products, like gummies, in Rutherford County. → Read More

Metro officer charged with murder not expected to face trial until 2021

The trial was scheduled for spring 2020 but due to the pandemic, it’s not expected to happen until next year. → Read More

Warrant: TBI finds small bone fragments in search for Joe Clyde Daniels

TBI agents spent two weeks searching the Daniels’ property in late May. → Read More

Despite illness, Pastor Enoch Fuzz works to feed hungry families in Nashville

Pastor Enoch Fuzz has made it his mission to feed hungry families even as he's fighting a very serious illness. → Read More

Reverend Enoch Fuzz works to nourish Nashville's heart; here's how you can help

Some can't afford fresh fruits or vegetables and that's where Nashville pastor, Reverend Enoch Fuzz comes in to help. He's a big part of the Nourish the Heart program, which feeds neighbors and saves lives. → Read More

Neighbor's tip may have led to renewed search for Joe Clyde Daniels' remains

The search continues. On Thursday, TBI special agents continued to clear brush, dig and look for Joe Clyde Daniels' remains. → Read More

Ask Nick: Tennessee House Speaker, tax expert answer your questions

Today we'll discuss the latest on the phases of re-opening, whether there will be a second stimulus payment and what's happening with unemployment benefits. → Read More

Joe Clyde Daniels case: Search of Daniels property enters day 3

One big question is what led authorities back to this property, which has been searched before? → Read More

Anxiety over COVID-19 can weaken your immune system.

Could your anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic actually make you sick? → Read More

Nashville Uber driver escapes kidnapping by bailing out of speeding car

A manhunt is underway after a female rideshare driver survives a terrifying ordeal. → Read More

Could the so-called "murder hornet" come to Tennessee?

By now you've heard the Asian giant hornet is now here in the U.S. and more than a few of you think you've spotted the menacing insect here in Tennessee. But the state's top insect expert says there is no reason to panic. → Read More

Stimulus payments beginning to arrive for many Tennesseans

The much-needed financial help is here. Thousands of Tennesseans are among the very first to get stimulus payments. → Read More

Lawsuit to be filed against Gallatin nursing home over alleged mishandling of coronavirus

Neglect and intentional disregard of safety rules. Those are the allegations made against the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing. → Read More

Tennesseans set to receive "unemployment benefits on steroids"

Millions of Americans are now out of work because of the coronavirus. But help is on the way. One lawmaker refers to that help as "unemployment insurance on steroids." → Read More

More inmates will be released early because of coronavirus threat

More inmates need release from overcrowded jails and prisons.That's the word from Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall who says if it doesn't happen soon there could be a coronavirus disaster behind bars.nd things could very quickly get very bad. → Read More

COVID-19 slowing court proceedings across Tennessee

The Birch Building criminal courthouse in Nashville is typically among the busiest in the state. But by the empty hallways you would not know it. → Read More

Health department works to alert Tennessee Amish community of COVID-19

To date, there are no reports of the illness within the Amish community in Lawrence County. → Read More