Jonquil Newland, NewsChannel 5

Jonquil Newland

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Past articles by Jonquil:

What's Next For Travis Reinking After Being Found Incompetent To Stand Trial?

Wednesday was the first time the public saw Travis Reinking since he was taken into custody after allegedly opening fire inside an Antioch Waffle House in April. → Read More

Antioch Residents Are Fed Up With Dangerous Traffic On Billingsgate Road

An Antioch homeowner is fed up with the dangerous road she lives on after multiple crashes have ended up in her front yard. → Read More

Legal CBD Products Can Cause You To Fail A Drug Test

When it opened in June, Tennessee Hemp Supply in Murfreesboro became the first hemp dispensary in Tennessee. Since its doors opened, it's helped pave the way for other hemp and CBD stores to open. → Read More

CRAFT Basketball League Keeps Teens Off Streets & On The Hardwood

In the game of life, decisions can make or break a young man who may not have the best resources or support. The CRAFT Basketball League has aimed to change that. → Read More

July 5th Is The Busiest Day For Animal Shelters

Pets often run away from home during Independence Day celebrations, making it one of the busiest days for animal shelters trying to reunite them with their families. → Read More

Barbershop Harmony Society Welcomes Women Members

For the first time it its 80-year history, women have officially been welcomed into the Barbershop Harmony Society. → Read More

Metro Nashville Police Department Moving Forward With Body Camera program

When Officer Samuel Johnson hit the streets wearing a body camera mounted on his chest in October of last year he was one of the first officers to do so while on the clock. → Read More

Several Families Without Air Conditioning at Mt. Juliet Apartment Complex

Several families in a Mt. Juliet apartment complex have not been able to escape the sweltering heat in the last few weeks, saying their air conditioning hasn't been working for months. → Read More

Teen helps pull baby sister and mom from a wreck in Madison

A 15-year-old, with the help of a Good Samaritan, pulled his mom and baby sister from a crash and still made sure to be at his summer job that night. → Read More

Study: Young, Black Children Twice As Likely To Commit Suicide

A National Institute of Health study shows young black children are twice as likely to commit suicide. → Read More

Brentwood High School Teens Take Top Honors In Statewide PSA Competition

Three Brentwood High School students have earned top honors for a 30-second PSA video they created highlighting the dangers of the opioid crisis in Tennessee. NewsChannel 5 partnered with Tennessee Together to launch the statewide competition. → Read More

Security Expert Weighs In On School Shootings

Bill Haines, a former military and law enforcement officer, now uses his expertise at ASSET, which stands for Advanced Security Services Evaluation and Training. As their title suggests, they offer clients in depth security solutions by assessing their needs and developing security programs. → Read More

Clarksville Mayor Says Transit Plan's Failure Is A Setback

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan said losing the Nashville Transit plan is a set back on only for the city, but for the region as a whole. → Read More

Sorority Hosts Candlelight Vigil For DeEbony Groves

Sorority sisters of DeEbony Groves, one of the Waffle House shooting victims, held a vigil to honor her. → Read More

AR-15 Rifles; What Is Or Isn't An Assault Rifle

The picture of the rifle used by the suspected killer, Travis Reinking, at the Waffle House Sunday morning has made its rounds on local and national media. → Read More

Forum Aims To Help The Dickson County Community Heal

Dickson County community members gathered at the Dickson YWCA for 'Beginning to Heal: A Discussion on Community Trauma' a forum for them to process the many emotions brought on by the heartbreaking story of Joe Clyde Daniels. → Read More

Hemp Store To Open In East Nashville

A new and possibly controversial store is opening in East Nashville that will sell everything hemp. → Read More

Fake Inspector Scams Restaurants Out Of Hundreds

Alfonzo's Mexican Restaurant in Shelbyville was scammed out of hundreds of dollars after a man claimed to be a fire inspector who promised to replace broken or unsafe safety items, but never did. → Read More

Criminals Target Gym Parking Lots

Criminals have been hitting gym parking lots in order to make their latest steal. Police have warned people to make sure their cars are locked and their valuables are not in plain sight. → Read More

Maury County Considers Expanding Landfill Into County Park

With a Maury County landfill almost full, County officials discussed their options, one of which, is to use part of the Chickasaw Trace Park. → Read More