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1. Japan's Honda sees declining profits on semiconductor crunch -

TOKYO (AP) — Honda's fiscal first quarter profit fell 33% from last year as a global computer chip shortage, a pandemic-related lockdown in China and the rising costs of raw materials hurt the Japanese automaker.

2. TVA moving forward with plans for smaller nuclear reactors -

CHATTANOOGA (AP) — Nearly four decades after the Tennessee Valley Authority abandoned construction of more than half of the nuclear plants it once planned to build, the federal utility is moving forward again with plans to pursue the next generation of nuclear power.

3. Biden, Republicans spar over impact of Dems' economic plan -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats call it the "Inflation Reduction Act." Republicans say it's a "tax and spending spree." And everyone has a study they say proves it.

Recent bipartisan action in Congress on matters ranging from producing computer chips to expanding NATO isn't extending to the latest economic package from Democrats, which is generating a battle of dueling statistics and projections over whether it would help or hurt the economy.

4. Biden, Republicans spar over impact of Dems' economic plan -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats call it the "Inflation Reduction Act." Republicans say it's a "tax and spending spree." And everyone has a study they say proves it.

Recent bipartisan action in Congress on matters ranging from producing computer chips to expanding NATO isn't extending to the latest economic package from Democrats, which is generating a battle of dueling statistics and projections over whether it would help or hurt the economy.

5. Live on the Green announces lineup -

The lineup for Live on the Green features both local favorites and noisemaking newcomers as the Labor Day weekend music festival returns to Nashville’s Public Square Park after a two-year pandemic-related hiatus.

6. Senate deal should make it easier to buy electric vehicles -

DETROIT (AP) — The surprise deal by Senate Democrats on a slimmed-down bill to support families, boost infrastructure and fight climate change also is likely to jump-start sales of electric vehicles.

7. Highland Ventures to make Williamson home -

Highland Ventures Ltd. will invest $8.2 million to relocate its headquarters operations from Glenview, Illinois, to Brentwood, company officials say, creating 80 jobs during the next five years.

Located at 209 Powell Place, Highland Ventures’ new Tennessee headquarters will serve as the hub for the company’s brands: Family Veterinary Group, Stay Fit 24, Highland Pure Water & Ice and Legacy Commercial Property.

8. Energy Dept. backs $2.5B loan to GM venture for EV batteries -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A joint venture between General Motors and South Korean battery company LG Energy Solution is set to receive a $2.5 billion loan from the Energy Department to build battery cell factories for electric vehicles in three states.

9. Hobbled by chip, other shortages, GM profit slides 40% in Q2 -

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors' second-quarter net income fell 40% from a year ago as computer chip and parts shortages hobbled factory output and drove the company's U.S. sales down more than 15%.

10. To preserve jobs, UAW head says battery plants must be union -

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) — If the United Auto Workers union can't organize workers at new electric-vehicle battery factories that will supply Detroit's three automakers, the union's future would be in serious doubt.

11. Hyundai exec vows to improve company's safety track record -

DETROIT (AP) — Clogged oil ports, electrical shorts and leaks of brake fluid are only some of the safety problems that have caused multiple fires and forced Hyundai and Kia to recall millions of vehicles in the past seven years.

12. DHS adds new actions to support child care -

The Tennessee Department of Human Services announced new actions to support child care providers and parents. TDHS increased child care payment assistance reimbursement rates July 1 by 20% across all categories of care in the Child Care Certificate Program.

13. Automakers targeting average households with new crop of EVs -

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — In their first rollouts of electric vehicles, America's automakers targeted people who value short-range economy cars. Then came EVs for luxury buyers and drivers of pickups and delivery vans.

14. GE reveals identity of 3 companies after historic split -

General Electric on Monday revealed the names of the three companies that will operate on their own after the historic split of the one-time conglomerate, including a mashup of words that will make up the name of the new energy company.

15. GM's Barra stands by ambitious EV pledge -

NEW YORK (AP) — The economy is a bit wobbly, but General Motors CEO Mary Barra isn't backing off of an audacious prediction: By the middle of this decade, her company will sell more electric vehicles in the U.S. than Tesla, the global sales leader.

16. GM, partners to build 500 electric vehicle charging stations -

DETROIT (AP) — A major automaker, large truck stop chain and an electric vehicle charging company are proposing a network that would put charging plugs at 50-mile intervals along U.S. highways.

General Motors, Pilot Travel Centers and EVgo said Thursday they will build 2,000 charging stalls at "up to" 500 Pilot Flying J sites across the nation.

17. Chip shortage keeps driving up auto prices, cutting sales -

Chip shortage keeps driving up auto prices, cutting sales

By TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer

DETROIT (AP) — The global semiconductor shortage is still vexing the auto industry. U.S. new vehicle sales were expected to tumble more than 20% in the second quarter compared with a year ago. Yet demand still outstripped supply from April through June, even with $5 per gallon gasoline, high inflation and rising interest rates. The low supply has raised prices to record levels, knocking many consumers out of the new-vehicle market. General Motors reported a 15% sales drop due largely to the chip shortage. Toyota sales are down 19% for the first half of the year and fell 18% in June. Stellantis posted a 16% decline.

18. Supreme Court limits EPA in curbing power plant emissions -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a blow to the fight against climate change, the Supreme Court on Thursday limited how the nation's main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.

19. China's Baidu races Waymo, GM to develop self-driving cars -

BEIJING (AP) — With no one at the wheel, a self-driving taxi developed by tech giant Baidu Inc. is rolling down a Beijing street when its sensors spot the corner of a delivery cart jutting into its lane.

20. G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action -

BERLIN (AP) — Members of the Group of Seven major economies pledged Tuesday to create a new " climate club " for nations that want to take more ambitious action to tackle global warming, putting them on a possible collision course with China.

21. Solidarity behind Ukraine's Russia fight atop summit agendas -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Back-to-back world leader summits in Europe this weekend will focus on uniting Western nations behind Ukraine in its fight against Russia's invasion and overcoming Turkey's opposition to NATO membership for Finland and Sweden.

22. Snap, crackle, pop: Kellogg to split into 3 companies -

Kellogg Co., the 116-year-old maker of Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies, Pringles and Eggo, will split into three companies focused on cereals, snacks and plant-based foods.

Kellogg's, which also owns plant-based food brand MorningStar Farms, said Tuesday that the spinoff of the yet-to-be-named cereal and plant-based foods companies should be completed by the end of next year.

23. Biden hosts climate meeting amid high gas price pressure -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Equating the oil and gas industry to Big Tobacco, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday that "fossil fuel producers and financiers have humanity by the throat." But President Joe Biden wasn't quite itching for a fight.

24. VU Children’s Hospital No. 1 in state, Southeast -

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has once again been named the No. 1 children’s hospital in Tennessee and continues to be recognized among the top pediatric hospitals in the nation, the latest U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital rankings finds.

25. Legal Aid Society picks Nashville managing attorney -

Legal Aid Society, Tennessee’s largest legal nonprofit, has hired Jordan Stringer as managing attorney and director of its Volunteer Lawyers Program.

As managing attorney, Stringer will supervise staff members, oversee administrative functions for the Nashville office, work closely with other management team members to coordinate client services and assist in oversight and quality assurance systems. Stringer will also serve as director of the Volunteer Lawyers Program, developing strategic initiatives and managing staff to support pro bono lawyers helping clients across 48 counties in Middle Tennessee.

26. Tennessee execution pause through 2022 could last longer -

NASHVILLE (AP) — After Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee halted a lethal injection in April because he learned the drugs hadn't been tested as required, he ordered an independent investigation and paused all executions through the end of the year.

27. More job gains point to a solid economy and Fed rate hikes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers added 390,000 jobs in May, extending a streak of solid hiring that has bolstered an economy under pressure from high inflation and rising interest rates.

Last month's gain reflects a resilient job market that has so far shrugged off concerns that the economy will weaken in the coming months as the Federal Reserve steadily raises interest rates to fight inflation. The unemployment rate remained 3.6%, just above a half-century low, the Labor Department said Friday.

28. California regulators approve state's 1st robotic taxi fleet -

California regulators on Thursday gave a robotic taxi service the green light to begin charging passengers for driverless rides in San Francisco, a first in a state where dozens of companies have been trying to train vehicles to steer themselves on increasingly congested roads.

29. Ford plans to add 6,200 jobs in Ohio, Michigan and Missouri -

AVON LAKE, Ohio (AP) — Ford will add 6,200 factory jobs in Michigan, Missouri and Ohio as it prepares to build more electric vehicles and roll out two redesigned combustion-engine models.

The company says it will invest $3.7 billion in the three states between now and 2026. It also will convert about 3,000 temporary workers to full-time status with pay raises and benefits.

30. CEO pay up 17% as profits, stocks soar; workers fall behind -

NEW YORK (AP) — Even when regular workers win their biggest raises in decades, they look minuscule compared with what CEOs are getting.

The typical compensation package for chief executives who run S&P 500 companies soared 17.1% last year, to a median $14.5 million, according to data analyzed for The Associated Press by Equilar.

31. Top Davidson County residential sales for April 2022 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2022, for Davidson County, as compiled by the Nashville Ledger.

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
120 Meadowwood Nashville 37205 4/5 Hofman Mara Trustee Moses John T Trustee $18,000,000
1220 Chickering Nashville 37215 4/29 Bellwether Trust Residential Tech LLC $8,600,000
422 38th Nashville 37209 4/8 Upward America Southeast Property Owner LP 422 38Th LLC $5,130,000
1907 Convent Nashville 37212 4/21 Wind River Tennessee LLC Champion Hillsboro LLC $4,750,000
1220 7th Nashville 37208 4/20 Morning Glory Trust Locke Colleen B; Locke Kevin D $4,200,000
4421 Forsythe Nashville 37205 4/18 Scowden Family Trust Aiken Jennifer Lynne Randolph $4,200,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $4,050,000
4001 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/1 Moore R L Trustee Dawson Shannon Trustee $4,000,000
315 Walnut Nashville 37205 4/26 Schickling Whitney Hart; Schickling Christopher Brian Rupert Kathryn Kissel; Rupert Timothy John $3,800,000
758 Meade Nashville 37205 4/19 Fry Christine; Fry Julian Nashville Const Co Inc $3,718,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $3,709,000
1709 Primrose Nashville 37212 4/29 AJS + GKS Real Estate Trust Domestic Builders LLC $3,600,000
1603 Windy Ridge Brentwood 37027 4/12 Mondschein Leonard E; Mondschein Mavis R Castle Contractors LLC $3,500,000
206 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/25 Whitehair Ashley; Whitehair Jimmy Barnes Revocable Living Trust $3,300,000
101 Bancroft Nashville 37215 4/29 Tannehill Jean S; Tannehill Rocky D Slim Dunkin Trust $3,100,000
6705 Greeley Nashville 37205 4/13 Caroline Kaufman Living Trust Build Nashville Db2 LLC $2,823,925
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $2,728,000
6449 Fleetwood Nashville 37209 4/22 Denton Kevin K Knock Out Properties LLC $2,701,450
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $2,633,000
134 Heady Nashville 37205 4/25 134 Heady Drive Trust 134 Heady LLC $2,620,678
19 Inveraray Nashville 37215 4/6 Hammond & Brandt Builders LLC Anchored Capital LLC $2,600,000
115 Cheekwood Nashville 37205 4/11 Hart Stephanie Anne; Matthews David Baxter Ferdowsi Reja $2,600,000
721 Newberry Nashville 37205 4/1 Fleischer Rachel Harris Properties LLC $2,600,000
1514 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/13 Fry Coleen Denise; Fry Daniel Lee Gonzalez Steven P; Nelson Dina T $2,575,000
4100 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/20 Iwanicki Patrick; Kamins Heather McDaniel Christopher; McDaniel Kelly $2,550,000
1423 Stratton Nashville 37206 4/20 Wardlaw Louise Tryphena Trustee Wilson Kortney M $2,520,000
3918A Caylor Nashville 37215 4/13 Mason Derrick V Square Nashville LLC $2,504,161
6513 Radcliff Nashville 37221 4/14 Werth Douglas W; Werth Sara C Radcliff Drive Nominee Trust Agreement $2,500,000
405 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/4 Villalobos Laila 405 Brook Hollow Road LLC $2,404,351
423 Bonnawood Hermitage 37076 4/29 Evans Grace Beer; Evans Tyler Matthew Walor Sarah Helen; Williams Robert Tyler $2,400,000
913 Dorset Brentwood 37027 4/1 Brown Michael W Nelson John Trustee $2,400,000
4425 Sheppard Nashville 37205 4/8 Jacobs Jennifer Beth; Legg Tolbert Wolcott Peters Ann M; Peters Karl E $2,365,000
2013B Galbraith Nashville 37215 4/13 A&M Properties LLC Yeatman Jonathon; Yeatman Shannon $2,325,000
4628 Shys Hill Nashville 37215 4/12 Sweetman Barn Dark Barry $2,300,000
211B Page Nashville 37205 4/27 Hartley Bryan; Hartley Stephanie Kirkwood Kent A; Kirkwood Katherine D $2,300,000
433 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/29 Ragan Family Trust Dieck Ryan; Schickling Christopher B; Schickling Whitney $2,250,000
1522 Ferguson Nashville 37212 4/29 Brandes Johann C; Brandes Mina Sasser Kathryn Hays $2,230,000
3714 West End Nashville 37205 4/22 McKennon John Patrick Shuler Robert G; Miller J Brandon $2,200,000
101 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/20 Richards Robert Perry Betty H; Perry Ronald E $2,200,000
1111 Batey Nashville 37204 4/7 William B Skudder Revocable Living Trust Range Const LLC $2,150,000
1004 Greenwich Nashville 37215 4/26 Greenwich Park LLC King Carol A $2,070,000
4308 Beekman Nashville 37215 4/29 Stone Oak Builders LLC Hart Christopher F; Hart Eileen C $2,001,000
1003 Gilmore Nashville 37204 4/7 Larry Frank And Marla Meyer Frank Living Trust 11:11 Trust $2,000,000
1917 Overhill Nashville 37215 4/29 Thomas Elizabeth M; Thomas Gordon B Jr Trujillo Jessalyn Joyce; Trujillo Mario Andres $2,000,000
1017 Halcyon Nashville 37204 4/7 Morgan A Harris Living Trust Hulsey Mary Elizabeth $1,975,000
2811 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/4 Larimore Mark A Palmer John G Jr $1,900,000
1506 55th Nashville 37209 4/29 Schneider Joint Revocable Trust Ligon Patricia $1,900,000
3123 Parthenon Nashville 37203 4/20 Garmendia Craig Alexander; Gonzalez Robert III King Neil B $1,845,000
2376 Fairchild Nolensville 37135 4/6 Purity LLC Bonds Charles Clifton III; Tilley Melissa Bonds $1,823,600
921 Bradford Nashville 37204 4/6 Broderick Michael; Commandatore Dana Harris Dennis V; Harris Joy H $1,800,000
522 Paragon Mills Nashville 37211 4/4 Paragon Mills LLC Samir Investments $1,800,000
6411 Lansing Nashville 37209 4/14 Fishburn Eric Conn; Lugo Marlen Clifford Jared Tucker; Clifford Melody $1,780,000
29 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 4/1 McCarver Jerry S Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,737,255
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/19 Potter Halie; Potter John M 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,500
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/13 Sodhi 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/13 Dean & Cheryl Rieger Living Trust 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,708,000
4009B Woodmont Nashville 37205 4/14 Bode Timothy D Patsiokas Dari A $1,700,000
3916 Caylor Nashville 37215 4/21 Bagwell Chris; Brown Mark T Diehl Patricia Ann; Pangle Mary Ann; Pangle Mary Ann T $1,700,000
92 Victoria Nashville 37205 4/22 Marten Esteban Presser Crystal Ming Lee; Presser Naftali $1,700,000
832 Clayton Nashville 37204 4/6 Schlichter Christopher; Wu Jie Ying Fitzgerald Brent M; Osborn Stephen $1,657,000
1199 Otter Creek Nashville 37220 4/4 Manning Maegan Francy David Andrew $1,650,000
436 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/8 Wiedman Christopher Blake Collins Benjamin L; Collins Stephanie $1,650,000
2036 Castleman Dr Nashville 37215 4/25 Lowenstern Mariano Eduardo; Lowenstern Angela Marie Morrison Ian; Morrison Vivianne E $1,620,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Imsai LLC Bars Hooper Holdings LLC $1,600,000
3424 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 4/4 Parkinson Houston White Pines Building Group LLC $1,600,000
3600 Colewood Nashville 37215 4/7 Reed Amani L; Reed Julie Wright Nutter William J $1,590,000
2816 Blair Nashville 37212 4/29 Lanning Jonathan Adam Bengson Darrell K; Bengson Linda K $1,570,000
5605 Ottershaw Brentwood 37027 4/12 Manzanares Amy J Moody Donald R $1,565,000
198 Kenner Nashville 37205 4/20 Jaunich Kyle Telford; Jaunich 2012 Irrevocable Grandchildrens Trust MacDonald Meg $1,550,000
5101A Idaho Nashville 37209 4/25 Goings Dolly Creekmore; Goings Hubert Wesley III Belville Aaron; Belville Jessica $1,500,000
3701 Woodmont Nashville 37215 4/7 McCarter Kathryn L Taylor Allison Jutras; Taylor David $1,500,000
1904 Cromwell Nashville 37215 4/14 Yetton Nathan J Painter Ashley; Painter Jason $1,500,000
1601 Observatory Nashville 37215 4/29 Green Hills Investors Lipscomb University $1,500,000
263 Vaughns Gap Nashville 37205 4/13 Rrt Living Trust Feldman Richard W Md $1,500,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/14 Hawk Todd S; Hawk Tracy L Knorr Angel; Knorr Daniel J $1,495,000
407 Greenway Nashville 37205 4/12 Mudumbi Sandhya; Yarlagadda Vidhush Eljack Custom Homes LLC $1,480,000
1202 Parkview Nashville 37204 4/19 Dapoz Lauren N; Dapoz Stephen T Caplin Drew M; Caplin Britni H $1,475,000
4000 Harding Nashville 37215 4/12 Ke Holdings LLC Palubicki Margaret Lane Johnson $1,460,000
109 Chatsworth Nashville 37215 4/27 Theoharis Jaclyn Katerina; Trahanas John Mantzouranis Isaacs Kathryn B; Isaacs Scott E $1,455,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/26 Howell Jordan Chanandler Bong Trust $1,450,000
104 Kennett Old Hickory 37138 4/14 Cottle Gina R; Webster John A III Heritage Group Properties $1,445,000
800 Foster Nashville 37215 4/19 Fox Ashlee F Halter Cecilia A; Halter Michael; Overton Carolyn A $1,425,000
204 Kensington Nashville 37215 4/14 Leach Nancy Richards Denise; Richards Jerre $1,402,950
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/28 Clark Philip M Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
800 Cerrito Old Hickory 37138 4/21 Luciano Rachel; Zahm Matthew David Davis Renee; King Gary $1,400,000
6201 Robin Hill Nashville 37205 4/18 Tennessee2 GP Foote Lisa Bass $1,400,000
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/19 Temple David; Temple Sabrina Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
2001 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 4/4 Volpar Inc Equity Trust Co $1,400,000
1504 4th Nashville 37210 4/18 MTP Baker Wilma Shelton; Shelton Albert Harrison $1,400,000
1902 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/27 Blandin Adam J; Granger Kristen L Fabbri Daniel; Watnick Caroline $1,400,000
6620 Brookmont Nashville 37205 4/4 Albert Andrew Jones James Jr $1,392,900
123 39th Nashville 37209 4/29 Cameron Beth; Cameron Jared Mikicki Barbara; Mikicki Miroslaw $1,390,000
1849 Laurel Ridge Nashville 37215 4/12 Werther John Robert Cook Shannon Knght Suc Trustee $1,380,100
1914 Castleman Nashville 37215 4/21 Wilson Kevin J; Wilson Tracy L Wayne Enterprises GP $1,375,000
1815 Sevier Nashville 37206 4/12 Taneja Randip Lux Ryan; MacMillan Cameron M; MacMillan Carly M $1,375,000
922 Bowring Nashville 37215 4/13 Blackburn Anne Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel Bale Family Trust; Patricia Bale Revocable Trust $1,355,000
4020 Skyline Nashville 37215 4/8 Vintage South LLC Cubillo Caroline Hart; Jimenez Ronald Jesus Cubillo $1,350,000
1312 Otter Creek Nashville 37215 4/22 Dyar Robert H Jr; Kreysa Kaela Brooks Michael A $1,350,000
1912 Warfield Nashville 37215 4/1 Kanal Maneesh Fleischer Matthew $1,330,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/5 Will Adam G 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,329,000
300 54th Nashville 37209 4/7 Buyer Accepted LLC Baker Janice Ashley; Pave Jeffrey William $1,310,000
3803 Park Nashville 37209 4/4 Brown Samuel Colton Brg LLC $1,309,999
3801 Park Nashville 37209 4/12 Skelton Melanie; Skelton Taylor Brg LLC $1,308,000
3600 Pilcher Nashville 37209 4/8 Conrad Frederick Larue III; Spore Caroline Dare Phillips James David; Phillips Julie Review $1,300,000
4236 Jamesborough Nashville 37215 4/27 Fedell Caroline; Fedell Russell A Blackburn Annie Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel $1,300,000
1493 Clairmont Nashville 37215 4/12 Bowers Richard H Clark Elissa T Suc Trustee $1,300,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/18 Donald G Barder Jr Revocable Trust Fulling Mill Nashville Trust $1,300,000
6320 Torrington Nashville 37205 4/11 Harris Jordan; Wieck Hayden Rutledge Tammi; Rutledge Ted Lane $1,300,000
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/27 Friedman Donald A Oothout Kevin B $1,300,000
4225 Central Hermitage 37076 4/29 Beazer Homes LLC Mhk Ventures LLC $1,287,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/29 Epstein Megan; Epstein Stephen 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,284,000
1208 Sigler Nashville 37203 4/13 Knox Jeanette E; Knox Walter E Jr Calipari Erin; Siciliano Cody $1,270,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Bars Hooper Holdings LLC Phillips Charles L $1,260,000
1927 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/7 Johnson Nancy B; Johnson William Harry Novick Daniel M; Novick Inna $1,255,100
4224 Granny White Nashville 37204 4/12 Riverwood LLC Davis Deborah Frances Deckner; Deckner Leah Frances Herrman; Rothschild Jeffrey Jackel $1,250,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/6 Howell Scott Alan 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,250,000
5911 Post Nashville 37205 4/22 Bohart Hayley Kirk; Hodgkins Harrison Kokka; Hodgkins John Scott Chatfield Hanna G; Chatfield Robert F $1,250,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 4/7 Kohl John T Stewart Emily $1,250,000
5846 Merrimac Nashville 37215 4/1 Chilson Casey M Wardlaw Charles Cunningham Trustee $1,225,000
407 Scott Nashville 37206 4/12 Shvartsman Mark Benjamin Still Russell B Jr; West Jenny $1,225,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Joyce Aaron Joseph; Joyce Mary Katherine 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,224,000
2309 Hobbs Nashville 37215 4/28 Bagwell Const Co; Brown Mark Brackin Susan Diane B; Brinton David Lawrence; Trusty Janet Frances B $1,207,000
2855 Wellesley Nashville 37215 4/5 Hodges Elizabeth Simpson Lauren Sanders $1,205,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Shepard Bradley; Shepard Kimberly 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,202,000
115 Tyne Nashville 37205 4/25 Thallemer Leslie; Thallemer Mike Sloan Elizabeth Nelson; Sloan John Elliott III $1,201,010
1213 Shelby Nashville 37206 4/1 Dabir Cameron Sweeney Ann Boley $1,200,000
416 Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/18 Calvert Clark; Sansone Jennifer Achiever Dev LLC $1,200,000
2805B Meadow Rose Nashville 37206 4/25 Stone Kimberly; Wieland Adrian New Day Homes LLC $1,200,000
1503 Electric Nashville 37206 4/19 Cohen Easter Kelly A $1,200,000
555 Church Nashville 37219 4/7 Janko Abigail M Trustee Burkett Thomas R $1,200,000
1624 Gartland Nashville 37206 4/14 Oblock Maggie; Oblock Robert Bridges James Lee; Bridges Revocable Living Trust $1,200,000
2200 18th Nashville 37212 4/19 Thornton Eric; Wohlers Chad Proffitt Billy; Proffitt Todd $1,200,000
806 13th Nashville 37203 4/19 Sorin Elaine C; Sorin Brian D Dyer Randall F $1,199,000
7715 Sawyer Brown Nashville 37221 4/18 Coles Barry Wray; Coles Maribeth Poma David A; Poma Janice L $1,175,000
900 20th Nashville 37212 4/28 Ferguson Charles W Jones Laurie E; Jones Sydney L Jr $1,175,000
929 Douglas Nashville 37204 4/7 H5 Nashville LLC Stephen G Tomaso & Moira G Tomaso TN Comm Prop Trust $1,155,016
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/1 Bishop James Bradford 600 12Th Ave S 1515 LLC $1,150,000
416B Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/6 Fox Ashley; Gayne Katelynn Achiever Dev LLC $1,150,000
160 Charleston Nashville 37205 4/13 Britt Amy Marie; Thompson Robert Clayton Vance Edward H; Vance Gayle D $1,150,000
2805A Meadow Rose Nashville 37206 4/25 Fusari Nicola New Day Homes LLC $1,150,000
3210 Long Nashville 37203 4/25 Fuxa Andrew; Fuxa Heather Marie Green Zach Tayyaba Atiya; Zach Thomas Scott $1,135,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/7 Villella Investments LLC Hill Christopher Brown $1,135,000
1418 Gartland Nashville 37206 4/27 Wilbanks Gracyn Garrett; Wilbanks James Leon III Wilson Peter Cyrus; Wilson Melani Welker $1,105,000
415 Church Nashville 37219 4/25 McGam LLC Leeming Thomas; Leeming Diane $1,100,000
4102 Granny White Nashville 37204 4/22 Leon Jorge Lipscomb University $1,100,000
706 16th Nashville 37206 4/12 Danakian Lusine Hanai Ramin; Hanai Yaghoob $1,099,000
1212 Ordway Nashville 37206 4/7 McGarry Mary Heather Metcalf Robert L $1,090,000
1105 Winding Way Nashville 37216 4/18 Lewis Bennett; Lewis Mary Kenson Renee Michelle $1,080,000
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/1 Perkins George R III Bishop Brad $1,080,000
505 Wedgewood Nashville 37203 4/6 Gooch Management LLC Jefferson Adam; Wiltz Brad; Wiltz Lisa $1,075,000
15 Lexington Nashville 37215 4/20 Buhl Michael McInurff Delores A Estate $1,071,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Jolly John H Jr 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,067,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/6 Dorfman Brian 1600 West End Avenue LLC $1,052,000
1121 Woodvale Nashville 37204 4/22 Osborne Anthony P; Osborne Jennifer S Pope Kathryn S; Pope Kathryn Stephenson $1,050,251
1003 Eastland Nashville 37206 4/27 Ham Carla Husby Nancy; Mason Jared; Hubbard A Scott $1,050,000
4238 Morriswood Nashville 37204 4/11 Parsons Bradley Bamarni Patty Pershank; Steimer Adam L $1,050,000
505K Wedgewood Nashville 37203 4/29 Marcus Anna Marie Wilson Jared James $1,050,000
713 Lena Nashville 37208 4/19 Smith Thomas A; Edmonds Bradley F Jackson Jason Edward; McNeal Jarred $1,050,000
1600 Green Hills Nashville 37215 4/29 Green Hills Investors Lipscomb University $1,050,000
1009 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/20 Forsgren Edith Asa; Wilson Liam D Hoehn Kimbra S; Wilson Littell E III $1,030,000
812 13th Nashville 37203 4/13 Mukhtar Hany Priestes Andrew Ryan; Priestes Jennifer Marie $1,015,000
19 Bridlington Brentwood 37027 4/13 Turner Jeffrey; Turner Karen Dieck Dinah; Dieck James; Dieck Ryan $1,011,000
6570 Rolling Fork Nashville 37205 4/28 Shay Matthew Edward Kelly Emmett James; Kelly Olivia Griffith $1,000,000
4412 Westlawn Nashville 37209 4/13 Frey Andrea N; House Tyler B Cannon Eric T; Cannon Katherine H $1,000,000
2813 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 4/22 Cady William T; Mascali Georgia Marshall Poston Ward III $1,000,000
900 Villa Nashville 37212 4/19 Adams Gregory J; Speckman Kaitlyn Valledejuli Anastasia; Valledejuli Morton $1,000,000
420B Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/20 Deleau Matthew Thomas; Weems Lindsay Rose Bethesda Const LLC $999,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/5 Kemp Barry S 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $999,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/13 Stolarski Anthony M; Stolarski Tracy M 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $995,000
923 13th Nashville 37212 4/14 Stamp Christine Contessa; Stamp Philip Robert Jones James Sutton; Jones Melissa Wisniewski; Wisniewski Gary; Wisniewski Nicholas $990,000
532 Hillwood Nashville 37205 4/29 Moore James C Ragan Family Trust $989,500
105 Carnavon Nashville 37205 4/19 Clinton Ryan; Crowson Michelle Adams Kerry; Adams William $980,000
3508 Murphy Nashville 37205 4/20 Nelson Pauline P Dieck Ryan; Hicklin Elizabeth H; Hicklin Garrett Tanner $975,000
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32. No turning back as automakers go electric -

Here’s a good analogy about the nation’s ever-changing automotive conversion from cars with internal combustion engines to a fleet of battery-powered electric vehicles.

“A lot of people sound worried, but I like to compare it to leaving the horse and going to the internal combustion engine. So, now the motor is the horse, and we’re leaving it behind,” says Ferman Clark of Brentwood, a now-retired GM employee who worked at the Saturn plant in Spring Hill from 1990 through the mid-2000s.

33. Automakers drive south, powered by electricity -

It began with Nissan’s decision to bring a manufacturing plant to Tennessee in 1983.

Four decades later, Tennessee serves as the home of three major auto manufacturers – Nissan, GM and Volkswagen – with Ford on the way, and is the North American headquarters for Japan-based automotive giants Nissan, Mitsubishi and Bridgestone, all located in the Nashville area.

34. Ford loses $3.1 billion, hit by investment and chip shortage -

DALLAS (AP) — Ford Motor Co. reported Wednesday that it lost $3.1 billion in the first quarter, weighed down by its investment in an electric-vehicle startup, and its revenue slid as a shortage of chips limited the supply of pickups and SUVs in North America.

35. GM's $2.94B 1Q profit tops Street views, but revenue misses -

LOS ANGELES (AP) — General Motors' net income declined in the first quarter, as the automaker sold fewer cars and trucks worldwide, although higher prices helped boost revenue, especially in North America.

36. Governor says he'll give details on canceled execution next week -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee will release more details Monday surrounding why he abruptly canceled the execution of Oscar Smith, delaying his previous plan to reveal the reasons this week, the Republican's spokesperson confirmed.

37. Tech stocks slump again; Nasdaq has worst loss since 2020 -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks closed broadly lower on Wall Street Tuesday, weighed down by sharp declines in Big Tech stocks that also left the Nasdaq with its worst drop since September 2020.

Investors are busy reviewing the latest round of corporate earnings and are facing a particularly heavy week with results from some of the nation's biggest companies. Earnings growth has been one of the pillars of the market, but the reports so far haven't offset investors' concerns about rising inflation, interest rate hikes and potential damage to global economic growth from pandemic-related lockdowns in China.

38. Elon Musk buys Twitter for $44B and will privatize company -

Elon Musk reached an agreement to buy Twitter for roughly $44 billion on Monday, promising a more lenient touch to policing content on the platform where he promotes his interests, attacks critics and opines on social and economic issues to more than 83 million followers.

39. Gov. Lee: No new details yet why he canceled execution -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee declined to provide any new information Friday explaining his decision to call off the state's first scheduled execution since the start of the pandemic, but said more details will likely be provided next week.

40. Police: More than 900 civilian bodies found in Kyiv region -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — More than 900 civilian bodies have been discovered in the region surrounding the Ukrainian capital following the withdrawal of Russian forces — most of them fatally shot, police said Friday, an indication that many people were "simply executed."

41. Macron, Le Pen decry 'shocking' Stellantis CEO pay -

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron and his far-right challenger in the French presidential vote, Marine Le Pen, on Friday both decried as "shocking" the multimillion euro payout to the CEO of carmaker Stellantis.

42. Japanese e-vehicle battery company to build Kentucky plant -

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Japanese electric vehicle battery technology company will build a factory in Kentucky, creating 2,000 jobs in a $2 billion investment that reinforces the state's leadership in battery production, Gov. Andy Beshear said Wednesday.

43. Future of work, living takes shape in suburbs -

The future of the office, or at least one vision of that future, is coming into focus in suburbs surrounding Nashville, where commutes require a comfortable pair of shoes or a bicycle instead of a car.

44. Toyota unveils first electric vehicle since RAV4 EV in 2014 -

DETROIT (AP) — Toyota, the top-selling automaker in the U.S., is rolling out its first fully electric vehicle in eight years.

The company on Tuesday unveiled the battery-powered bZ4X small SUV, which starts at $42,000 and can go up to 252 miles (406 kilometers) per charge.

45. Musk says Tesla will build vehicle designed to be a robotaxi -

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Tesla will build a vehicle dedicated for use as a robotaxi, and it will start making three new vehicles next year, CEO Elon Musk told fans at a party celebrating the opening of a Texas factory.

46. Six-days-a-week mail delivery saved; Biden signs Postal bill -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A sweeping overhaul of the U.S. Postal Service meant to shore up the popular but beleaguered agency's financial future and cement six-days-a-week mail delivery was signed into law Wednesday by President Joe Biden.

47. US electric-vehicle tax credits ending for new Toyota buyers -

DETROIT (AP) — Toyota customers soon won't be able to get U.S. federal tax credits for buying electric or hybrid vehicles.

The automaker expects that sometime before the end of June it will reach a 200,000-vehicle cap on the credits, Bob Carter, Toyota's head of North American sales, said Wednesday. After that, the credits will be phased out over the next year, reaching zero, as Tesla and General Motors already have.

48. Tennessee Black-majority town takeover case before judge -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's top leaders only began increasing scrutiny over a small town's finances after a predominantly Black administration took over key positions, a move that attorneys on Wednesday argued strays significantly from how the state has treated white-majority jurisdictions.

49. US agency opens probe into electric vehicle batteries -

DETROIT (AP) — U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation into electric and hybrid vehicle batteries after five automakers issued recalls due to possible defects that could cause fires or stalling.

50. Suddenly, Twitter's biggest stakeholder is Tesla's Elon Musk -

Tesla CEO Elon Musk acquired a 9% stake in Twitter to become its largest shareholder at a time when he is questioning the social media platform's dedication to free speech and the First Amendment.

The ultimate aim of Musk's 73.5 million share purchase, worth about $3 billion, is not known. Yet in late March Musk, who has 80 million Twitter followers and is active on the site, questioned free speech on Twitter and whether the platform is undermining democracy.

51. US seeks new lithium sources as demand for batteries grows -

NEWRY, Maine (AP) — The race is on to produce more lithium in the United States.

The U.S. will need far more lithium to achieve its clean energy goals — and the industry that mines, extracts and processes the chemical element is poised to grow. But it also faces a host of challenges from environmentalists, Indigenous groups and government regulators.

52. Stock buybacks show no signs of a slowdown so far this year -

Companies in the S&P 500 bought a record amount of their own stock last year and don't show any signs of slowing down.

Flush with cash from solid earnings, companies repurchased $882 billion of stock in 2021. Goldman Sachs is forecasting stock buybacks to reach $1 trillion this year, even as companies grapple with rising inflation, higher interest rates and the potential for stunted economic growth.

53. Tennessee could scale back oversight of town's finances -

MEMPHIS (AP) — The state of Tennessee could scale back its financial oversight of a majority-Black town near the site of a planned Ford truck plant if it meets certain goals by this summer, a move that comes after the state takeover drew national attention, officials said Wednesday.

54. EV battery maker LG will add up to 1,200 jobs in Michigan -

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Electric vehicle battery maker LG Energy Solution plans a $1.7 billion expansion in western Michigan that will add up to 1,200 jobs by 2025, officials announced Tuesday.

The project at the company's site in Holland, located about 155 miles (249 kilometers) northwest of Detroit, was approved for $56.5 million in state grants and a 20-year tax break worth $132.6 million.

55. New corporate climate change disclosures proposed by SEC -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Companies would be required to disclose the greenhouse gas emissions they produce and how climate risk affects their business under new rules proposed Monday by the Securities and Exchange Commission as part of a drive across the government to address climate change.

56. Chinese virus cases climb, raise threat of trade disruption -

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities on Tuesday tightened anti-virus controls at ports, raising the risk of trade disruptions after some auto and electronics factories shut down as the government fights coronavirus outbreaks.

57. House Dems seek probe of USPS plan for new mail truck fleet -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats on the House Oversight Committee are seeking an investigation into a U.S. Postal Service plan to replace its aging mail trucks with mostly gasoline-powered vehicles.

The plan largely ignores White House calls to replenish the mail-service fleet with electric vehicles and has drawn sharp criticism from the Biden administration, Democratic lawmakers and environmentalists, who say it falls far short of President Joe Biden's goals to address climate change.

58. Jack Daniel's producer to suspend operations in Russia -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Iconic whiskey maker Jack Daniel's will become the latest company to suspend business operations in Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.

59. Biden restores California's power to set car emissions rules -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is restoring California's authority to set its own tailpipe pollution standards for cars, reversing a Trump administration policy and likely ushering in stricter emissions standards for new passenger vehicles nationwide.

60. Russia-Ukraine war: Key developments in the ongoing conflict -

A Russian airstrike hit a maternity hospital in the besieged Ukrainian port city of Mariupol on Wednesday, wounding at least 17 people in what Ukraine officials described as a "war crime" and an "atrocity."

61. Ukrainians evacuate Kyiv suburbs amid deepening crisis -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Residents of the bombarded suburbs of Ukraine's capital snaked their way across the slippery wooden planks of a makeshift bridge that provided the only way to escape Russian shelling, amid renewed efforts Wednesday to rescue civilians from besieged cities.

62. Japan's Honda, Sony joining forces on new electric vehicle -

TOKYO (AP) — Two big names in Japanese electronics and autos are joining forces to produce an electric vehicle together.

Sony Group Corp. and Honda Motor Co. agreed to set up a joint venture this year to start selling an electric vehicle by 2025, both sides said Friday.

63. Biden announces Siemens investment, planned factory jobs -

President Joe Biden has been pushing for more U.S. factory jobs — and he was joined Friday by the CEO of technology company Siemens USA to announce a $54 million investment in producing equipment for the electrical infrastructure.

64. Musk invites auto union to hold organizing vote at factory -

DETROIT (AP) — Elon Musk is inviting the United Auto Workers union to hold an organizing vote at Tesla's factory in Fremont, California.

On Twitter Wednesday, Musk wrote that he invited the union to hold a vote at its convenience. "Tesla will do nothing to stop them," he wrote.

65. Attorney, teacher joins GSRM Law -

The law firm of Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin PLLC bas brought M. Clark Spoden into the firm as a partner in the firm’s litigation section.

His practice is focused on the representation of companies in contract, employment, environmental, administrative law, construction, business tort, noncompetition, intellectual property, wrongful death and personal injury cases.

66. Justices wrestle with EPA power to curb carbon emissions -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court wrestled Monday with the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to curb greenhouse gas emissions from the nation's power plants, a case that could hamstring the Biden administration's plans to combat climate change.

67. Subaru buyers caught in right-to-repair fight over its cars -

Driving a rugged Subaru through snowy weather is a rite of passage for some New Englanders, whose region is a top market for the Japanese automaker.

So it was a surprise to Subaru fans when Massachusetts dealerships started selling its line of 2022 vehicles without a key ingredient: the in-car wireless technology that connects drivers to music, navigation, roadside assistance and crash-avoiding sensors.

68. Risk of a Ukraine war spreading in Europe rests on unknowns -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Russian invasion of Ukraine would be devastating, and a wider European war even worse. Whether a larger war happens would depend partly on President Vladimir Putin's ambitions, partly on the West's military response, and partly on plain luck.

69. AP FACT CHECK: Biden takes half-steps on electric vehicles -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eager to show benefits from his policies, President Joe Biden is overstating the number of electric vehicle charging stations that would be built with his infrastructure law and claiming a speedy shift to electric in the federal fleet that isn't so.

70. Super Bowl ads go heavy on nostalgia, star power -

NEW YORK (AP) — On the field, the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals played a nail biter during Super Bowl 56, with the Rams emerging victorious.

Off the field, Super Bowl advertisers were in a tough competition of their own. Advertisers shelled out up to $7 million for 30 seconds of airtime during the Super Bowl, so they pulled out all the stops to win over the estimated 100 million people that tune into the game. Big stars, humor and a heavy dose of nostalgia were prevalent throughout the night.

71. EXPLAINER: A scarcity of chips feeds frustration, inflation -

Even coming off its fastest annual growth in 37 years, the U.S. economy is still bogged down by a persistent shortage of the computer chips essential to the technology that connects, transports and entertains us.

72. Waller adds to real estate, government relations practices -

Doug Sloan, Jon Cooper and Quan Poole have joined Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP’s Nashville office. The three attorneys join Waller with nearly 45 years of combined experience in legal and leadership roles in the government of Nashville and Davidson County.

73. House bill would ease budget strains on Postal Service -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress would lift onerous budget requirements that have helped push the Postal Service deeply into debt and would require it to continue delivering mail six days per week under bipartisan legislation that approached House approval Tuesday.

74. Auto workers vote for independent union at Mexico GM plant -

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Workers at a General Motors assembly plant in northern Mexico voted for a new independent union to represent them after ousting an old guard union last year, according to results announced Thursday.

75. Nashville’s Big Bash generates record $30M -

The live show for Jack Daniel’s New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash generated an estimated $30 million in direct visitor spending, a new record and an increase of 12% compared to 2019’s record-breaking $26.6 million in visitor spending, the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp reports.

76. Union vote by GM workers in Mexico a test for labor rights -

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Workers at a General Motors plant in northern Mexico were voting Tuesday on whether to form one of the first truly independent auto labor unions in Mexican history.

The vote among the roughly 6,500 employees of GM transmission and pickup plants in the northern Mexico city of Silao is a major test of whether a measure of freedom has come to Mexican labor practices.

77. Tesla fans complain Biden ignores company's EV leadership -

DETROIT (AP) — Some of Tesla's loyal band of devotees and CEO Elon Musk say the White House has been unfairly snubbing America's top-selling electric vehicle brand in its support for EVs as a way to fight climate change — and they're making their discontent known.

78. A look at Gov. Lee's 4th budget proposal -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's Gov. Bill Lee on Monday unveiled his $52.5 billion budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase from the $41.8 billion budget that the Republican proposed for the current year. The 2022-23 spending plan includes increases for law enforcement, education, state workers, roads and more, buoyed by better-than-expected revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic and federal coronavirus recovery funding. The wide-ranging plan also includes money to make Juneteenth a state holiday. The budget proposal needs ultimate approval from the Republican-dominant General Assembly. Here's a look at the highlights:

79. Biden gets CEO support for economic agenda -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Wednesday secured the blessing of several business leaders on his economic agenda that has stalled in the Senate, part of an effort to restart some momentum for the nearly $2 trillion in spending and tax increases that he's proposed.

80. General Motors to add 8,000 technical workers this year -

DETROIT (AP) — There are more than 8,000 new technical job openings at General Motors, and the automaker plans to fill them during a hiring spree this year.

The Detroit automaker is looking for software, computer, mechanical and electrical engineers, as well as battery engineers, cyber security experts and others.

81. GM to spend nearly $7B on EV, battery plants in Michigan -

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — General Motors is making the largest investment in company history in its home state of Michigan, announcing plans to spend nearly $7 billion to convert a factory to make electric pickup trucks and to build a new battery cell plant.

82. GM to spend $6.5B, add 4,000 jobs at Michigan EV factories -

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — General Motors is poised to announce next week major electric-vehicle investments in Michigan, with plans to spend $6.5 billion and create up to 4,000 new jobs at two plants.

The state's economic development board is expected to approve an incentives package Tuesday, according to a meeting agenda posted online.

83. New GM electric truck faces competition, skeptical buyers -

PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The competition among U.S. automakers for a still-small pool of consumers seeking electric vehicles is quickly intensifying.

General Motors, normally the top-selling U.S. automaker, officially unveiled the Chevrolet Silverado EV Wednesday with a virtual press conference at the CES gadget show. Work truck versions go on sale in the spring of next year, followed in the fall by a high-end consumer version.

84. New auto sales up in 2021 but long way before full recovery -

DETROIT (AP) — U.S. new vehicle sales rebounded slightly last year from 2020's dismal numbers, but forecasters expect them to be more than 2 million below the years before the coronavirus pandemic.

85. Legislators tackle redistricting, school funding -

Just months after blasting federal vaccine mandates in the third of three special legislative sessions, state lawmakers return to the Capitol for the second half of the 112th General Assembly Jan. 11.

86. Markets 2021: Stocks soar, IPOs explode, crypto goes wild -

Wall Street delivered another strong year for investors in 2021, as a resurgence in consumer demand fueled by the reopening of the global economy pumped up corporate profits.

As of Dec. 22, the S&P 500 had risen 25%, its third-straight annual increase. Along the way, the benchmark index set 67 all-time highs.

87. NLRB to review order blocking Nissan plant small union vote -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A federal labor board is reviewing a decision by one of its regional officials to deny a union from trying to organize fewer than 100 of the thousands of employees at Nissan's auto assembly plant in Tennessee.

88. Monarch, GBT buy 8 acres in Midtown -

Monarch Alternative Capital LP, an investment firm with approximately $9.5 billion of assets under management, has purchased the 8-acre Beaman Toyota dealership property on Broadway.

In partnership with Nashville-based GBT Realty, Monarch plans to create a development in Midtown to address the city’s increasing real estate needs.

89. Johnson named president of Nashville Bar Association -

Nashville Metropolitan Chief Public Defender Martesha L. Johnson has been named 2022 president of the Nashville Bar Association. The Nashville native has served as assistant public defender for nine years before becoming the first African American and second woman to be elected to her current role, where she has been for three years.

90. EV start-up Nikola settles with US for $125 million -

Electric and hydrogen-powered truck startup Nikola has agreed to a $125 million settlement over charges that it defrauded investors after misleading them about its products, technical advances, and financial prospects.

91. Supply shortages and emboldened workers: A changed economy -

Employees at a fast-food restaurant in Sacramento, California, exasperated over working in stifling heat for low wages, demanded more pay and a new air conditioner — and got both.

Customer orders poured in to an Italian auto supplier, which struggled to get hold of enough supplies of everything from plastic to microchips to meet the demand.

92. Rivian praises Georgia's education system, resources, talent -

ATLANTA (AP) — Rivian Automotive was attracted to Georgia's education system, resources and talent when choosing a site for its $5 billion battery and assembly plant, a company official said Thursday as the project was officially announced.

93. Stocks pull back from records, weighed down by tech, energy -

Stocks pulled back below their recent record levels on Wall Street Monday as the market's momentum slows down following its best week since February.

The S&P 500 fell 0.9%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average also fell 0.9% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq gave up 1.4% Technology, energy and travel-related companies had some of the biggest losses.

94. GM venture picks Michigan for 3rd US-based EV battery plant -

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors and a joint venture partner plan to build an electric vehicle battery factory in Lansing, Michigan, which would be their third such factory in the U.S. The other two sites are Spring Hill, Tennessee, and Detroit-Hamtramck.

95. GM CEO says making ventilators changed the company culture -

DETROIT (AP) — The CEO of General Motors said Thursday that the automaker learned valuable lessons last year when it stepped in to boost emergency production of ventilators to treat severely ill COVID-19 patients.

96. Stellantis wants to outfit cars with AI to drive up revenue -

MILAN (AP) — Carmaker Stellantis announced a strategy Tuesday to embed AI-enabled software in 34 million vehicles across its 14 brands, hoping the tech upgrade will help it bring in 20 billion euros ($22.6 billion) in annual revenue by 2030.

97. Toyota to build $1.3B battery plant near Greensboro, N.C. -

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Toyota is preparing to build a $1.3 billion electric vehicle battery plant near Greensboro, North Carolina, that will employ at least 1,750 people, government officials said Monday.

98. GM cites improved chip supply in raising financial guidance -

DETROIT (AP) — Citing an improved supply of automotive computer chips, General Motors raised its financial guidance on Wednesday and said it expects to return to a normal production rate by the end of next year.

99. GM venture to build North American battery chemical plant -

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is forming a joint venture with Posco Chemical of South Korea to build a North American battery materials plant as it brings more steps in the electric vehicle supply chain under its umbrella.

100. Two added to board overseeing Ford plant site -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally has selected two people for a new government panel that oversees the site where Ford plans to establish a massive electric vehicle and battery complex.