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1. Biden discusses abortion access options with Dem governors -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden told Democratic governors Friday that he is "looking at all the alternatives" for protecting abortion access following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

2. Putin's week: Facing NATO expansion, West's unity on Ukraine -

It has not been an easy week for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

He took his first foreign trip since the invasion of Ukraine to shore up relations with troublesome Central Asian allies. He watched as NATO declared Moscow its main enemy and invited Russia's neighbors Sweden and Finland to join the alliance. And he was forced to deny that his troops had yet again attacked a civilian target in Ukraine.

3. Russian missiles kill at least 19 in Ukraine's Odesa region -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian missile attacks on residential areas in a coastal town near the Ukrainian port city of Odesa early Friday killed at least 19 people, authorities reported, a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island.

4. 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.

5. Biden backs filibuster exception to protect abortion access -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Thursday that he would support an exception to the Senate filibuster to protect abortion access, a shift that comes as Democrats coalesce around an election-year message intended to rally voters who are outraged or deflated by the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

6. Climate concerns grow as US helps Europe replace Russian gas -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amos Hochstein, President Joe Biden's point man for global energy problems, says he knows that transitioning away from the climate-wrecking pollution of fossil fuels is the only way to go. He advocates urgently for renewable energy, for energy-smart thermostats and heat pumps.

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Musicians Corner. Live music, food vendors, local artisans, a children’s area and more in a family friendly environment. Centennial Park. Friday: 5-9 p.m., Saturday: noon-6 p.m. Free. Information

8. Merger vote at Spirit could reshape discount airline market -

DALLAS (AP) — The prospect of a takeover of Spirit Airlines threatens to upend the cheap-fare end of the industry much like a series of mergers among big airlines reduced choices for travelers.

Spirit is the largest budget airline in the United States, but its days as a stand-alone company appear numbered. The big question is whether it is sold to fellow discounter Frontier Airlines or to JetBlue, which operates more like the four giants that dominate the U.S. airline business.

9. Enviros train drone pilots to find and pursue pollution -

POOLESVILLE, Md. (AP) — When environmentalist Brent Walls saw a milky-white substance in a stream flowing through a rural stretch of central Pennsylvania, he suspected the nearby rock mine was violating the law.

10. Jan. 6 takeaways: 'Heated' Trump, Pence's near miss with mob -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection used its latest public hearing on Thursday to focus on the pressure that then-President Donald Trump put on his vice president, Mike Pence, to delay or reject the certification of Joe Biden's election victory on Jan. 6, 2021. The committee is trying to show how that pressure incited a violent mob to lay siege to the Capitol that day.

11. Ukrainians search for 20 missing after Russia strikes mall -

KREMENCHUK, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces battled Wednesday to surround the Ukrainian military's last stronghold in a long-contested eastern province as shock reverberated from a Russian airstrike on a shopping mall that killed at least 18 people in the center of the country a day earlier.

12. The story behind AP report that caused Trump to throw lunch -

NEW YORK (AP) — The news story that reportedly caused former President Donald Trump to throw his lunch against a White House wall came because of an interview that former Attorney General William Barr had arranged with The Associated Press.

13. 1/6 Takeaways: Angry Trump, dire legal warnings and ketchup -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Jan. 6 committee held a surprise hearing Tuesday delivering alarming new testimony about Donald Trump's angry, defiant and vulgar actions as he ignored repeated warnings against summoning the mob to the Capitol and then refused to intervene to stop the deadly violence as rioters laid siege.

14. Instagram, Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may not be able to access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped away constitutional protections for the procedure.

15. Russian missile strike hits crowded shopping mall in Ukraine -

KREMENCHUK, Ukraine (AP) — Russian long-range bombers struck a crowded shopping mall in Ukraine's central city of Kremenchuk with a missile on Monday, raising fears of what President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called an "unimaginable" number of victims in "one of the most daring terrorist attacks in European history."

16. Oil price cap could strike Russia's war chest — if enforced -

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) — Leaders of the world's biggest developed economies are weighing a cap on the price of Russian oil meant to strike at the main pillar of the Kremlin's finances following its invasion of Ukraine — and to limit the havoc that high energy prices are wreaking worldwide.

17. EXPLAINER: G7 provides forum for like-minded democracies -

ELMAU, Germany (AP) — In 1975, leaders of the world's wealthy democracies gathered to deal with an energy crisis sparked by a war and rampant inflation. Those same sore points are bedeviling their successors representing 46% of the global economy at this week's Group of Seven summit, with high consumer and energy prices threatening to trigger recessions in the U.S. and Europe.

18. Russia 'pouring fire' on Ukrainian city as offensive mounts -

SLOVIANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Russia was mounting an all-out assault on the last Ukrainian stronghold in the eastern Luhansk region, "pouring fire" on the city of Lysychansk from the ground and air, the local governor said Monday, as Western leaders met to discuss ways of bolstering support for Kyiv.

19. How Tennessee, other U.S. states have banned, limited, protected abortion -

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that had provided a constitutional right to abortion. Friday's ruling is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states. In anticipation of the decision, several states led by Democrats have taken steps to protect abortion access. The decision also sets up the potential for legal fights between the states over whether providers and those who help women obtain abortions can be sued or prosecuted.

20. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Friday stripped away women's constitutional protections for abortion, a fundamental and deeply personal change for Americans' lives after nearly a half-century under Roe v. Wade. The court's overturning of the landmark court ruling is likely to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.

21. Russians advance on war's front line in eastern Ukraine -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian military extended its grip on territory in eastern Ukraine as it seeks to cut supply lines and encircle frontline Ukrainian forces, while the Ukrainian military announced Thursday the arrival of powerful U.S. multiple-launch rocket systems it hopes will offer a battlefield advantage.

22. WHO considers declaring monkeypox a global health emergency -

LONDON (AP) — As the World Health Organization convenes its emergency committee Thursday to consider if the spiraling outbreak of monkeypox warrants being declared a global emergency, some experts say WHO's decision to act only after the disease spilled into the West could entrench the grotesque inequities that arose between rich and poor countries during the coronavirus pandemic.

23. US boosts monkeypox testing, 142 cases confirmed -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration has started shipping monkeypox tests to commercial laboratories, in a bid to speed diagnoses for suspected infections for the virus that has already infected at least 142 people in the U.S.

24. Ford pledges to work with community near future factory -

BROWNSVILLE (AP) — Ford Motor Co. officials on Tuesday pledged to be good neighbors to those in rural west Tennessee who live near the automaker's planned electric truck factory, a project expected to create thousands of jobs and change the face of the region.

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26. Angry Fans might pass on ’22 Ally 400 -

A year ago, when NASCAR returned top-tier Cup Series racing to the Nashville area for the first time since 1984 with the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway, the race-day experience looked like an easy victory for the track and fans.

27. Biden signs off on hefty pay raise for federal firefighters -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has signed off on giving federal wildland firefighters a hefty raise for the next two fiscal years, a move that affects more than 16,000 firefighters and comes as much of the West braces for a difficult wildfire season.

28. Tennessee wildlife agency names executive director -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's wildlife agency has appointed its interim executive director to serve in the position permanently.

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says Jason Maxedon was picked for the post last week after interviews and a unanimous vote by the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission.

29. No nukes? Ukraine-Russian war will shape world's arsenals -

The headlines on the newsstands in Seoul blared fresh warnings of a possible nuclear test by North Korea.

Out on the sidewalks, 28-year-old office worker Lee Jae Sang already had an opinion about how to respond to North Korea's fast-growing capacity to lob nuclear bombs across borders and oceans.

30. Takeaways from AP interview: Biden on inflation, US psyche -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Thursday sat down with the Associated Press to discuss the state of the economy, his concerns about the national mood, and his commitment to standing up to Russia's aggression in Ukraine.

31. Jan. 6 takeaways: Pence under pressure, and in danger -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee investigating the insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, focused at a public hearing Thursday on the pressure that then-President Donald Trump put on his vice president, Mike Pence, to delay or reject the certification of Joe Biden's election victory. The committee tried to show how that pressure incited an angry mob to lay siege to the Capitol.

32. 1/6 panel: Plan for Pence to reject electors 'nuts,' 'crazy' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's closest advisers viewed his last-ditch efforts to pressure Vice President Mike Pence to reject the tally of state electors and overturn the 2020 election as "nuts," "crazy" and even likely incite riots, witnesses revealed in stark testimony to the Jan. 6 committee on Thursday.

33. Justices dismiss Trump-era immigration case, in a Biden win -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Wednesday it was wrong to wade into a dispute involving a Trump-era immigration rule that the Biden administration has abandoned, so the justices dismissed the case.

34. Biden says US will send $1 billion more in aid to Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Wednesday the U.S. will send an additional $1 billion in military aid to Ukraine, the largest single tranche of weapons and equipment since the war began, in a effort to help stall Russia's slow but steady march to conquer the eastern Donbas region.

35. US abortions rise: 1 in 5 pregnancies terminated in 2020 -

The number and rate of U.S. abortions increased from 2017 to 2020 after a long decline, according to figures released Wednesday.

The report from the Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights, counted more than 930,000 abortions in the U.S. in 2020. That's up from about 862,000 abortions in 2017, when national abortion figures reached their lowest point since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized the procedure nationwide.

36. Election 2022 Takeaways: Big Trump win, Nev. Senate race set -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump notched a significant victory in South Carolina, where his preferred candidate easily ousted five-term Rep. Tom Rice, the first Republican to be booted from office after voting to impeach the former president last year. But another high-profile GOP target of Trump in the state, Rep. Nancy Mace, managed to hold back a challenger.

37. Russia targets ammunitions depot in western Ukraine -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian military said Wednesday that it used long-range missiles to destroy a depot in the western Lviv region of Ukraine where ammunition for NATO-supplied weapons was being stored.

38. NATO defense ministers to discuss weapons for Ukraine -

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO defense ministers attending a two-day meeting starting Wednesday will discuss beefing up weapons supplies to Ukraine, and Sweden and Finland's applications to join the trans-Atlantic military alliance, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.

39. Events -

Chamber East Networking Happy Hour. Join Chamber East Area Advisory Council for a time of networking. Bay 6, The Wash, 1101 McKennie Ave., Nashville. The event is complimentary but pre-registration is requested. Wednesday, 4:30-6 p.m. Information

40. 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.

41. ‘They don’t know my Madison’ -

Sometimes all it takes is a few people to see things not just as they were, but what they could be. To have reverence for the past while guiding growth in the future.

Nancy VanReece is one of those people. She moved to Nashville in 1986 to start her own radio promotion and marketing agency out of college in Texas. Soon she was in publishing, started a small label and sold it to her partners after two years. She then joined the performing rights organization BMI, where she ended up working for 10 years in business and health care licensing.

42. Biden to visit 'pariah' Saudi Arabia and Israel next month -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden confirmed on Tuesday that he will visit Saudi Arabia next month for talks with its leaders, a dramatic change in his stance on the kingdom that he pledged to make a "pariah" as a Democratic candidate for the White House.

43. Tentative Senate gun deal has surprises, and loose ends -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The outline of a bipartisan Senate agreement to rein in gun violence has no game-changing steps banning the deadliest firearms. It does propose measured provisions making it harder for some young gun buyers, or people considered threatening, to have weapons.

44. The battle of Donbas could prove decisive in Ukraine war -

Day after day, Russia is pounding the Donbas region of Ukraine with relentless artillery and air raids, making slow but steady progress to seize the industrial heartland of its neighbor.

With the conflict now in its fourth month, it's a high-stakes campaign that could dictate the course of the entire war.

45. Sriracha hot sauce maker warns of shortage -

IRWINDALE, Calif. (AP) — Bottles of the popular Sriracha hot sauce could be hard to find on store shelves this summer.

Southern California-based Huy Fong Inc., told customers in an email earlier this year that it would suspend sales of its famous spicy sauce over the summer due to a shortage of chili peppers.

46. Ukraine fears a long war might cause West to lose interest -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — As Russia's invasion of Ukraine grinds into its fourth month, officials in Kyiv have expressed fears that the specter of "war fatigue" could erode the West's resolve to help the country push back Moscow's aggression.

47. Biden pushing to lower ocean shipping costs, fight inflation -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden launched a renewed push Thursday to reduce the costs of shipping goods across oceans, a major challenge for retailers that the White House said has pushed up prices as the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

48. More bodies found in Mariupol as global food crisis looms -

BAKHMUT, Ukraine (AP) — Workers pulled scores of bodies from smashed buildings in an "endless caravan of death" inside the devastated city of Mariupol, authorities said Wednesday, while fears of a global food crisis escalated over Ukraine's inability to export millions of tons of grain through its blockaded ports.

49. Smashed buildings in Mariupol produce 'caravan of death' -

BAKHMUT, Ukraine (AP) — The human cost of the war in Ukraine mounted as workers pulled up to 100 bodies from each smashed building in the devastated city of Mariupol — a gruesome effort that one official described as an "endless caravan of death."

50. What we know about Trump's actions as insurrection unfolded -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of the House committee investigating the events of Jan. 6 will hold their first prime-time hearing Thursday to share what they have uncovered about then-President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, which culminated in the deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol. Part of their mission: determining Trump's actions that day.

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53. Events -

Young Leaders Council Information Mixer. Professionals younger than 40 are invited to connect with like-minded leaders who live or work in Williamson County. Meet fellow YPs and hear from Young Leaders Council Alumni about the upcoming Fall Cohort. Young Leaders Council is a 11-week board training program that offers participants the tools needed to serve on a nonprofit board. Williamson, Inc. Offices/Power Room, 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 630, Franklin. Parking: 400 Rush Street. Wednesday, 4-6 p.m. Free. Information

54. Top Davidson County residential sales for May 2022 -

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

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
4509 Harpeth Hills Nashville 37215 5/9 Story House Properties LLC Axe Chelsea; Axe Joshua $7,000,000
6028 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 5/27 Burton Kerri Z; Burton Lucas J Tannehill Jean S; Tannehill Rocky D $4,575,000
1104 Nichol Nashville 37205 5/2 1104 Nichol Lane Trust Coble Edward D; Coble Allie $4,200,000
4300 Iroquois Nashville 37205 5/18 4300 Iroquois Ave Trust Ligon Patricia $4,200,000
6319 Valley Nashville 37205 5/31 Josefsohn Marguerite Landon Dev Group LLC $4,136,424
4317 Wallace Nashville 37215 5/6 ARCF Trust McGilvray Living Trust $4,000,000
201 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 5/10 Afrooz Carmen; King Madding Tongueboy Trust $3,900,000
4310 Sunnybrook Nashville 37205 5/19 McElroy Amanda Coulter; Moore William Winfred III Roberts Richardson M $3,899,000
100 Bellevue Nashville 37205 5/19 Kimberly W Dey Revocable Trust Chandelier Dev Inc $3,750,000
6105 Gardendale Nashville 37215 5/10 Phoenix Revocable Trust L A Green Trust Agreement $3,600,000
905 Cantrell Nashville 37215 5/2 Cantrell Holdings LLC 8Gco Revocable Living Trust $3,550,000
4619 Belmont Park Nashville 37215 5/16 Smith Revocable Living Trust Volpar Inc $3,500,000
4626 Benton Smith Nashville 37215 5/16 Barbic Danielle; Barbic Garrett Gewant Alexandra; Gewant David $3,500,000
6261 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 5/6 Jacobson Ashley Taylor; Jacobson Nicholas Jacobson Harry $3,325,000
3903 Kimpalong Nashville 37205 5/2 Moats Edwin Andrew; Moats Shelley Hammond & Brandt Builders LLC $3,325,000
1 Strawberry Nashville 37215 5/16 Ligon Patricia H 1 Strawberry Hill Trust $3,300,000
4511 Beacon Nashville 37215 5/17 Be Family Trust Brite Solutions Inc $3,250,000
4012 Estes Nashville 37215 5/25 Gallagher John Patrick; Gallagher Lindsay Newton Jbt Const LLC; Ox Bear & Hawk Capital Part LLLP $3,200,000
837 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 5/31 Garvin Brandon; Garvin Jessica Higginbotham Dianne; Higginbotham Henry $2,925,000
136 Alton Nashville 37205 5/17 Dalba Gregory; Dalba Jennifer 136 Alton LLC $2,903,530
160 2nd Nashville 37201 5/24 R&R Properties of TN LLC 151 Nashville Project Lp $2,840,000
36 Northumberland Nashville 37215 5/16 Franklin Land Co LLC Kane Michael J; Kane Susan J $2,822,500
1103 Nichol Nashville 37205 5/31 David Lawrence Weinstein Revocable Living Trust; Sarah Jane Weinstein Revocable Living Trust Dressler Christine F; Dressler Paul B $2,600,000
1903 Beechwood Nashville 37212 5/2 Howard J & Angela M Doherty Revocable Family Trust LH2 Inv LLC $2,555,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 5/11 Future Four Him LLC Kelley Greg; Kelley Vicky $2,525,000
2329 Golf Club Nashville 37215 5/20 Alexander Louise S; Alexander William H Golf Club Lane Trust $2,500,000
2011 Overhill Nashville 37215 5/31 Neyman Val Maddalena Michael $2,500,000
924 Gilmore Nashville 37204 5/24 Luxury Line LLC McKay Kevin H; McKay Laura L $2,450,000
10 Old Club Nashville 37215 5/6 Bannen Thomas S Adelynn S Perry Revocable Trust; Adelynn S Perry Four-Year Qualified Personal Residence Trust $2,400,000
6 Strawberry Nashville 37215 5/18 Naslund Carole; Naslund Thomas C Millsopp Theresa Y $2,400,000
166 Vaughns Gap Nashville 37205 5/17 Vigliano David Steele Britt; Venuta Paolo Fabrizio $2,300,000
6302 Jocelyn Hollow Nashville 37205 5/23 Boyd Quentine Timothy; Boyd Vickie W; Leathers Meredith B; Leathers Robert Alexander Martin Family Trust $2,250,000
6520 Radcliff Nashville 37221 5/6 Davis Patricia H; Davis Thomas McUIlwaine Pierce Carol A; Pierce Richard C $2,250,000
3415 Hopkins Nashville 37215 5/26 Edwards Margaret E Moats Edwin Andy; Moats Shelley $2,225,000
5924 Sedberry Nashville 37205 5/4 David E Coe Revocable Trust; Ruben P Simpliciano Revocable Trust Mepham Hampden D IV; Mepham Katherine Hughes; Montgomery Kevin D $2,150,000
108 Taggart Nashville 37205 5/13 Dewees Leslie A; Smith Austin M Emerson Brian R; Emerson Megan S $2,100,000
102 West End Close Nashville 37205 5/11 Boyle Enterprises TN 01 LLC; Boyle Enterprises TN 02 LLC Holmer Dale A; Holmer Willa B $2,100,000
1117 White Mountain Antioch 37013 5/19 Giannini Family Trust Chargerco Properties LLC $2,100,000
117A 46th Nashville 37209 5/26 McCarter Gilbert W Kanan Joseph $2,070,000
108 Gilman Nashville 37205 5/19 Ward Bryan Charles Harrington Robert B $2,045,000
911 Montrose Nashville 37204 5/17 McConville Maeve E; Pirkl Rita M Marsh Heather V; Marsh Richard L Jr $2,000,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/3 Patel Parag R 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,940,000
1014 Argyle Nashville 37203 5/11 Ganjoo Priyanka; Zhou Yinian Nicol Porter Joseph D $1,925,000
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 5/31 Berry Jeffrey; Berry Katherine 4117 Lone Oak Rd Part LLC $1,925,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/3 Hall Bethanne Lynn; Hall Francis Gregory 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,910,000
3713 Whitland Nashville 37205 5/24 Living Trust Of Edwin & Marie Kirkland Bell Gardner; Tipps Jean Anne $1,900,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/16 George & Filippone Family Trust 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,880,000
2000 Ashwood Nashville 37212 5/2 Pierce Jacquelyn Marie; Pierce William Clayton Patrick Dawn G $1,850,000
4011 Graybar Nashville 37215 5/10 Novick Daniel M; Novick Inna Graymont Dev LLC $1,850,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/19 Aminmadani Shareef; Aminmadani Desiree Vasquez 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,828,000
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 5/10 Zuckerwise Leslie; Zuckerwise Peter 4117 Lone Oak Rd Part LLC $1,825,000
1128 Radnor Glen Brentwood 37027 5/23 Werthan Anthony; Werthan Cathy Keyser John E III; Keyser Lisa Danette $1,800,000
824 Watts Nashville 37209 5/18 HR Investments LLC Meadows Diana Gayle; Meadows Diane Gayle; Meadows Melvin $1,800,000
5200 Idaho Nashville 37209 5/20 Idaho Ave Land Trust Hartz Mary Joe; Luehrsen Paul J; Luehrsen Saralyn W $1,780,000
217 38th Nashville 37209 5/19 Mehta Rekha Chandra Pitts Revocable Living Trust $1,730,000
29 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 5/12 Nuccio Family Trust Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,700,000
5313 Nevada Nashville 37209 5/24 Fiore Joseph R; Fiore Taylor Michelle Culligan Emmett Hughes; Culligan Sara Smith $1,700,000
931 Caldwell Nashville 37204 5/9 ECMC LLC Anna Ley Ingraham Living Trust $1,700,000
439 Grayson Nashville 37205 5/25 Bright Margaret S Quick Joseph Shane; Quick Laura Lee $1,650,000
2114 Sunset Nashville 37212 5/12 Grace Holdings Trust Eakin William Tolbert $1,650,000
4390 Shys Hill Nashville 37215 5/31 Halcomb-Huang Family Trust Durham Kenneth Ray; Durham Nancy Magnusson $1,640,000
1810 Primrose Nashville 37212 5/18 Krassow Eric D; Krassow Lauren Harrell Vago David R; Vago Sonia Matwin $1,630,000
5402 Michigan Nashville 37209 5/31 Jones Ronald Coleman Williams Gerald $1,625,000
3341 Love Nashville 37212 5/18 Norman Lisa May Ling; Norman Michael John Vigliano David $1,620,000
946A Glendale Nashville 37204 5/2 Burnham Cory; Rash Emily Hey Dolly Tennessee Tenancy By The Entirety Trust $1,600,000
4416 Lealand Nashville 37204 5/19 Nolden Mark T Trustee Darsinos Bill $1,600,000
1301 Graybar Nashville 37215 5/26 Hammond Emily D; Hammond M Paul Jr Bell Leighton Alexander Executor; Bell Vereen M Estate $1,600,000
6102 Hickory Valley Nashville 37205 5/18 Porras Juan Ignacio; Porras Lauren Prats Cohen Norman L $1,600,000
1506 Grandview Nashville 37215 5/17 Hughes Caitlin; Hughes James Webber Webber & Shorey Dev $1,600,000
522 Hobbs Creek Nashville 37215 5/12 Holt Jonathan E Haury & Smith Cont Inc $1,600,000
503 Huckleberry Nashville 37205 5/26 Smith Daniel Gregg; Smith Ellen Lucille Rich Bennett George; Bennett Karina $1,580,100
1701 Shackleford Nashville 37215 5/10 Weinberg Joseph Chris; Weinberg Roxanne Rickels Helm Jenifer Leigh; Helm Jonathan Webb $1,572,535
4000 Skyline Nashville 37215 5/20 Babineau Mark Ruf Grace Rodgers Beall $1,570,000
2020 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 5/10 Moore Lindsay; Moore William Bryant Denise Anne; Bryant Jeffrey C; Rosenthal Kate $1,570,000
160 2nd Nashville 37201 5/6 Chelsea Tennessee LLC 151 Nashville Project Lp $1,565,000
1800 Eastside Nashville 37206 5/4 Garske Kassandra Ann; Yriart Matthew Ryan Mindful Home Solutions II LLC $1,550,000
6008 Elizabethan Nashville 37205 5/17 MacCauley John Chng Lai Chong; Chng Margaret K B $1,525,000
512 Monroe Nashville 37208 5/2 Locke Colleen; Locke Kevin John Prine Family Trust; Fiona Whelan Prine Trust $1,525,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 5/31 Sims-Lohman Holding LLC Sohr Austin $1,520,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/26 Nashville Crib LLC Galdyn Izabela; Solomon Jason $1,500,000
808 Foster Nashville 37215 5/31 Voigt John R; Voigt Mary N Robert & Dean Reeves Living Trust; Revocable Trust Agreement Of Robert L Reeves And Dean Gillespie Reeves $1,500,000
3401 Lealand Nashville 37204 5/17 Phillips Brittany; Phillips Charles Larry Coleman Christopher; Williams Holly A $1,480,000
4706 Nebraska Nashville 37209 5/27 Maddies Manor Trust Fairchild Brandi C; Fairchild Kevin S $1,475,000
3610C West End Nashville 37205 5/23 Clarke Matthew; Clarke Susan Cain Roy M; Cain Ryan M $1,462,500
3003 Lakeshore Old Hickory 37138 5/16 Ervin Cole Eberlei Beverly S; Eberlei Richard K Sr $1,427,000
117 Woodmont Nashville 37205 5/18 Shm Holdings LLC Worley Kevin James $1,400,000
4003 Nevada Nashville 37209 5/4 Sullivan Amy; Sullivan John Build Nashville LLC $1,395,943
6116 Melbourne Nashville 37215 5/20 Johnson McGavock M Wills James Baird $1,380,000
923 Douglas Nashville 37206 5/20 Polcer Colleen M; Polcer James A III Ak Property Inc $1,375,000
113 Ransom Nashville 37205 5/11 Crawford Alison Chu; Ferguson Justin Scott Rula John; Walker Benjamin J; Walker Jamie $1,375,000
902 12th Nashville 37206 5/11 Heumann Thatcher; Paul Elite Southern Spaces LLC $1,358,000
4102 Kimbark Nashville 37215 5/18 Lindheim Jaryd Bret; Roberts Carey C Billings Michael Alexander; Robinson Mika $1,350,000
2913 Wellesley Nashville 37215 5/9 Smartt Amy Frances Decamp Robert E $1,350,000
300 54th Nashville 37209 5/16 Bonino Angela; Bonino Christopher Buyer Accepted LLC $1,329,650
4314 Estes Nashville 37215 5/11 Kaplan Ventures LLC Equity Trust Co Custodian; Brandon Kirby Jenkins Sep Ira; Caroline Crews Jenkins Sep Ira $1,315,000
910 Gale Nashville 37204 5/17 Marini Arthur A; Marini Joy Goodman Tommie; Goodman William III $1,311,000
905 Lawrence Old Hickory 37138 5/13 Pmc Usa Corp Mullens Colleen $1,300,000
9581 Highway 96 Franklin 37064 5/4 Michael & Deborah Alfaro Living Trust Debray Charles; Debray Frances $1,300,000
6743 Pennywell Nashville 37205 5/18 Jeter Blake; Jeter Molly Rearranging Spaces LLC $1,300,000
1541B Battlefield Nashville 37215 5/3 Furyk James; Furyk Tabitha Best Built Const Inc $1,300,000
717 Old Hickory Brentwood 37027 5/5 717 Old Hickory LLC Eagle Brentwood LLC $1,300,000
20 Rutledge Nashville 37210 5/11 Francine Ehrlich Revocable Trust Diehl Jason; Stevens Kristin; Diehl Thomas $1,300,000
8235 Old Springfield Gdlttsvlle 37072 5/4 Laine Susan Pemerton Deborah K; Pemerton James R $1,299,999
3909 Trimble Nashville 37215 5/12 Campbell Alice Bertie Foster Shriver Revocable Living Trust $1,295,000
925 Halcyon Nashville 37204 5/16 Reese Lauren; Reese Michael Brown Amanda N; Brown Andrew T $1,285,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/31 McCormick Martha; Mukherji Ashoke 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,269,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/16 Strand Gene 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,254,000
2206 11th Nashville 37204 5/31 Orion International LLC Michael And Lauren Reese Living Trust $1,250,000
814A Dewees Nashville 37204 5/27 Kriksciun Timothy; Kriksciun Tricia Blum Ludie Lou Holdings LLC; Rxr LLC $1,250,000
1541B Battlefield Nashville 37215 5/5 Cousins Brian Nicholas; Pizans Nina Marie Best Built Const Inc $1,240,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/3 Hidden Meaning LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,239,000
1702 5th Nashville 37208 5/24 Mason Morgan Creason James B; Creason Jeremy $1,225,000
33 Erwin Nashville 37205 5/20 Merriman Gregory E; Merriman Tammy D Weiss Julia E; Weiss Kenneth W $1,225,000
1738 Lebanon Nashville 37210 5/12 Rsd 1736-38 Lebanon Pike LLC Adler Kenneth J $1,225,000
2800 Torbett Nashville 37209 5/26 2800 Torbett LLC Prime Nashville LLC $1,200,000
1719 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 5/9 Saoud Joseph Dibble Rachel; Dibble Tim $1,200,000
2401 Hemingway Nashville 37215 5/18 Scruggs Homes Gp Hallemann Terry L $1,200,000
1618 Stokes Nashville 37215 5/31 Watson Catherine; Watson Tyler Hull Michael $1,200,000
2713 Craig Nashville 37204 5/24 Colony Chad Gerdes Jodi D $1,200,000
5929 Ashland Nashville 37215 5/19 Ashland Hills LLC Lexington Paris Trust $1,200,000
914 Acklen Nashville 37203 5/2 Comfort Margaret Louise; Pickett Jerry Simpson Gregory P; Simpson Rebecca $1,194,500
515 Church Nashville 37219 5/4 Burkart Jeffery D; Jb Investments Cline Stephen D $1,190,000
2612 Linden Nashville 37212 5/9 Clayton Daniel L; Clayton Stacy Clark Carolina W; Clark Daniel E $1,175,000
939 South Nashville 37203 5/19 Lapierre Brian Lawrence; Lapierre Shannon Leigh Newman John Randall; Newman Lisa; Newman W R Jr $1,175,000
102 39th Nashville 37209 5/11 Garrison Thomas Huber Andrew F; Huber Joy $1,165,000
6517 Windy Hill Brentwood 37027 5/19 Farmer Inv Services Trust; Pursuit Happiness Inv Svcs Trust Michael K Horvath And Patricia J Horvath Living Trust $1,161,000
122 Brighton Close Nashville 37205 5/24 Garrison Shari L; Garrison W Lewis Jr Dorothy M Haber Qualified Personal Residence Trust; Komisar David; Komisar Steven; Powers Patsy Komisar; Stamey Ashley Haber $1,152,500
3511 Woodmont Nashville 37215 5/9 Pinkerton Benjamin John; Pinkerton Deanna Soria Amaro Emilie Jeanne; Zoldos Emilie Amaro; Zoldos Michael Kristofer $1,150,000
610 Russell Nashville 37206 5/31 Moure Ainoa; Wright John Russell Bison Properties LLC $1,150,000
3508 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 5/13 Clark Ellen Hamilton Patel Erica Carrier; Patel Sachin $1,150,000
1303 Woodland Nashville 37206 5/16 Cox Joseph; Cox Lindsey Raja Properties LLC $1,150,000
20 Rutledge Nashville 37210 5/6 Keswani Leila; Keswani Siddharth Agee John; Young Laurie $1,150,000
1125 Glendale Nashville 37204 5/27 Wisniewski Gary Bell Robert; Loveless Marilyn; Ware Annella; Bell Bob; Loveless Marilyn Bell; Ware Annella Bell $1,146,200
3912 Murphy Nashville 37209 5/18 Allison Peter Renton; Farnham-Dunham Jill Clark Ellen H $1,125,000
5181 Regent Nashville 37220 5/17 Catalano Haley Frazier; Catalano Robert M&F Prop LLC $1,125,000
1228 Battlefield Nashville 37215 5/5 Broadwest LLC Payne Lauren L; Payne Richard A $1,125,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/9 Pm Halt LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,117,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/25 Jonathan C Hilsabeck Revocable Trust 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,112,000
68 Revere Nashville 37205 5/4 Foote Lisa Bass Bell Sam Davis III; Wilson Paula Ridley Estate $1,100,000
1701 5th Nashville 37208 5/23 Gopalakrishnan Rajai Karthik Tiruvarur; Johar Zeena Monkeyland LLC $1,100,000
705 Georgetown Nashville 37205 5/24 Bivens Shaun Broz Cheryl; Sigler John $1,100,000
6316 Chickering Woods Nashville 37215 5/5 Mao/Wang Family Trust Stommel Revocable Living Trust $1,100,000
1605 Eastside Nashville 37206 5/2 Jordan Gigi; Twomey John F Alvis Jacquelyn Therese; Faulk Brian Lee $1,100,000
6224 Williams Grove Brentwood 37027 5/26 Ring Barton; Ring Jennifer Crutcher Bryan Timothy; Crutcher Rebecca $1,100,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/9 MF Enterprises LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,098,230
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/18 Solomon Jason 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,097,000
3505 Woodmont Nashville 37215 5/10 Parker Chase; Parker Faulkner Mazey Andrew Bennett; Mazey Caroline Gregory $1,090,000
1103 13th Nashville 37212 5/12 Seward Hills LLC Hsu Michael; Hsu Michelle; Kuo Tiffany Wu $1,090,000
902 Caruthers Nashville 37204 5/24 Frano Jonathan; Friedman Sally Brand Flook Elizabeth Ann; Flook Ryan Christopher; Hale Elizabeth A; Hale Elizabeth Ann $1,075,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/23 Mishra Pradip; Nawathe Chandrakanta 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,055,600
309 Dillehay Nashville 37211 5/19 Bundy Amanda; Bundy Jameson Bui Cathy $1,050,000
2504 Vaulx Nashville 37204 5/25 Kraft Brian Rabi Ahmad M $1,050,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/16 Rtr Events LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,040,375
3106 Trevor Nashville 37209 5/12 Vereen Kenneth D Trevor Street Dev LLC $1,035,000
2462 Eastland Nashville 37206 5/24 Brennan Kaitlyn Anne Boyd Meredith Brown; Boyd Stephen C $1,030,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/10 Peterson Eric; Peterson Miranda 1600 West End Ave LLC $1,030,000
2310 Cisco Nashville 37204 5/11 Hochen Properties LLC Pickens Jennie; Pickens Patrick L $1,028,000
110 31st Nashville 37203 5/25 Lichstein Betty; Lichstein Kenneth Powers Lisa $1,025,000
2216 Castleman Nashville 37215 5/23 Aar Jer Property Trust 101 Abernathy Irvin Douglass; Abernathy William Dale $1,000,000
642 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 5/3 Hunt Ryan P Memphis Inv Prop III $1,000,000
5405 Wakefield Nashville 37220 5/19 Rumans Laura E; Rumans Todd Mark Whitaker Dustin; Whitaker Kristin $1,000,000
509 Acklen Park Nashville 37205 5/23 Boyle Enterprises TN 01 LLC; Boyle Enterprises TN 02 LLC Karro Bradley S; Karro Harriet G $1,000,000
1311 Little Hamilton Nashville 37203 5/26 Augustus Jaclyn Bear Adrianne E; Bear Ryan C; Rasche Andrianne E $1,000,000
207 Haverford Nashville 37205 5/26 Hr Properties of TN Ostrowski Susan $1,000,000
4410 Estes Nashville 37215 5/24 4410 Estes Road LLC Hubbell Kathy P; Hubbell Steven John $999,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/23 Goodman Tommie E; Goodman William F III 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $994,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/16 AJ Nissia LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $993,685
1355 Burton Valley Nashville 37215 5/19 Diverse Ventures LLC Shepherd David R Executor; Shepherd Miriam C Estate $990,000
1407 Harding Nashville 37215 5/24 KE Holdings LLC Dysart William O $985,000
2019 Hackberry Nashville 37206 5/25 Simon Laura; Simon Matthew Polcer Colleen M; Polcer James A III $980,000
3122 Trevor Nashville 37209 5/12 Hayes Jonathan Craft Jr Ymz Part LLC $979,020
5104 Dakota Nashville 37209 5/12 Wing Suzanne Reavis Pearce Michelle C $976,000
2132 Blair Nashville 37212 5/24 Clark Carl D II Lois Wagner & Barbara Lonardi Living Trust $975,000
412 Garfield Nashville 37208 5/9 Hooper Austin Manuel Yriart Matthew Ryan $975,000
105 Brookfield Nashville 37205 5/9 Lanford Tate; Ralph Molly Joseph C Davis LLC $975,000
970 Youngs Nashville 37207 5/25 Two Js LLC Raines Ginger M; Raines James B $975,000
808 Boscobel Nashville 37206 5/10 Eddmenson Andrew Gennaoui Daniel G; Sanlorenzo Lauren A $975,000
918 Russell Nashville 37206 5/31 Meyer Martel; Meyer Sarah Carlston Barbara; Carlston Richard $960,000
2623 Barclay Nashville 37206 5/3 Chaney Caleb A; Newgarden Josephine J Iannone Anthony Joseph $959,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/23 Doty Jennifer; Doty Terry A 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $952,000
1516A Corder Nashville 37206 5/3 Kaur Snehjot; Singh Gurpreet Berrier Alicia; Berrier Patrick $952,000
301 Demonbreun Nashville 37201 5/18 Stevenson Maura A; Klingler Keith E Sautner Steve; Sautner Kimberley $952,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/25 Crafton Eric W; Crafton Miiko 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $951,055
1204 Alfred Nashville 37205 5/23 Tutaj Kimberly Stevenon; Tutaj Mark Andrew; Stevenon Community Property Trust Windsor Homes LLC $950,000
300 Edith Nashville 37207 5/12 Richardson Gregory Chase Taylormade Contracting LLC $950,000
962 Youngs Nashville 37207 5/11 Reid John Taylor Up Infinite LLC $950,000
615 Belle Meade Nashville 37205 5/16 Jeanne C Varin Living Trust Marvin T Runyon Marital Trust Qtip Share $950,000
4707 Dakota Nashville 37209 5/17 Lindsay Ellen Christine Ledoux Lisa E $950,000
4606 Benton Smith Nashville 37215 5/16 Douglas Nashville Inv LLC Hensley Group LLC $950,000
1200 Grandview Nashville 37215 5/9 Braman David; Braman Elizabeth Joy J Slawek Separate Property Trust $940,000
4405 Hunt Nashville 37215 5/12 Build Nashville LLC McCracken Dorothy Jean; Testamentary Trust Of Harris Whitfield McCracken; McCracken Ralph W $940,000
628 Cherry Glen Nashville 37215 5/5 Zeigler Richard Kimball Hirsch Ashley M; Hirsch Dov Z $940,000
2414A Chapman Nashville 37206 5/2 Lyons Jonathan C; Walker Allison Cothran Timothy Blake; Woods George R Jr $929,900
224 Harding Nashville 37205 5/27 Coleman Christopher G; Williams Holly A Griffin Family Trust $929,000
407 Moore Nashville 37203 5/3 Montague Benjamin J; Montague Lianne K 409 Moore LLC $927,300
2142 24th Nashville 37208 5/31 Rudolph Maria Jb Holdings Gp $926,000
522 Radnor Nashville 37211 5/26 Hamner Sarah Roberts Chad $926,000
3500 Hopkins Nashville 37215 5/10 Haley Julie; Haley Robert Wilson Marsha Wise; Wilson Milton E $925,000
1408 61ST Nashville 37209 5/20 Dryden Stephen Elliott Dev LLC $925,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 5/9 Martin J Adam Jr; Martin Tera 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $922,000
763 Rodney Nashville 37205 5/2 Yenamandra Teja Holdren David S; Rafoth Ryan; Balmer Freyja $921,000
2045 24th Nashville 37212 5/9 Tinch Brian Terry Hinman Tara $920,000
5047 John Hager Hermitage 37076 5/13 Lux Dev Group LLC Hagar Roy; Hagar Steve; Hagar William; Putty Barbara; Tyson Betty $918,480
119 Haverford Nashville 37205 5/5 Lee Joint Revocable Trust Dempsey Ann; Dempsey Gary $917,500
3734 Baxter Nashville 37216 5/26 Glenn-Nancarrow Family Trust; Nancarrow Graham T Due South LLC $916,000
4507 Nevada Nashville 37209 5/10 Norman John Obrien Carter Carole H $916,000
947 Gale Nashville 37204 5/6 Middleton Tyler Hull Michael T $910,000
2122 24th Nashville 37208 5/31 Rudolph Maria Boles Laura Beth $910,000
601 Banbury Brentwood 37027 5/2 Yilmaz Yildirim Ballard Alan; Ballard Susan $910,000
5591 Hill Brentwood 37027 5/27 Cooper Brian; Cooper Lynne Hamlin Daisy M; Hamlin Ronald G $904,500
554 Rosedale Nashville 37211 5/18 Viking Dev LLC Bennett Edwin M; Oconnell Maura $901,888
921 Warren Nashville 37208 5/4 Robinson Jeffrey Heath Keith $900,000
117 Valeria Nashville 37210 5/31 Crump Charles; Cochran Beatrice Hager Jonathan; Hager Natalie $900,000
148 Kenner Nashville 37205 5/10 Sanford Edward G; Sanford Owen G W Waid Taylor E $900,000
2432B Chapman Nashville 37206 5/11 Knapp Kelsi Marie; Mellin Ethan Gabreil Stewart Sara B; Stewart Tad Hunter $900,000

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55. $1,730 per month for 1-bedroom apartment -

The online listing for a two-bedroom, two-bath condo in Green Hills went up on a Thursday, complete with plenty of color photos, even though it won’t be available until September.

Two days later, Tamara Graham was sorting through more than 50 responses, including some from out-of-towners willing to rent sight unseen.

56. Russia claims advances in Ukraine amid barrages, troop boost -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia claimed Tuesday it has occupied large swaths of eastern Ukraine after a relentless, weekslong barrage and the recent deployment of more troops.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Moscow's forces have control of 97% of the Luhansk region.

57. Proud Boys documentarian to be among first Jan. 6 witnesses -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol insurrection is expected to focus part of its first hearing Thursday on far-right extremists who broke into the building that day, with testimony from a documentary filmmaker who recorded the riot and a Capitol Police officer who was one of the first people injured in the attack.

58. Russia hits Kyiv with missiles; Putin warns West on arms -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia took aim Sunday at Western military supplies for Ukraine, launching airstrikes on Kyiv that it claimed destroyed tanks donated from abroad, as Vladimir Putin warned that any Western deliveries of longer-range rocket systems would prompt Moscow to hit "objects that we haven't yet struck."

59. Trump's Ukraine impeachment shadows war, risks GOP response -

WASHINGTON (AP) — When President Donald Trump was impeached in late 2019 after pressuring Ukraine's leader for "a favor," all while withholding $400 million in military aid to help confront Russian-backed separatists, even the staunchest defense hawks in the Republican Party stood virtually united by Trump's side.

60. Digital currencies flow to campaigns, but state rules vary -

For congressional candidate Shrina Kurani, cryptocurrency is not only the future of money, it's a transformative technology that could revolutionize campaign funding and attract a new generation of voters.

61. SEC approves future schedules for basketball, not football -

DESTIN, Fla. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference approved future regular-season schedules and postseason formats for six sports — just not football — to conclude its annual league meetings Friday.

SEC presidents and chancellors reached an agreement on schedules for men's basketball, women's basketball, soccer, men's tennis, women's tennis and softball to accommodate the addition of Oklahoma and Texas beginning in the 2025-26 athletic year.

62. Russia may be in Ukraine to stay after 100 days of war -

When Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine in late February, the Russian president vowed his forces would not occupy the neighboring country. But as the invasion reached its 100th day Friday, Russia seemed increasingly unlikely to relinquish the territory it has taken in the war.

63. 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.

64. Red-hot summer job market awaits US teens as employers sweat -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mary Jane Riva, CEO of the Pizza Factory, has a cautionary message for her customers this summer: Prepare to wait longer for your Hawaiian pie or calzone.

The Pizza Factory's 100 West Coast locations are desperately short of workers. With about 12 employees per store, they're barely half-staffed — just when many more Americans are venturing out to restaurant chains like hers.

65. UK pledges missiles to Ukraine; new US ambassador in Kyiv -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Britain pledged Thursday to send sophisticated medium-range rocket systems to Ukraine, joining the United States and Germany in equipping the embattled nation with advanced weapons for shooting down aircraft and knocking out artillery.

66. It just means more: SEC weighs expanding conference schedule -

DESTIN, Fla. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference's slogan, "It just means more," could soon refer to the number of football games the league schedules.

SEC coaches and athletic directors have been meeting this week at a resort on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Atop the agenda is whether the conference schedule should expand from eight to nine games when the league itself grows from 14 to 16 teams with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma.

67. 'Completely out of the game' -

Buying a home in Middle Tennessee these days is, shall we say, challenging.

Boatloads of buyers with cold, hard cash are making multiple offers on the relatively few homes for sale. Behind them are relatively affluent two-income families that still have to go through the mortgage loan process.

68. China's Russia dealings irk US, but don't breach sanctions -

BEIJING (AP) — China's support for Russia through oil and gas purchases is irking Washington and raising the risk of U.S. retaliation, foreign observers say, though they see no sign Beijing is helping Moscow evade sanctions over its war on Ukraine.

69. Germany's Scholz seeks broad alliance to curb inflation -

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday he wants to join employers and labor unions in a "concerted action" to find ways of cushioning the effects of rising prices while preventing a spiral of inflation in Europe's biggest economy.

70. Biden says US sending medium-range rocket systems to Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration says it will send Ukraine a small number of high-tech, medium-range rocket systems, a critical weapon that Ukrainian leaders have been begging for as they struggle to stall Russian progress in the Donbas region.

71. West promises Ukraine more, better arms to fend off Russia -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Western nations promised more and more advanced arms to bolster Ukraine's defense as its troops battled a grinding Russian offensive that was closing in on capturing a key city in the east.

72. In big bid to punish Moscow, EU bans most Russia oil imports -

BRUSSELS (AP) — In the most significant effort yet to punish Russia for its war in Ukraine, the European Union agreed to ban the overwhelming majority of Russian oil imports after tense negotiations that exposed the cracks in European unity.

73. Sievierodonetsk mayor says Russian forces seize half of city -

SLOVIANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces in a "frenzied push" have seized half of the eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk that is key to Moscow's efforts to quickly complete the capture of the industrial Donbas region, the mayor told The Associated Press on Tuesday.

74. Russia slams sanctions, seeks to blame West for food crisis -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Moscow pressed the West on Thursday to lift sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine, seeking to shift the blame for a growing food crisis that has been worsened by Kyiv's inability to ship millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products while under attack.

75. 'Relentless': Russia squeezes Ukrainian strongholds in east -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces on Friday pounded the last Ukrainian strongholds in a separatist-controlled eastern province of Ukraine, including a city where authorities said 1,500 people have been killed and 60% of residential buildings destroyed since the start of the war.

76. West mulls having Russian oligarchs buy way out of sanctions -

BERLIN (AP) — Western allies are considering whether to allow Russian oligarchs to buy their way out of sanctions and using the money to rebuild Ukraine, according to government officials familiar with the matter.

77. Russia takes steps to bolster army, tighten grip on Ukraine -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin issued an order Wednesday to fast track Russian citizenship for residents of parts of southern Ukraine largely held by his forces, while lawmakers in Moscow passed a bill to strengthen the stretched Russian army.

78. As Ukraine war grinds, world pushes for way to get grain out -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia pressed Thursday for the West to lift sanctions imposed because of its war in Ukraine, claiming without proof that the punitive measures are preventing millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products from leaving Ukrainian ports, exacerbating a global food crisis.

79. Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains -

Ko Im always thought she would live in New York forever. She knew every corner of Manhattan and had worked hard to build a community of friends. Living in a small apartment, she found her attitude shifting early in the pandemic. After her brother accepted a job in Seattle in the summer of 2020, she decided to move there too.

80. Will Congress act on guns after Sandy Hook, Buffalo, Uvalde? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer swiftly set in motion a pair of background-check bills for gun buyers Wednesday in response to the school massacre in Texas. But the Democrat acknowledged Congress' unyielding rejection of previous legislation to curb the national epidemic of gun violence.

81. Events -

Member Connect Leads Exchange. Connect with fellow members while gaining exposure for your business. This is a facilitated, small-group networking opportunity allowing each attendee to talk about their business. One representative per company each month. Williamson, Inc. Power Room, 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 630, Franklin. Parking: 4000 Rush Street. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fee: free. Option 2: Afternoon session, Wednesday, 3:30-5 p.m. Information

82. Tentative $161.5M settlement reached in WVa opioid trial -

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Attorneys for the state of West Virginia and two remaining pharmaceutical manufacturers have reached a tentative $161.5 million settlement just as closing arguments were set to begin in a seven-week trial over the opioid epidemic, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Wednesday.

83. Biden says 'we have to act' after Texas school shooting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lamenting a uniquely American tragedy, an anguished and angry President Joe Biden delivered an urgent call for new restrictions on firearms after a gunman shot and killed at least 19 children at a Texas elementary school.

84. Ford pays $19M to settle claims on fuel economy, payload -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Ford Motor Company on Tuesday settled claims by 40 U.S. state attorneys general that the company made misleading claims about the fuel economy and payload capacity of some of its vehicles, violating state consumer protection laws.

85. Capitol rioter draped in Confederate flag gets 33 months -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Maryland man who was draped in a Confederate flag when he stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, was sentenced Monday to 33 months in prison for assaulting police officers and obstructing an official proceeding during the mob's attack.

86. Search for Supreme Court leaker falls to former Army colonel -

WASHINGTON (AP) — When Gail Curley began her job as Marshal of the U.S. Supreme Court less than a year ago, she would have expected to work mostly behind the scenes: overseeing the court's police force and the operations of the marble-columned building where the justices work.

87. 200 bodies found in Mariupol as war rages in Ukraine's east -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Workers digging through rubble found 200 bodies in Mariupol, Ukrainian authorities said Tuesday, another grim discovery in the ruined port city that has seen some of the worst suffering of the 3-month-old war.

88. After 3 months, Russia still bogged down in Ukraine war -

When Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it had hoped to overtake the country in a blitz lasting only days or a few weeks. Many Western analysts thought so, too.

As the conflict marked its third month Tuesday, however, Moscow appears to be bogged down in what increasingly looks like a war of attrition, with no end in sight and few successes on the battlefield.

89. 'They ruined everything': Fleeing the devastation in Ukraine -

POKROVSK, Ukraine (AP) — Houses on fire. Artillery blasting through thick apartment walls. People hiding in basements without electricity, water or gas as their towns are pulverized above them.

In shock, sometimes fighting off tears, civilians fleeing areas near the eastern front in the war in Ukraine described scenes of devastation as their towns and villages came under sustained attack from Russian forces.

90. Russian sentenced to life in Ukraine's 1st war crimes trial -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A Ukrainian court sentenced a 21-year-old Russian soldier to life in prison Monday for killing a civilian, sealing the first conviction for war crimes since Moscow's invasion three months ago.

91. Hyundai announces $5.5B electric vehicle plant in Georgia -

ELLABELL, Ga. (AP) — Hyundai Motor Group confirmed Friday the company will spend $5.5 billion on a huge electric vehicle plant near Savannah that will employ thousands — a deal Georgia's governor called the largest economic development project in the state's history.

92. House approves bill to take aim at gasoline 'price gouging' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A closely divided House approved legislation Thursday to crack down on alleged price gouging by oil companies and other energy producers as prices at the pump continue to soar.

A bill backed by House Democrats would give President Joe Biden authority to declare an energy emergency that would make it unlawful to increase gasoline and home energy fuel prices in an "excessive" or exploitative manner. The bill directs the Federal Trade Commission to punish companies that engage in price gouging.

93. Illinois seen as best option for Tennesseans seeking abortions -

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Leaders of a Tennessee abortion clinic calculated driving distances and studied passenger rail routes as they scanned the map for another place to offer services if the U.S. Supreme Court lets states restrict or eliminate abortion rights.

94. Fed nominee Michael Barr calls inflation 'far too high' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's pick to be the Federal Reserve's top banking regulator pledged Thursday to help reduce high inflation and provide "clear rules" to govern financial innovation.

95. Rebutting Turkey, Biden lauds NATO bids of Sweden, Finland -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Flanked by the leaders of Finland and Sweden, President Joe Biden forcefully supported their applications to join NATO on Thursday as Russia's war in the heart of Europe challenges the continent's security. The U.S. president rejected Turkey's opposition, insisting the two countries "meet every NATO requirement and then some."

96. 4 EU nations to harness North Sea wind for green transition -

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Four European Union countries plan to speed up the continent's green transition and help wean it off Russian energy imports through a large new project to build wind farms in the North Sea, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said Wednesday.

97. Events -

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98. Top Davidson County commercial sales for April 2022 -

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

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
300 Union Nashville 37201 4/8 SMIV 315 Deadrick Street LLC Nashville CBD LP $175,450,000
600 Whispering Hills, 526 Northcrest Nashville 37211 4/12 Audubon Nash LP Breit Steadfast Mf Audubon TN LLC $50,600,000
2310 12th Nashville 37204 4/12 Trea 12 South Apts LLC TG Twelve South Tic LLC; Tribridge Co-Invest 47 LLC $43,600,000
915 3rd Nashville 37201 4/19 A&M Nashville Owner I LLC Germantown Ballpark LLC $38,250,000
305 Millwood Nashville 37217 4/6 Residence At Blue Note LLC Eastside Commons Apts LLC $36,180,000
112 Long Hollow Goodlttsvll 37072 4/5 Nashville Metropolitan LLC WG Holdings TN LLC $30,000,000
526 Myatt Madison 37115 4/19 EWA Madison 526 Owner LLC 526 Myatt LP $29,583,700
1617 Lebanon Nashville 37210 4/6 Residence At Music City Flats LLC Ashler Oaks LLC $26,825,000
120 Airpark Center Nashville 37217 4/8 EWA Nashville 110 Owner LLC Airpark Property LLC $21,819,596
186 1st Nashville 37213 4/6 SW Nashville Eb Owner LLC Park Center Inc $21,500,000
1212, 1214, 1218 McGavock Nashville 37203 4/14 McGavock Apts Venture LLC Good Health Mgmt Parthip $18,500,000
636 Grassmere Nashville 37211 4/4 Nashville Urban Part 2005 LLC 636 Grassmere Park Drive Assoc LP $15,000,000
0 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 4/21 7H LLC; Cane Ridge Inv LLC; Wgtracts LLC I-24 LP $11,192,503
917 Bell Antioch 37013 4/5 Kipp Nashville CV LHF LLC $10,475,000
556 Metroplex Nashville 37211 4/27 Exeter 556 Metroplex LP 556 Metroplex Drive LLC $9,000,000
4060 Cane Ridge Antioch 37013 4/26 Tanger Nashville LLC Century Farms LLC $8,750,000
206, 208 Due West Madison 37115 4/7 Nashville 208 Propco LLC Nhi-Reit Of Axel LLC $8,314,800
4291 Central Hermitage 37076 4/13 Beazer Homes LLC Lux Dev Group LLC; Wise Group Inc $6,750,000
2801 Murfreesboro Antioch 37013 4/5 2801 Murfreesboro LLC Synovus Trust Co Na Trustee $6,500,000
4716 Trenton Hermitage 37076 4/5 H/P Ii Limited LLC WRE Acq 2 LLC $6,200,000
2306 Brick Church Nashville 37207 4/18 Brick Church Property LLC; Stones River 2306 Brick Church LLC Mss Hotels LLC $5,935,000
2206, 2208, 2212, 2218, 2220 12th Nashville 37204 4/20 Cottage Part LLC Tabernacle Baptist Church $5,500,000
901 Acklen Nashville 37203 4/20 Brentwood Baptist Church Mount Gilead Missionary Baptist Church $5,000,000
636 Division Nashville 37203 4/28 Albion 636 Division LLC Tonaquint Inc $5,000,000
4801 Centennial Nashville 37209 4/25 Horsepower JV 4801 Centennial LLC $4,200,000
20, 24 Lafayette Nashville 37210 4/18 Magpar LLC Hassan Husani; Hassan Husni Mansour $4,100,000
224, 236, 242, 252, 300, 310 Ben Allen Nashville 37207 4/13 Main Street Land Trust East End Part LLC $4,000,000
700 Dupont Madison 37115 4/29 At Dupont Propco LLC Madison Senior Living LLC $3,675,000
631 8th Nashville 37203 4/20 Mtp-631 8th Ave S Propco LLC Nashville Urban Venture LLC $3,500,000
0 Springfield Goodlttsvll 37072 4/7 Nashville 112 Inv LLC Coombs Harvey Walter $3,350,000
4510 Delaware Nashville 37209 4/11 Cougar Nashville Real Property LLC Horsepower JV $3,350,000
0 DICKERSON Nashville 37207 4/4 Quinn Ashley S Krushna LLC $3,200,000
5306 Hickory Hollow Antioch 37013 4/8 Hickory Hollow Market LLC Abdelmalak Sherin; Megaly Emad $2,850,000
1809, 1817 Lebanon Nashville 37210 4/21 Horsepower JV JJA Prop TN LLC $2,800,000
6415, 6419, 6435 Holt Nashville 37211 4/13 Nazemi Mohammad Clayton Prop Group Inc $2,750,000
207 Shady Grove Nashville 37214 4/1 Tennis Center Part LLC 207 Shady Grove Part GP $2,745,000
5507, 5509, 5511 Centennial Nashville 37209 4/21 Nash Maru LLC 51St Deli LLC $2,465,000
415 Humphreys Nashville 37203 4/7 Humphreys Street Ventures GP Defermygain.Com LLC Trustee $2,260,000
924 Twin Elms Nashville 37210 4/4 Nash Inv LLC Island Bound Inv LLC $2,195,000
513 Ligon Nashville 37204 4/22 Ab Family LP Saucier Donald J; Saucier James R; Saucier Stephen R $2,156,500
2804 Columbine, 503 Iris Nashville 37204 4/29 East Iris - Columbine LLC Kennedy Deborah H; Kennedy James D $2,000,000
3 Cauley Nashville 37210 4/18 Woods Family Trust McCloud Jerry L; McCloud Terri Lynn $2,000,000
7745 Highway 70 Nashville 37221 4/8 Amthomas Family LLC Nelson Oscar Tivis Jr; Nelson Patricia $1,950,000
107 Bonnabrook Hermitage 37076 4/14 Fall Creek Part 7 LLC Bkgf Prop Trust $1,920,000
0 Battle Nolensville 37135 4/6 Purity LLC Tilley Melissa Bonds Executrix $1,864,250
0 Gun Club Nashville 37205 4/25 9Th Avenue Trust Agreement Donald Scott White Trust Agreement; Jennifer Ward Barnes Trust Agreement; Sharon Leigh Owen Trust Agreement $1,800,000
9394 Harpeth Nashville 37221 4/29 Old Harding Trust Pinkerton Howard B; Pinkerton Linda Faye $1,622,800
6417 Burkitt Antioch 37013 4/11 Battle Farms LLC Bonds Claude Herman Estate; Bonds Linda P; Rigsbee Cathy D; Rigsbee Cathy D Executrix $1,610,200
104, 106 26th, 2601, 2609, 2615, 2617 Old Hickory Old Hickory 37138 4/14 Runion Jon Stonehorse Real Estate Holdings LLC $1,600,000
3236 Clarksville Nashville 37218 4/7 Seg Inv LP Ecmc Prop LLC $1,550,000
1610 17th Nashville 37212 4/1 Lokahi Capital LLC Ross Williams Prop LLC $1,540,000
0 Bell Hermitage 37076 4/13 Platinum Invest LLC Lichenberg Corp Of Delaware $1,500,000
408 American Nashville 37209 4/1 JJP LLC Two Dogs Dev LLC $1,500,000
1495 County Hospital Nashville 37218 4/7 Eryan Fahim S; Hezkyal Osama Y Plaza West Inc $1,450,000
1303, 1305, 1307 Baptist World Center Nashville 37207 4/18 Bacano Nashville LLC Cherry Anthony $1,363,888
1317 Antioch Nashville 37211 4/13 Tin Angel Part LLC Envirotest Corp $1,350,000
6553 Lickton Goodlttsvll 37072 4/20 Hernandez Robert; Hernandez Rose Hernandez Rei LLC $1,349,000
5502 New York Nashville 37209 4/8 Tsi LLC Cerminara Prop LLC $1,250,000
1620, 1634 Lebanon Nashville 37210 4/6 Warren Company LLC Green Michael D; Green Rose Mary $1,250,000
1327 Neelys Bend Madison 37115 4/25 MPTR TN Comm Property Trust; Old Republic Exchange Co Chaffin Neil; Chaffin Sandra $1,200,000
646 Iris Nashville 37204 4/28 Bussell Steve Acdc Comm Holdings LLC $1,125,000
0 Couchville Hermitage 37076 4/4 Dodson Michele L Couchville Land Part LLC $1,075,000
303 Carney Nashville 37210 4/19 Biota Prop LLC Propco-303 Carney Street LLC $1,000,000
325 54th Nashville 37209 4/29 325 54Th Avenue LLC Dolan Bonnie H; Dolan Robin E $1,000,000
1529 4th Nashville 37210 4/14 Mesh Dev LLC Clem Prop LLC $1,000,000
224 Marcia Nashville 37209 4/6 Turner Scout Johnson Teeters Darwin $995,000
1400 Robinson Old Hickory 37138 4/29 Richmond Clifford O Regions Bank $950,000
3100 Dickerson Nashville 37207 4/14 Dickerson Prop LLC C&H Prop $950,000
1051, 1053, 1055 2nd Nashville 37210 4/1 1055 Second Ave Part LLC Kovach Steve Iv $915,000
3556 Murfreesboro Antioch 37013 4/29 Antioch Inv Group LLC Mt View Marketplace LLC $850,000
6749 Holt Nashville 37211 4/20 Carolyn P Wood Revocable Trust Sanders Regina C $805,000
1506 Dickerson Nashville 37207 4/29 Reyes Const Inc Afshari Mahmoud Estate; Saeedpout Khosrow $800,000
4401 Alabama Nashville 37209 4/19 Terry Patrick; Terry Robert Degraffenreid Paul D $800,000
3501 Park Nashville 37209 4/27 3501 Park Ave LLC Ari Holdings LLC $799,000
550 Rosedale Nashville 37211 4/11 Bam Ventures LLC Davis Brent W $799,000
316 White Bridge Nashville 37209 4/11 Kendrick John Brian; Kendrick Taryn; Marvel Family Part McDougal Kristi; McDougal Tommy $799,000
700 Bresslyn Nashville 37205 4/19 KE Holdings LLC Brookmeade Congregational Church of the United Church Of Christ $780,000
1202 Baptist World Center Nashville 37207 4/13 Schumacher Keith Rogers Anthony K; Rogers Kimberly M $620,000
208 17th Nashville 37203 4/12 Badass Prop LLC Smith Andrew M; Smith David H; Smith Thomas O H III $610,000
2237 Tinnin Goodlttsvll 37072 4/1 Hughes Leanord Tinnon Jamie Lee $605,000
0 Buffalo Nashville 37221 4/20 Boyd Joshua K; Boyd Nicole R Fulgenzi Colin; Fulgenzi Danielle $600,000
1201 5th Nashville 37208 4/26 Newberry Caley King Germantown Part LLC $565,000
201 Ewing Nashville 37207 4/6 Kovonda Sean Poora Prop GP $550,000
1510 Demonbreun Nashville 37203 4/27 Olsen Katherine; Olsen Robert D; Olsen Hutson Furr Dempsey Point Dev at Nolin LLC $510,000
4761 Andrew Jackson Hermitage 37076 4/6 Unland Dental LLC Peymat LLC $500,000
2521 Gallatin Nashville 37206 4/18 Johnson Kerwin Darnell Hassan Jehad $500,000
1129, 1131 Apple Valley Madison 37115 4/8 Hart Jason; Hart Lawrence Shaeffer Sadiann $455,000
4012 Indiana Nashville 37209 4/1 Roberts Carolyn Hudson Robert $435,000
303 Criddle Nashville 37219 4/19 Oneal Rachel Arbogast Kaz; Malone Christy L; Malone Peter H $410,000
0 Old Hickory Whites Cr 37189 4/26 Phase 2 Dev LLC Gordon Alan B; Gordon Aldis B $400,000
4026 Hamilton Church Antioch 37013 4/20 Tng Prop LLC Elam Carl D Sr Estate; Elam Samuel Richard; Kelley Joseph Brandon; Kelley Justin Bradley; Maye Carla Elizabeth Elam $380,000
4560 Whites Cr Whites Cr 37189 4/19 Sfr Inv V Borrower 1 LLC Rochelle Center $357,000
2210 24th Nashville 37208 4/29 Hatcher Loren Kaul John $330,000
1407 Timber Valley Nashville 37214 4/13 Micheletti Anthony Live Well Inv LLC $307,000
435 Atlas Nashville 37211 4/13 Jsfg Inc Bartlett Charles E; Bartlett Margaret T $300,000
1808 State Nashville 37203 4/14 Zhao Mingzhe; Zhao Violetta Vladimirovna Better Real Estate LLC $289,900
1808 State Nashville 37203 4/18 Rogers Emily Caldwell Jan Roberts; Mitchell Brian $289,400
100 Elmore Madison 37115 4/22 Memari Mohammad; Ebrahimi Fatemeh Cornerstone Church Of Nashville Inc $284,000
720 McPherson Nashville 37221 4/22 Ogden Connor Elberta Express Inc $266,000
1766 Union Hill Goodlttsvll 37072 4/29 Fulford Yve Assad; Longhurst Elena; Longhurst Robert R V; Fulford William Presely William D $257,000
3225 Luann Antioch 37013 4/29 Boutrous Kerouls Opendoor Property Trust I $255,000
3227 Luann Antioch 37013 4/11 Maskew Monvel Tandy Jr Opendoor Ptoperty C LLC $255,000
0 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 4/13 A&M Part Dusmukhamedov Bekhzodkhon $255,000
0 Crocker Springs Goodlttsvll 37072 4/4 Crocker Heights LLC Tyra Betty Jo $253,100
106 Porter Nashville 37206 4/1 Dixon Troy Roberts Mary Carolyn $250,000
214 Nelson Madison 37115 4/19 Barreiro Nicholas George Horton Alden III $235,000
1512 Meadow Bend Madison 37115 4/8 Mercer Denise Elizabeth; Mercer-Swayze Erin Westchester Part GP $230,000
1708 Knowles Nashville 37208 4/20 Sims Angel Parker Dewayne Lamont $200,000
1106 Cabana Nashville 37214 4/11 Mobley Willie C Jr Smith Gilbert L $195,000
1605 11th Nashville 37208 4/22 Millionaires Institution LLC Dakota Capital Prop LLC $175,000
111 Westfield Nashville 37221 4/21 Rosado Krystal Reed W Casey; Reed Walker Casey $170,000
515 Basswood Nashville 37209 4/12 Davis Goldie Davis Wilda $100,000

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99. Ukraine working to pull last fighters from Mariupol mill -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Hundreds of Ukrainian fighters defending the last holdout in Mariupol were evacuated to areas controlled by Russian-backed separatists and officials worked Tuesday to get the rest out, signaling the beginning of the end of a siege that became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance.

100. In US, states struggle to replace fossil fuel tax revenue -

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Government budgets are booming in New Mexico: Teacher salaries are up, residents can go to an in-state college tuition-free, moms will get medical care for a year after childbirth, and criminal justice initiatives are being funded to reduce urban violence.