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A three-year-old boy in Clarksville is dead after accidentally shooting himself in the head Friday evening. 


Vanderbilt freshman pitcher Donny Everett drowned Thursday while fishing in Tennessee. The Clarksville native was 19. 

Update Wednesday: Authorities have identified the child struck and killed by an SUV Monday and the driver involved in the incident.

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Montgomery County has revoked the driver's licenses of thousands of people in the Clarksville area who are accused of not paying court fines and fees dating back to 2012. 


Clarksville Police charged six men for patronizing prostitution Friday. CPD conducted a sting targeting the sexual activity on the classified ad website

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The Clarksville Police Department is searching for two men who were impersonating Clarksville Police Officers and pulling over drivers last weekend.

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Google is coming to Montgomery County, Tennessee. The tech giant is investing $600 million to transform the former Hemlock Semiconductor site into a data center, creating 70 jobs.

Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan says Google wants to be a partner in the community’s growth. City and county officials will work with the company to launch a community grants program to support science and technology education, carbon reduction, and internet access.

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As the University of Tennessee- Knoxville Athletics program evolves from their moniker “Lady Vols” other universities with gender distinguishing titles are being asked if they will change as well.

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Whether listening to public radio or walking down the street, we're surrounded by sound in our daily experience, but to sit and pay attention to a different kind of sound or to be introduced to a new sound in a familiar environment can be both calming and unnerving. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Michael Dickins, Gallery Director of Austin Peay State University's Trahern Gallery about an "Sound," which features artists from around the nation experimenting with sound as art in an interactive exhibit open through February 6.

Hemlock Semiconductor is closing its Clarksville plant in Tennessee due to industry oversupply and international trade disputes. The plant’s approximately 50 workers will have the opportunity to relocate to other company or Dow Corning sites.