News or Weather in Your Inbox
News NewsChannel 5 Investigates Consumer Reports Educational News Medical News Politics School Patrol Sports News News Links CBS News Livefeed Restaurant Report TDOT Traffic Report
Current Conditions Hourly Forecast 10-day Forecast Radar & Maps Graphics Closings Alerts Live Cameras WeatherCall More Weather
Watch Live 5 Watch Live 5+ Videos TV Schedule Talk of the Town Now Trending Nashville Edge Contests News Links
Investigates Home Consumer Alert Questions of Influence The Politics of Justice Tennessee's Secret Deals UCDD Policing for Profit
NewsChannel 5+ MorningLine OpenLine SportsLine Inside Politics Fishin' Affliction Issues of Faith LifeStyle with Denise Simons Out & About Today Pharmacist On Call The Plus Side of Nashville Real Estate Real Talk ¿Que Pasa Nashville? Retirement Report SCORE on Business Southern Woods & Waters Taste of the Town Urban Outlook Words & Music
Talk of the Town Daily Show Information Coming Up Recipes Extras Meet the Team
Program Guide Contact Us Staff Employment Advertise EEO Public File Report Closed Captioning Tour NC5 Studios
What happens when a prosecutor involved in a murder case becomes a judge? Should that judge later be allowed to sentence that same defendant to death?
Spending on all those TV ads for the state Supreme Court campaign continues to set new records in Tennessee politics, now topping $500,000.
A continuing NewsChannel 5 investigation examines the political battle for control of the Tennessee Supreme Court, exposing questionable claims and following the money.
This site uses Facebook comments to make it easier for you to contribute.
If you see a comment you would like to flag for spam or abuse,
click the "x" in the upper right of it. By posting,
Phil Williams is chief investigative reporter for NewsChannel 5's nationally award-winning investigative team. His investigations have earned him journalism's highest honors.
Jennifer Kraus is NewsChannel 5's Weekend Morning Anchor and a member of NewsChannel 5's award-winning Investigative Team.
Ben Hall is a veteran reporter at NewsChannel 5. He has covered the state legislature, presidential campaigns and is presently part of NewsChannel 5's award-winning investigative unit.
One In Custody For Questioning After Suspicious House Fire
Gov. Haslam Concerned With Immigrant Kids Sent To Tennessee
Brentwood Police Department To Get Technology Upgrade
Two People Injured In Edgehill Shooting
Brad Paisley gets into 'battle' with record label over leaked audio
Handsy Tim McGraw fan now threatening to sue singer
One Direction’s Zayn Malik gets death threats for pro-Palestine tweet
'Spider-Man' accused of punching NYPD officer in the face