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Nashville tornado struck Old Tennessee State Prison, where 'The Green Mile,' 'Walk the Line' were filmed
The powerful tornado that roared through the cover of darkness as it bore down on the Nashville area early Tuesday left extensive damage at an abandoned prison notable for moments on the silver screen.
Read the full story on Fox News.
Black Rifle Coffee County hosts charity drive to support relief efforts after Nashville tornado
In the wake of deadly tornadoes that hit Nashville last Tuesday, Black Rifle Coffee is hosting a charity drive at its Manchester, TN coffee shop.
Read the full story on www.manchestertimes.com.
Falafel shop owner opens pop-up kitchen to help tornado victims in Nashville
The aftermath of Monday's devastating tornadoes in Tennessee left a Nashville community reeling, but amid the terror and confusion, many are coming together to help in the recovery.
Read the full story on ABC News.
Official: Nashville voters turned out in tornado’s aftermath
An elections administrator in the tornado-stricken Tennessee county that includes Nashville praised voters for turning out on Super Tuesday despite damage to voting locations and treacherous driving conditions.
Read the full story on Boston Herald.
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