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1. Donetsk leader calls for 'beneficial' ties with North Korea -

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The head of Russian proxy forces in eastern Ukraine's Donetsk region has sent a message to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un calling for cooperation amid signs the North is considering sending laborers for restoration projects in Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine.

2. Russian shells slam into eastern Ukraine, killing 3 people -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — At least three Ukrainian civilians have been killed and nearly 20 others wounded in the latest artillery barrages from the Russian military, Ukrainian officials said Monday.

The eastern region of Donetsk, one of the two provinces making up the country's industrial heartland of Donbas that has been the focus of a Russian offensive, has faced the most intense shelling.

3. Starbucks asks labor board to halt union votes temporarily -

Starbucks on Monday asked the National Labor Relations Board to temporarily suspend all union elections at its U.S. stores, citing allegations from a board employee that regional NLRB officials improperly coordinated with union organizers.

4. 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.

5. Biden to join governor to survey flood damage in Kentucky -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and the first lady are expected to join Gov. Andy Beshear and his wife, Britainy, as they meet with families and view damage from storms that have created the worst flooding in Kentucky's history.

6. Grain ship from Ukraine docks in Turkey, nuke plant shelled -

DERINCE, Turkey (AP) — A Turkish-flagged ship that was among several vessels to leave Ukraine under a deal to unblock grain supplies and stave off a potential global food crisis was the first to arrive at its destination in Turkey on Monday, as Russia again accused Ukraine of shelling Europe's largest nuclear power station.

7. Ukrainian cities shelled, including one near nuclear plant -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Powerful explosions rattled the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv on Thursday and a city close to the country's biggest nuclear power plant sustained a barrage of shelling amid Russian attacks in several regions, Ukraine's presidential office said.

8. Advocates: Senate bill means environmental health, also harm -

Billions of dollars in climate and environment investments could flow to communities in the United States that have been plagued by pollution and climate threats for decades, if the proposed Inflation Reduction Act becomes law. The bill, announced by Sens. Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin last month, could also jumpstart a transition to clean energy in regions still dominated by fossil fuels.

9. In a 3rd test, Facebook still fails to block hate speech -

Facebook is letting violent hate speech slip through its controls in Kenya as it has in other countries, according to a new report from the nonprofit groups Global Witness and Foxglove.

It is the third such test of Facebook's ability to detect hateful language — either via artificial intelligence or human moderators — that the groups have run, and that the company has failed.

10. Russia steps up strikes on Ukraine amid counterattacks -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces on Thursday launched massive missile strikes on Ukraine's Kyiv and Chernihiv regions, areas that hadn't been targeted in weeks, while Ukrainian officials announced an operation to liberate an occupied region in the country's south.

11. US rocket system enables Ukraine to strike key supply bridge -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Ukrainian military used a U.S.-supplied precision rocket system to deliver a morale-lifting knockout punch Wednesday to a bridge Russia used to supply its forces in an occupied region of southern Ukraine.

12. Russia aims new air strikes at Black Sea coastal targets -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia targeted Ukraine's Black Sea regions of Odesa and Mykolaiv with air strikes Tuesday, hitting private buildings and port infrastructure along the country's southern coast, the Ukrainian military said.

13. Russia pounds major Ukrainian city after expanding war aims -

KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian shelling pounded a densely populated area in Ukraine's second-largest city Thursday, killing at least three people and injuring at least 23 others with a barrage that struck a mosque, a medical facility and a shopping area, according to officials and witnesses.

14. Deal for Ukraine grain exports due to be sealed in Istanbul -

ISTANBUL (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan were due on Friday to oversee the signing of a key agreement that would allow Ukraine to resume its shipment of grain from the Black Sea to world markets and Russia to export grain and fertilizers — ending a standoff that has threatened world food security.

15. US sending more military aid to Ukraine as war grinds on -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. and allies committed more rocket systems, ammunition and other military aid to Ukraine Wednesday, as American defense leaders said they see the war to block Russian gains in the eastern Donbas region grinding on for some time.

16. Syria formally breaks diplomatic ties with Ukraine -

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Syria said Wednesday it is formally breaking diplomatic ties with Ukraine in response to a similar move by Kyiv.

Syria is a strong ally of Russia, which joined Syria's conflict in September 2015 helping tip the balance of power in favor of President Bashar Assad.

17. Ukrainian forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian forces have struck and seriously damaged a bridge that is key for supplying Russian troops in southern Ukraine, a regional official said Wednesday, as Russian shelling killed civilians including a 13-year-old boy in the embattled country's northeast.

18. Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100 -

VINNYTSIA, Ukraine (AP) — Russian missiles struck a city in central Ukraine on Thursday, killing at least 23 people and wounding more than 100 others, Ukrainian authorities said. Ukraine's president accused Russia of deliberately targeting civilians in locations without military value.

19. Statewide early voting begins Friday -

Tennessee’s early voting period for the Aug. 4 primaries and general election is scheduled for July 15-30, daily except Sundays.

On the August ballot, Tennessee voters will see primary races for governor, U.S. House, state Senate, state House and the state Executive Committee members for each political party, as well as retention or general elections for judicial offices and other state and local positions.

20. Deforestation in Brazilian Amazon hits tragic record in 2022 -

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon during the first half of 2022 broke all records, a measure of the increasing destruction taking place under the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro.

21. Ukraine reports striking Russian ammunition depot in south -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian authorities said Tuesday that their forces targeted a Russian ammunition depot in southern Ukraine overnight, resulting in a massive explosion captured on social media.

22. Ukraine official says Russia strikes 'absolute terrorism' -

KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian shelling of Ukraine's second-largest city killed at least three people on Monday and injured scores, including children, the local administrator said. The shelling came just hours after three missile strikes on Kharkiv which the official described as "absolute terrorism."

23. Russia taking 'operational pause' in Ukraine, analysts say -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Foreign analysts say Russia may be temporarily easing its offensive in Ukraine as the Russian military attempts to reassemble its forces for a renewed assault.

On Wednesday, Russian forces made no claimed or assessed territorial gains in Ukraine "for the first time in 133 days of war," according to the Institute for the Study of War. The think tank based in Washington suggested that Moscow may be taking an "operational pause," but that it does not entail "the complete cessation of active hostilities."

24. Who do you trust to decide what’s taught in schools? -

The Tennessee Board of Education has asked the public for its comments on statewide academic standards for the teaching of social studies, and I don’t feel optimistic about the prospects.

I’m reminded of a scene from “Blazing Saddles,” in which the boozy gunslinger Waco Kid is explaining to the new Black sheriff why he hasn’t been warmly received by the white town folk of Rock Ridge.

25. IEA: High prices, uncertainty will slow growth in gas demand -

BERLIN (AP) — The International Energy Agency says high prices for natural gas and supply fears due to the war in Ukraine will slow the growth in demand for the fossil fuel in the coming years.

In a report published Tuesday, the Paris-based agency forecast global demand for natural gas will rise by 140 billion cubic meters between 2021 and 2025. That's less than half the increase of 370 bcm seen in the previous five-year period, which included the pandemic downturn.

26. 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.

27. Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall -

KREMENCHUK, Ukraine (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that Russia "cannot and should not win" the war in Ukraine, a day after a Russian missile attack on a crowded shopping mall that killed 18 put the conflict's terrible toll on full view.

28. 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.

29. Amazon providing $23M for affordable housing in Seattle -

SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon said Thursday it is providing $23 million to help minority-led organizations build or preserve more than 500 new affordable housing units in Seattle — the latest spending by a tech company to ease a severe housing crunch the industry has helped create.

30. Russians focus firepower to seize 2 villages in east Ukraine -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian military expanded its grab of territory in eastern Ukraine on Thursday, capturing two villages and vying for control of a key highway in an offensive that could cut supply lines and encircle some frontline Ukrainian forces, British and Ukrainian military officials said.

31. US, Germany sending weapons to Ukraine as Russia advances -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian military said it used long-range missiles Wednesday to destroy a depot in the western Lviv region of Ukraine where ammunition for NATO-supplied weapons was stored, and the governor of a key eastern city acknowledged Russian forces are advancing in heavy fighting.

32. Bucolic Ukraine forest is site of mass grave exhumation -

BUCHA, Ukraine (AP) — The lush green beauty of a pine forest with singing birds contrasted with the violent deaths of newly discovered victims of Russia's war in Ukraine, as workers exhumed bodies from another mass grave near the town of Bucha on Kyiv's outskirts.

33. Russians control 80% of contested city in eastern Ukraine -

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Sievierodonetsk, the main focus of the fighting in eastern Ukraine in recent weeks, isn't yet blocked off by Russian troops even though they control about 80% of the city and have destroyed all three bridges leading out of it, an official said Tuesday.

34. 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.

35. Ukraine: Drivers risk all to bring aid, help civilians flee -

ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine (AP) — As Russian artillery pummeled the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol in April, one family decided to flee, walking for miles with three young children in tow to a nearby village. But it was thanks to a volunteer driver who crossed the front line that they managed to eventually make it out of Russian-held territory.

36. New vaccine may be option for troops with religious concerns -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A COVID-19 vaccine that could soon win federal authorization may offer a boost for the U.S. military: an opportunity to get shots into some of the thousands of service members who have refused other coronavirus vaccines for religious reasons.

37. 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.

38. 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.

39. Nashville mayor asks high court to reconsider voucher ruling -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Nashville Mayor John Cooper says his office is asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to reconsider its decision that a contentious school voucher program does not violate a key section of the state's constitution.

40. Rock Hall names Ryman rock music landmark -

The Ryman Auditorium has been designated as an official Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Landmark by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

In a dedication ceremony, Mark Fioravanti, president of Ryman Hospitality Properties, and Greg Harris, president and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, made the announcement at the Ryman, which is celebrating its 130th anniversary.

41. 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.

42. Russian troops entering Sievierodonetsk in eastern Ukraine -

KRAMATORSK, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian-battered eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk appeared to be on the brink of becoming another Mariupol on Monday as the mayor told The Associated Press that Russian troops have entered, power and communications have been cut and "the city has been completely ruined."

43. 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.

44. 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.

45. Ukraine: Russia must withdraw to pre-war positions for talks -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's president said Wednesday that Russia must pull back to its pre-war positions as a first step before diplomatic talks, a negotiating line that Moscow is unlikely to agree to anytime soon.

46. 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.

47. US accuses Russia of weaponizing food in Ukraine war -

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Russia on Thursday of weaponizing food and holding grain for millions of people around the world hostage to help accomplish what its invasion of Ukraine has not -- "to break the spirit of the Ukrainian people."

48. Congress OKs latest $40B to help Ukraine repel Russians -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate overwhelmingly approved a $40 billion infusion of military and economic aid for Ukraine and its allies on Thursday as both parties rallied behind America's latest, and quite possibly not last, financial salvo against Russia's invasion.

49. Spy agencies urged to fix open secret: A lack of diversity -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The peril National Security Agency staff wanted to discuss with their director didn't involve terrorists or enemy nations. It was something closer to home: the racism and cultural misunderstandings inside America's largest intelligence service.

50. Court clears path for long-blocked Tennessee school vouchers -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's highest court ruled Wednesday that Republican Gov. Bill Lee's school voucher program does not violate the state's constitution, clearing the path for families to soon use taxpayer dollars on private schools.

51. 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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52. Fall of Mariupol appears at hand; fighters leave steel plant -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Mariupol appeared on the verge of falling to the Russians on Tuesday as Ukraine moved to abandon the steel plant where hundreds of its fighters had held out for months under relentless bombardment in the last bastion of resistance in the devastated city.

53. 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.

54. Russian threats push Finland toward joining NATO alliance -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Finland's leaders Thursday came out in favor of applying to join NATO, and Sweden could do the same within days, in a historic realignment on the continent 2 1/2 months after Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine sent a shiver of fear through Moscow's neighbors.

55. Ukraine puts Russian solider accused of war crime on trial -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The trial of a Russian soldier accused of killing a Ukrainian civilian opened Friday, the first war crimes trial since Moscow's invasion of its neighbor.

Scores of journalists packed inside a small courtroom in the Ukrainian capital where the suspect appeared in a small glass cage for the start of a trial that has drawn international attention amid accusations of repeated atrocities by Russian forces.

56. Toyota's quarterly profit down on COVID parts crunch -

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota's profit declined 31% in the January-March quarter from the year before, but the Japanese automaker still wrapped up a year of record earnings.

Toyota Motor Corp. reported Wednesday a profit of 533.8 billion yen ($4.1 billion) in the last quarter, down from 777.1 billion yen the previous fiscal year. Quarterly sales rose nearly 6% to 8.1 trillion yen ($62 billion).

57. Events -

Franklin Rodeo. Bulls and broncs, cowboys and cowgirls are the focus at the 71st annual rodeo. Events begin Wednesday with the “Down in the Dirt” free rodeo experience gives fans an intimate look at the sport. Fans can see the horses and bulls up close, try their hand at roping, do a little stick horse racing and more, Through Saturday. Rodeo competition begins Thursday. Tickets can be purchased online and at the gate. All seats are reserved. Adult tickets are $25; children 12 and younger $12. Information

58. Jill Biden pays surprise visit to Ukraine, meets first lady -

UZHHOROD, Ukraine (AP) — Jill Biden made an unannounced visit to western Ukraine, holding a surprise Mother's Day meeting with first lady Olena Zelenska to show U.S. support for the embattled nation as Russia presses its punishing war in the eastern regions.

59. Ukraine repels Russian attacks; Mariupol plant battle rages -

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's military said Thursday that it recaptured some areas in the south and repelled Russian attacks in the east, as a bloody battle raged at a steel mill in Mariupol where Ukrainian troops are holed up in tunnels and bunkers, fending off a Russian onslaught.

60. Europeans weigh costs of cutting Russian energy over Ukraine -

MILAN (AP) — Across Europe, rising energy prices are testing the resolve of ordinary consumers and business owners who are caught between the continent's dependence on cheap Russian energy and its revulsion over President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.

61. US promises more Ukraine aid, Biden announces veteran envoy -

NEAR THE POLISH-UKRAINIAN BORDER (AP) — Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Monday after a secrecy-shrouded visit to Kyiv that Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskyy is committed to winning his country's fight against Russia and that the United States will help him achieve that goal.

62. UN rights chief sees 'horror story' of violations in Ukraine -

BERLIN (AP) — The United Nations' human rights office on Friday pointed to what it said is growing evidence of war crimes since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, declaring that humanitarian law appears to have been "tossed aside."

63. Biden launches $6B effort to save distressed nuclear plants -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is launching a $6 billion effort to rescue nuclear power plants at risk of closing, citing the need to continue nuclear energy as a carbon-free source of power that helps to combat climate change.

64. China's March exports grow despite virus; imports flat -

BEIJING (AP) — China's exports rose 15.7% over a year ago in March while imports were flat amid disruptions due to coronavirus outbreaks as the ruling Communist Party enforces a "zero-COVID" strategy to isolate every case.

65. Russia says it hits Ukraine air defenses before eastern push -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia claimed Monday that it destroyed several Ukrainian air-defense systems in what appeared to be a renewed push to gain air superiority and take out weapons Kyiv has described as crucial ahead of an expected broad new offensive in the east.

66. Strike kills 50 at Ukraine rail station crowded with people -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A missile hit a train station where thousands of people had flocked to flee in eastern Ukraine, killing 50 people Friday, Ukrainian authorities said, while warning they expect to find more evidence of war crimes in areas abandoned by Russian troops.

67. WHO: COVID cases and deaths continue to fall globally -

GENEVA (AP) — The number of coronavirus cases reported globally has dropped for a second consecutive week and confirmed COVID-19 deaths also fell last week, according to a World Health Organization report issued Wednesday.

68. US pulls GSK's COVID drug as omicron sibling dominates cases -

WASHINGTON (AP) — GlaxoSmithKline's IV drug for COVID-19 should no longer be used because it is likely ineffective against the omicron subvariant that now accounts for most U.S. cases, federal health regulators said Tuesday.

69. Talks resume as Ukraine denies hitting depot on Russian soil -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Talks to stop the fighting in Ukraine resumed Friday, as another desperate attempt to rescue civilians from the shattered and encircled city of Mariupol failed and Russia accused the Ukrainians of launching a helicopter attack on a fuel depot on Russian soil.

70. Ukraine: Russians leaving Chernobyl after radiation exposure -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian troops began leaving the Chernobyl nuclear plant after soldiers got "significant doses" of radiation from digging trenches at the highly contaminated site, Ukraine's state power company said Thursday as fighting raged on the outskirts of Kyiv and other fronts.

71. Russia bombards areas where it pledged to scale back -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian forces bombarded areas around Kyiv and another city just hours after pledging to scale back operations in those zones to promote trust between the two sides, Ukrainian authorities said Wednesday.

72. Ukraine's other fight: Growing food for itself and the world -

HORDYNIA, Ukraine (AP) — Planting season has arrived in Ukraine. Boot marks stamped in the frozen earth have thawed. But the Pavlovych family's fields remain untouched in a lonely landscape of checkpoints and churches.

73. Russia-Ukraine war: Key things to know about the conflict -

Ukrainian officials say the death toll from a strike on a theatre last week in the besieged southern port city of Mariupol is in the hundreds — the deadliest single attack since Russia's war started a month ago.

74. UN blames Russia for Ukraine humanitarian crisis, urges aid -

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution Thursday blaming Russia for the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and urging an immediate cease-fire and protection for millions of civilians and the homes, schools and hospitals critical to their survival.

75. Russian war in Ukraine marks 1 month with no end in sight -

Russia's war in Ukraine has killed thousands of people, reduced entire cities to rubble and forced millions to flee their homes. The largest military conflict in Europe since World War II has also upset the international security order and sent dangerous ripples through the global economy.

76. Russia-Ukraine war: Key things to know about the conflict -

Ukraine's cities stood under relentless Russian fire on Thursday, as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked NATO leaders gathered in Brussels to provide unlimited aid — including planes, tanks and other weapons — saying his country is "defending our common values."

77. 55+ community being built in Murfreesboro -

Del Webb, a builder of active adult communities for those 55 and older, has broken ground on its first community, Del Webb Southern Harmony, in Murfreesboro.

The community, scheduled to open in late 2023, will contain 1,100 single-family homes and an abundance of resort-style amenities.

78. Putin appears at big rally as troops press attack in Ukraine -

Vladimir Putin appeared at a huge flag-waving rally at a packed Moscow stadium Friday and lavished praise on his troops fighting in Ukraine, three weeks into the invasion that has led to heavier-than-expected Russian losses on the battlefield and increasingly authoritarian rule at home.

79. Russia-Ukraine war: Key things to know about the conflict -

Russia's invasion of Ukraine entered its fourth week on Thursday, with Russian forces largely bogged down outside major cities and shelling them from a distance, raining havoc on civilians.

A Russian airstrike just before dawn Thursday killed 21 people and destroyed a school and community center in Merefa, near the northeast city of Kharkiv, officials said.

80. Biden's China 'pivot' complicated by Russia's war in Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden set out to finally complete the "pivot to Asia," a long-sought adjustment of U.S. foreign policy to better reflect the rise of America's most significant military and economic competitor: China.

81. BMW, VW warn of shortages from part suppliers in Ukraine -

LONDON (AP) — BMW and Volkswagen warned this week that Russia's invasion of Ukraine is causing shortages of some vital components, forcing them to reduce vehicle production in Europe.

The two German carmakers said the war is having a "negative" effect on auto supply chains, which have already been battered by shortages of semiconductors.

82. 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."

83. 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.

84. Death toll surpasses 6 million for pandemic now in 3rd year -

BANGKOK (AP) — The official global death toll from COVID-19 eclipsed 6 million on Monday — underscoring that the pandemic, now entering its third year, is far from over.

The milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is the latest tragic reminder of the unrelenting nature of the pandemic even as people are shedding masks, travel is resuming and businesses are reopening around the globe.

85. Russia snubs UN court hearings in case brought by Ukraine -

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Ukraine pleaded with the United Nations' top court Monday to order Russia to halt its devastating invasion, saying Moscow is already committing widespread war crimes and "resorting to tactics reminiscent of medieval siege warfare" in its 12-day-old military onslaught.

86. Crisis deepens, Ukraine accuses Moscow of 'medieval' tactics -

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — The humanitarian crisis in Ukraine deepened Monday as Russian forces intensified their shelling and food, water, heat and medicine grew increasingly scarce, in what the country condemned as a medieval-style siege by Moscow to batter it into submission.

87. Analysis: Putin's war imperils global security arrangements -

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — It was the tale of two Vladimirs — one noble, grim and stubbornly open to peace; the other angry, threatening and bellicose — on a day that seemed to presage the demise of the security architecture, consensus and arrangements that have kept Europe and the world, for the most part, stable and secure for three-quarters of a century.

88. UN Security Council to take up resolution condemning Russia -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A senior U.S. official said the U.N. Security Council is expected to vote Friday on a resolution condemning Russia in the strongest terms possible for attacking Ukraine and demanding the immediate withdrawal of all Russian forces, knowing that the legally binding measure will be vetoed by Russia.

89. Congress backs Biden on Russia sanctions, clamors for more -

WASHINGTON (AP) — With rare but fragile alignment, the U.S. Congress is largely backing President Joe Biden's decision to confront Russia with potentially escalating sanctions for the crisis in Ukraine as lawmakers brace for perhaps the most daunting foreign policy crisis the nation has faced in a generation.

90. Russia-Ukraine: What to know as Russia attacks Ukraine -

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Russian troops launched a broad, three-pronged assault on Ukraine that brought explosions and set off air raid sirens to the country's capital, Kyiv, and other cities, shattering any remaining hope that a military conflict would be avoided.

91. Russia attacks Ukraine; peace in Europe 'shattered' -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, unleashing airstrikes on cities and military bases and sending troops and tanks from multiple directions in a move that could rewrite the world's geopolitical landscape. Ukraine's government pleaded for help as civilians piled into trains and cars to flee.

92. Wall Street losses mount amid simmering Ukraine crisis -

NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street's losses mounted Wednesday as world leaders waited to see if Russian President Vladimir Putin orders troops deeper into Ukraine.

The S&P 500 fell 1.8% to an 8-month low, deepening the benchmark index's "correction," or a loss of 10% from its recent peak. More than 85% of stocks in the S&P 500 fell, with technology companies weighing down the index most.

93. AP-NORC poll: Most in US oppose major role in Russia strife -

WASHINGTON (AP) — There's little support among Americans for a major U.S. role in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, according to a new poll, even as President Joe Biden imposes new sanctions and threatens a stronger response that could provoke retaliation from Moscow.

94. EU sanctions hit Russian minister, top advisor, lawmakers -

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union agreed to slap sanctions Wednesday on Russia's defense minister, a top adviser to President Vladimir Putin and hundreds of Russian lawmakers who voted in favor of recognizing the independence of separatist areas in southeast Ukraine.

95. Nashville-area summer camps guide 2022 -

Camp provides children and young adults the chance to experience something totally different from their daily lives – maybe an opportunity to connect with nature, ride horses or learn to sail – as well as the opportunity to participate in team-based activities and develop relationships. Based on health safety precautions, check with each program about their policies based on recommendations from local health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control, and will have a different refund policy based on COVID. Contact each one to review.

96. Russia-Ukraine: What to know as world awaits next moves -

BRUSSELS (AP) — World leaders on Wednesday waited to see if Russian President Vladimir Putin would cast the die and order troops deeper into Ukraine. At the same time, they worked to maintain a united stance and vowed to impose tougher sanctions in the event of a full-fledged invasion.

97. Energy agency: Methane emissions higher than countries claim -

PARIS (AP) — The International Energy Agency said Wednesday that emissions of planet-warming methane from oil, gas and coal production are significantly higher than governments claim.

The Paris-based agency said its analysis shows emissions are 70% higher than the official figure provided by governments worldwide. If all leaks were plugged, the methane captured would be enough to supply all of Europe's power sector, it said.

98. 'Thugs and bullies': Nations sanction Russia over Ukraine -

TOKYO (AP) — World leaders sought Wednesday to back up their tough words over Russia's aggression against Ukraine, announcing financial sanctions, trade and travel bans and other measures meant to pressure Moscow to pull back from the brink of war.

99. Europe braces for further strife as Ukraine crisis escalates -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia began evacuating its embassy in Kyiv, and Ukraine urged its citizens to leave Russia on Wednesday as the region braced for further confrontation after President Vladimir Putin received authorization to use military force outside his country and the West responded with sanctions.

100. Stocks slide further amid Ukraine crisis; S&P in correction -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are closing lower on Wall Street Tuesday after Russia sent forces into Ukraine's eastern regions, escalating tensions.

The benchmark S&P 500 index fell 1% to 4,304.76, and is now more than 10% below it's all-time high set in January, what's known as a "correction."