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Metro Police believe a hot tub drowning in the Priest Lake area was accidential.
The call went out at 11:30 p.m. on Thursday night in the 3000 block of East Lake Drive.
FOX 17 News has learned that a 20-year-old female drowned in a hot tub at a house. Police do not suspect foul play.
The woman who was visiting the home apparently suffered a head injury. She died in route to the hospital due to blunt head trauma.
FOX 17 News has learned through Davidson County property records that the house is owned by Paul Eichel, owner of Yea Baby's nightclub in south Nashville.
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2 appellate court judges are stepping down
May 24, 2013 21:29 GMT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Two Tennessee appellate court judges have notified Gov. Bill Haslam that they will not run for another term on the bench in the August 2014 retention election.
Patricia J. Cottrell, a judge on the Court of Appeals, and Joseph M. Tipton, who sits on the Court of Criminal Appeals bench, will both leave after September of next year.
The announcements come after the state legislature left Tennessee without a way to replace judges who step down or die when a commission expires at the end of next month.
Members of the soon-to-be-defunct Judicial Nominating Commission will make recommendations for replacements to give to Haslam before the panel expires. Haslam will appoint the replacements from those recommendations.
US durable goods orders rise 3.3 percent in April
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. orders for long-lasting manufactured goods rebounded in April, buoyed by more demand for military and civilian aircraft and an increase in business investment.
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