The days of watching your kids struggle to find summer jobs may soon be over, and it's all thanks to a new Nashville program that will connect young people with thousands of jobs.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The days of watching your kids struggle to find summer jobs may soon be over, and it's all thanks to a new Nashville program that will connect young people with thousands of jobs.
Friday, Mayor Megan Barry launched "Opportunity NOW."
It's an online portal where students can fill out a resume and choose from over 10,000 jobs or internships, and all of the openings are paid.
Creators of the portal said there's something special on there for every age group.
The portal has been up and running with more jobs expected to be added in the coming weeks. To access the portal, click here.
Emergency crews responded to the scene of a large fire at an apartment complex.
A Storm 5 Alert was issued for this weekend as strong storms and flooding hit the area.
He is in federal custody in California and is expected to be arraigned in Sacramento.
Severe weather over the weekend caused problems for several residents whose properties were flooded.
Authorities in Maury County said two people were safe after their vehicle was swept away in flood waters.
Two people were injured in a head-on crash involving a wrong-way driver in Williamson County.
A 19-year-old has been shot during what he said was an attempted robbery.
Two people were shot in an incident in Clarksville, and police said they're still tracking down all the details.
An effort to honor one of Nashville's most prominent pastors became official.