Weekend Rewind: President Trump's fiery response to new White House tell-all book
Check out the top stories that made headlines over the weekend, including Trump's response to a new White House tell-all book.
Jeremy Tucker, the vice president of marketing and communications at Nissan, opens up about the work the company does in Nashville through employment programs, scholarships and more.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers criticized fans who yelled out while the anthem was played and at least one NFL player said he has received death threats after President Trump's NFL comments.
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Good morning at Reno nine and I don't Ryan Smith for the top stories on this Friday may first we begin with fresh protests in cities across the country. After the death of Freddie gray. The overnight curfew and Baltimore's holding what most residents off the streets there shortly after it went into
Cleveland Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey appears as a fraction of his 6'2" frame in the popular game.
Tim Shaw, 30, is the latest NFL veteran to be diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease.
Jonathan "Tig" Willard rescued the Hubbard family in Tennessee after their engine caught fire.