Homicides in Nashville rose to 84 last year, the highest number of killings in the city since 97 people died in 2005, The Tennessean reports. At the same time, the year saw a 40 percent drop in youth killings over 2015, when 20 youths were slain, a total that prompted Mayor Megan Barry to launch an initiative aimed at . . .
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