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  • Step 1: Place an order for a DNA Testing Service
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    Based on your availability, we will select an appointment and confirm it with you. You can either choose to walk into our local Nashville DNA Testing clinic, or have a mobile collector show come to your home.
  • Step 3: The DNA Testing Appointment Itself
    Either at our DNA Testing Center in Nashville or at your home, our trained DNA Test collectors will obtain a sample of DNA by simply rubbing on the inside of the mouth with an item similar to a Q-top. The testing process is very quick. After a few minutes of paperwork, you will be well on your way as your DNA is packaged for processing.
  • Step 4: DNA Laboratory Processing
    Samples are overnight shipped from Nashville to our testing facilities. Our lab technicians generate a "DNA Profile" for each person tested. The lab usually completes the testing within 3 days.
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    As soon as the results are ready, we'll send you via email a lab certified PDF copy of the results. If any other party needs access to the results, we will email them as well. Many courts will accept an emailed version of the results; however hard copies are also available.
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29 Jan 2015 at 6:00 am
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Predators forward Filip Forsberg shows little sign that he's slowing down as a rookie just yet.He became the first Predator ever to score in the All-Star Game as he scored not once but twice in Columbus playing with the league's best, and he didn't stop scoring once he got back to work in Nashville. Forsberg added another goal in his first game back from the break, keeping him as the team's leader with 16 goals this season.Forsberg wasn't even sure if his latest goal went in, just taking a chance throwing the puck at the net Tuesday night in a 4-3 overtime win over Colorado."I kind of heard everyone celebrating, so it was good," Forsberg said.It's been that kind of season for the 20-year-old right wing from Ostervalla, Sweden. He had played 18 games with Nashville combined over the past two seasons under coach Barry Trotz after picking him up from Washington as part of a trade that sent Martin Erat to the Capitals. Forsberg managed only one goal with Nashville and spent most of his time in the AHL in Milwaukee.That prompted him to work hard to make sure he stayed in Nashville, where the Predators currently are second in the Western Conference off to a franchise-best start at 31-10-5."I was just really determined all summer to come back from last season's up-and-down season and try to play good hockey again," Forsberg said. "I always knew I had it in me and I was just trying to prepare as well as possible for this season, and it's been working so far."A coaching change that brought in Peter Laviolette and his offensive approach have been a perfect fit for the 6-foot-1 right wing.Forsberg already has set franchise records with 26 assists and 41 points as a rookie. He also has the team's rookie mark for scoring at least a point in seven consecutive games. With 26 games left starting Thursday night at St. Louis, Forsberg needs three goals to top Alexander Radulov's record of 18 goals in a season set in 2006-07.The rookie credits the Predators with playing a more up-tempo game now under Laviolette, a change from when defense might have been the top priority under Trotz."I want to play offensive hockey and that's what our team wants to do, too, and that fits me pretty good," Forsberg said.Laviolette said the rookie was a deserving late addition to the All-Star Game because of injuries to Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh. Laviolette coached Forsberg with Team Toews but didn't learn until after the game that the rookie had set yet another Nashville mark scoring the Predators' first goals in an All-Star Game."He had a terrific start to this season," Laviolette said.Forsberg has been a favorite for the Calder award for the NHL's top rookie since early this season.He is tied for the league's lead with his 16 goals, and he leads in assists, points and with his plus-25 rating. His 41 points ranks him 26th in the league, and he's tied for third with four-game winning goals. He just missed his fifth game-winner Tuesday night when Nashville gave up a late goal before winning in overtime.For all of Forsberg's creativity and touch with the puck on his stick, he also is helped by playing on Nashville's top line with center Mike Ribeiro, who's tied for sixth in the league with 32 assists."Playing with Mike Ribeiro basically all year really helped me to develop and have this early success," Forsberg said.(Copyright 2015 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
28 Jan 2015 at 11:00 pm
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – One person was killed in a crash that closed a busy Clarksville road for more than 10 hours.Officials said it happened at the 41A bypass and Glendale Drive just after 12 p.m. Wednesday. A gasoline tanker hit a car head on then jackknifed, hit a utility police, and rolled over, according to officers with the Clarksville Police Department.Police said the driver of the car, Wyatt Martin, 20, was killed. He was a member of the military. The driver of the truck was not hurt.Officials added some gas was leaking from the truck. Late Wednesday evening, officials were still on the scene cleaning up the gasoline and clearing the vehicles from the intersection."This is probably one of the most heavily traveled stretches of roadway in Montgomery County. There is a large number of accidents on this stretch of highway but right now we're concentrating our efforts on getting this mess cleaned up," said Deputy Fire Chief Howell Albright. A detour was set up between Vista Lane and 7 Mile Ferry Road. The roadway finally reopened around 11 p.m. The investigation continues into the collision. No other details have been released.
28 Jan 2015 at 10:54 pm
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Nashville Predators have always been especially great with interacting with fans, and on Wednesday part of the Preds’ family made time for some of their youngest ones.The team wives partnered with the United Way at Martha O'Bryan for Family Literacy Day. There were several activities and crafts planned to go along with reading.Wednesday also marked the 10th anniversary of the successful Read to Succeed program.For the wives and girlfriends involved, it was an easy decision to get on board.“Kids are innocent, they're fun, they just love everything and I love that about this. Three, four and five are my favorite ages,” said Danielle Gaustad.The team has several other community events scheduled for later this week. The Predators Foundation made the fun possible.
28 Jan 2015 at 10:00 pm
NASHVILLE, Tenn - More big shakeups for struggling Metro Schools.Five schools will have new principals next year as a part of a dramatic turnaround plan and two more principals are on notice they could be next to be replaced depending on how scores end up this year.The principals being replaced are at schools that haven't improved enough over the last few years.Their replacements were named as MNPS outlined the so-called "Turnaround Leaders" for the district's 12 lowest-performing schools."It’s an aggressive move but one that can bear fruit," said MNPS Director Dr. Jesse Register. "We think in three years we will not have priority schools."All of the principals who will be leaving their schools will stay on the job through the end of this school year.The following is a list provided by MNPS on who will be heading up the 12 priority schools: Buena Vista Enhanced Option Elementary School - Principal Michelle McVicker will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year, contingent upon end-of- - year academic results. This is her third year at Buena Vista. - McVicker is a proven leader with a strong vision to match her school’s unique needs. Buena Vista has - seen strong growth under her leadership. - Federal School Improvement Grant funding expires at the end of this year. - Sustainability for proven strategies in the school’s current SIG-funded turnaround plan will be built into its budget for next year. Inglewood Elementary School - Tracy McPherson will be principal at Inglewood starting in the 2015-16 school year. - McPherson was recruited through a national search process to join the MNPS Turnaround Corps. - She comes from Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools where she is the principal at East Montgomery Elementary School. - She has also worked as a literacy coach and a teacher in elementary and middle school in Metro Schools. - She will begin work in Nashville this spring to build a turnaround plan for Inglewood. - Inglewood will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant and is only eligible for the grant if there is a change in leadership. Kirkpatrick Enhanced Option Elementary School - Kirkpatrick will begin converting to a KIPP charter school next year, beginning with kindergarten and first grade. - Principal Mildred Nelson will remain at Kirkpatrick to manage second through fourth grades. This is her second year at Kirkpatrick. - Nelson’s steady leadership and roots in the community will be essential to the success of both schools. - Nelson will lead a turnaround effort in the upper grades at Kirkpatrick and will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. - The turnaround plan will include a strong partnership with KIPP principal Amy Galloway to ensure a unified school and shared best practices. Napier Enhanced Option Elementary School - Napier principal Dr. Ronald Powe is retiring at the end of this school year. - A new principal from the MNPS Turnaround Corps has been selected, but cannot be named at this time due to current employment obligations. - The new principal is from outside Tennessee and was recruited through a national search process to join the MNPS Turnaround Corps. - She will begin work in Nashville this spring to build a turnaround plan for Napier while also remaining at her current school. - Federal School Improvement Grant funding expires at the end of this year. - The long-term turnaround plan will be build around sustaining programs that work and trying new strategies. Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet Elementary School - Principal Trellaney Lane will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year. This is her first year at Churchwell. - Lane is a strong leader with a deep understanding of the needs at Churchwell. She is well prepared to develop a comprehensive turnaround plan with teacher leaders. - She has already made improvements in her short time at Churchwell and will build on the school’s academic growth. - Federal School Improvement Grant funding expires at the end of this year. - The long-term turnaround plan will be built around sustaining programs that work and trying new strategies. Whitsitt Elementary School - Principal Justin Uppinghouse will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year. This is his first year at Whitsitt. - Uppinghouse is a strong leader and has already made significant improvements at Whitsitt, including a stronger focus on instruction, data and teacher collaboration. - He will craft a turnaround plan tailored to the unique needs of Whitsitt students, who are majority English Learner. - Whitsitt will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. Bailey STEM Magnet Middle Prep - Principal Dr. Christian Sawyer will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year, contingent upon end-of-year academic results. This is his third year at Bailey. - Dr. Sawyer has done a great deal of work to improve achievement and school culture at Bailey. He has also assembled a teaching team that shares his vision. - Federal School Improvement Grant funding expires at the end of this year. - Sustainability for proven strategies in the school’s current SIG-funded turnaround plan will be built into its budget for next year.An East Nashville Advisory Committee, comprised of community volunteers, including representatives from Bailey, is considering recommendations to change feeder patterns in the Stratford and Maplewood clusters to provide predictable pathways from Kindergarten through high school. These changes, if approved by the Board, could impact Bailey, but would not be implemented until the 2016-17 school year. Jere Baxter Middle Prep - Principal Miriam Harrington will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year. This is her first year at Jere Baxter. - Harrington brought much needed vision to Jere Baxter with a sharp focus on improving instruction and data use. - She will craft a turnaround plan built around strengthening these areas and building more parent engagement. - Jere Baxter will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. Joelton Middle Prep - Sean Impeartrice will be principal at Joelton starting in the 2015-16 school year. - Impeartrice was recruited through a national search process to the MNPS Turnaround Corps. - He comes from Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools where he has served as the Chief Academic Officer, chief of all middle schools and, most recently, as a teacher recruiter. - He has also worked as a principal and assistant principal for Franklin Special School District. - He will begin work in Nashville this spring to build a turnaround plan for Joelton. - Joelton will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. Madison Middle Prep - Kelli Lorton will be principal at Madison starting in the 2015-16 school year. - Lorton was recruited through a national search process to the MNPS Turnaround Corps. - She comes from Kansas City, KS, where she has worked as a high school principal, a teacher and in district administration. - She will begin work in Nashville this spring to build a turnaround plan for Madison. - Madison will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. Neely’s Bend Middle Prep - Neely’s Bend will begin converting to a LEAD charter school next year under the Achievement School District, beginning with fifth grade. - Current principal Dr. Barbara Maultsby-Springer has chosen to move to another school beginning in the 2015-16 school year, which will be announced at a later date. - A new principal from the MNPS Turnaround Corps will be chosen and named at a later date. - This spring, the new principal will begin developing an improvement plan. - Neely’s Bend will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant. Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School - Principal Sonia Stewart will remain in place for the 2015-16 school year. This is her third year at Pearl-Cohn. - Stewart has built strong programs and strategies during her time at Pearl-Cohn. - She has led significant changes in Pearl-Cohn’s approach to school culture that have resulted in huge drops in discipline incidents and improved school climate. - She will craft a turnaround plan built around strengthening these areas and more. - Pearl-Cohn will apply for a federal School Improvement Grant.
28 Jan 2015 at 10:00 pm
FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Someone stacked hundreds of The Real Yellow Pages phone books by a dumpster behind The Factory at Franklin and that upset several small business owners.Nearly 500 of the Franklin, Brentwood, Triune and Arrington area phone books were stacked next to a dumpster.JD Johnson discovered the discarded phone books Tuesday. As a small business owner, Johnson said he was upset by the act."You flip the page open and there's thousands of dollars worth of advertising there," Johnson explained.He said the undelivered phone books are a waste of money for many small business owners."They obviously paid someone to deliver them. That's where they should've gone, they were too lazy to put them in the dumpster," Johnson said.On the back cover of the phone book you will find a full page for R&S Flooring in Brentwood."They offered us the back page and bought it this year because we moved to this new location," said Tim Goodwin, owner of R&S Flooring.Even with the internet, Goodwin said the phone book is still an important part of his advertising strategy."To the small businesses, that's real money out of people's pocket that they're trying to capture customers, capture's folks attention. If it's just getting thrown away, that's just a tremendous waste," Goodwin explained.The small business owner said the back cover ad can cost upwards of $1500 a month.He now wonders if that pile of phone books discovered in Franklin is the only pile of discarded phone books out there."It makes me think where there's smoke, there may be fire and there may be piles elsewhere that no one has let anyone know about, or just didn't get to seeing," Goodwin said.A spokeswoman for The Real Yellow Pages said the company has started an investigation into this incident. Kristen Morquecho, the vice president for public relations, also said the company will hold the person responsible for this accountable. She was told a vendor would go to The Factory Wednesday night to pick up the discarded phone books.