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At least 3 injured in Leoma buggy crash
Emergency crews are responding to a crash involving an Amish buggy in Leoma, Tenn. in Lawrence County.The crash happened Wednesday afternoon near Story and Lee on Highway 43.At least three people were injured in the crash. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time.Stay with News4 for upda
Multiple Injuries Reported In Buggy Crash In Lawrence County
LEOMA, Tenn. - Multiple injuries were reported in a crash involving an Amish buggy in Lawrence County.According to WLX Radio, the crash happened on Highway 43 South in Leoma.Multiple agencies responded to the scene, and officials asked drivers to avoid the area if possible.We will update this story
New Music City Star station to open Aug. 27; schedules to change
The new schedule that will be effective Aug. 27 will essentially move up times for passengers at the other five outlying stations — Donelson, Hermitage, Mt. Juliet, Martha and Lebanon — by a few minutes, according to the Regional Transportation Authority. The Music City Star arrives and leaves downt
Fatal Crash Closes Highway 76 In Robertson County
WHITE HOUSE, Tenn. - A fatal crash has closed a portion of Highway 76 in Robertson County.The incident happened Tuesday afternoon in the area of Pleasant Grove Road and Union Road.Tennessee Highway Patrol officials confirmed that at least one person was killed in the two-car crash.HAPPENING NOW H
PARIS TN: New bridge started on Olive Road
Henry County Highway Department track hoe operator Andy Bratton Wednesday afternoon widens the area for a new bridge to be constructed on Olive Road, between Seldom Seen Lane and the Jones Bend Road/Highway 140 intersection south of Cottage Grove. It will likely take two-three weeks before the road
Livingston Academy Marching Band: Successful band takes money, commitment
By Mac McLeod,OCN SportsNext time you see a youngster jumping up and down at a parking lot either on your way into or out of Livingston, chances are it’s a member of the Livingston Academy Band and they are promoting one of their many fundraisers.It takes a skill to play an instrument for sure, but
1 Killed In Algood Plant Explosion
ALGOOD, Tenn. - A man has died after an industrial accident at a plant in Putnam County.Algood Police say 65-year-old Dewey Mayberry was killed after a cap came loose from a highly pressurized tank and hit Mayberry in the chest.Mayberry was taken to Cookeville Regional Medical Center where he was pr
Coroner: Inmate dies after lawn mower overturned on him
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TBI issues endangered child alert for missing Tennessee baby
ENDANGERED CHILD ALERT: We need your help to find this 11-month-old baby, missing out of Putnam County, who may be in the company of his non-custodial mother.Have you seen Mason Nicholson? Call 1-800-TBI-FIND!Please help spread the word!#MissingKids#Tennessee#Cookevillepic.twitter.com/Q7OI1AeFlC
1 Killed In Rutherford County Crash
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - One person was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Rutherford Count on Halls Hill Pike.According to Rutherford County Fire and Rescue crews, the 7600 area of Halls Hill Pike near Kitrell Road was closed around 3 p.m. Monday.Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers investigated the ser
Lockdown: Gun turns out to be walking cane
Three schools inside Livingston city limits went into lockdown Wednesday, Aug. 8 after a report of someone with a gun near A.H. Roberts Elementary School.Along with A.H. Roberts Elementary, Livingston Middle School and Livingston Academy were all placed on lockdown until the threat could be investig
Medical Bills Pile Up For Survivors of Fatal Head-On Crash
GREENBRIER, Tenn. - Four survivors of a late July head on collision were sent to the hospital with serious injuries, but potentially high medical bills have family members worried whether they can cover the cost.
Commodities distribution set for August 21
Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) will hold a commodities distribution for Overton County on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon at Livingston Church of Christ, 215 East Main Street, Livingston.
Turn craziness over to Christ
An Addict’s Journeyby Phillip Lee, Albany, KYI see crazy behavior in many folks today. Most of them don’t have a clue as to the effect drugs, their use and abuse, have had on their lives.They consider their behavior and actions to be normal, if not honorable and respectful. Sometimes, I can’t help b
County considers purchase of equipment to alleviate problem at detention center
Wayne County Fiscal Court will consider purchasing a Channel Master to be placed in the lift station at the detention center. The piece of equipment will help alleviate an ongoing problem that has occurred at the lift station for several years, according to Scott Upchurch, who is manager of the Mont
Warren Co. Deputies Search For Missing Mentally Ill Man
Ryan King, 26, of bowling Green got out of a vehicle at the intersection of Morgantown Road and Veterans Memorial Highway around 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the area of Walmart.
Boma says farewell to aldermen, replaces police cars
Outgoing Alderman Lana Sain hugs Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman as he thanks for her for service on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. The three outgoing aldermen were sent off during the Tuesday, Aug. 7 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.By Casey Watts, Editor
Man found dead on Lake Cumberland
BRONSTON, Ky. (WYMT/WKYT) -Our sister stationWKYT reportsa man was identified after he was found dead in Lake Cumberland.The Pulaski County Coroner says Marion Jones, 55, of Nicholasville fell off a boat and hit his head.This happened Sunday afternoon.This story will be updated with more information
PARIS TN: Guns, jewelry stolen from home
Five firearms and a jewelry box were taken during a Thursday break-in at a Memorial Drive home.Henry County Sheriff’s Sgt. Brian Davis spoke with a woman at the residence. She said someone had broken in, stolen five guns, a jewelry box containing $400 in change and a gold ring worth $200.The guns in
Hicks gets a year on drug conviction
Felicia Dawn Hicks (aka Young), 31, of Monticello, pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree Possession of a Controlled Substance (first offense, methamphetamine) through Pulaski County's Rocket Docket program, which expedites cases by waiving the grand jury process.