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London's Lights officially turned on in Antioch

(Photo: WKRN) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - A gorgeous lights display is lighting up one Antioch street for the holiday season. In a father's effort to honor his late daughter's memory, the "London's lights" display has opened for the season. The display, located on Barnes Rd. behind Lenox Village, fe

WKRN - 2017-11-24 00:24:39

'How do you forgive someone that just shot you and your wife?' Antioch minister shows the way.

Minister Joey Spann knew he needed to be at the first Sunday service after the deadly shooting that terrorized his congregation. The 66-year-old minister, who was shot twice in the Sept. 24 attack at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, did not have the physical strength to preach that day, but he stil


Wilson County assisted living facility catches fire, residents forced to evacuate

MT.JULIET, Tenn. (WKRN) - An assisted living facility in Mt. Juliet caught fire Friday, forcing residents to evacuate the building. Mt. Juliet Fire Department was called to Mt. Juliet Health Care in the 1600 block of N. Mt.Juliet Rd. around 9 p.m. Friday evening. Firefighters went in and found a roo

WKRN - 2017-11-25 04:00:37

Police Seek Man In East Nashville Murder

NASHVILLE, TN -- Metro Police are searching for a 40-year-old man in connection with the shooting death of Horace Whitley near the James Cayce Homes Tuesday. The body of Whitley, 39, was found in a treeline near the Martha O'Bryan Center around 12:30 Tuesday afternoon, an hour after a shots-fired ca

PATCH - 2017-11-23 15:52:46

Police: Man arrested after letting 8-year-old child drive, causing crash

(Courtesy: WTEN) WHITEHALL, N.Y. (WTEN) - A man is facing a number of charges after police say he let an 8-year-old child drive a car. Brett Reynolds, 36, is accused of taking his mother's car without permission and letting the child sit on his lap without a seat belt and steer the car while he wa

WKRN - 2017-11-24 21:28:30

Metro police looking for suspect in armed robbery

(Photo: WKRN) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Metro police are trying to locate an a man who robbed a gas station at gunpoint Friday afternoon. Police said the man entered the Delta Express on Harding Place and robbed the clerk at gunpoint. Officers said the suspect then took cash from the register and

WKRN - 2017-11-25 02:39:04

Lovin' It: McDonald's accidental Black Friday tweet goes viral

(Courtesy: McDonald's Twitter via KRON) SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - McDonald's apparently sent an accidental tweet just before Black Friday, and Twitter is lovin' it. In what appears to be a placeholder, or reminder, to send an actual Black Friday tweet, the company sent this: It was posted at 10 p.m.

WKRN - 2017-11-24 20:14:39

44 pounds of marijuana found in luggage at Nashville airport

(Photo: WKRN) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - More than 40 pounds of marijuana were discovered inside luggage at Nashville International Airport. According to an affidavit, airport police seized 44 pounds of marijuana from luggage unclaimed at a carousel Tuesday night. The luggage came from a Delta Air

WKRN - 2017-11-24 13:21:19

Meet a Dreamer who works hard, lives in Los Banos and wants to be a doctor

DACA, for many people, is just an acronym they have heard of or have seen in the news. For Jose, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is his lifeline to the future. Jose lives in Los Banos and a is 20-year-old student at the Los Banos Campus of Merced College. Jose is not his real name (I've

LOS BAÑOS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 17:54:00

David J. Silva: Lie-detector tests could help put harassment charges to rest

It seems that there are a lot of accusations being made regarding sexual harassment against some very high-profile men. Many more women are coming forth with new allegations. There is a very simple solution to the problem: have everyone involved take a lie-detector test. Anyone who refuses should no


Ambulance management contract decision expected

The board which oversees operations of West Side Community Ambulance is expected to select a management firm at its Tuesday, Oct. 28, meeting. Representatives of two firms presented management contract proposals to the board in a special meeting held last Wednesday. The Sierra Medical Services Allia


'Olde Fashioned Christmas at Home' set for Saturday

GUSTINE - A full day of holiday festivities is in store Saturday in Gustine, where the community will host its annual "Old-Fashioned Christmas at Home." The event, which has become a Gustine tradition since its inception as a community breakfast more than 20 years ago, is as much a staple of Thanksg


New chief on board at GPD - The West Side Index & Gustine Press-Standard: Local News

Medeiros is a 40-year law enforcement veteran who comes to Gustine after a 16-year tenure with the Escalon Police Department. There, Medeiros was a member of the management team while Dunford was police chief. Dunford had been serving in a dual role as city manager and police chief since being named


A time to give thanks, and to share our blessings

I consider myself very fortunate to have so much for which to be thankful....life's gifts which I appreciate every day and never, ever take for granted. Kat and I are truly blessed in our lives together, and our children and grandchildren are joys in our lives. We fully understand that the most impo


WHAT'S HAPPENING - Nov. 23 - The West Side Index & Gustine Press-Standard: What's Happening

Newman Tots, an organization which provides gifts and clothing to local youth in need at the holidays, will hold its second annual Christmas tree auction Thursday, Nov. 30, at the West Side Theatre. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the auction to begin at 6. Refreshments will be provided. Rigatoni, sal


Beware of the bureaucrats - The West Side Index & Gustine Press-Standard: Toni Butero

Ronald Reagan had some memorable quotes through his years in public life, especially ones that succinctly framed government work, or government insanity, as the case may be. Quotable little words that still stick in my brain more than 30 years later. "People keep looking to the government for the an


Surge In Identity Thefts In Wheaton

WHEATON, IL - Wheaton Police reported a surge in identity theft in the week preceding Thanksgiving. The suspect(s) use their victims' social security numbers, names, addresses, and other information to open fraudulent accounts and perform transactions. Nov. 13 Shortly after midnight, suspect(s) us

PATCH - 2017-11-24 23:16:17

Wheaton Metra Station Damaged by Accidental Fire, Closed Indefinitely

A fire damaged the Wheaton Metra station late Wednesday, and the west suburban station will be closed until further notice. Crews responded at 10:50 p.m. to the fire alarm at 402 W. Front St. and found a blaze in a storage and furnace room on the north side of the building, according to the Wheaton

NBC CHICAGO - 2017-11-23 16:55:26

Fire Engulfs Wheaton Metra Station: Report

WHEATON, IL - Fire crews responded to reports of a blaze late Friday at the Wheaton Metra station. The fire broke out around 11 p.m. and was quickly upgraded to a box alarm, which designates a high-risk fire, according to a report from Tri-State Fire Alert. Several fire trucks and emergency vehicle


Metra train service resumes after overnight fire at Wheaton station

WHEATON, Ill. - A fire broke out overnight at the Metra station in Wheaton. Fire officials say the fire started in the storage area of the furnace room. No one was in the building when fire crews arrived, and no injuries were reported. The station sustained fire and water damage. Metra says the Whea

WGNTV.COM - 2017-11-23 13:39:07