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Brentwood 'targeted' deadly drive-by shooting suspects arrested in Arizona
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — The suspects in a Brentwood"targeted" deadly drive-by shooting were captured in Arizona on Thursday. Lyndsey Bronston, 18, and Dustin Russell, 24, were wanted on outstanding warrants charging them with criminal homicide in connection to a deadly shooting at a Dozier Court h
Franklin police: Cool Springs Macy's robbery suspects at large, made 'brazen' getaway
A thief stole thousands in merchandise from the Cool Springs Macy's and then rammed a police car while fleeing the scene last week, Franklin Police say. On Dec. 7, four suspects took part in a large shoplifting spree at the Macy's in Franklin, making out with approximately $4,500 worth of products.
Brentwood: 5 Nearby Open Houses To Stop By
BRENTWOOD, TN — Browsing homes for sale on the internet can make you feel like you're going in circles. Photos won't always demonstrate what a house has to offer, and they can often make a fixer-upper seem quite a bit cuter than it is in reality. That's why open houses are so nifty: No more guessing
Tennessee’s governor is still weighing clemency for Cyntoia Brown
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Cyntoia Brown, who’s serving life in prison for killing a man who bought her for sex when she was 16, could still be freed soon. The Tennessee Supreme Court last week ruled Brown would have to serve at least 51 years in prison for the 2004 killing before she’s eligible for release
Brentwood Mayor Burgin to lead Heritage Foundation’s Main Street program
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN has hired outgoing Mayor of Brentwood Jill Burgin as executive director of the Main Street program. “I am so excited about the opportunity to continue serving Williamson County through the Downtown Franklin Association,” said Burgin. “My experience wi
Middle Tennessee doctor charged with running 'massive opioid distribution' & fraud scheme
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Clarksville doctor has been indicted for allegedly running a "massive opioid distribution and healthcare fraud scheme" according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Metro Police investigating 7 bomb threats, similar threats coming in across Middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Metro Police are investigating numerous bomb threats received at the Emergency Communications Center. The threats involve 7 locations so far. TEMA, tells News 2 there are threats statewide. And similar threats are coming into other cities around the nation.
Outgoing Brentwood Mayor Jill Burgin hired to lead Franklin Main Street Program
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has hired outgoing Mayor of Brentwood Jill Burgin as executive director of the Main Street program. Franklin’s Main Street program, also known as the Downtown Franklin Association, is accredited through the National Main Street Center, a division of the N
Catholic deacon removed from ministry after calling for independent investigation of sex abuse allegations
A Catholic deacon, who called for an independent investigation after the Nashville diocese released the names of priests accused of sexual abuse, has been removed from ministry at his Brentwood parish.
Warrants issued for 2 suspects in Brentwood homicide
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WKRN) - Brentwood police have taken out warrants against two suspects for a murder earlier this month. 18-year-old Lyndsey Bronston and 24-year-old Dustin Russell are both wanted on outstanding criminal homicide warrants. The warrants stem from a homicide that happened on Dec. 3 in
No explosives reported in Middle Tennessee after bomb threats demanding ransom flooded U.S. cities
Nashville was one of numerous U.S. cities targeted in a nationwide string of bomb threats Thursday afternoon. There were no reports that any actual explosive devices had been discovered, USA TODAY found, but the threats alone forced many police departments to monitor and investigate.
Former state lawmaker owns property where Brentwood teen Lucas Davis was found dead
The property where Brentwood High School football player Lucas Davis was found dead in October is owned by a former Tennessee state lawmaker. Earl C. Shacklett Jr. served one term in the Tennessee Legislature from 1970 to 1972. He was also appointed by the Metro Council to fill a vacancy in the stat
Councilwoman in Tennessee requests to rename Nashville airport after Oprah
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - TV legend Oprah Winfrey has roots in Nashville that could soon stretch to Nashville International Airport. A councilwoman is proposing changing the name of Nashville’s main airport to Oprah G. Winfrey International Airport.
Brentwood TN Police: Suspects named in Dozier Court fatal drive-by shooting, still on the loose
Brentwood Police have identified two suspects in the fatal Dec. 3 drive-by shooting that killed a man in his home on Dozier Court. Warrants charging Lyndsey Bronston, 18, and Dustin Russell, 24, with criminal homicide have been filed, police said Tuesday. The suspects are still at large.
Police reports detail violent history of Brentwood man who killed wife
BRENTWOOD, TN (WSMV) - Police reports obtained by News4 are painting a clearer picture of the relationship between police and Jerry Matthews, the man who fatally stabbed his wife in their Governors Way home on November 20 of this year. Matthews' father-in-law killed him during the incident.
Two Williamson County communities are fastest growing in Tennessee
Tennessee's fastest growing communities are nestled in Williamson County. Spring Hill and Thompson's Station have exploded with incoming residents, and now the communities show the fastest population growth in the state.
For bargain hunters, this weekend offers opportunities to give and receive
This is a busy cheap weekend, with a chance to get into the Nashville Zoo for free, a Ford Free Day at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the monthly flea market, several Wishing Chair Productions performances of "Cinderella" and some popular free Christmas concerts at churches around town.
Tennessee Gov.-elect Bill Lee taps Williamson County sheriff as new state safety commissioner
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov.-elect Bill Lee on Monday continued filling out his cabinet, announcing appointments to four departments — Safety and Homeland Security, Commerce and Insurance, Financial Institutions and Tourist Development.
Nashville man attacked, called N-word at grocery store; stranger defends him
A Nashville man says he was attacked at a local grocery store all because of the shoes he was wearing. Jacobi Campbell says five men began harassing him as soon as he walked into the store.
Judge Bean’s BBQ Closes Franklin Location
Judge Bean’s BBQ announced the closures of their Franklin restaurant, located at 509 Hillsboro Road. The restaurant posted a message on Facebook Monday stating the Franklin location was officially closed but the original location in Brentwood remains open.