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Second ATV rider arrested for reckless driving after chaotic group ride last weekend

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Another ATV rider believed to be part of the same group that was driving recklessly through Nashville Saturday morning was arrested. Lemarcus Walker is now in police custody, charged with reckless driving.


ROUNDUP: Music, hikes, history in and around Brentwood this weekend

Brentwood residents are in for pleasant weather in the day ahead. According to the National Weather Service, Friday night’s forecast calls for mostly clear skies with a low around 34 degrees. Saturday will see winds around five miles per hour with a high near 60 degrees, with mostly cloudy skies in


Brentwood man helping first responders through support line

First responders deal with some of the most difficult and traumatic situations each and every day. It can weigh heavily on them, and a Midstate man wants to help those who help others.


Brentwood leaders approve new community-inspired logo

PHOTO: The new Brentwood community logo is seen on a screen at the City Commission Briefing on March 21, 2019 at City Hall in Brentwood, Tenn. / Photo by Rachael Long. While the City of Brentwood spends much of its resources and time promoting its 50th anniversary celebrations, city leaders are alre


2-year-old Tennessee girl shot in head while playing in backyard: report

A two-year-old girl is reportedly in critical condition after she was shot by a stray bullet while playing in her backyard on March 15. Ariel Salaices was with her two older brothers on a slide when she was hit in the head, ABC News reported, citing the Johnson County Sherriff’s Department.


SOFTBALL: County teams get going with seasons

The soggy start to the 2019 softball season led to some rescheduling in the first week of the season, but many teams found a way to get out of town for spring break and thrive in tournament play. One team hosted a tournament to honor a former player.


Vanderbilt men's basketball coach Bryce Drew fired

NASHVILLE (WSMV) - Bryce Drew is out as the Vanderbilt men’s basketball coach. "Vanderbilt is committed to competing at the highest levels on and off the court. After careful consideration, we've decided to make a change to the leadership of our men's basketball program," said AD Malcolm Turner in a


Woman attacked at popular Nashville park in broad daylight

Ana Cahill says she's still shaken up after a man grabbed her by the arm and threatened to kill her if she screamed. It happened Tuesday around noon while she was walking at Bicentennial Park near downtown Nashville. Cahill tells News4 a man approached her near the fountains and said hello.


How to check your status and schedule for Brentwood’s free chipper service

Spring has officially arrived. As the air gets warmer, many residents may find it’s now time to clean the brush from their yards. The City of Brentwood’s Public Works Department offers a chipper service, which makes its rounds to help clear yard debris. A schedule, updated daily, shows the chipper r


Convicted felon arrested on drug charges in Franklin

FRANKLIN, TN (WSMV) - A convicted felon is facing multiple drug charges in Franklin after being arrested on Wednesday. Dej-Avery Williams, 22, is charged with felony drug possession, felony evading, possession of drug paraphernalia, simple possession and driving on a suspended license.


Tennessee House advances contentious anti-discrimination bill as critics argue it's discriminatory

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed legislation barring state or local governments from taking "discriminatory action" against companies over owners' employee pay, health and anti-discrimination policies when they seek public contracts or economic incentives.


Parks adds to Realtor team

Parks in Brentwood recently welcomed Shawnna Simpson to the Parks Family of REALTORS®. “I love the philosophy in which Parks is built,” Simpson said. “It truly feels like a family and everyone is focused on helping each other serve the client in the best way possible. Parks also provides an entire m


Chef Jake Howell of Peninsula Lands the Trophy at Iron Fork 2019

This year’s secret ingredient, agave syrup, sweetened the fiery competition. This year’s Iron Fork, the annual Scene event that pits four chefs in heated battle to please a panel of judges and take home the trophy, featured an unusually sweet aspect in the form of this year’s secret ingredient — aga


Speaker Glen Casada: ‘There Will Be Some Oversight and a Push for Further Deep Oversight’ of Williamson County Schools ‘White Privilege’ In-Service Training

Tennessee Speaker of the House Glen Casada said on Thursday he favors legislative oversight into how and why Williamson County Schools are conducting “white privilege” in-service training for teachers this academic year, in apparent violation of state law.


6 recent vendor contracts, go-lives

Six recent health IT vendor contracts and go-lives:. 1. Vanderbilt LifeFlight, Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center's critical air transport service, uses Epic's mobile app that lets nurses and paramedics access a patient's health records while in flight.


Residents say apartment complex towed dozens of cars without warning

People in the Melrose community are turning to News4 after they said dozens of cars were towed from their parking garage without warning. It happened at the 23Hundred Berry Hill apartments.


Elderly Tennessee woman mauled to death by pack of dogs, owner to possibly face charges

After an elderly Pickett County woman is mauled to death by six of her neighbor’s dogs, the District Attorney’s Office says they’re getting closer to the end of their investigation, and the possibility of charges for the dogs’ owner.


Victim spots robbery suspect 1 day after crime, calls police

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - A man accused of jumping over a hotel counter and threatening the clerk with a knife is now in jail after Metro Police say the clerk saw the suspect a day after the robbery and called officers.


Metro School Board goes behind closed doors without director

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Amid continuing questions about the future of Schools Director Dr. Shawn Joseph, the Metro School Board abruptly went into executive session Friday afternoon to meet with Metro lawyers.


Annual Hard Bargain Association dinner is coming up on April 2

ABOVE: Hard Bargain Association members Pastor Mike Smith, Freddie Haddox, Pastor Walter Amos and Pastor Scott Roley. // HARD BARGAIN ASSOCIATION. Hard Bargain Association is gearing up to host their annual Hard Bargain Celebration Dinner on Tuesday, April 2 at the Williamson County Enrichment Cente