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Brownsville City Council meets, discusses finances, audit report - WBBJ TV
“We Are Happy to get this behind us and move forward, We have already complied with half of the audit findings already and where moving forward,” said Brownsville Mayor Bill Rawls.
Timeline: Milan High School band director charged with multiple sex crimes
A 17-year-old victim accused Jonathan Scruggs, 40, of multiple incidents of criminal sexual activity beginning when she was 15 years old.
US Marshals search for Bolivar fugitive - WBBJ TV
Ereo Scates is wanted for firearms violations, possession of narcotics and violation of probation, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
Tennessee law enforcement officer accused of having sexual contact with teen
Christopher CobbLAUDERDALE COUNTY, Tenn. — A law enforcement officer was charged after allegedly having sexual contact with a 16-year-old girl.Christopher Cobb was working as a Ripley police officer when he made contact with the teen in November of last year. He was subsequently arrested on Hallowee
A special Christmas light show returns to Jackson - WBBJ TV
“Last year was great. We had over 14,000 cars that went through in year one, which really is amazing,” saidPresident and General Manager of Jackson Generals, Jason Compton.
Sears gets a little more time to stay in business
Winter Weather Advisory issued November 15 at 1:11PM CST expiring November 15 at 10:00PM CST in effect for: Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Breckinridge, Bullitt, Butler, Casey, Clark, Edmonson, Fayette, Franklin, Garrard, Grayson, Green, Hancock, Hardin, Harrison, Hart, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Laru
Tennessee veterans' homes failed to report deaths and screen staff, audit says
Three of the four state-operated veterans' homes in Tennessee received below-average scores for quality of care in a recent audit, which also found they failed to report veterans' deaths and failed to conduct background checks on employees. The findings were part of a 114-page report by the Tennesse
Covington is accepting letters of intent to fill unexpired term
When the new board members are sworn in on Tuesday, Nov. 27, the mayor expects they will then choose how and with whom to proceed.
Pregnant Tipton County mother indicted on child sex charges
TIPTON COUNTY, Tenn. -A pregnant woman has been indicted on charges of committing graphic and gruesome crimes against a child. A Tipton County Grand Jury handed down a 13-count indictment against Ashley Thomas, who investigators say is several months pregnant, for child neglect, sexual exploitation,
Restaurant in Bells serves free meals ahead of Thanksgiving - WBBJ TV
“Some people don’t have Thanksgiving, and we want them to have a Thanksgiving lunch as well,” Stacy Salzer said.
Jackson-Madison County library hosts activities for cold, snowy day - WBBJ TV
JACKSON, Tenn. — The Jackson-Madison County library is having fun activities for cold, snowy days like Thursday.
Victim warns of catalytic converter thefts
Flood Warning issued November 15 at 3:35PM CST expiring November 16 at 2:43AM CST in effect for: Cocke Winter Weather Advisory issued November 15 at 1:11PM CST expiring November 15 at 10:00PM CST in effect for: Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Breckinridge, Bullitt, Butler, Casey, Clark, Edmonson, Fayet
Milan band director faces multiple sexual battery, rape charges in Crockett County
Jonathan Scruggs, 40, surrendered to the Crockett County Sheriff's Office with the cooperation of his defense council on Tuesday. Scruggs faces three counts of sexual battery by an authority figure, two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure and two counts of rape in connection with multipl
Happenings in and around Franklin County starting Nov. 16
Bake sale Saturday starting at 8 a.m. at the following locations: B&B Corner Stop in Huntland, Bates Grocery in Winchester and Franklin Farmers Co-op, 2229 Decherd Blvd. in Decherd. Proceeds go to Huntland Class of 2019 Project Graduation.
Mugshots : Madison County : 11/09/18 – 11/13/18 - WBBJ TV
The people in this gallery were booked into the Madison County Jail between 7 a.m. on 11/09/18 and 7 a.m. on 11/13/18.Their inclusion only indicates they were booked into the jail and does not indicate guilt.
Former West Bemis Middle School bookkeeper indicted on theft over $10,000
Judy Hale, the former bookkeeper at West Bemis Middle School in Jackson, has been indicted on theft charges.(Photo: Submitted)
Area cancellations as winter weather nears
Buy Photo(Photo: HELEN COMER/The Jackson Sun)Due to inclement weather in the forecast, some church and other activities have been canceled:First Cumberland Presbyterian Churchon the US 45 Bypass in Jackson will not hold its 5:45 p.m. service WednesdayJackson-Madison County Schools:Extracurricular ac
JMCSS fixing sinkholes at 3 schools in district
“So, is this something like the movies or something smaller?” board member Doris Black asked.
Several appear in court after three-day weekend - WBBJ TV
“Charged with aggravated domestic assault, said he put his hands around her neck and tried to strangle her,” Judge Blake Anderson read from the indictment.
Drivers are urged to take precautions on roads with winter weather - WBBJ TV
JACKSON, Tenn.–With winter weather conditions among West Tennesseans, drivers are urged to take more caution on roads.