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Suspect pursued on electric shopping cart arrested again in Crossville
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) - A Crossville woman accused earlier this month of riding a stolen electric shopping cart slowly down the highway has been arrested again on allegations she vandalized the building of a radio station and threatened an employee with a hammer.
STREET DEPARTMENT REPORTS ROAD RESTRICTION IN CROSSVILLE
The City of Crossville Street Department will have Tenth Street down to a single lane of traffic today. Motorists are advised to use caution when traveling in this area, or to use alternate routes, if possible.
3.6 magnitude earthquake hits West Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — You probably didn't feel it, but a strong earthquake rattled a small town in West Tennessee. The United States Geological Survey reported a 3.6 magnitude earthquake at 5:56 a.m. Wednesday, 7.5 miles northwest of Dyersburg in northwest Tennessee.
Crossville man taken into custody for reckless endangerment after threatening suicide
CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — 56-year-old Jesse Spivey was taken into custody on charges of domestic assault and reckless endangerment for pushing a family member down and threatening them with a knife.
Kentucky rattled by Tennessee earthquake
BOGOTA, Tenn. (WKYT) - An earthquake in Tennessee early Wednesday morning could be felt in parts of Kentucky. The United States Geological Survey says a magnitude 3.6 earthquake was two miles south of Bogota, Tennessee, which is north of Dyersburg, Tennessee.
Tennessee woman accused of raping 4-year-old boy
MEMPHIS (WSMV) - A west Tennessee woman has been arrested and charged with raping a 4-year-old boy. According to arrest records, 24-year-old Tamara Marion is facing multiple charges of especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor and rape of a child.
Pedestrian struck by vehicle identified
Crossville Police have released a traffic crash report identifying the person who was struck by a vehicle Monday at the intersection of Lantana Rd. at Miller Ave. Kelly Jo Sanders, 39, no address available, has been identified as the person who was walking east on the sidewalk beside Lantana Rd. and
Tennessee earthquake upgraded to 3.7 magnitude
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--An earthquake that shook West Tennessee on Wednesday morning has been upgraded to a magnitude 3.7 by the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake was originally reported as a 3.6 after shaking the region early Wednesday. According to the intensity map by the USGS, the earthquake was big e
CUMBERLAND COUNTY PIECEMAKERS QUILT GUILD SEEKS ENTRANTS FOR ANNUAL SHOW
The Cumberland County Piecemakers Quilt Guild is now accepting entries for its 10th Biennial Mountain Memories Quilt Show, scheduled for June 14-15 at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds, 1398 Livingston Road in Crossville.
Officials increase magnitude of earthquake that rattled West Tennessee
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake hit Dyersburg, Tennessee early Wednesday morning. The earthquake was recorded just minutes before 6 a.m. According to officials in Dyersburg, there have not been any reports of damage or injuries.
Earthquake occurs Wednesday morning in western Tennessee
WSIL -- According to the United States Geological Survey, a 3.6 magnitude earthquake occurred Wednesday morning at 5:54 a.m. around seven miles north-northwest of Dyersburg, Tennessee. The earthquake occurred at a depth of nearly nine miles.
HAMMER-TOTING SALLY SELBY ARRESTED FOR VANDALISM, BLAMES TONY PERRY
Crossville police responded Saturday morning to a report of vandalism in progress at PEG Broadcasting on Miller Avenue. They found 45-year-old Sally Renae Selby, tearing apart the front porch and railings with a hammer.
Crossville man arrested after armed standoff
CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Monday night after an armed standoff. Deputies were initially responding to a report of a suicidal man along Muddy Branch Lane in Crossville.
Kentucky, Tennessee report most cases E. coli illnesses linked to ground beef
GALLATIN, Tenn.--The Gallatin Police Department is urging residents to be cautious of a phone scam where citizens are getting recorded messages claiming to be from the FBI. Gallatin Police say residents are receiving the recorded messages stating the resident's social security number was compromised
Earthquake shakes northwest Tennessee
There was a rare earthquake this morning in northwest Tennessee. According to the United States Geological Survey, a 3.6 earthquake was centered just north of Dyerburg. It could be felt as far east as Jackson and in parts of Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas.
ARMED STANDOFF WITH CUMBERLAND COUNTY DEPUTIES MONDAY NIGHT
Crossville, TN – Deputies with the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a suicidal man Monday evening at approximately 5:56 pm to a residence located at 330 Muddy Branch Lane. Deputy Ray Seiber arrived on the scene and observed a man sitting on the front porch of the residence w
Patterson looking forward to other things
Criminal Court Judge David Patterson smiled, looked relaxed and at times appeared to have had a weight lifted from him since announcing suddenly he planned to retire effective June 30.
Rhea man found dead on Sunday
Officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation [TBI] are looking into the death of a Rhea County man whose body was found on Sunday. According to reports, the body of 45-year-old John Thomas Williams was found this past weekend after he had been missing since Thursday from Dayton.
Transgender plaintiffs sue Tennessee to change birth certificate gender
When Jason Scott wanted to attend community college in Seattle, he needed a high school transcript, and he couldn’t get that without a birth certificate. The only problem was that Scott is transgender and his Tennessee birth certificate lists him as female.
American Lung Association grades air pollution for each Tennessee county
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--The American Lung Association's 'State of the Air 2019' report gives some Tennessee counties poor grades and one a failing grade. The report uses the most recent air pollution data as provided by the EPA for the two most widespread types of pollution -ozone and particle pollution.