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Police radio channels will soon go silent for public in Nashville and Williamson County
Co-owner of Pearl Diver, Ben Clemons says East Nashville businesses work together to keep the community safer. “Always watching out for each other,” Clemons said. East Nashville is also home to a Facebook neighborhood watch page with more than 11,000 members.
Brentwood’s Coffey, BA’s Gore, Fairview’s Clevenger all take state wrestling titles
Williamson County wrestlers found some success on the mat in Saturday’s final round of the TSSAA individual wrestling state tournament, and a few local wrestlers even walked away with some hardware.
Man discovers dead body in his son's vehicle
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — In the early morning hours of Saturday, the fire department received a call regarding a man sleeping in a car who could not be woken up. According to the man who made the call, he had come outside of his home to ask a known homeless man to get out of his son's vehicle.
Faces of Williamson County: “Coach Mickey Marley” Episode 3
Williamson County of decades past was a much different place. Growing up in the Kingfield community near Leiper’s Fork, Mickey Marley experienced a simpler, less-crowded way of life.
Williamson County lawmakers give insights on school funding bill and others
Members of the Williamson County Board of Education gathered early Saturday morning to meet with the Williamson County delegation to discuss legislation that could affect the district during the 111th General Assembly.
Huge Turnout at Williamson County GOP Victory Party
FRANKLIN, Tennessee–A huge crowd turned out for the Williamson County GOP Victory Party held at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin on Saturday night. More than 300 people attended the event, which featured speeches from Rep. Mark Green (R-TN-07), Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Speaker of the Tenne
Injury accident on I-24 in Antioch
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Multiple injuries are reported after several vehicles crashed on I-24 West at Bell Road in Antioch at 11:30 a.m. Emergency responders are on scene. The shoulder is blocked. The accident is expected to be cleared by 1 p.m.
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center Hosts Inaugural Pawsome Gala
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (Friends of WCAC) announces A Pawsome Gala, Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the Barn at Sycamore Farms in Arrington, TN. The evening will benefit the Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin. Guests will enjoy a delicious buffet dinner, live and silent auctio
Coyotes attack pets in West Tennessee
HENDERSON COUNTY, Tenn. — There are reports of coyote attacks on animals in West Tennessee. “Anything that’s wooded, that’s out away from people and traffic, that’s where they hang out. They’ll hang out right along the property line of your property,” said Lexington Animal Control officer Brandon Mc
Friends of the Fairview Public Library searching for volunteers for book sales
The Friends of the Fairview Public Library are busy sorting books for the upcoming book sale and trying to get the word out that the popular semi-annual sales are moving back home to the library, where they started in 2008.
Police vehicle collides with a power pole, walks away unharmed
TENNESSEE CITY, TENN. (WTVF) — A Dickson County Sheriff's Deputy is unharmed after his patrol car hit a pole early Saturday morning. According to the Tennessee City Fire Department, the arrived at the intersection of Hortense Road and Union Road around 1:30 a.m. to find the officer's patrol vehicle
Miranda Lambert Reveals She Married Brendan Mcloughlin...Surprise!
Surprise! Miranda Lambert is married again. The 35-year-old country star revealed the news on Instagram on Saturday, alongside a photo of her and her husband in their wedding attire.
Second fatal case of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease reported in Middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - For the second time in less than a month, a Tennessee family is mourning a loved one who died from Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, something doctors say is a one-in-a-million diagnosis.
Obtaining a carry permit in Tennessee
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) - After Wednesday, where a man shot his wife at a dentist office, Sullivan County Sheriff Jeff Cassidy is calling one man a hero. Larry Seagroves, who was a patient in the office and a handgun carry permit owner, shot the suspect and held him until law enforcement arrived.
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Employee Reportedly Removed for Misconduct
Officials with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation reportedly removed a deputy commissioner this week after investigating alleged workplace misconduct, according to the Nashville-based WSMV.
Teen Charged and in Custody From Murfreesboro Road ATM Armed Robbery
Franklin Police have charged 18-year-old Ryan Craddock, of Nashville, with Aggravated Robbery. Just before 8:00 p.m. on January 31, a victim was robbed at gunpoint at the Murfreesboro Road Bank of America, in Franklin.
East Tennessee congressman speaks out on undocumented students
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) - An East Tennessee congressman says schools in his district are having to hire more English language learning teachers due to an influx in undocumented students.
Trump loses coal fight to Tennessee Valley Authority
The Tennessee Valley Authority's board voted Thursday to close 2 coal plants in a lopsided decision that thwarted President Trump's pressure to support coal. Why it matters: The TVA votes underscore the tough economics facing coal-fired power, which is steadily losing market share to gas and renewab
Community mourns fallen Page graduate Vaughan, GoFundMe page established
A GoFundMe page has been set up to honor the memory of a former Page High School student and athlete as the Patriots community mourns his loss. Per the page, 2018 graduate Daniel Vaughan was killed in an auto mobile accident Thursday, and a fund has been started to assist the Vaughan family with med
10 Brentwood Street Names with a Story to Tell
Street names tell a lot about the history of a city. If you live or travel through Brentwood often, you’ve probably driven these streets dozens, if not, hundreds of times, but do you know the story behind these streets? Brentwood’s rich history is reflected in the names of many of the streets. In ce