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Alabama Restaurant Hall of Fame
All Steak Restaurant, Cullman (1938) In 1934, Millard Buchman opened a restaurant in Pulaski, Tenn., that he had planned to call All Steak Hamburgers, but, according to legend, when it came time to buy a sign, Buchman didn't have enough money to add "Hamburgers" to it, so it simply became All Steak.
Fugitive sex-offender soccer coach headed back to Ohio after arrest in Tennessee
A former Ohio soccer coach, who has been on the run since he was convicted in November of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl on his team, was captured when a woman he met on a dating site researched him and alerted authorities.
Rebels top Giles County for second straight win
The Franklin County High School Rebels beat the Giles County High School Bobcats 45-39 at home Tuesday for their second win of the season. The game was a close one throughout with the Rebels pushing past their opponent in the fourth quarter to notch their second straight victory.
Burglary suspect on the run; Lawrence County Tenn. deputies need your help to locate him
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Tenn. – The Lawrence County (Tenn.) Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help locating a burglary suspect accused of stealing over $70,000 worth of property.
Two are dead following accident on I-65
Two people were killed in an accident on Interstate 65 near Columbia on Sunday. The northbound lanes of the freeway was closed for more than an hour after the single vehicle crash, which occurred shorty after 1 p.m. Sunday.
Shooting reported in Limestone County
The Limestone County Sheriff's Office is on the scene of a reported shooting in the 20000 block of Alabama 127, just north of the Athens city limits. According to dispatch reports, a female shot a male in the collarbone. The male victim called 911 to report the incident. Reports also indicate the fe
Changes underway for 'familiar' church
Full Gospel Tabernacle describes itself as "a long-time familiar church," but the church has recently seen changes, including a new name. The church on Seven Mile Post Road in Athens has rebranded itself as Full Gospel Tabernacle Community Christian Church. But the Rev. C. Joseph Fifer, interim past
Shaken baby syndrome case finally ends with plea deal
ATHENS, Ala. - A man who injured his seven-week old child and gave her shaken baby syndrome will spend almost 20 years behind bars. The four-year old case in Limestone County finally ended Monday although the child is still in recovery. Robert Elliott took a plea agreement saying he'll spend 18 year
Phase I in Greenway Project gets state okay
“It’s official – we are now in the construction phase of Phase I of the Fayetteville Greenway Project,” wrote City Administrator Scott Collins in an email Thursday to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and other local officials.
1 killed in Columbia crash on I-65
COLUMBIA, Tenn. (WKRN) - One person was killed in a crash on Interstate 65 North Sunday afternoon. It happened near mile marker 49, between Spring Hill and Columbia, around 2 p.m.
Suspect involved in fatal shooting near Spring Hill High School apprehended by police
PHOTO: The shooter, D-Qwaun Dalton (left), and the victim, Kamondrez Carlton (right) / Photo courtesy of Columbia Police Department. Columbia Police have identified the shooter involved in a deadly shooting that took place on Friday near Spring Hill High School as 20 year-old D-Qwaun Dalton. Dalton
Tennessee mom shot 34 bullets into adopted children before killing herself
A recently-released autopsy report found that a Tennessee mother shot a total of 34 rounds into her four teenaged children before taking her own life in mid-October. Per WKRN, Kaileigh Lin, 17, was found dead in the bathroom and sustained 17 gunshot wounds; Lia Lin, 15, was found dead in her bed and
Veteran who was shot 13 times in Iraq walks across stage, graduates from Middle Tennessee State University
An Army veteran who survived being shot 13 times while serving in Iraq was able to walk across the stage at Middle Tennessee State University on Saturday, thanks to the help from an on-campus organization.
Man's 51-point buck could break national record set by Tennessee hunter
A hunter in Illinois could be in the running for one of the largest bucks ever shot in America. According to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Keith Szableswki shot the 51-point buck during the opening weekend of deer gun season in November.
Police: 2 men fatally shoot each other in Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Police in Tennessee say two men fatally shot each other during an apparent drug deal in Nashville. The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department identified the men in a news release as 21-year-old Tyler Bradley of Smyrna and 18-year-old Tori Murphy of Nashville.
Autopsy: Tennessee mother shot 34 rounds into her children before killing herself
MAURY COUNTY, Tenn. (WZTV) — FOX 17 News has disturbing new details about a murder-suicide that shocked Maury County two months ago. Documents revealed that the mother shot 34 rounds into her four children before turning the gun on herself.
Tennessee Doctor Charged with Massive Opioid Fraud Scheme
A 45-count federal indictment was unsealed yesterday, charging Dr. Samson Orusa, 56, of Clarksville, Tennessee with maintaining a drug-involved premises; 22 counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance outside the bounds of professional medical practice; 13 counts of healthcare fraud; a
4WARN BLOG: Comet 46P/Wirtanen visible over Middle Tennessee tonight
If you look up into the night sky on Sunday, December 16, 2018, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Comet 46P/Wirtanen. This comet, which was discovered in 1948 by Carl Wirtanen, an astronomer, will be about 7.1 million miles away from Earth. That might seem extremely far away, but on a
One killed, two arrested following shooting near Spring Hill High School
The Columbia Police Department has identified 21-year-old Kamondrez Carlton as the deceased victim of a Friday shooting near Spring Hill High School. In a statement issued Saturday morning, police said Carlton was found injured with a gunshot wound at Quick Mart 34, located at 2577 Nashville Highway
Chronic wasting disease detected in Tennessee; Kentucky restricts carcass transport
Tennessee hunters face interstate transport restrictions after chronic wasting disease was detected in 10 white-tail deer in Hardeman and Fayette counties. Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a contagious and a fatal neurological disorder that affects members of the deer family known scientifically as