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Man dies after being hit by train in Hendersonville
HENDERSONVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Police say a man was killed when he was hit by a train in Hendersonville on Thursday night.The incident happened on the railroad tracks near the 200 block of Rockland Road.According to the Hendersonville Police Department, Daniel Kelm was struck by a southbound CSX train.
Man hit, killed by train in Hendersonville
"Based on the information we have at this point, we don't have any reason to believe this was a suicide," Harris said.
Couple convicted of health care fraud, sentenced in federal court - WBBJ TV
“There are significant penalties for this and we are very glad to have achieved justice in this case for the government, contractors for the local community and really for the victims in this case who were defrauded,” said U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant.
Gas Station Burglar Sought In Hendersonville
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. - Police in Hendersonville said they’re searching for a man who burglarized a gas station.The crime happened just before 2:30 a.m. Thursday at an Exxon gas station.Authorities said they responded to a report of a burglary alarm activation and found the lock to the rear door dri
Family mourns loved one; police investigate fatal hit-and-run - WBBJ TV
“The person that hit my child, they kept going. They left my child in the street dead,” Huddleston said.
THP says victims of fiery crash were from Savannah, releases names
Killed were driver James Anthony White, 47, and the passenger, Joanne Ethridge Troxel, 64, both of Savannah, according to the THP.
JTA buses to make stops at DMV for five days in August
Jackson Transit Authority’s Tech Center route will be changed to include the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for 5 days in August — Aug. 27-31. The route change is temporary, and only for those days. The change was due to passenger requests. The Bemis/Tech Center/Park Place route will continue to
Jackson police seek hit-and-run driver; woman in serious condition
At about 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, a female was hit by a car traveling east on Ridgecrest near the Horizon convenience store. The victim in this hit-and-run sustained serious injuries and was taken to a local hospital by Emergency Medical Services. Investigators are looking for a dark colored vehicle
Tennessee hospitals face shortages in vital drugs and supplies
The Food and Drug Administration says EpiPens, the emergency allergy medication, are experiencing "intermittent supply constraints" because of delays at Pfizer's Meridian Medical Technologies, which makes the devices.Wochit
14 vehicles burglarized at Hendersonville apartment complex
In late June, Hendersonville Police Chief Mickey Miller warned citizens that often the individuals seek out unlocked cars to steal from. In one June case of auto burglaries, sevenguns were stolen out of unlocked cars.
Scotts Hill head football coach resigns - WBBJ TV
SCOTTS HILL, Tenn. — The head football coach at Scotts Hill High School has resigned.Daniel Duncan has resigned as both a teacher and head football coach at Scotts Hill High School, according to the Henderson County School System.The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed an investigation i
Booneville city official threatens suicide on Snapchat, family calls incident a joke
between towery street and main we are working to learn more on a concerning video posted to social media by a booneville city official... in it he threatens his own life... w-t-v-a's rebecca butcher joins us in the breaking news center with who was involved. i just with booneville's vice mayor mark
In year three of the MAAP, most of Mississippi's test scores continue to rise
Cindy Wilkins, an Algebra 1 teacher at Guntown Middle School, helps eighth grade students Jalen Priest, Brik Griggs and Luke Timmons with their exponents as the class moves to different stations for their Thursday morning class work.Adam Robison | BUY AT PHOTOS.DJOURNAL.COM
Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee announces leadership changes
Freed-Hardeman University last week announced role changes in the leadership of its College of Biblical Studies. Dr. Mark Blackwelder has been named dean of the college, and Dr. Doug Burleson has been appointed assistant dean, succeeding Dr. David Powell. In addition, Dr. Justin Rogers will become t
Freed-Hardeman University prepares to welcome students to Henderson, Tennessee campus
The welcome mat is out as Freed-Hardeman University awaits the arrival of new students Saturday, Aug. 18. They will be greeted by Operation Helping Hands, a group of volunteers from the faculty, staff and returning students, who will help them carry their belongings to their dorm rooms.New students
Woman struck by car in northeast Jackson - WBBJ TV
JACKSON, Tenn.–At 9 Tuesday night, Jackson Police confirm a 39-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle.
What's New Wednesday: Century Farm Winery - WBBJ TV
“I worked in supply chain for 25 years and I thought I’ve had enough of this it’s time to go home and get into family business. It kept pulling me back, so here I am!Our family has been here since the 1830’s,” said Horton.
Freed Hardeman University prepares for students - WBBJ TV
HENDERSON, Tenn. — “I really like it when the campus fills up again,” Shannon Sewell, director of facilities and grounds at FHU, said.
JPD: Several cars collide on the U.S. 45 ByPass near I-40 - WBBJ TV
Jackson police said three cars collided at the U.S. 45 Bypass and Carriage House Drive, near Interstate 40.No word on what caused the crash, however Jackson police said there were minor injuries and traffic was slowed down for quite some time.
Jackson-Madison County EMA holds 'refuse to be a victim' class - WBBJ TV
JACKSON, Tenn. — Don’t miss out on a class that could save your life.The “Refuse to be a Victim” class will be held at the Jackson-Madison County Emergency Operations Center at the McKellar-Sipes Airport on Wednesday.The class is designed for everyone from middle schoolers to senior citizens.The cla