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1 killed in Bedford County crash
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Police seek help ID'ing suspect in Regions bank robbery
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Police have asked the public’s help in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with a bank robbery in South Nashville.The incident was reported at 9:15 a.m. Monday at a Regions bank on Nolensville Pike.Officials with Metro Nashville police said he gave the teller a robbery-dema
Azteca Mexican Grill in downtown Murfreesboro closed after Sunday fire
Jackson Fire Department Public Fire Coordinator Rico Bryson gives a demonstration in kitchen fire safety at the Freeland Reaves Life Safety House on Friday, July 1, 2016.C.B. SCHMELTER/The Jackson Sun
Murfreesboro man charged with embezzling $1M
Randall Griffin, 46, of Murfreesboro was charged on Oct. 19 with mail fraud for operating an embezzlement scheme in which he allegedly stole more than $1 million from his former employer, Lasko Products, LLC., U.S. AttorneyDon Cochranfor the Middle District of Tennessee announced.A criminal informat
Increased police patrols on Highway 70 across Tennessee this week
All agencies will look to combat distracted driving, aggressive driving, speeding and other high-risk driving behaviors. Participating agencies will also increase seat belt enforcement and commercial vehicle safety.
Teenager dead, 1 injured in rollover crash near Wartrace
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) -- A Shelbyville teenager is dead and another hurt after a rollover crash in Bedford County on Sunday afternoon.Officials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol said the driver was traveling westbound on Highway 64 when they crashed near Potts Road.According to the THP crash rep
Rutherford County student teams take home top honors at BEST Robotics competition
The competition is known as BEST because it stands for Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology. It’s a national, six-week competition that is held at “hubs” around the country, according to the organization.
Foot chase in town leads to arrest
On Oct.18, at approximately 4:18 p.m., Chief of Police Jeff Guth, said a call came in from a Sparta resident complaining about an unwanted visitor at their house and asked that the police do something about it.
175 guns seized from suspected drug dealer in Smith County
SMITH COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) - An estimated 175 guns were seized from a suspected drug dealer in Smith County.The15th Judicial District Drug Task Forceposted limited information and pictures of the weapons to its Facebook page.Marijuana was also reportedly located during the course of the seizure.No o
Sheriff's Reports: Shooting the bull
• On Oct. 15, Deputy Blayde Baker was dispatched to the sheriff's department in reference to a person in the lobby needing to speak with a deputy about a bull that had been shot. Upon arrival he made contact with Todd Baxter, who stated he went to Ohio to pick up a bull on Sept. 14, 2018 and that th
Rutherford Weekend: 5 Things to Do This Weekend - Rutherford Source
WHAT:Grab shell, Dude! Its time again for another Dive in movie. No,no not at P.Sherman 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney, but at Beyond Aquatics Murfreesboro!We will be showing Disney’s “Finding Nemo” on a huge projection screen while attendees swim, float, or sit around the indoor heated pool with a Real Liv
College Grove home on market for $1.5 million offers 18 acres with spectacular views
If you are looking for a home that has acreage and a rural setting, but also is stocked with modern conveniences, the home at 6852 Pulltight Hill in College Grove might be a win-win. With spectacular views, a saltwater pool and covered porches to help you enjoy it all, this home takes advantage of i
New details released in connection with murder near Antioch IHOP
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - - Metro police said the ongoing investigation into Friday morning’s murder of Kevin Stewart near the Antioch IHOP restaurant has lead detectives to believe that the fatal shots were fired from a black Audi SUV, the occupants of which left the IHOP parking lot around the sam
Plaintiff in Tennessee driver license suit cried over ruling that will 'open so many doors'
Jim Thomas used to be homeless, and because of overdue court fines can't get a Tennessee driver's license. Now he's named in a lawsuit challenging the state's driver's license revocation law. Stacey Barchenger / The Tennessean Johnny Gibbs lives paycheck to paycheck. When paychecks don't come, he g
Man charged with embezzling more than $1 million from former employer
MURFREESBORO, TN (WSMV) - Federal investigators are charging a Murfreesboro man with mail fraud and for operating an embezzlement scheme, in which they say he stole more than $1 million from his former employer, Lasko Products. U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee said 46-y
Free things to do in Nashville: Free Frist day, history festival and a lot more
It's looking like a great fall weekend, with a free day at the Frist Art Museum, a free Tennessee history event, the Native American Pow Wow and plenty of art and music to enjoy.
1 million doses of fentanyl found in suitcase at Nashville airport
Nearly 5 pounds of what was thought to be cocaine concealed in a suitcase flown into Nashville International Airport has been determined to be the conservative equivalent of 1 million lethal doses of fentanyl.Law enforcement was alerted by DEA agents in Phoenix that luggage checked by airline passen
Softball Wraps Up Fall With 11-0 Win - Middle Tennessee State University
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – The Blue Raider Softball team wrapped up its fall season on Friday night, besting Motlow State 11-0.
2 convicted for murder after dispute after robbery
Two men were convicted on Thursday night in connection with their role in the murder of Adrin Ohaekwhe in January 2016.A Davidson County criminal court jury found Kevyn Allen and Glenn Roby Jr. guilty after a few hours of deliberations.Roby and Ohaekwhe were involved in a drug-related shooting and r
Police release surveillance photos in fatal Antioch shooting
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Police have released surveillance photos in connection with a fatal, early-morning shooting near an Antioch restaurant. The incident was reported at about 3 a.m. near Cane Ridge Road and Bell Road. Metro Nashville police officials said there was some sort of altercation that happ