Police are searching for three armed men who robbed the Mt. Juliet Goodwill Tuesday evening while wearing bandanas to conceal their faces. More>>
Two people were charged with first degree robbery after police say they shot a man to death and stole his Mustang in Memphis on Sunday.
Three men were charged after authorities received a call regarding an odor coming from a Lebanon motel room Tuesday. More>>
A man was sent to the hospital with traumatic injuries after he was struck by a train in Nashville Monday night.
A little girl was hit by a car Tuesday afternoon in Lawrence County while playing outside. She was airlifted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. More>>
An early power play goal was the only offense of the night for the Sabres as Nashville nabbed the 4-1 win on the road Tuesday night. More>>
An Oregon family called 911 after being to forced to hide in their bedroom from their angry and aggressive pet cat. More>>
A Hickman County fire that claimed the lives of an elderly couple in late January has been ruled accidental. More>>
Heather Sullivan escaped a would-be kidnapper who attacked her outside her Centerville home in January 2011. Sullivan said suspect in Holly Bobo's murder is the man who tried to kidnap her. More>>
Dr. Jesse Register told Metro council members Monday night, that the district plans to provide technology and training for its 80,000 students and 6,000 teachers. More>>
The free agent signing period began at 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon and the Tennessee Titans struck quickly, landing a pair of players. More>>
Five cars were involved in a crash that injured three people in Sumner County Tuesday afternoon.
Vanderbilt has hired Frank Maile as defensive line coach to fill a position that opened up when Vavae Tata pleaded guilty to a charge of drunk driving. More>>
Zachary Adams, 29, is charged with the 2011 kidnapping and murder of nursing student Holly Bobo. He pleaded not guilty Tuesday. More>>
Governor Bill Haslam said Tuesday "some progress" has been made in the state's effort to use federal Medicaid expansion money from Obamacare to help buy uninsured Tennesseans health insurance. More>>
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