A 90-pound Japanese Akita dog from Florida is mothering and protecting an abandoned kitten she discovered on a recent daily walk with her owner.
A mother was shocked to discover the odor she'd smelled was a dead body underneath the deck of her Knoxville home. More>>
Two boys showed a whole lot of bravery when a carjacker took their mother's car in San Antonio while they were inside, eventually fighting the thief who dropped them off.
A Clarksville native who has spent her life giving back and setting an example in the city will turn 110 years old this Saturday. More>>
A portion of Centennial Boulevard was closed Friday morning after a dump truck lost its load, littering the road with sludge, rock and debris.
A popular bowling alley in Donelson was burglarized early Friday morning. The intruders drilled into a safe and stole items. More>>
Memphis, Tenn., was second on the list, and Tennessee has three other cities on the list, all in the top 25: Chattanooga is sixth, Knoxville is 16th and Nashville is 25th. More>>
A flier containing ill-advised rules on bullying upset parents at a Nebraska elementary school. The school has since apologized and created a new flier. More>>
Six people, including a four-year-old child, were shot in three separate shootings in different neighborhoods of Nashville Thursday night.
A woman was transported to the hospital with injuries after her vehicle rolled over in Whites Creek early Friday morning.
A man who faced a $525 fine for refilling an 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital apparently will get off with a warning. More>>
Metro-Nashville's 911 center administrators dealt with more than two dozen complaints against 911 call takers. Seventeen were determined to be founded. More>>
Two people were injured after a multi-vehicle crash took place in Donelson early Friday morning. More>>
An avalanche swept the slopes of Mount Everest on Friday along a route used to climb the world's highest peak, killing at least six Nepalese guides and leaving nine missing, officials said. More>>
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