Sonny Melton died shielding his wife from the flying bullets during last week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
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Tootsie’s is celebrating another year and the Predators are back in Smashville for their season opener.
The Tennessee Titans took on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Florida on Sunday. How would you rate their performance?
Several counties are under a Flash Flood Warning until 10 p.m. Thursday night as heavy rain continues to fall across Middle Tennessee.
A touching photo shows a Middle Tennessee woman propping her elderly father’s wheelchair up so he can watch the total solar eclipse.
Metro police are imploring the public for information on Yhoana Arteaga’s “brutal” murder. She was killed last week in Goodlettsville.
The law requires parents to provide an updated Tennessee immunization certificate with proof of two additional immunizations before starting…
Mike Pence thanked the Republican Party for helping “turn the blue wall red” with President Donald Trump’s election last November.
Dibrell Pruitt is accused of walking into the Alexis Inn and Suites on Ermac Drive around 2:40 a.m.
The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 21.
Jaezoine Woods, a sophomore at McGavock High School, was shot and killed in South Nashville Tuesday night.
Dreyton Sims was in the area of Fisherman’s Park on the Fourth of July when he and his brother disappeared.
Will it rain tonight during the epic fireworks in Nashville?
Since the community offers a unique front-row seat to experience this phenomenon, tourism officials estimate up to 200,000 visitors will pou…
NPL officials say the fine policy change should increase patrons’ access to millions of books and other materials that they can borrow with …
The suspects were part of a takedown operation, which authorities say resulted in the finding of 37 grams of Black Tar Heroin.
The jury deliberated for six hours until 8 p.m. when a juror told told Judge Monte Watkins the team was tired.
According to Metro police, Hunter Drake, 26, was in the area of the J.C. Napier and Tony Sudekum homes to make a drug purchase.
Three soldiers out of Fort Campbell died of gunshot wounds in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, this past Saturday.
Former Nashville business owner Bob Wolf says he started it all. back in 1999.