Nashville is listed as one of Airbnb’s five most common tourist destinations.
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TDOC does not monitor all sex offenders in the state of Tennessee.
The roundtable will be held at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church at 1032 Monroe Street beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Clemmie Greenlee advocates for community engagement, especially with young people to reduce the number of kids affected by violence.
The ATM has a touchless card reader that the customer places their smartphone close to when using the machine.
Each scenario was different, but in each situation the teens had to act as police officers while interacting with the driver and their passe…
Metro-Nashville and Davidson County has seen an increase in juvenile crime and violence in 2017.
Restorative justice has cut the number of repeat offenders and increased victim satisfaction in other cities.
At least three victims in the Hermitage-Mt. Juliet area have posted pictures of their stolen cars to Facebook groups.
Detectives from the fraud division meet with community groups, homeowner associations and professional organizations to discuss current scam…
The ATF is also working to raise the public awareness about purchasing firearms from people who are not federal firearms licensees.
Results of a domestic violence Lethality Assessment show that more than half of people identified as high-risk for serious injury or death h…
The annual training program offers college student with an interest in criminal justice and forensics science hands on training from TBI spe…
The American Rebel Mud Park is more than 500 acres and includes campgrounds, a concert area, mud pits, and access to the Buffalo River.
Police have yet to release a motive in the shooting that claimed the life of 23-year-old Deshawn Cunningham.
The crimes took place in the Westover Drive area not far from the Belle Meade Country Club.
The department ordered 500 units in response to the growing concern about officers who come into contact with powerful synthetic opioids lik…
He is accused of taking $6,715.80 from a Mt. Juliet couple to do roof work on their home in May 2016 but never actually doing the work.
Both her son, 22-year-old Kemontanez Armstrong, and her husband, 32-year-old Keon Hawkins, were shot and killed.
Since the Stanley Cup Playoff started, Metro police have arrested five people accused of selling fraudulent tickets.