After six hours of deliberating Thursday night, the jury went home. they will continue deliberations Friday morning.
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The jury deliberated for six hours until 8 p.m. when a juror told told Judge Monte Watkins the team was tired.
For the fourth time in four years, the victim at the center of the Vanderbilt rape case testified Wednesday.
Detective Chad Gish with the Metro Nashville Police Department took the stand Tuesday where he described uncovering several graphic cell pho…
Hunt never got the chance to get the names of the people who saved her, but she is full of gratitude all the same.
House GOP Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and five others were injured in the Wednesday morning shooting.
The Metro Homelessness Commission believes a recent count of homeless people in Nashville is likely too low.
And as temperatures heat up across Middle Tennessee, some News 2 viewers reported brown recluse problems in their homes.
If you forgot to put on sunscreen, you can stop by one of the medical tents on Lower Broad and get some.
Doctors told News 2 that, so far, feet blisters have been the most common problem they have treated at the CMA Fest and it can get bad.
Two doctors talk about how you must protect your voice and ears in cheering on your favorite team or musical act.
If you’re going to be out in the crowds and need any assistance, look for a Nashville ambassador to help guide you through the city.
With crowds flocking to Nashville for CMA Music Fest and Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, Uber and Lyft drivers are hoping to cash in too.
City leaders have been discussing how to handle the tens of thousands of people who will flood downtown Nashville.
Juvenile Justice Center workers said they hope to be a resource for families and help change the concerning trend.
At Watertown Middle School Thursday afternoon, officers from several departments and EMS workers participated in active shooter training.
TDOT believes recent rainfall loosened the rocks amid the department’s ongoing blasting project.
Police say in the late spring and summer months, officers generally see an increase in property crimes.
Bill Burkart shared a picture with News 2 that captures the last time he and his sister embraced their father, Colonel Charles Burkhart Jr.
Park rangers with the Army Corps of Engineers told News 2 they expect thousands of boaters to hit the water over the long holiday weekend.