The TWRA says coyotes are sighted more often these days due to several factors, including the increase in human population.
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Around 140 units are occupied at the 505, since opening November 1.
The nonprofit Shared Hope International named Tennessee the best state in the nation for its approach to combating human trafficking.
JT and Chinook are now in the care of Safe Harbor Equine and Livestock Sanctuary in Cottontown and are expected to make a full recovery.
Christopher Floyd is behind bars, while the sheriff’s office is warning residents to be on the lookout for Timothy Smith.
“Some Gave All” was the title track of his first album, which debuted on the all-genre Billboard album charts at No. 1 and stayed there for …
This Sunday, there will be a benefit concert at Bridgestone Arena benefiting the Las Vegas victims.
The ASCAP Awards are being held at the Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville.
While the night was a celebration, the recent tragedies from the Las Vegas mass shooting to Sunday’s church shooting weighed heavy on the ar…
Ava’s serious injuries bound her to a hospital bed on Halloween night.
Hendersonville police said that this is a sad case where a mother is teaching her son to be a criminal.
Katheryn Gorsuch wasn’t hurt in the Oct. 10 incident that happened around 1:30 a.m., but her truck was damaged.
The Little Pantry That Could is recognized as a non-profit organization, so donations are tax deductible.
Now they are investigating the robberies, kidnapping and aggravated assaults associated with these cases that all started on social media or…
Park police were patrolling the area while we were there and say they have had their fair share of trouble at the park.
The theater thrived from 1913 until 1977 and is believed to be the oldest silent movie theater still standing in its original location in th…
From country music royalty to rockers, more than two dozen artists took the stage to pay tribute.
Despite opposition from some neighbors, the ground has been dug up, marking the beginning of construction for 22 micro homes on the land.
Hendersonville police believe the same suspects were responsible for a skimmer on a ATM in Portland.
The suspect, Ruby Ford, is in jail in Kentucky, but the pursuit started in Portland, Tennessee.