For the teens who completed the program, both they and their parents see a future brighter than the one they had before.
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They held a meeting Tuesday night to illicit feedback from business owners and neighbors. Some business owners don’t want the plan.
Police say a Ford Fusion was seen speeding down North Second Street around 7:40 p.m. when the driver tried to turn right onto Grace Street.
On Monday, the Sumner County Commission unanimously approved the rezoning of 155 privately-owned acres for a cemetery.
Brezhae Castleman, 17, was last seen on June 25, 2015 in Shelbyville getting into a red or maroon vehicle.
Rob Westmoreland was shot and killed early Saturday morning, allegedly by his aunt’s boyfriend Tyrone Dunlap.
A vigil was held near the I-24 on-ramp Tuesday, mere hours after the two soldiers accused of murdering her appeared in court.
Aimee McCray, 35, reportedly spent Saturday evening on a houseboat at Hurricane Marina but could not be found Sunday morning.
They’re looking for teams of five players to compete, and all proceeds go to the Special Olympics.
A policy-review task force was launched and met for the first time Friday at Horace Porter School in Columbia.
The idea of getting law enforcement out in front of the public has helped combat crime in Montgomery County.
The bill makes it so annual traffic stop reports would include the race of each person police pull over on Metro roads.
There’s 1,000 missing persons in Tennessee, but only about 150 are in the database.
The homes will be for those experiencing homelessness and who are most vulnerable on the streets.
Edward Smart believes there is hope for Elizabeth Thomas and, with the right tools, she can move on with her life as well.
These crimes were committed in broad daylight, and one happened in a very public place.
The sister of an AMBER Alert victim believes her sister ran away from home and say she’s wouldn’t do something like this without a motive.
The sheriff of Maury County went searching for the AMBER Alert victim on his own as no credibly sightings have been reported.
On Sunday night, the Maury County Sheriff told News 2 there’s evidence that Cummins had been making plans to “live off the grid.”
The Cheatham County Sheriff says overdoses are a weekly occurrence.