The holiday season is here, and the Grinch is coming for your cash, but most scams are avoidable.
Metro police believe the same men broke into Grand Cru Fine Wine and Liquor, on Murphy Road, twice before on Oct. 13 and Nov. 4.
The violent assault happened last Tuesday inside the Zmart on Clarksville Pike when the suspect reportedly became upset over a refund.
NES officials said if someone calls threatening to cut off your power if you don’t pay, hang up.
Despite multiple alarm signs in their yard and on the doors, burglars kicked in the back door of their home on Jay Street last Friday.
This time of year, it’s more important than ever to be cautious.
The Metro-Davidson area, including Franklin and Murfreesboro ranks 46 in the nation for the number of fraud complaints – surpassing even Los…
A review of publicly available crime data over the past four weeks shows that no major mall in the Nashville area is immune to crime.
Online, over the phone, even at your front door, scammers will go anywhere, and do anything, to take your money.
Nashville is known around the world as a destination city, and the holidays are a prime time for people from everywhere to book a home or va…
Police advise if anyone calls claiming to be a relative in trouble, do not send money or personal information right away.
Consumers who suspect they’ve been victimized should immediately contact their financial institution.
Metro police reported the suspect walked into the store wearing a mask, pulled out a black pistol and demanded cash from the clerk.
Ryan Trent was shot and killed over a year ago while he was driving down Ellington Parkway.
The Snapchat was reportedly seen by parents who came to the Lebanon Police Department the next morning to tell authorities what happened.
Ashley Sircy, a mother of four, was found strangled at an apartment on Sanders Ferry Road in May of 2010.
Christopher Lane was shot in the torso at a home on Oaks Lane around 10 p.m. on Nov. 7.
Women who say they were sexually abused by Cruciani tell the AP they felt they had no alternative but to continue seeing the Ivy League-trai…
Staff returned last Friday morning to find a mess, and something seemingly more threatening.
Officers said he passed the teller a demand note.