Officer Paul Nielsen was released from the hospital Wednesday night, and Officer Jesse Shockley was released Thursday afternoon.
The order approved Friday reflects an agreement in a lawsuit filed against the state by abortion clinics in Memphis, Nashville and Bristol.
A bomb threat was deemed to be a prank call at the Mt. Juliet Walmart Friday night.
Emergency personnel told News 2 at least one person received minor injuries but the crash was not deadly.
Few details have been made available in the case as the investigation by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation continues.
Partners in the Struggle, a youth advocacy group, is collaborating with Mayor Megan Barry’s office to launch a website.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol said it happened around 6:30 p.m. on State Route 49 near Greenbrier Road.
Matthew Hill won a contest on social media to take on future hall-of-famer Dirk Nowitzki in a shooting contest.
Metro police said Lawrence Thompson, 51, and his girlfriend, Dean Moser, 53, were taken into custody by narcotics detectives.
Metro police confirm Corey Perry shot himself in the head at the Delux Inn on Dickerson Pike near the Trinity Lane intersection.
If you’ve driven through the Gulch this week, you have probably noticed two new backdrops.
The companies donated $15,000 to Notes for Notes, a non-profit organization that gives young people free access to instruments and recording…
According to the TBI report, the domestic violence epidemic in Tennessee crosses age barriers, gender and various ethnic backgrounds.
Four employees suffered smoke inhalation since they had to remain in the pod longer than the inmates.
Daniel and Mollie Baker were arrested early Friday morning for second-degree murder.
News 2 wants to know… what’s your favorite Easter candy?
Authorities told News 2 has many as 12 vehicles were involved and that the second accident was caused by a flat tire.
Haywood Barry took responsibility for his actions Friday, telling News 2 he’s sorry and wants to compensate the victim for any damages.
Head coach Rick Stockstill announced Justin Akins and Shalom Alvarez’s dismissal on Friday.
Tyler Stults, 20, was shot while sitting in a car outside a Cookeville plant. He later died from his injuries.