The Tennessee Department of Transportation is especially worried about what could happen on the roads that day.
People will come from all over the country and saturate that path to witness the historic, once-in-a-lifetime event.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol reported 25-year-old Hazziel Velaquez, of McMinnville, took a curve at excessive speeds when the ATV ran off th…
Rep. Jason Powell sent the letter to the TDOT commissioner Monday following the death of 66-year-old Kris Hansen.
It happened where Old Hickory Boulevard intersects with Lebanon Pike around 3:30 a.m.
TDOT says it happened Monday morning on Highway 59, just south of Interstate 40.
It happened just before midnight Sunday as the 31-year-old motorcyclist was traveling on Providence Boulevard.
Police said the motorcyclist lost control on McKenzie Drive around 9:30 p.m. Sunday.
According to Hopkinsville police, the victim was sitting on the trunk of a parked vehicle when a car crashed into her, then drove off.
The Music City Triathlon began early Sunday in downtown Nashville. The event is in it’s 9th year in the downtown area.
Metro police said Jason Johnson, of Antioch, crashed into a metal utility pole on Old Hickory Boulevard around 4 a.m.
A motorcyclist died in Clarksville early Saturday evening after it crashed with a Nissan Rogue.
Officials said three of the five cars were driving west when one slowed to turn left on Zion Road.
One person was killed in a crash in northeastern Clarksville Saturday afternoon.
A celebration of life for Robert “Buddy” Jordan was held at the Elks Lodge on Williams Ave in Madison at 12 p.m.
Metro police said 66-year-old Kris Hansen was fatally injured around 10 p.m. on Nolensville Pike near Welshwood Drive.
The area is along busy US 70 South, which runs by places like the Patterson Park Community Center, often filled with youngsters.
It happened mid-afternoon around 3 p.m. on Lebanon Road near Maple Hill Church of Christ.
The sheriff’s office said it happened at the intersection of Riverside Drive and North Second street just before 12:30 p.m.
Patrick Bateman was driving his 2002 Ford Explorer north near I-440 when he lost control of the SUV for unknown reasons.