If you have a telescope, binoculars, or a camera, you really need some special gear to do that.
Dickson County said its mission this year is to give 1,000 tourniquets to other law enforcement across the country this year.
The question is why did Rutherford County officers continue a dangerous pursuit for a man wanted on property theft crimes?
We’re just under two weeks away from the total solar eclipse and there are a lot of scientific terms that will be used to describe what you …
North Korea says it will “keep closely watching the speech and behavior of the U.S.”
Nashvillians responded in an unprecedented manner to a need that had never been seen before.
On July 17, less than four weeks ago, most of the county consolidated under one roof.
After a very tight Republican Congressional primary win in 2010, Diane Black has easily won re-election since.
When they got engaged in May, Dan and Katie decided to get married on the day of the eclipse and thought the Adventure Science Center would …
State firefighters will get new smartphones with access to mapping technology in the wake of Gatlinburg wildfires.
Police said the woman was sitting in her car texting a family member when she was approached by the suspects.
A ceremony will be held on October 23 at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville.
With school hallways busting at the seams, the Wilson County School District is looking for a solution to their crowded classrooms inside th…
“Rhinestone Cowboy” was one of those country-pop crossovers that found worldwide appeal.
Tuesday’s audience at the Grane Ole Opry gasped in unison when they were informed of Glen Campbell’s death.
Visitors at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville were learning the news about Glen Campbell’s death as they toured the fac…
Assistant DA Jenny Charles says heroin has surpassed cocaine as the drug of choice.
State lawmakers hope schools increase efforts to keep kids out of the juvenile court system for not showing up for school.
Natalya Stewart was getting ready for bed when she heard shots being fired at her Murfreesboro home.
Tuesday was the first day of school in Ashland City students in the first through ninth grades.