The caption of Town Boats U.S. told News 2 they are actually ahead of schedule.
That fire started in Oklahoma, where it burned an estimated 390 square miles in Beaver County.
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, received reports of 32 tornadoes in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Illinois late Monday and ear…
Ray Pesz has had polio since he was a child and doesn’t get around very well.
The marina is not allowing boat owners to come on property citing safety concerns. Security is turning everyone away.
A custodian and a teacher worked together to dig under the building and safely pull the puppies to safety, but their mother was no where to …
The EF-1 tornado hit Trigg County, Kentucky, on Tuesday night.
The National Weather Service estimates 100 mile per hour winds along the ten mile path of the tornado.
SKYWARN storm spotters are volunteers trained by the NWS to be the eyes and ears in the field, reporting back about severe weather.
Sarah Owensby’s neighborhood is only a quarter of mile away from Volunteer State Community College and a couple of car dealerships that were…
The worst damage around town was at Creekwood High School as straight line winds moved through the area at 90 mph.
The Gallatin tornado may have happened almost 11 years ago, but it is still top of mind of Michael Brown, the principal of Station Camp Midd…
Families must weigh the risk with the cost. A custom in-ground shelter costs an average $2,500 to $18,000.
The National Weather Service has recognized both the team and stadium as being Storm Ready.
Boat owners survey damage after a tornado ripped through Four Corners Marina Wednesday.
Officials said both touched down in Putnam County and are classified as EF-1.
A tree fell on Joe Watson and Ruth Nokes’ Putnam County home on Wednesday.
The May 2009 tornado ripped through Rutherford County, destroying everything in its path and taking the lives of a mother and her 9-week-old…
Brittany Kirby was driving on Interstate 65 near Cool Springs when she came face to face with Wednesday’s storm front.
The National Weather Service’s slogan is “when the thunder roars, go indoors.” It’s the first rule when lightning strikes.