A 46-year-old woman was killed Saturday night after police said she jumped in front of Nashville Fire Department vehicle.
The Murfreesboro man struck by a car while standing outside his home last week has died.
The price of a regular first-class stamp is now 44 cents, up from 42 cents.
Fire gutted the StoneClear Springs bottling company in Dickson County Sunday night.
An off-duty police officer in Lebanon was killed when a car turned in front of his motorcycle Saturday night.
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Four men face charges after a brutal home invasion, shooting and high speed chase that spanned two counties.
Damage from what was likely a senior prank at Smyrna High School is estimated between $10,000 and $12,000.
Steve Friedmann estimates a clogged sinkhole caused $70,000 in damage to his Clarksville home.
A 17-year-old boy died in an apparent drug deal at his Georgia Avenue home.
John Bryant survived the EF-4 tornado, but his wife and nine-week-old daughter did not.
Stephen Wendel Dickey of Lawrenceburg is charged in January's hit-and-run that damaged the Mt. Zion Church of Christ.
Nearly 50 new school classrooms will be added in the coming years to replace portable classrooms across Nashville.
Authorities said two fisherman discovered the body of David Woods early Saturday.
Heavy rain Friday night and Saturday morning made for muddy conditions at Nashville's Percy Warner Park.
Three suspects are in police custody following an early morning invasion and shooting Friday in Murfreesboro.
Two students were arrested in connection to Wednesday's explosion at Avery Trace Middle School in Cookeville.
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Heavy rain forced evacuations in the Goodlettsville community Saturday morning.
A Metro police detective found a stolen truck with an ATM loaded in the bed early Friday morning.
Mayor Dean announced plans Thursday to develop Nashville's riverfront, changing the face of downtown.
The summer job market for teens is expected to be worse this summer that it has in 60 years.
Two days into a Kentucky Fried Chicken promotion, the worldwide restaurant is thinking it might have worked too well.
A controversial bill about guns, restaurants and bars could soon be on the way to Governor Bredesen's desk.