The Tennessee State Fire Marshal has urged residents to attend professional displays and abide by new state laws regarding fireworks.
Franklin police have begun a search for the identity of two female fraud suspects, a department spokesman said in a news release.
A fatal tanker explosion, multiple car wrecks and intense re-examination of Franklin's only cold murder case consumed police Chief Deborah Faulkner's first year on the job.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Tuesday, June 23-Tuesday, June 30. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.
The nonprofit organization, Vested Interest in K9s Inc., announced in a press release that it awarded ballistic vests to the Franklin Police Department's K9s Thor and K9 Jager.
All road construction on interstates and state routes will be suspend for the July 4 holiday, the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Monday.
Two Franklin houses caught fire Friday night as early evening storms hit the area about 7 p.m.
A Rutherford County motorist slammed into a Franklin Police Department cruiser Tuesday night on Interstate 65 South shoulder near Peytonsville Road.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for June 25-July 1:
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Tuesday, June 16-Tuesday, June 23. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.
FPD officers discovered an abandoned vehicle and its suspected driver wearing no pants or shoes about 11 p.m. Monday in response to a report of a reckless driver on Highway 96 West.
Repairs on the Peytonsville-Interstate 65 overpass continue on schedule for its June 2016 completion date, the Tennessee Department of Transportation said on Monday.
Franklin police have formally charged 58-year-old Ricky Wornell, of Franklin, with aggravated robbery in connection with an incident at a Fifth Third Bank.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for June 18-24
As detectives in Franklin and Brentwood continue their investigation into several daytime home burglaries, Chief Deborah Faulkner announced that she has ordered increased patrols in Franklin neighborhoods.
A former Williamson County Schools custodian has been sentenced to three and one-half years in prison and must register as a Tennessee sex offender.
Franklin police have begun a search for a suspect wanted for shoplifting a pair of Beats headphones by stuffing them down the front of his pants three weeks ago.
Franklin Fire authorities said automatic fire sprinklers protected a $3 million strip mall Tuesday afternoon that limited damage to an estimated $50,000.
A string of possibly linked burglaries in Brentwood and Franklin have both police agencies asking residents to be on the lookout for any suspicious activity as investigators continue to search for suspects.
An Aug. 10 trial date has been tentatively set for a Columbia teenager charged with the brutal homicide last October of a young Papa John's restaurant manager during an armed robbery.
A Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy and his favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
Twelve new Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies received their badges and certificates Thursday, June 11, at the Historic Courthouse during graduation from the WCSO Detention Training Academy.
Franklin police want to identify a woman who used a cloned credit card to purchase reloadable gift cards.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of June 11-17.
Just three months out of prison after serving eight years for a sex offense, a Waverly man was jailed again last week in Williamson County on felony incest charges.