Franklin Police Department officers are continuing to look for the identity of a man wanted in a series of spare tire and license plate thefts.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for Feb. 11-17, 2016.
Convicted serial attacker Robert Jason Burdick -- known as the "Wooded Rapist" -- has served eight years, and will be eligible for parole at age 81.
The Williamson County Sherriff's Office confirmed reports of multiple burglaries in the Bethesda area within the past week.
At 10:30 p.m. Monday night, officers responded to an injury crash, where a car had reportedly crashed into a tree on Alexander Drive.
Multiple thefts from motor vehicles happened this week, along with pockets of vandalism and drug violations.
According to the Franklin Police Department, access in downtown Franklin via Murfreesboro Road has reopened.
Two adults and two juveniles were arrested in Franklin after a group suspected of breaking into cars downtown and inside city parking garages was spotted.
Franklin Police are asking for the public's help to identify a man who used a stolen credit card at a local business.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for Feb. 4-10, 2016.
Franklin Police said they are investigating six Monday morning auto burglaries that occurred at two local fitness centers in the Cool Springs area.
Detectives in Franklin said they will continue to search for information on the identity of a man wanted for using a fraudulent credit card.
Assaults and theft of motor vehicle parts appeared the most on this week's crime report.
The Franklin Police Department this month will offer free self-defense training to women who live or work in Williamson County.
Now going on 25 years, Franklin Police Department officials said they still will continue the search for a suspect in connection with Franklin's only unsolved murder.
The State Fire Marshal's Office is crediting the wider use of smoke alarms with a continuing drop in fatal house fires.
Federal agents are joining the Springfield (Tenn.) Police Department and Crime Stoppers in the search for a suspect in a 2009 homicide.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2016.
Franklin residents awoke to find a stranger standing inside their Kelly Ct. home in the Clairmonte Subdivision.
Anyaih Miller's mother and an Indiana man are facing custodial interference charges after the 9-year-old girl went missing from her bus stop Tuesday morning.
City of Franklin Traffic Center officials announced on social media Tuesday afternoon that Columbia Avenue in Franklin has fully reopened.
Drug narcotic and drug equipment violations appeared the most on this week's crime report for Franklin.
Franklin Police suspect a Huntsville, Ala., man of stealing nearly $1,000 worth of items from two Publix stores.
A Nashville woman and a Dickson man have been identified as suspects in a theft from the Franklin Walmart on Jan. 6.
A National Weather Service warning early Saturday said below-freezing temperatures are expected to last through at least noon Sunday.