The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of April 30-May 6.
Standing shoulder to shoulder, Franklin residents stood in the Franklin Police Department Wednesday evening for a candlelight celebration in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention month.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced in a news release it has upped the case reward to $15,000 in the cold case of Peggy Cox, hoping the new attention to the case will lead them to an arrest.
Franklin police said the hunt for two gunmen who committed two armed robberies of women in Franklin on April 9 will continue.
Franklin Police said they have positively identified the suspect in burglary last week, where a young boy and his grandmother were inside of the home the suspect broke into in the 3000 block of Liberty Hills.
Franklin Police said a citizen tip helped recovery $45,000 in Rolex watches stolen in March from a downtown business.
The man just convicted of murdering country music singer Wayne Mills showed little emotion when he learned he must service every day of a 20-year prison sentence.
Franklin Police said in a news release Saturday afternoon that a woman's Facebook claiming her child was almost kidnapped in a Kroger parking lot was false.
A child struck at 201 Gillespie Drive only suffered minor injuries after he was struck by a vehicle.
Franklin police have issued warrants for an unidentified suspect and his getaway driver in connection with the Thursday night robbery of a woman in the Cool Springs area.
A Nashville bar owner was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Friday for the 2013 murder of country music singer Wayne Mills of Nolensville.
Franklin Police were still looking Thursday evening for a man who broke into a home on Liberty Hill Drive occupied by a small child and his grandmother.
After Franklin Police disclosed information regarding a suspect in a jewelry theft case, Mt. Juliet Police captured the man Wednesday after someone called in a tip.
Local law enforcement, emergency agencies and school administration have dealt with no fewer than 10 threats to Williamson County Schools during April.
After a foot chase this afternoon, Franklin Police placed a paroled convicted felon back in jail after he began throwing crack cocaine and marijuana to the ground during his flight.
Franklin Police have issued a warrant for Travis Duncan, of Spring Hill, who is wanted in connection with the theft of $60,000 in jewelry from a Franklin residence.
A Heritage Middle School student was taken into custody Wednesday for posting a "kill list" naming six students on a bathroom wall at his school.
Nolensville Police have called off a Silver Alert now that a missing Nolensville man with Alzheimer's has been found.
An Independence High School student was arrested late Monday for verbally threatening students at his school last Friday, April 17.
An Independence High School student is in custody Tuesday for writing a bomb threat on a bathroom wall at his school.
A Ravenwood High School student turned himself in Monday night and confessed he wrote the threatening message on a bathroom at his school Thursday, April 16, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office reported Tuesday afternoon.
A February police investigation ended Thursday, April 16, with a Florida suspect behind Williamson County bars after the man attempted to steal high end pieces of jewelry with a fake credit card.
Franklin Police are trying to figure out the identity of a woman who is wanted for "washing" a check and then rewriting it for $1,600.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for April 16-22:
Franklin police continue to investigate a rash of weekend burglaries that happened to local area businesses.