The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will conduct several sobriety roadside safety checkpoints in the coming weeks.
One person was injured Thursday morning in a three-vehicle crash involving a Franklin Transit Authority bus.
Kenneth James Stopkotte, 48, was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury and charged with bank larceny, money laundering, access device fraud and aggravated identity theft. Stopkotte is suspected of stealing checks from local churches, including Brentwood Baptist, Harpeth Community Church and others.
Elizabeth Pittman, the 21-year-old identified Tuesday as the person suspected of giving information to the six individuals involved in a home invasion robbery on Feb. 26, has been arrested.
Franklin police have made another arrest and are looking for an additional suspect in connection with last week’s home invasion in the Ladd Park subdivision.
A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office sergeant and his favorite charity have been honored with an award sponsored by Toyota of Cool Springs.
A former Franklin homebuilder pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to stealing money from the benefit plan he set up for his employees.
Two Franklin eateries were cited for serving alcohol to underage patrons Friday night.
A Franklin man who approached two young girls in the Fieldstone Farms subdivision and offered them a ride has been cleared of any wrongdoing, police say.
Franklin Police are investigating the report of a man who approached two young girls in the Fieldstone Farms subdivision and offered them a ride.
Four suspects wanted in a Franklin home invasion were taken into custody Wednesday after police say they robbed a man at gunpoint as he was getting out of the shower.
Veteran Franklin firefighters Kyle Bess and Dale Lott have been promoted to the rank of engineer, where they are now responsible for driving and operating fire apparatus.
A Franklin woman was arrested Friday night for refusing to stop at a sobriety checkpoint.
A Brentwood man who went on a robbery spree early Sunday morning that included the Walgreens at 9100 Carothers Parkway in Franklin was arrested by Metro Nashville police following his third robbery of the morning just hours later.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will offer a free handgun shooting and safety course beginning Tuesday, March 4.
Beginning Wednesday, Franklin commuters will not be able to access North Margin at Fifth Avenue North for a week due to utility crossings installments.
Updated at 2 p.m. Wednesday
With the help of witnesses, Franklin Police are now seeking two black male suspects driving a 2005-2009 gold Chevrolet Impala in connection with three recent apartment burglaries.
Franklin’s Copsicles team took the plunge Saturday and raised a collective $1435 for Special Olympics.
The Franklin Fire Department said goodbye to one of their longtime co-workers last Thursday.
Updated at 12:30 p.m. Monday
An unusual series of events late Saturday afternoon on I-65 between Moores Lane and Cool Springs Boulevard sent two to the hospital, damaged several vehicles and closed two lanes of the interstate's busy left-hand lanes for over two hours.
An electrical problem is believed to have started a fire that heavily damaged an insurance company’s offices late Tuesday night, according to Franklin Fire Marshal Andy King.