Franklin police Chief Deborah Faulkner will swear in and personally hand the city's badges to welcome 10 new officers to the force Friday afternoon at Rolling Hills Community Church.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for May 21 through 28.
Two cars stolen from different Franklin homes early Tuesday morning had one thing in common -- both owners had left their keys easily accessible to thieves, Franklin police said.
A Williamson County Sheriff's Office detective and her favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
A Brentwood man was charged with his second DUI in Williamson County Monday night after Franklin police responded to initial reports of a fight in the Kroger parking lot on Mallory Lane.
Three officers with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will graduate the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) on Friday, May 22.
The law office of a Nashville firm will host a "Stop Texting & Driving" essay scholarship contest with a $1,000 grand prize.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for May 14-20.
Daniel Cantrell, the Franklin man who fatally stabbed his father on April 2, 2014, has filed a civil lawsuit against three health care employees for malpractices which he claims led to last year's killing.
The Franklin fire and police departments will offer free safety classes for women on Monday and Thursday nights on June 8-18.
A Franklin child was safe Tuesday afternoon after a man ordered a child into his truck and drove away Monday night.
At Monday night's memorial for fallen police officers, law enforcement from around Williamson County emphasized the importance of community-oriented policing and the sacrifices that officers willingly make for their communities.
Franklin Police continue to seek information about the identity of three suspects who stole a credit card from another shopper.
Franklin police charged a Pulaski man for his third driving under the influence charge during the weekend.
Franklin Police reported Friday morning a man tried to kidnap a 9-year-old child who was playing in the front of a house in the 200 block of James Avenue.
Franklin police on Wednesday made their second string of arrests in the past seven days regarding prostitution.
Authorities have arrested two repeat offenders on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for May 7-13.
Franklin police reported they arrested two women at the Cool Springs Galleria Mall after members of the store security team caught them trying to take nearly $800 worth of merchandise.
Franklin police arrested a Murfreesboro man who is free on bond after an arrest Tuesday night led to his second driving under the influence charge.
Lilian Grace Keen, a 15-year old Centennial High School student, won the grand prize winner for Franklin Fire Department's Youth Video Challenge contest.
Franklin police have arrested four people -- two women and two men -- on prostitution-related charges in the Cool Springs area.
Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long has urged Tuesday's Cinco de Mayo celebrants to make the observance a safe one.
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.