The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of March 5-11.
Country singer Wayne Mills was all smiles when he posed for a group photo at the Pit and Barrel bar in downtown Nashville in the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 23, 2013.
A single fire sprinkler head extinguished a factory fire at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, March 3, protecting nearly the 300,000 square foot facility and more than 150 employees.
Jury selection began Monday in a Nashville courtroom in the murder trial of a man accused of killing outlaw, country music singer and Nolensville resident Wayne Mills.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch from noon Wednesday through noon Thursday for all of Middle Tennessee.
The Franklin Police Department has released surveillance video of two women they say walked out of a Kroger with $260 in stolen groceries.
Seven people were arrested and five believed victims of a human trafficking ring were rescued Wednesday after Franklin police raided two businesses and two apartments.
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is warning citizens about potential price gouging, where sellers price goods at unreasonably high levels, after February's snow and ice storms in Tennessee.
An in-depth investigation by the Franklin Police Department into suspicious activity at two Franklin massage parlors led to the execution of six search warrants at locations across the city.
The Tennessee Department of Health and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency have issued warnings to residents that alcohol and certain drugs increase the risk for hypothermia.
The Franklin Police Department reports warns citizens of IRS impostors threatening arrest and property seizures unless the victim "pays up."
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of Feb. 19-25.
The Franklin Police Department has advised citizens to stay home Monday morning, as the roads are still extremely slick.
Two Franklin men, one of then a former teacher, are free on bond after they were indicted for child sex crimes in two unrelated cases, a police department spokesman said.
The Franklin Police Department reports that two Florida men remain jailed on Friday morning after a stop by a Franklin Police Officer for speeding turned into a case of counterfeiting.
The Franklin Police Department reports that on Sunday, a 26-year-old shoplifted almost $400 in merchandise from the Cool Springs Belk.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for Feb. 12-18:
The Franklin Police Department is working in tandem with the Hendersonville Police Department to arrest a suspect accused of check fraud.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking the identities of two men and a woman who used a counterfeit credit card to the tune of more than $2,500 at a Franklin store.
The Franklin Police Department has charged a Nashville man with his second DUI following an incident which left the driver and his young son in a burning car.
This is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for the period of Feb. 5-11
Those traveling on Interstate 65 between exits 65 and 61 should expect significant traffic delays this weekend due to construction on the Peytonsville Road Bridge.
The ramp from Interstate 24 eastbound to Interstate 65 northbound in Davidson County will close for construction at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 5, and will remain closed until October 2015.
A free handgun shooting and safety class series at the Williamson County Sheriff's Office gun range begins Tuesday, March 3.
Franklin police on Tuesday asked for the public's help in finding a pistol used in the wounding last Friday night of one person in a fight in which another victim was beaten.