The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for the period of Jan. 22-28
The Franklin Police Department is seeking information on a driver of a turquoise blue Ford Ranger pickup truck who evaded police on Sunday.
Franklin police have arrested a suspect accused of the Jan. 3 fatal beating of a man on Acton Street earlier this month.
The murder of Spring Hill Elementary School Principal Sharron Cantrell by her brother appears to have stemmed from an argument over property Cantrell's son was trying to remove from the house in Columbia where the deadly shootout occurred, a family friend said Monday.
The younger brother of Spring Hill Elementary School principal Sharron Cantrell killed her during a domestic dispute Saturday afternoon, then himself was slain in a shootout with Cantrell's husband, Columbia police said.
The Franklin Police Department welcomed ten new officers to their ranks at a Friday morning investiture ceremony.
Authorities gave the go-ahead for the Watson Glen Shopping Center to reopen early Thursday afternoon following a natural gas leak in a pipeline behind the facility on Royal Oaks Blvd.
The former Hillsboro School PTO treasurer accused of stealing about $20,000 in PTO funds pleaded guilty Monday in a separate Williamson County Circuit Criminal Court case related to a probation violation.
A fugitive on the Williamson County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted list has been arrested in Florida.
A Williamson County Sheriff's officer has been named December's deputy of the month sponsored by Toyota of Cool Springs.
National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day is this Friday, and the Franklin Police Department are encouraging citizens to show their support.
Bail has been set at $1 million for a Franklin man arrested Tuesday afternoon and charged with the early Monday robbery of a Shell Station on Murfreesboro Rd., police said.
The Franklin Police report that a Franklin woman has been charged with her second DUI. The woman was arrested after narrowly missing a collision with a police officer and citizen who were stopped on Interstate-65.
The Franklin Police Department is investigating a robbery which occurred early Monday at a Shell Station on Murfreesboro Road.
Those Franklin residents whose ears may have perked up to the sounds of sirens the afternoon of Jan. 3 had no reason to be alarmed.
Franklin police cancelled a Silver Alert for what they called a "confused elderly" female driver, whose wrecked vehicle was found about 9 p.m. Monday in a ravine on new Hwy. 7 in Maury County.
Williamson County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Amber Pater has graduated from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy in Donelson, Sheriff Jeff Long said.
The Franklin Police Department have reported that during a sting operation conducted on Tuesday night to ensure that businesses are not selling alcohol to minors within the city limits, four local businesses were cited for doing exactly that.
Whether you're ringing in the New Year with fireworks, partying at home or going out, fire safety is a number one priority with the State Fire Marshal's Office, according to a news release.
Williamson County Schools made headlines with only a few crime stories in 2014, the first of which came in January when a former Scales Elementary custodian was found in the ceiling tiles above a children's bathroom.
Law enforcement professionals say Franklin's comparatively low-crime is a direct result of its award-winning police department led since Sept. 12 by Chief Deborah Faulkner.
In 2013, Franklin Police recovered more than $23,000 in stolen items during the Flex Unit's "Not in Our Mall" operation at the Cool Springs Galleria.
An aggravated assault warrant has been issued for a state prison parolee who used a pool cue to badly hurt a man in a barroom brawl Wednesday, Franklin police said.
To keep the roads safe during the holiday season, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints through New Year's.
Last Friday, Brentwood Police apprehended a suspect believed to have broken into Brentwood Academy on Tuesday, Dec. 9 and stolen several items including currency, an iPad, class rings and checks.