The Franklin Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on Mallory Lane near Centennial High School Friday evening.
Franklin Police are searching for three suspects accused of stealing children's items from CoolSprings Galleria last week.
An Iowa man was arrested in Franklin after police found his vehicle suspended on a pole three feet in the air.
A jury trial has been set for September in the case against a Brentwood man charged with the murder of his wife in their Governors Club home.
Longtime Franklin Police Department K9 Sting passed away on Friday, Nov. 29.
Police see an increase in thefts around the holiday season, and shoppers are often the targets. To ensure crooks don’t help themselves to holiday gifts from cars, front doorsteps and retailers, local law enforcement advise mindfulness.
You’ve heard of distracted driving, but have you heard of distracted cooking? Countless distractions can happen while we’re cooking, and these distractions multiply with the holidays.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking information on a trio of armed men who allegedly robbed a gas station clerk at gunpoint early Saturday morning.
Two male suspects are wanted by Franklin Police for allegedly making fraudulent charges using stolen credit cards.
Responding to natural disasters and other emergencies where buildings have been damaged or collapsed is now much more efficient for rescue workers throughout Williamson County, thanks to a joint effort between the Franklin Fire Department and the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency (EMA).
The bond review hearing against a suspect in a Brentwood home invasion has been continued to next month.
The first review of Brentwood murder suspect Randolph Maidens' criminal case was postponed this morning. At the Williamson County Courthouse, District Attorney Kim Helper told Judge James Martin III that the first review had been rescheduled for Nov. 25, which originally was slated to be Maidens' plea date.
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Traffic north into downtown Nashville is again flowing following a horrendous commute caused by a fatal, one-vehicle crash on I-65 this morning. The incident, near the Harding Road exit, resulted in a major backlog as far south as Franklin.
The Franklin Fire Department will be performing fire hydrant maintenance from now through March, including flow testing and painting.
A felony suspect who twice fled from Franklin Police officers was arrested Tuesday.