A bombshell investigative report has revealed that top leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention have ignored and obstructed victims of church-related sexual abuse for more than two decades.
The Nolensville Police Department has charged an 18-year-old and a 16-year-old in connection with several drive-by shootings with a BB gun after two people were shot in the span of about three hours on Thursday evening.
A 17-year-old boy was charged with first degree murder on Thursday following Wednesday night’s shooting at Middle Tennessee State University that killed an 18-year-old and wounded another 17-year-old after a graduation ceremony for Riverdale High School.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has released an update on their investigation into the March 25 shooting that killed a Franklin man, but they have not yet made an arrest.
Spring Hill Mayor Jim Hagaman Wednesday detailed actions the city is taking to maintain ample water reserves for everyday uses plus necessary reserves for fire suppression scenarios, per a release from the city.
A February shooting at a Franklin Waffle House has resulted in additional charges against two men who allegedly helped the accused shooter flee police.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal wreck that happened Wednesday morning that has shut down part of I-840 westbound at I-65.
Nashville honored late country music icon Naomi Judd on Sunday with a star-packed tribute at the Ryman, recalling the power and impact of Judd’s art and life.
Former Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse RaDonda Vaught will not serve jail time after making a medication error that resulted in the death of a patient.
The illegal signage for the Todd Warner (R-Chapel Hill) re-election campaign has reappeared in a new location since being removed from its previous location at the behest of Thompson’s Station Planning and Zoning Department.
Before the Williamson County Regional Planning Commission got underway with its main agenda Thursday evening, members, staff and others took time to honor John Lackey for his years of service as chairman of the commission.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper says that he and the Tennessee Titans are seemingly nearing a pact that would alleviate all financial responsibility for the team’s reported new enclosed stadium from taxpayers, according to an op-ed he published in The Tennessean on Thursday.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Meharry Medical College researchers helped determine that Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children ages 6 to 11. Earlier this week, Moderna asked for approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to offer the vaccine to this…
COVID-19 infection rates remain low in Williamson County as the United States surpasses 1 million deaths since the beginning of the pandemic just over two years ago.
New mothers relying on TennCare and Children’s Health Insurance Program are now covered through the first year after their child’s birth, including dental coverage, up from 60 days.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of two people and the seizure of some $40,000 worth of illegal vape cartridges.
Tennessee Senators Marsha Blackburn and Bill Hagerty, along with other Republican senators, introduced the Public Servant Protection Act this week.
Both Williamson County and Metro Nashville's law enforcement collectives held memorials for their fallen colleagues this week.
With an overall assessment that Franklin is in “excellent financial condition,” City Administrator Eric Stuckey released the city’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2022-23 Monday.
Williamson County Election Commissioners say that primary elections last week were a success and attributes that to, among other things, Omaha, Neb.-based Election Systems and Software.
An Alabama manhunt has now centered on Williamson County after a vehicle connected to a missing prisoner and corrections officer was found in Bethesda.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through May 11 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
U.S. Congressional candidate Robby Starbuck has filed suit against the Tennessee Republican Party as well as the Office of the Tennessee Secretary of State following his removal from the primary election ballot last month.
A Brentwood doctor who operates Absolute Medical Care clinic in Smyrna has been indicted on sixteen counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.
Williamson County's Tuesday primaries had its final unofficial tally set up a handful of races for Aug. 4 general county election, and saw two controversial candidates fall in their respective primaries.
U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) voiced the frustration shared by many of her colleagues about the way Monday's news about the Supreme Court's pending decision to overturn Roe v. Wade leaked to the public.
Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday that he would delay any scheduled execution until at least the end of the year to allow for an independent review of the state’s procedures, including its oversight of the chemicals used to kill inmates.
Nolensville High School and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a threat that was made against the school on Friday, though it's been deemed as "not credible."
A number of those who had formed a relationship with Brant Bousquet through the Hard Bargain Association met to pay tribute Thursday to the nonprofit’s first executive director.
Oscar Franklin “Frank” Smith was scheduled to be executed by the state of Tennessee at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 21. Today, Smith is still alive.
Actor Gary Sinise will be moving his veterans foundation to Franklin from its previous home of Los Angeles this summer, per a press release.
Samuel Johnson, former VisuWell CEO, and his wife Jill are suing comedian Kathy Griffin for online harassment and internet stalking for her reactions to a viral video that led to his dismissal from the Franklin-based company last April.
Early voting for the Williamson County Republican and Democratic primary election at seven locations ends Thursday, and the number of those who have voted is less than 3 percent as of last Friday.