Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III announced an $26 billion agreement between several state government and local governments and major pharmaceutical distributors and producers in order to curb some impacts of the ongoing national opioid crisis.
While first responder agencies across the county took part in a variety of community celebrations, they were also busy with their usual public safety efforts, especially as several fires were attributed to fireworks over the Independence Day holiday.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a rolling roadblock on Interstate 65 northbound in Williamson County on Thursday at 1 p.m.
Some Williamson County law enforcement agencies recently used artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology to investigate crimes, marking a new era of policing in the county.
Williamson County will receive federal disaster assistance following severe weather and flooding that impacted the state from March 25 through April 3 2021.
As gas prices have crept higher over the past week following the recent cyber attack on the nation’s largest refined oil pipeline, panic buying has caused some concerns for businesses and individuals, but so far local governments are managing the challenge.
Still recovering from March’s severe thunderstorms, Brentwood residents entreated city commissioners to change a current ordinance to allow decks to be built on riverfront and river-adjacent homes.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a roadside sobriety checkpoint on Carothers Parkway south of Cool Springs Boulevard on Wednesday, May 5.
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office is launching a new state-wide speeding prevention campaign on Friday called "Slow Down Tennessee."
Tennessee’s new permitless handgun law set to take effect in July has raised objections and concerns from law enforcement professionals across the state, including from some in Williamson County.
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency is collecting damage reports from residents who may have experienced property damage from Thursday's severe weather.
The United States Marshals Service, Tennessee Department of Children’s Services and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced the recovery of 150 missing children across the state, 42 of which were rescued throughout Middle Tennessee.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is working to patch potholes following last week's multiple winter storms that impacted much of Tennessee.
A teen arrested by the Metro Nashville Police Department for shooting at a family in traffic and an armed robbery has a history of arrests in Williamson County.
Williamson Fire-Rescue has answered a mutual aid call to provide a water tanker full of water to the Memphis area following a water crisis in the city that was sparked from last week’s winter storms.
Williamson County first responders have been busy over the past 24 hours as weather-related calls for service have increased.
Williamson County continues to go through the remnants of a winter storm that blew in Sunday, with freezing temperatures causing hazardous road conditions for Tuesday commutes.
On Wednesday the United States Department of Homeland Security issued a National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin warning of a "heightened threat environment across the United States" due to domestic terrorism.
The National Weather Service Nashville is forecasting storms on Sunday night which could bring more than an inch of rain to much of Williamson County.
More than 750 soldiers and airmen with the Tennessee National Guard are part of the 25,000 member National Guard task force providing additional security to the U.S. Capitol and other federal buildings in Washington D.C. surrounding the inauguration of the incoming 46th President of the Unit…
UPDATE (1:50 p.m. 1/8/21): The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation canceled their endangered child alert early on Friday morning hours after it was issued on Thursday night.
Police are reporting that members of the "Felony Lane Gang" may be responsible for recent auto burglaries in Williamson County.
A new tobacco law has taken effect in Tennessee raising the age from 18 to 21-years-old to purchase tobacco products including cigarettes, chewing tobacco, smoking hemp and vapor products.
More than 48 hours after the Christmas Day suicide bombing devastated a block of Nashville’s 2nd Avenue North, the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency remains one of several agencies experiencing a disrupted 911 system in Tennessee.
On the same day a shocking explosion did massive damage in downtown Nashville, a home in Franklin has been completely devoured by a Christmas day fire.