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5-story affordable housing moves forward in Salemtown
A new report found that anti-Semitic incidents in Tennessee more than doubled in just a year.
A Smyrna family considers themselves lucky to be alive after a light pole fell on their car late Friday night during strong winds.
The National Weather Service (NWS) surveyed damage in Lincoln County around the Fayetteville area Saturday and determined that an EF-2 tornado with peak winds of 118 mph occurred there.
Teams took over Charlotte Park in West Nashville on Saturday to raise money for a Smyrna student-athlete who lost both her legs in a St. Louis crash back in February.
Crews in Putnam County fought a Friday night vehicle fire involving a tractor-trailer hauling aerosol sunscreen.
The Metro Nashville Planning Department is asking Davidson County residents to give their opinions on each of the two draft redistricting maps in order to proceed in the process.
Nashville's District Attorney confirmed the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) visited his office on Friday for what he called an inspection.
Homes and vehicles across the region are damaged after severe weather made its way through Middle Tennessee Friday night and Saturday morning.
Damage is being reported across the region after severe weather made its way across Middle Tennessee late Friday night into early Saturday morning
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) reported at least 23 people were killed during Friday night’s tornadoes.
It’s a walk many people take along Buchanon Street in North Nashville. Between a school, businesses and several bike lanes, at any time of the day, you can see just how congested the area can become.
A deadly shooting in The Nations involving the Metro Nashville Police Department is under investigation after two women were shot and the gunman died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.