More than a month after a horrific carbon monoxide poisoning accident at the Talladega race track that killed her husband, a Murfreesboro woman is slowly getting better. More>>
A portion of the roadway is shut down on West End Avenue after two pedestrians were struck by a vehicle.
South African President Jacob Zuma thanked everyone who had sent condolences to the Mandela family. He also declared a national day of prayer and reflection for Sunday. More>>
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for several counties in southern Kentucky and a winter storm advisory for much of Middle Tennessee. More>>
Channel 4 has just learned Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools will be dismissing two hours early on Friday. All afterschool activities are canceled on Friday. More>>
Tennessee Season to Remember ceremony remembers murder victims. More>>
Police have questions as to why a couple going through a bitter divorce was allowed to meet face-to-face Wednesday in Manchester. More>>
Police in Mt. Juliet are looking for two men in connection to a burglary at a pharmacy on Thanksgiving. The break-in happened around 1:30 a.m. at Pharmacare on Weston Drive. More>>
The woman said she was inside the home on the 1600 block of Turner Street when two men shattered a window and broke in around 2 a.m.
The Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area is canceling all camping and other programs scheduled for this weekend because of winter storm predictions. More>>
A Maryville walking horse trainer is facing animal cruelty charges for the second time this year. More>>
A state of emergency is being declared in anticipation of a winter storm forecast to the western and middle parts of Tennessee. More>>
Fast food workers across the nation walked off the job Thursday while demanding higher wages. The workers, including dozens of protestors in Nashville, want their pay increased to $15 an hour. More>>
With a new execution protocol in place, Tennessee officials have asked the state Supreme Court to set death dates for 10 condemned killers. More>>
The Tennessee Highway Patrol and state Department of Safety and Homeland Security say a goal to have zero fatalities on Interstate 40 over the Thanksgiving holiday appears to have been met. More>>
Police are on the scene of a shooting in south Nashville. The shooting happened on the 400 block of Tampa Drive Thursday morning. More>>
Sue Morris and Hilda Wilson have mastered the waiting game. The mothers waited patiently outside the Rutherford County Courthouse while the grand jury met inside behind closed doors on Wednesday. More>>
The driver was rushed to the hospital. Firefighters were examining the car when they noticed the puppy hiding in the wreckage.
A school bus was involved in a crash in Jackson County Thursday morning. Officials say the bus left Keeling Branch Highway and went into a field around 6:30 a.m. More>>
A Nashville man who allegedly skipped town after police started investigating him for child pornography has been arrested. More>>
The city of Nashville announced a development team plans to move forward with a privately funded $230 million facelift for the old convention center. More>>
A downtown Nashville parking garage was the scene of a very violent late night crime. A young woman leaving work was attacked, police say, by a convicted rapist. More>>
A couple that was trying to get people in the holiday spirit on Black Friday wound up getting a lump of coal instead. More>>
The Metro Council has signed off on ballpark plans for a second time without adding any more requirements for the team.
The Hermitage is offering evening tours for the holidays. More>>
Lipscomb University is preparing a graduation ceremony for associate's degree earners at the Tennessee Prison for Women. More>>
Employees in the University of Tennessee system will see a dollar increase in hourly pay by next June. More>>
This week marks two years since a woman died after crashing her car into a Hobby Lobby store, but it was the actions of a complete stranger that brought two families together forever. More>>
A prominent Clarksville attorney, who is part of the legal team defending a former Vanderbilt football player accused of rape, is facing legal trouble of his own. More>>