New numbers from Metro police show a decline in the number of home break-ins and a spike in the number of car thefts in Nashville.
Kim St. Onge
Kim St. Onge joined the News4 team as a reporter in January 2017.
A Midstate father gave his nine-year-old son, Luca a surprise he'll never forget Monday night.
Mt. Juliet Police are slamming a Facebook post they say had "unsubstantiated claims" after getting hundreds of shares Friday.
Matthew Charles tells News4 he was denied a lease application for the second time after finding a two-bedroom home in West Nashville.
Police have released the name of the suspect wanted in connection with the shooting of a rideshare driver in East Nashville on Wednesday night.
Almost half of the teenagers arrested in Nashville since 2018 were re-arrested.
The family of Daniel Hambrick is suing the Metro government and the officer accused of shooting him for $30 million.
Drug treatment centers are warning about an alarming trend happening across the country called patient brokering. Patient brokering is when a shoddy treatment center pays someone to get a recovering drug addict into treatment.
A video of a LaVergne High School students surprising a classmate is going viral.
"When I got up the next morning my phone was ting ting ting ting. I was like what’s going on. It was like 50,000 views," said biology teacher Sonji Newman.
Steve Kortely says his wife, Linda, of 34 years died after their Castalian Springs home caught fire. He believes the Sumner County Emergency Communications Center, or ECC, swept her death under the rug.