25 September 2021
Two people are dead and another is injured after a shooting near the 500 block of Haynes St in Memphis, Tennessee. One person was killed on the scene, police said. Two other shooting victims were taken to Regional One Hospital, and one of those victims later died at the hospital
Tennessee Adds 21 Deaths To Coronavirus Toll; Nashville Has 110 New Cases In A Day. Cases have gone up from 3,663 to 3802.
A man who previously spent time behind bars after pleading guilty to attempted murder was arrested on Sunday in connection to a deadly shooting in North Memphis.
1 year ago
A drunk driver's truck was hit by a train as he was being taken into custody in Humphreys County
One person was injured in a shooting near 4th Ave and Minor St in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The victim showed up at Ascension St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
One male victim was located with a gunshot wound and has been pronounced deceased near 715 Leath St in Memphis, Tennessee
Martavious Cole, 19, and two 16-year-olds were arrested Saturday after they fired shots near Mt Moriah Rd in Memphis, Tennessee, with no injuries
Sunday coronavirus updates: Tennessee reports 3321 cases
Hendersonville police are looking for three suspects after someone was dragged by a car while trying to sell a phone using the Let Go app
1 year ago
One woman is dead following a crash on Highway 11W in Sullivan County
A 28-year-old Memphis man was charged after a deadly double shooting in late March.​ March 28. When first responders arrived in the 1100 block of Tunstall, they found 26-year-old Kenton Willett dead and a female suffering from a gunshot wound.
Coronavirus federal disaster declarations approved by @POTUS for Tennessee and USVI, according to the @WhiteHouse
Vanderbilt University in Nashville told students: Don't attend parties because of COVID19. The message was ignored and at least 107 of them say they have contracted the virus
Gov. Bill Lee signing order requiring Tennesseans to stay home
638 reported cases of COVID19 reported in Shelby County, up from 497 the previous day. Five people have died
Clarence "Gilly Baby" Kilcrease, a Nashville radio legend who helped launch many careers over the years, has died at the age of 84
A man was seriously wounded in a shooting near E Magnolia Ave and Kyle St in Knoxville, Tennessee no suspects in custody and the shooting
Jackson police confirmed Wednesday that the two people injured in Tuesday night's shooting have died from their injuries
Tennessee has 2934 cases of COVID19, including 24 deaths. 137 people have recovered & 200 people are hospitalized
2 employees that work at this Kroger on Highway 100 in Bellevue have tested positive for COVID19 In a statement, a spokesperson for the chain says the company hired a third-party company to clean and sanitize the store.
Drive-by shooting leaves man in critical condition in the 2400 block of W. Hillview around 9:30 p.m. That’s near Memphis International Airport.
Cooper proposes tax hike in Nashville, state reports 23 deaths and cases in 80 counties. Tennessee COVID-19 cases rise to 2239
The COVID19 case count for Tennessee is 2,239 as of March 31, 2020, including 23 deaths and 175 hospitalizations
There are 541 COVID19 cases in Davidson Co. That's 98 cases in 24 hours. Nearly 500 people called the COVID-19 hotline and 143 people were tested at the new community assessment centers.
Man arrested following drive-by shooting in Hickory Hill, police say March 25 in the 5500 block of Apple Blossom Road.
1 shot, killed at motel on Brick Church Pike. Metro police said officers are investigating the shooting as a homicide.
Homicide investigation underway at Brick Church Pk. & West Trinity Ln.; fatal shooting reported around 4:10AM.
MNPD are investigating an early Tuesday morning homicide in North Nashville at the area near W. Trinity Lane and Brick Church Pike.
At least 130 test positive for coronavirus at Tenn. nursing home, including 2 deaths
Man dead after late-night shooting in the 2700 block of Range Line Road in Memhpis
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