The summer boating season is about to set sail, but before you head to the lake, there are some things you should know.
Nashville's newest police precinct, which will be built across from the Music City Center, is being fast-tracked against the objection of more than 90 downtown property owners.
Metro police have arrested a man accused in at least three robberies and an attempted homicide this month in East Nashville.
Queen Elizabeth's youngest son, Prince Edward, is visiting Tennessee to promote one of the British royal family's charities, the Duke of Edinburgh's awards.
Piedmont Gas crews have resumed construction on the controversial pipeline project at Radnor Lake State Park after a messy problem last week.
Police busted a drug deal in progress but learned there was a substantial amount of drugs stashed at two other locations.
A Metro police officer was involved in a crash Wednesday evening while responding to an emergency call.
Angela Riley is still lapsing in and out of a coma 11 days after she was struck by a hit-and-run driver.
A Nashville judge has permanently suspended the public guardian of Davidson County while citing "significant concerns" that she charged excessive fees to the elderly and disabled people she is supposed to protect.
A Joelton man who quietly made a difference all his life now needs other people to save his.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the Metro Nashville Board of Education brought by a charter school that was ordered to be closed because of poor student performance.
Metro police say two suspects are in custody and a third remains on the run after a woman was punched and robbed outside a Nashville Walgreens while trying to use a Redbox movie rental kiosk.
The Grand Ole Opry rolled out the red carpet for the troops for a special program Tuesday evening honoring the United States military.
Dozens of protesters rallied Tuesday outside the federal building in downtown Nashville, demanding further investigation into the IRS' alleged targeting of conservative groups.
Power was knocked out to hundreds of residents in Nashville overnight after a truck slammed into a pole on White Bridge Road.
A Nashville resident will serve 13 months in prison for filing false tax returns.
The Nashville Zoo announced Tuesday they are welcoming the recent births of a female Eurasian lynx and two female clouded leopard cubs.
A father is facing charges after police said he left his young kids in a hot car Monday in the Gulch area of downtown.
A suspect has been arrested in the death of a west Tennessee man at a north Nashville motel earlier this month.
A corrections officer was arrested right at the jail where he works.
One of the busiest hospitals in Middle Tennessee is now almost overrun with patients. In fact, it's never had more admissions than it does right now.
Following the ceremony to open the new Music City Center, Mayor Karl Dean gave the 50th annual State of Metro Address in which he pushed for improved public education, more mass transit and creating new housing for low-income residents.
Tennessee college students can expect to pay more for tuition next fall, but the increase for state universities could be less than it has been in recent years.
A former dean of the Meharry Medical College School of Medicine has once again been tapped as interim president of the Nashville institution.
Metro schools are making a big push to improve student health, and one high school is taking that initiative one step further.
Police are searching for two young men who robbed and carjacked two people at the scene of a crash in Antioch early Monday morning.
A national traveling exhibit on the Civil War will be on display at Nashville's Green Hills Library beginning on Monday.
First Lady Michelle Obama congratulated students at Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School's graduation Saturday, in her only high school commencement speech this year.
Imagine if thieves could get inside your car without leaving a trace. Saturday night, Metro Police said there were six car burglaries in the same downtown parking garage. Some were near the valet service.
The initial rush for ammunition and guns in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the resulting fear over possible tougher gun laws has subsided.
Those who live in a south Nashville neighborhood awoke to the sound of an explosion Friday morning, and now the family who lives at the home is wondering if they were targeted because of their religion.
A woman who fell into the Cumberland River from a bridge on Old Hickory Boulevard has been rescued safely.
Police said a homeless man admitted to smoking crack cocaine before a three-hour police standoff on the roof of a south Nashville motel Friday morning.
A convicted drug dealer is in police custody after he was caught with a large amount of cash and pills while speeding in Madison.
A Nashville man is facing charges in connection with the recent death of a 3-year-old boy.
A couple's frustrating battle with the Department of Children's Services regarding custody of their child is finally over.
Leaders with Metro Nashville Public Schools have serious concerns about what is happening at some of the city's most popular charter schools.
A dog considered vicious and sentenced to death is now getting a second chance. The pit bull killed another dog, but what happened in court caused the judge to reverse his ruling.
Some big changes are coming to one of Nashville's busiest and most high-profile neighborhoods.
A public battle is brewing over just how much Nashville's police officers should be paid. Advocates say officers aren't being rewarded for making a big dent in crime, and their campaign is now headed to the streets.
TSA security screeners found an unloaded gun in a carry-on bag Thursday morning at Nashville International Airport.
The Metro Police Department held a ceremony Thursday to name the west precinct after a former chief that served as head of the department for 16 years.
First lady Michelle Obama is visiting Nashville this weekend to speak at Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School's graduation, but Metro police won't play a major role in her security during the visit.
The man serving three life sentences for the stabbing deaths of a Bellevue family in 2012 initially told detectives he was acting in self-defense.
Nashville foodies and music lovers have something new to celebrate. The Music City Eats festival will make its debut this fall.
A gunman is being sought after a shooting on Claiborne Street on Tuesday.
In one week, Metro police have made three arrests at the same apartment complex in Hermitage.
A gas leak forced customers and employees out of a Hermitage store Tuesday evening.
A girls' softball coach is no longer on the field after a disturbing discovery. Police say they found several images of child pornography on the man's computer.
Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board voted to recommend all states lower the legal blood alcohol content level from .08 to .05.
The Metro School Board is set to meet Tuesday night, and members will get an earful about plans for a new school.
They come to Nashville each year by the hundreds, many with nothing more than a guitar and a pick in their pocket, but several aspiring musicians are seeing their Music City dreams crushed by con artists.
When lives are on the line, firefighters spare nothing to rescue those in danger, but in Nashville, a new policy will ensure they will soon be less aggressive when it comes to properties where no one lives and no one is in danger.
Firefighters rescued a family's three dogs when their Cane Ridge home caught fire Tuesday.
Police are actively searching for a serial burglar that robbed the same business twice this week.
An IHOP employee in Antioch is accused of running over a customer with a car and robbing him.
Metro Public Health Department officials say that a batch of mosquitoes collected in Bordeaux have tested positive for West Nile virus.
A McGavock High School student and her older sister are accused of selling drugs.
A longtime Metro Schools teacher with a lengthy list of accolades has resigned after admitting to sending inappropriate messages to a child.
Police say criminals are turning to a popular dating website to find potential victims, and a recent case even led to an armed robbery.
A lot of recent attention has been paid to what students are eating in their school cafeterias, but some say what's worse is what some are not eating when they're away from school - nothing.
Officials are not releasing much information about why a Metro police officer had his badge and gun taken away amidst a probe by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
The second best place to land a job in the United States is the Metro Nashville area, according to Forbes.
A fight early Friday morning ended in a man getting shot, said police.
Detectives are seeking to identify a man who robbed a Dollar General on Monday afternoon.
A woman was arrested Friday and another person is being sought after the arrest of a 17-year-old boy accused of killing a Pearl-Cohn student.
Heavy smoke caused the evacuation of a dog food factory Wednesday morning in south Nashville.
Three employees were taken to local hospitals from a west Nashville Goodwill store after it was evacuated Tuesday morning for a carbon monoxide leak.
Police arrested two people and are looking for a third fugitive after a car and a sheriff's department vehicle were stolen in north Nashville on Tuesday.
Victims' rights group You Have the Power is celebrating its 20-year anniversary and will be honoring Nashville District Attorney General Torry Johnson with the first annual Powerhouse Award.
An elderly woman suffered minor injuries after three men kicked down the door of her Brick Church Pike home and robbed her early Wednesday morning.
The state released an audit Thursday that says the Nashville Electric Service paid one manufacturer and its distributor more than $17 million in the last eight years for electric power cable that was not properly bid.