Tennessee State Trooper Lee Russell Dies in a Helicopter Crash

Lee Russell, a helicopter pilot for the Tennessee Highway Patrol, died in a helicopter crash near Chattanooga in Marion County. In 2013, the THP announced the assignment of Russell to west Tennessee. "Trooper Lee Russell has been assigned to pilot the helicopter. Russell is a native of west Tennessee (McKenzie) and graduated from the University … Continue reading Tennessee State Trooper Lee Russell Dies in a Helicopter Crash

Local Dickson County Business Owner Slandering Customers; Other Businesses

Earlier Thursday morning (est) Art Smart Tattoo and Piercing shop located at 1110 TN-47, Dickson, TN 37055 posted on social media that they’re, “Running a deal for Friday the 13th.” An interested customer asks “Does this include industrial” to which the business page replied, “sorry but no” now the interesting statement’s continue on when another … Continue reading Local Dickson County Business Owner Slandering Customers; Other Businesses

Semi Slams into a Dickson County Fire Truck

A Dickson County fire truck rolled over in a collision with an 18-wheeler Wednesday morning. The accident took place on I-40. Toni Stinson was driving the Dickson County Emergency Management Agency vehicle when the accident occurred, sources reported. She was able to extricate herself from the truck. No one was seriously injured in the wreck. … Continue reading Semi Slams into a Dickson County Fire Truck

Rutherford County man arrested after allegedly stabbing wife for the 2nd time in a month

A Rutherford County man is facing charges after allegedly stabbing his wife, and it’s not the first time he has done it, according to authorities. Charles Hawes, 65, was arrested after allegedly stabbing his wife, Betty, in the leg on Thursday. Once on the scene, Rutherford County Deputy Michael Russell applied a tourniquet to stop … Continue reading Rutherford County man arrested after allegedly stabbing wife for the 2nd time in a month

70-year-old charged with DUI in deadly Lebanon Town Square crash

A woman is facing charges following a deadly three-car crash in downtown Lebanon. It happened on the town square just before 5 p.m. Monday. Lebanon police say a gray SUV initially hit another vehicle near the intersection of West Main Street and North Greenwood Street. The SUV did not stop and continued toward the Lebanon … Continue reading 70-year-old charged with DUI in deadly Lebanon Town Square crash

Man convicted of killing Dickson Sergeant sentenced in federal court

The United States District Court has sentenced Steven Wiggins to life in prison, plus ten years. The 33-year-old has been convicted for the killing Dickson County Sergeant Daniel Baker. It happened almost four years ago on May 30, 2018. Wiggins faced carjacking and firearms violations that resulted in death on a federal level. He pleaded … Continue reading Man convicted of killing Dickson Sergeant sentenced in federal court

Mckayla Woods of Humphreys County pronounced deceased earlier Thursday Morning

Per family upon immediate press release request, Mckayla Woods born January 27, 2006 was transported by EMS where she was later pronounced Deceased at Tristar Hospital earlier Thursday morning. Mckayla was known as an “outgoing” and “caring” individual within the Humphreys County Community. The cause of death is believed to be an Asthma Attack currently … Continue reading Mckayla Woods of Humphreys County pronounced deceased earlier Thursday Morning

Waverly families file lawsuit against railroad company

Legal representatives of 10 families from Waverly have filed a lawsuit against a railroad company over the deadly floods in 2021. The lawsuit alleges CSX Transportation could have prevented the rush of water that swept through Waverly last year, killing 20 people, including seven children. Lawyers from two firms, representing the 10 families who lost … Continue reading Waverly families file lawsuit against railroad company

Lawsuit against Waverly, TN CSX operations is currently developing; Press conference to be held.

Breaking News: A lawsuit has been filed in Waverly against CSX by up to 10 families that lost loved ones in the flood WAVERLY, TN - Families of ten victims, including seven children, who died in theAugust 2021 Flash Flood in Waverly, Tennessee are expected to announce a major legal development tomorrow at 10:30am. The … Continue reading Lawsuit against Waverly, TN CSX operations is currently developing; Press conference to be held.

Titans’ ownership group willing to put $700 million toward new stadium

Discussions surrounding the Tennessee Titans’ proposed new stadium appear to be progressing faster than expected. Official Sources have learned where some of the estimated $2 billion is coming from to fund the project. Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton told WTN 99.7 this morning that the Adams family, the Titans’ ownership group, is willing to put … Continue reading Titans’ ownership group willing to put $700 million toward new stadium