The 2018 Status of Suicide in Tennessee highlighted an increase in suicides among young people 10-18 years old in the state, with one person in the age group lost to suicide each week.
In a time when the media frequently comes under attack, supporters of freedom of the press said defending the First Amendment and promoting open government are more important than ever.
The Watertown High School concert choir recently traveled to the First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro.
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Editor’s Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame. All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Lebanon police responded to a stabbing call at 602 Maryland St. around 9 p.m. Thursday evening.
Wilson County and every other Tennessee county saw increased unemployment rates from December to January.
Gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd made a series of appearances in Wilson County on Thursday ahead of this year’s general election.
David Huffman’s senior art show, entitled “Articles,” is on display at the Cumberland University art gallery until March 23.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents are investigating an officer-involved shooting Thursday morning in Antioch.
A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment Wednesday charging a former Nashville judge on obstruction and other charges stemming from a scheme in which he abused his official position for personal gain.
A man charged in the 2015 shooting death of 13-year-old C’Asia Patton had a trial date set for May 22 on Monday.
With St. Patrick’s Day falling on a Saturday this year, festivals and celebrations will likely see larger-than-normal crowds, with more vehicles and pedestrians on the roadways.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its annual crime study Thursday detailing the volume and nature of crime on the state’s college and university campuses.
More Americans than ever plan to hold on to their tax refunds this year rather than spending the money they get from the Internal Revenue Service, according to the annual tax refund survey released recently by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.