Friday Jul 18
Road Projects Stalled While Senate Debates Highway Trust Fund
A vote has been scheduled in Congress to replenish the Federal Highway Trust Fund.
White House boy, 6, fights for life after near drowning
A Robertson County first grader is struggling to recover Tuesday night after a swimming pool accident four days ago in Goodlettsville.
Fleeman receives Regions Bank's top associate honor
Regions Bank announced that Patsy Fleeman is the July 2014 recipient of the Regions Bank Better Life Award.
'Prescription for Success' forum sheds light on pill abuse epidemic locally, statewide
Monty Burks captivated the crowd as he shared his personal experience that started with his father's death and led to him spiraling into drug addiction.
Authorities Identify Person Of Interest In Deadly Party Shooting
Authorities said they were working to locate a person of interest in a shooting a party in Montgomery County that left one man dead and two women injured.
Judge hopefuls want more efficiency from courts
Judge Mike R. Jones has been the Circuit Court Division II Judge for 14 years and will retire from his position in August.
Business & Heritage Clarksville
Hatch Stamping brings 101 new jobs to Portland
Hatch Stamping Company officials welcomed TN Gov. Bill Haslam and ECD Commissioner Bill Hagerty on Thursday, June 19, as they announced the company will locate a new manufacturing facility in Portland in an effort to expand its footprint in the Southeast.