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Survivor in deadly motorcycle crash speaks out, reunites with Good Samaritan


McCormick stayed in the hospital for two weeks, undergoing an amputation and numerous surgeries. She said the pain of losing her leg pales in comparison to losing her fiance. More>>

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Hendersonville police solve 1985 kidnapping, rape case Video included


Hendersonville police announced they have solved a kidnapping and rape case from 1985. More>>

Highway funding may delay proposed SR109-I-65 interchange


Tennessee has funding for 13 road-widening projects totaling more than $200 million waiting on whether Congress refreshes the federal Highway Trust Fund in August. More>>

Girl, 5, recovering from ATV crash Video included


A 5-year-old girl is recovering after an ATV crash in Sumner County that took part of her leg. More>>

Automotive systems maker expanding in Sumner Co.


Officials say the expansion of an automotive systems manufacturer in Gallatin could create 230 new jobs over the next five years in Sumner County. More>>

Family suing school district claims daughter was bullied, harassed by teammates Video included


A 16-year-old Hendersonville girl says she was a victim of racism and bullying on her high school basketball team, and the coaches did nothing about it. More>>

Police: Search underway for man who ran away from officers in Sumner Co.


Sumner County police are looking for a man who they say ran away from officers on Tuesday morning. More>>

Parents sue over treatment of daughter at Sumner Co. school

Updated: June 4, 2014 07:11 PM

A family is taking their school district to court, saying that bullying went ignored and unpunished. The parents of a Hendersonville High School student said they had no choice but to sue. More>>

Judge denies recusal request in Lindsey Lowe case


Attorneys for the Hendersonville woman accused of smothering her newborn twins to death in September 2011 say a different judge needs to hear her case. More>>

State won't seek death penalty against Lowe


Prosecutors will not seek the death penalty of a woman accused of killing her newborn twins. Lindsey Lowe was indicted on two counts of first degree murder, two counts of premeditated first degree murder and two counts of aggravated child abuse.

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