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Savannah Police searching for stolen car

SAVANNAH, Tenn.- Police in Savannah need your help finding a stolen vehicle with the license plate 790-69H. They say it was stolen from Daisy Dreams Floral around 4 Thursday morning and seen heading north. Reports indicated the vehicle may have been spotted in the Huntingdon area. If you have seen this vehicle or have any information on its whereabouts call…

Child injured in Camden crash

CAMDEN, Tenn. -A child was injured in a car crash in Camden. Camden Police say two vehicles crashed behind Wal-mart in Camden on McKelvy Road at 3p.m. Friday afternoon. Police say two helicopters and two ambulances were on scene. The conditions of the drivers are unknown. Photo courtesy: Tony Allen

Shooting in East Jackson sends woman to hospital

JACKSON, Tenn.–Jackson Police say at 7:15, Thursday night, they rushed to the 100 block of Idlewild Street on reports of a shooting. Police say a woman was shot and airlifted to Regional One in Memphis. She is in serious condition. Police are investigating this as a drive-by shooting. They found shell-casings on the ground in front of the home.  At…

UT Martin Chancellor rejects conceal carry issue

MARTIN, Tenn.–The University of Tennessee Martin Student Government Association has debated the issue of concealed carry of firearms on campus. Wednesday, the Chancellor made a decision. A group of SGA senators introduced a resolution supporting this issue which moved to the student senate. That vote was held December 5th and more than 1,400 students voiced their opinion. Nearly 55 percent…

Mobile home fire kills three dogs

HALLS, Tenn.–Three dogs died in a Wednesday afternoon mobile home fire in Halls, according to the Halls Fire Department. The Halls Fire Department says a fire broke out around 12:20 p.m. at 3010 Steelman Road. They say ten firefighters rushed to the scene of heavy smoke. Four adults and two children live inside the home. They got out safely and…

Families celebrate annual Lexington Christmas parade

LEXINGTON, Tenn.-Families and friends in Lexington enjoyed their annual Christmas parade Monday night. Lexington firefighters and police let off their sirens as hundreds of people lined downtown Main Street. Miss Tennessee’s Caty Davis waved to the crowd as the Lexington High School band performed. Children enjoyed the sights of floats, lights and festive displays. Surrounding business owners also drove their…

Three car pile-up halts traffic in North Jackson

JACKSON, Tenn.-A car crash halted traffic in North Jackson Thursday night. Jackson Police say one car rear ended another car, causing the two cars in front of it to collide. The crash happened at US 45 bypass South near Carriage House around 7:30 Thursday.  Traffic was at a complete stop near the construction zone of bypass and Interstate 40. Jackson Police…

Families celebrate Henderson Christmas parade

HENDERSON, Tenn.-Hundreds of families and friends donned the streets of downtown Henderson for the annual Christmas parade at 7 Thursday night. Christmas lights, floats and other festive displays lined the streets. The high school band pumped up the crowd. Henderson representatives, including Miss Henderson, handed out candy to attendees. “Seeing the floats is exciting and waiving at them and saying…