"When we got in the Lyft, I noticed that he was writing down every single address that he was driving to on a notepad in the front seat ... That was the first red flag," the woman alleged.
Lisa Banes died after being hit by a scooter when crossing the road in the Upper West Side in New York City. These are some of the best TV and film roles to remember her by.
The body of Pamela Paz, 44, of Smyrna, was found on May 2 in a small parking area on Pennington Bend Road outside Nashville. A medical examiner said she appears to have been strangled.
Protestors hung a "no Nazis in Nashville" banner over the storefront on Saturday in response to the post, where the yellow "not vaccinated" patches appeared to mimic those worn by Jews in Germany while Adolf Hitler was in power.
The suspect has since been arrested by Nashville police and faces a misdemeanor charge for the crime.
The Menages Inc. in Nashville received the maximum amount allowed under the state's Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant (SERG) program.
Tennessee resident Shannon Cole's alleged stunt could have permanently blinded both pilots, a police report said.
The Lewis Country Store posted a video of Hunter Biden smoking a cigarette in a bathtub during a purported crack cocaine binge.
Facebook, Twitter and TikTok lit up with wild claims that a man swung his used colostomy bag onto patrons at Kid Rock's Nashville Bar.
America needs a "frequent, reliable, sustainable and equitable train service," says the rail company's CEO.
The woman and the 13-year-old accused of causing the fatal crash have both been charged with vehicular homicide, police said.
Nashville Fire Department said that more than seven inches of rain fell in the Metro Nashville Davidson County area during two days.
The teacher encouraged other community members to file similar complaints following the education board member's suggestion.
A state lawmaker says the country music icon and philanthropist is "a passionate person who loves everyone, and everyone loves her."
Several buildings will require demolition, according to an evaluation following the Christmas Day blast.
Nashville police are questioning a 29-year-old suspect who surrendered to officers shortly after the shooting.
Anthony Quinn Warner frequently spoke "about the military and bomb making," according to police records from August 2019.
"Nashville and the world is never going to forget me," Warner reportedly told his neighbor days before the explosion.
The arrest is the only incident listed on the Nashville bombing suspect's record.
AT&T's "mobility network is now operating normally, nearly all home internet and video customers have been restored and our business customers are back online," the company said in a press release.
David Rausch, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, said the suspect's death in the explosion makes it harder to determine his motive.
A former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI said the bombing in Nashville revealed how "relatively easy" it is for a single individual to cause disruption.
At the 17-second mark, a huge explosion and bright fireball can be seen in the background, turning the downtown street into an eerie red color. Here's the video.
"He is either a criminal mastermind or a dude who flew completely under the radar," one law enforcement officer told Newsweek.
Documents obtained by Newsweek show a series of unexplained property dealings between Warner, members of his family, and a 29-year-old Los Angeles woman.
The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office said a truck was pulled over on Murfreesboro Road about a half-hour east from where the downtown Nashville RV explosion took place just two days prior.
"Unknowing anything else at the time, they began hearing announcements that something was about to detonate coming from an RV," Chief John Drake said.
"It's got to have something to do with the infrastructure," said John Cooper about the incident.
"He never took it out, but he started moving it around a bit about a month ago," Marco Rodriguez said.