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  • Carla Fugate (Source: Hendersonville PD)

    4 arrested in connection to assault, robbery in Hendersonville

    Corbett Newman, Carla Fugate, Daniel Wicker and Everett Hill are accused of beating a 23-year-old man and stealing his wallet on Monday afternoon.

  • The fire was called in around 2 a.m. Friday. (WSMV)

    Officials identify woman killed in house fire in Gallatin

    Emergency crews were called around 2 a.m. Friday to the two-story home at 349 East Eastland Ave.

  • (WSMV)

    Sumner County woman dies after falling into creek

    Police say 55-year-old Sandra Lamberth was found unresponsive in West Fork Drakes Creek on Saturday.

  • Several people were trapped after flash flooding in Sumner County. (WSMV)

    Sumner County executive says flooding prevention efforts needed

    Just last summer, some of the very same areas of Sumner County saw massive flooding. The Channel 4 I-Team has learned that many residents tried to clean up some of the problem spots but faced resistance in the form of an environmental regulation.

  • Flash flooding causes water rescues, damage to homes in Sumner County

    Sumner County Sheriff Sonny Weatherford said no injuries have been reported at this time in connection to the flooding. Weatherford said the northern part of the county was hit the hardest.

  • (WSMV)

    Police: Man threatened Hendersonville officers with knife

    Police say they have arrested a man who threatened to kill officers with a knife on Tuesday morning.

  • Gallatin PD hosts Santa Classic golf tournament

    The Gallatin Police Department held its annual Santa Classic golf tournament on Saturday, Nov. 7 at Long Hollow Golf Course.
  • Parents sue over treatment of daughter at Sumner Co. school

    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.