We will be updating this story as more cases are confirmed in the Local 6 area.
The Henry County Sheriff's Office says a man shot and killed his estranged wife and another woman who called 911, before having an eight hour stand off with officers and shooting himself.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is authorizing the National Guard to respond to protests in Nashville. Lee says the protests have taken a "violent, unlawful turn."
Weakley County Sheriff's Department says Canon Magourik is the 18-year-old man who was shot at least seven times Wednesday night in McKenzie. He is currently in Vanderbilt Hospital in critical but stable condition.
Union City Schools announced Thursday they have canceled their junior/senior prom due to social distancing guidelines from the COVID-19 outbreak.
WPSD Local 6 is currently broadcasting on a temporary transmitter at a lower power and with an antenna at a reduced height. These two elements, low-power and lower antenna height, mean that our broadcast coverage area has shrunk.
The University of Tennessee System's COVID-19 task force has released a report that gives guidance, recommendations, and best practices to re-open its campuses in the fall.
Tennessee's Economic Recovery Group issued new guidelines for restaurants and retail businesses on Wednesday, as well as guidelines for reopening large attractions on May 22.
Top leaders in Tennessee got a sneak peek at a former Memphis newspaper building that has been transformed into a 401-bed hospital for COVID-19 patients.
The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board met during the annual summer meeting to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on campus, the strategic enrollment plan, the proposed budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year and an update on the improvements made to the university's Clery Act compliance.
Eligible Tennesseans can now request an absentee ballot to vote by mail in the Aug. 6 election, according to a news release from the Secretary of State’s office.
The Republican senator will be working remotely and will chair the Senate health committee hearing on Tuesday morning by video conference.
It's back to business for hair salons, spas and other close-contact services across Tennessee. But this time around, there are additional safety measures to keep customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tennessee churches held services Sunday, with a few safety guidelines as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. But some in the Local 6 area aren't opening just yet.
Gibson Electric Membership Corporation says more than 2,000 members are still without power Sunday night because of damage caused by strong storms that struck in the afternoon.
A Weather Authority Alert has been issued for this afternoon and evening as there is a possibility for a few severe thunderstorms, gusty winds up to 70 mph, and ping pong ball sized hail.
Like many universities, the University of Tennessee at Martin got creative to hold its May commencement while protecting graduates from COVID-19.
More than 1,200 inmates and staff have tested positive for COVID-19 at Trousdale Turner Correctional Center, according to the Department of Correction.
Weakley County Schools is postponing their high school graduations to the weekend of June 12. Graduation was originally scheduled for May 15.
Gyms in most Tennessee counties are now able to reopen, but with many safety measures implemented to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The 50-acre heritage park will be open to the general public staring June 1 and will be open from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. It will be closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays for deep cleaning.
Gyms and other fitness facilities in Tennessee will be able to start reopening Friday however, Gov. Bill Lee has set guidelines they have to follow.
More than 700 undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin will be honored with a virtual graduation commencement on Saturday, May 2.
All University of Tennessee campuses are proposing a zero percent tuition increase to their individual advisory boards. The advisory boards will meet in early May to review and discuss tuition.
A Tennessee woman was arrested in Paducah after she was pulled over while driving a stolen car Wednesday afternoon. After searching the vehicle, police say they found a small amount of marijuana and two open bottles of alcohol, leading to additional charges.
Close contact services like salons and barber shops in Tennessee will be able to reopen on May 6 in most Tennessee counties, Gov. Bill Lee announced Wednesday.
After weeks of empty parking lots and locked doors, people are starting to trickle back into retail stores in 89 Tennessee counties.
Since the U.S. Government considers Tyson Foods a critical company during the novel coronavirus pandemic, Tyson has been taken extra steps to ensure the safety of their team members.