PERRY COUNTY, Tenn. — The cellphone video of children helplessly trapped in Florida classrooms was too much for Perry County Sheriff Nick Weems and his wife. The Weems put up $500 of their own money and informed the community that the plan was to put temporary barricade locks and ballistic film for the windows of every Perry County classroom. “So I can protect my kids from getting shot, its simple,” Weems said. In 10 days, they had raised enough money to put a special lock in all 90 classrooms.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Rutherford County, Tennessee is exploding with growth. Across the county, there are new subdivisions, new businesses and orange cones for road construction. The Furans have moved to Rutherford County from California to take teaching jobs. “One neat thing, coming from California, there's a whole lot of jobs everywhere," Josh Furan said. "We're hiring first with all the building projects going up. I also like the culture. I like you can put In God We Trust on our license plate."
by Kaylin Jorge, Dennis Ferrier (Wayne County Jail Photo)CLIFTON, Tenn. (WZTV) â€” Middle Tennessee law enforcement agencies thwarted an apparent plan by a Tennessee prison guard to shoot parishioners at a church when he was found to have an AR-15 and up to 1,500 rounds of ammunition on Sunday.Daniel Vernon Tolar, 35, is lodged in the Wayne County Jail right now on weapons charges related to the incident.District Attorney Brent Cooper told FOX 17 News Tolar was intercepted by Clifton Police...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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