Top Middle Tennessee Stories of the Week: March 27, 2023


Here are our top stories from across Middle Tennessee, from March 27 to March 31, 2023.

Cheatham County Source

  • Six Children Killed and Two Adults Injured in Robertson County Fatal Crash
    In Robertson County, Tennessee, a tragic multi-vehicle crash occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning, resulting in the death of at least six children and leaving two adults injured according to a news story by WKRN. Read more.

  • Nashville School Shooter Had Emotional Disorder, MNPD Says
    Following the deadly Covenant School shooting, it has been determined that shooter Audrey Hale had a mental health disorder, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department. Read more.

  • GoFundMe Created for Mike Hill, Custodian at Covenant School Victim
    GoFundMe has been created to support the family of Mike Hill, one of the victims of The Covenant School shooting. Read more.

Davidson County Source

  • Man Charged with Criminal Homicide for Fatally Shooting Man Inside Nashville Convenience Store
    Thomas Maxwell, 24, is charged with criminal homicide for Thursday’s 10 p.m. fatal shooting of Dejuan Gadsden, 20, inside the Citgo at 3900 Clarksville Pike. Read more.

  • Prayer Vigil for Evelyn Dieckhaus Held in Franklin
    Evelyn Dieckhaus was one of the six victims of The Covenant School shooting on Monday, March 27 in Nashville. Read more.

  • Metro Police Release Body Cam Footage of Shooting at The Covenant School
    Metro Nashville Police released body cam footage of officers entering The Covenant School on March 27, 2023, after a shooting that killed six people. Read more.

Dickson County Source

  • 7 Tennessee State Parks to Visit
    Tennessee has 56 amazing state parks offering a range of activities from hiking and camping to boating, fishing and biking. Read more.

  • Dickson Police Need Help Identifying Man
    Dickson Police Department needs your help identifying a subject and/or vehicle. Read more.

  • Dickson Native Selected to Compete on The Voice
    Dickson resident Laura Littleton has been selected to compete on Season 23 of NBC’s The Voice. Read more.

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