Family ask for help in locating missing Columbia woman.

According to the missing woman's sister, Guadaulpe Lozoya, her oldest sister Sandra Thompson (Lozoya) is currently missing, and hasn't been heard from since September 17th.

The sister reports that the family has reason to believe Sandra has been hurt or is in danger after the last time they spoke with her she asked for help with getting out of a bad situation.

The family did send money for a bus ticket which unfortunately the money was never picked up, and since then no one has been able to get a hold of Sandra.

Sandra Thompson is hispanic, 5 feet tall, around 130 Ibs, and has hazel eyes.

A missing person report has been filed with the Columbia Police Department, and anyone with information is asked to contact them.



Investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation results in arrest for the shooting death of Hardin County Deputy



Hardin County Sheriffs Deputy was tragically killed while responding to a domestic disturbance.


The body of missing Summertown man has been located according to Sheriff's Office.

According to the Lawrence County Sheriffs Office the body of missing Summertown man, Dustin "Dusy" Wyrick has been located.

At this time the circumstances surrounding his disapearance, and death are still under investigation.

The Lawrence County Sheriffs Office have extended their condelences to family, and friends.

Anyone with information regarding this case is advised to contact the Lawrence County Sheriffs Office.


A shooter opened fire inside a Tennessee Kroger on Thursday that left 1 dead, and 12 injured after the horrific attack.



As the Investigation continues into the homicide of Gabby Petito that has gained national attention as FBI



40 year old Columbia man has been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's list of most wanted.


Congratulations to the Loretto High School Band!


Lawrence, Wayne, and Giles Counties can expect another round of storms, some strong, late this afternoon into the evening.

Rain should be moving out of the area overnight and Wednesday morning with sun and cooler temps forecast for the remainder of the week.



Investigator Gary Mills has been honored


Heavy rains on Monday caused some flooding in parts of Lawrence County.

The first photo is of Summertown Market ,and the second photo occurred on Hudson Road in Lawrence County.

Photo Credit: Tennessee River Valley News, Rachel/ Tennessee Valley Weather.



Breaking News: Emergency crews have been dispatched to the Cypress Creek Wastewater Plant with reports of male subject being trapped after falling into a wet well.

At this time no further details have been released.



Flash Flooding in Alabama submerged several roadways, and homes resulting in death after a man was swept away from his vehicle.


A federal judge has blocked Tennessee Governor Bill Lee from allowing parents to opt out of school mask requirements.


Florence Alabama Police Department release a traffic alert regarding motorcyclists performing their annual Trail Of Tears Memorial Ride.

"Traffic Alert

Thousands of motorcyclists are performing their annual Trail Of Tears Memorial Ride early this afternoon through the City of Florence and will be here between approximately 1:00PM - 2:30.

They will be traveling from Florence Blvd to HWY 20 via Cox Creek Parkway and Veterans Dr. Please take alternate routes if possible during this time. -1499"




A Lawrence County amish man has been arrested on rape charges.

According to reports Emmanuel Miller, 37, who is a member of the amish community was arrested on Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriffs Office.

Miller has been charged with 3 counts of incest and 3 counts of rape of a child where he is being held in the Lawrence County Jail without bond.



Summertown native Pat (Konig) Bruhn lost her life this morning after she was struck by a hit & run driver on Railroad Bed Pike.


Lawrence County authorties are investigating a fatal hit and run that occured on Tuesday.


Lawrenceburg Now has just captured photos of a funnel cloud attempting to form as it drops down from the clouds in Lawrenceburg before dissipating back into the skies.


The FBI is investigating a case involving two Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputies, and whether excessive force was used during arrest.


“Despicable”: Student removes every American flag from 9/11 memorial in “protest”


Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office searching for armed and dangerous attempted murder suspect

Investigators stated Kelby Dwight Pettus, 38, shot another man during an argument.

The victim was airlifted from the scene and is expected to make a full recovery.

The Sheriff’s Office describes Pettus as 6′ 2″ tall, and weighing 190 lbs.

Anyone with information on his location or the shooting is asked to call the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office at (256) 760-5757.


Wayne County football player's family updates communuty after lifeflight from game.



Lawrence County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a female suspect at Dollar General with a gun in her hand that resulted in Leoma Elementary School being put on lock down.



Leoma Elementary School was placed on lock down Wednesday morning as a precaution while police arrested a woman who was spotted at Dollar General with a gun in her hand.


The City of Loretto Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a Resolution of Respect and in Memory of Walter Charles “Chuck” Doerflinger in their meeting this evening.

Chuck served the City of Loretto for over 45 years as City Judge and City Attorney. A plaque in memory of Chuck which hangs in the City Hall Lobby was also unveiled.




Breaking News: Patricia Ann Pero has been safety located.

Lawrenceburg Police Department announced shortly after 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday that Patricia Ann Pero, a resident of the Keestone Senior Communiy had been safely located.

Patricia has been found alive near the Turnpike in Henryville where she is currently being evaluated by Lawrence County EMS.



The Latest: Robert E. Lee statue removed from its pedestal on Monument Avenue


Lawrenceburg Police Department issued a BOLO on Tuesday night for a woman who may be confused.

Please be on the lookout for Patricia Ann Pero. Last seen on foot in the area around Keestone Assisted Living (Kennedy Street area). She was last seen around 4:30pm, and may be confused. Possibly wearing a white blouse and jean shorts/pants. Any contact please call Dispatch at 931-762-0450 or Dial 911.



Lawrence County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a local store for a welfare check that turned into a drug arrest.



An investigation is underway after evidence from a 2009 murder case in Lawrence County was found in the previous home of a sheriff’s deputy.


The World Health Organization are monitoring another variant of the Coronavirus known as "MU."

Teen charged with Capital Murder



Lawrence County man found guilty of attempted first degree murder for abuse of baby Addilyn.


Giles County Sheriff’s Department report ZAZA Red thief has been apprehended by Athens Police Department.


Pulaski Tennessee Police Department need the public's help in identifying the individual in the surveillance photos.

If you have any information contact the Pulaski Police Department at 931-424-4404.



Mashburn Approved for Third LUS Board Term and Takes Chairman Seat



Early Friday morning wreck claimed the life of a Lawrence County woman.


Knoxville soldier killed in terrorist attack at Afghanistan airport


Here is what we know right now when it comes to Hurricane Ida.


The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce the graduation of the second class of students from the Citizens Police Academy.

Nashville’s Big Back Yard talks about local Thunderhill Raceway.



Breaking News: The Pentagon has confirmed that an explosion has took place outside Kabul airport on Thursday.

On Thursday morning Pentagon press secretary John Kirby issued the following statement:

"We can confirm an explosion outside Kabul airport. Casualties are unclear at this time. We will provide additional details when we can."



The Giles County Sheriff’s Department released the following information and photos on their page on Wednesday:


The Walmart Supercenter in Lawrenceburg, TN will be temporarily closed at 2pm today for additional cleaning, sanitizing, and stocking. We will reopen on Friday, August 27 at 6am.

Our Pharmacy curbside service will remain open normal hours while the store is closed.

Breaking News: Lawrence County Swift Water Rescue Teams have been dispatched to the area of the Shoal Creek Canoe Run on a report of two subjects holding onto a tree and one subject in Shoal Creek unresponsive.



WLX shared the following information on Tuesday morning:



Humphreys County, Waverly Tennessee.

Photo Credit: Hardin County Fire Department, Lawrence County Fire and Rescue



Humphreys County, Waverly Tennessee.

Photo Credit: Hardin County Fire Department



The Tennessee National Guard deployed to Humphreys County


Flooding in Lawrenceburg, Lawrence County.

Photo Credit: Lisa Reine Morgan


Life threatening flooding occurred on Saturday in Humphreys County



Breaking News: The Giles County Sheriff’s Department just issued statement regarding threats to Richland High School:

"Our department has received multiple calls in regards to someone on social media threatening to shoot up Richland High School.

Anyone with information and can provide us with the original posting please contact 911. Our staff and deputies are working diligently to keep everyone as safe as possible.

Richland High School will have extra deputies at the school tomorrow."

Son of Bedford County Judge was arrested on Sunday






New Prospect Fire Department has been dispatched to Giles County for mutual aid with a tanker and manpower to assist with a structure fire on Columbia Highway, just north of Pulaski.

Reports indicate that the structure is a total loss.

Avoid this area if possible


Limestone County Sheriff’s Office is looking for inmate

Lawrenceburg Fire Department units along with Lawrenceburg PD, Lawrenceburg Public Works , Lawrenceburg / Lawrence County EMA, and Tennessee Department of Transportation are currently operating on an oil spill in the area of N.Locust Avenue, and Helton Drive. Please use caution in the area.




The Lawrenceburg Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying these two subjects that were involved in an attempted identity theft on August 6, 2021.

Any information can be sent in a message to our Facebook page or called into the Lawrenceburg Police Department criminal investigation division at 931-762-6837 or called into Lawrence Central Dispatch at 931-762-0450



A Lawrenceburg man was arrested over the weekend after attempting to evade


On Monday thousands of Afghans desperately attempt to escape on departing U.S. jets


With increase in county Covid-19 cases, and the potential cases to rise in LCSS, we strongly encourage masks to avoid missing school.

This is still parents choice.

The new guidelines state in a K-12 school setting if properly fitting masks are worn, quarantine is not required. Thank you in advance for helping us keep schools open


The Pentagon is sending more than 3,000 troops to Afghanistan to aid in partial evacuation of U.S Embassy.


Lawrence County Emergency Crews were dispatched around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday to Beasley Road near Mt. Ararat involving a child being struck by a vehicle.

Reports indicate that the child was riding a bicycle when the incident occurred, and was airlifted to a hospital as a result of their injuries.

At this time the accident is still under investigation.



District Attorney Brent Cooper issued an immediate release on Thursday regarding a $10,000 reward regarding the murder of Sharon Gillespie.



After a request by District Attorney Brent Cooper, Governor Bill Lee has authorized a reward of $10,000.00 for information leading to the apprehension, arrest, and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the killing of Sharon Gillespie.

Sharon Gillespie was murdered at approximately 8 p.m. on the evening of April 13, 2021. Ms. Gillespie was shot outside of The Summit of Lawrenceburg, her place of employment. After an extensive investigation, the murderer remains at large.

If you have information related to this incident, please call the Lawrenceburg Police Department at 931-762-0450 and ask to speak to Lieutenant Brent Hunter."





FLORENCE, Ala. – Florence City Schools will require students


A Hohenwald man tragically died in early Tuesday morning crash in Leoma.


LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn.— Local entrepreneurs Tripp & Jeanea Weigel have announced


Lawrenceburg Utility Systems

Crews are still on the scene of a major traffic accident making repairs on Hwy 43 just North of Leoma School. This accident occurred just after 1 AM and caused an outage affecting 950 people in the Leoma area. The poles that were struck were very busy poles and crews have worked most of the night to make repairs. Please use caution in this area. We apologize for inconvenience this may cause.



A $100,000 winning Tennessee Powerball ticket was sold at Kroger in Lawrenceburg on Saturday night.



Mt. Juliet Police Department responded to reports of a man chasing people with a knife at Kroger that resulted in an officer involved shooting.


A log truck wreck destroyed equipment along Summertown Highway in Lewis County on Friday.


Alabama Man was arrested in Lawrence County after several reports of indecent exposure.


Mayor Minute: Education Provides Tools to Change the World

Lawrenceburg, and Lawrence County Firefighters are currently on the scene of a structure Fire at Auto Zone.


The unveiling of the TN Pathways Marker honoring James D. Vaughn was held on the Lawrenceburg Downtown Square.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has extended his Limited State of Emergency after surge in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta variant.



Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputies assisted in a multi County pursuit that reportedly turned into a attempted hostage situation after the suspect entered a local store with a gun.


A wayne County man was shocked to discover a black bear wondering around his property after capturing images on his trail camera.


A two vehicle wreck in Alabama tragically claimed the life of a Lawrenceburg woman.


A Pulaski man died while changing a tire early Sunday morning as a result of a two vehicle wreck in Decatur.


Man hunt on Friday in Summertown ended in an arrest after the suspect had fired his shotgun at law enforcement.










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