NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The annual "Season to Remember" service allowed people to honor and remember the lives of their loved ones they have lost.
The event is held each year to remember victims of violent crimes in Tennessee.
It's a time where families and friends can meet other people going through the same experience -- and a way to celebrate the lives lost.
We spoke to one mother, Kim Ledford, whose son Dustin was killed by a drunk driver.
To try to help stop the cycle, Ledford and her husband head up a scholarship for students in Bradley County in Dustin's memory.
Thursday night, family and friends hung ornaments on memorial wreaths in remembrance of their loved ones.
The wreaths will soon be on display at the State Capitol.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued an alert to the public after a cocaine submission tested positive for fentanyl.
Metro Nashville Police officers arrested a man in the shooting of a Rite Aid Pharmacy security guard.
The Murfreesboro Police Department has asked for the public's help in their search for a missing and possibly endangered man.
A man and woman have been arrested after a 2-year-old girl tested positive for cocaine in Nashville.
A $7,000 reward has been offered for information leading to an arrest after a gun store was burglarized in Smyrna.
A program for 8th grade boys at eight middle schools in Metro took place at Joelton Middle School.
A Wilson County teen was recognized by Mt. Juliet Police for his quick actions that saved a stranger's life.
A 20-year-old was killed in an early-morning crash in Williamson County.