Today (Monday) marks a year since a Smyrna gunman opened fire inside Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch.
The Waffle House in Antioch where a gunman opened fire, killing four people, is just two-miles from Burnette Chapel Church of Christ. That's where just seven months ago, Emanuel Samson of Murfreesboro, allegedly opened fire, killing Melanie Smith of Smyrna.
The woman who helped the wounded minister in the midst of bullets flying at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ September 24th is honored.
The case against the Smyrna man accused of killing one and wounding six others at a church just over the Rutherford County line in Antioch is bound over to the grand jury.
The Murfreesboro man charged in the Antioch church shooting was schedule to appear in court.
The City of La Vergne honors the man many are hailing a hero after the shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.
Samson bought the .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol found in his SUV from a Rutherford County retailer in December 2015.
Many in the mid-state are still in shock over the events at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, when a shooter opened fire on members.
A young church usher who confronted the masked gunman who came into Burnette Church of Christ shooting is being hailed a hero.
The FBI and other federal authorities have launched a civil rights investigation into the deadly shooting at Burnette Church of Christ.
We are learning a little more about Emanuel Samson, the man who admitted to Metro Nashville Police to fatally shooting a woman and injuring several others at Burnette Church of Christ.
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