Allie Lynch, WKRN

Allie Lynch


Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Allie:

MNPD police chief thanks Broadway security guard who stopped potential shooting

A security guard on Lower Broadway is being hailed a hero. Metro Police Chief John Drake wanted to personally thank the man himself. → Read More

Singer Amy Grant injured in bicycle accident

Contemporary Christian artist Amy Grant was injured in a biking accident Wednesday. → Read More

Broadway security guard tackles suspect who tried to pull gun on Metro police officers

A Nashville security guard sprang into action over the weekend after he spotted a man with a gun on Broadway. → Read More

Nashville oversight board pushes for audit after receiving edited bodycam video from Metro police

The Metropolitan Nashville Community Oversight Board is pushing for an audit after officials realized Metro police sent them edited bodycam video. → Read More

Parking garage shooting the latest in trend of violent crimes in downtown Nashville

According to Metro police, violent offenses around downtown have increased 55% compared to this time last year. → Read More

Pleasant View church plans to cut ties with SBC after sex abuse scandal

A church in Pleasant View is done with the Southern Baptist Convention. The leaders of 24 Church decided to cut ties after an investigation found the SBC mishandled sex abuse cases. → Read More

Middle Tennessee school districts struggle with high gas prices, lack of bus drivers

High gas prices are hurting some Middle Tennessee school districts, and that is not the only issue at play. → Read More

Witness recalls deadly shooting outside Nashville liquor store

A man who spoke to News 2 said he witnessed the deadly shooting outside a Nashville liquor store Thursday night that claimed the life of a security guard. → Read More

Dallas’ Law signed by Gov. Lee, requiring background checks, training for security guards

The bill known as “Dallas’ Law” was signed Wednesday by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee. → Read More

Tennessee company hopes new gun-detection technology can be integrated into schools

New technology created in Middle Tennessee is designed to contain threats at schools, including keeping deadly weapons out of school buildings. → Read More

Wilson County SRO saves choking student

Earlier this month, a student at Green Hill High School started choking on the floor of a classroom. School Resource Officer Chase Dillard stepped, in saving the boy’s life with moments to spare. → Read More

Nurses outside courthouse breathe collective sigh of relief following Vaught sentencing

Relief came for dozens of health care workers Friday after they spent hours waiting on the judge’s sentencing for Redonda Vaught. → Read More

Cheatham County family mourns loss after man hit by semi while trying to cross I-24

A family is in mourning after an accident involving a semi-truck killed their loved one. → Read More

Coyote Ugly reopens 17 months after downtown bombing

Coyote Ugly has been a staple on 2nd Avenue since it opened in 2004, and after questions on whether this day would even come, an iconic part of music city returned Wednesday night. → Read More

Clarksville family grieves following drowning of 12-year-old boy

A-12-year-old boy is dead after drowning in the Red River in Clarksville. Police say the incident now under investigation. → Read More

911 calls released in deadly Springfield shootout

A Springfield shootout left one man dead and three others behind bars. Now, News 2 has obtained the 911 calls from that fateful night, and they paint a terrifying picture of a man shot, dying in a parking lot. → Read More

TN bill banning transgender women from playing women’s college sports heads to Gov. Lee’s desk

Two pieces of legislation targeting transgender youth are now headed to Governor Lee’s desk. → Read More

911 calls detail disturbing scene of Columbia double homicide

Columbia police said the victims of the double homicide were brutally stabbed Monday morning. → Read More

New Tennessee law hopes to prevent overdose deaths by making life-saving drug more accessible

A new law in Tennessee will arm more citizens with the necessary knowledge and tools to help prevent fatal drug-related overdoses that are all too common in the state. → Read More

Man dies following Hermitage apartment fire, remembered as role model for Trousdale County students

A man has died after a fire destroyed his Hermitage apartment last month. → Read More