Franklin welcomes FPD Officer Sean Finn home

The Franklin community welcomed Franklin Police Officer Sean Finn home following a months-long hospitalization for COVID-19. Finn was hospitalized in December 2021 before being transported to a Florida hospital for more specialized treatments, and in March a benefit concert was held to support the Finn family. Finn was welcomed home by his family and dozens…

Family & fellow officers to welcome Officer Sean Finn home; Finn arriving back in Nashville today after battling illness since January, in Florida

Officer Sean Finn was hospitalized with severe COVID Pneumonia on January 1. His condition worsened, and six days later he was placed on a ventilator. After showing no promising signs of improvement, Officer Finn was flown to a south Florida hospital where he was placed on ECMO, a full lung bypass. All of this while…

Franklin officer with COVID since Jan. 1 returns home from Florida

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – A Franklin police officer hospitalized in Florida with severe COVID pneumonia since January returned to Tennessee on Wednesday. Sean Finn was hospitalized in Florida on Jan. 1. His condition worsened and six days later he was placed on a ventilator. After showing no signs of improvement, Finn was flown to a…

Keeping Pets Safe on July 4th

Ali gave tips on how to keep your pets calm and safe during the July 4th fireworks celebrations. For more information, contact your veterinarian. To contact Nashville K-9 for questions or dog training services, go to or call (615) 283-7100. Nashville K-9 is located at 1415 Liberty Pike, Franklin, TN.

K-9 trainers in Middle Tennessee teaching dogs how to find people stuck in rubble

FRANKLIN, TN (WSMV) – As a frantic mission to uncover any survivors continues in Miami after this week’s tragic condo collapse – included in those efforts are K-9’s that specialize in finding people in rubble. News 4 had a chance Friday to talk to a K-9 trainer in Middle Tennessee who trains dogs like the…

Keeping Your Dog Calm and Under Control

Katie gave tips on how to train your dog to keep calm and in control when passing another dog. To see more online dog training videos, go to For information on how to get your pet professionally trained by a Nashville K-9 trainer, visit or call (615) 438-2602.