Ladies, it’s official! WKRN’s Neil Orne signed marital dissolution agreement after 14 months.

After a fourteen-month protracted battle, it’s official. WKRN’s Neil Orne and his current wife finally both came to an agreement on terms and signed their marital dissolution agreement on Wednesday, and it was filed with the court on Thursday, it will quickly be combined into the final divorce decree and Neil Orne will be a divorced man. In the terms of the agreement: Wife is granted divorce from husband, on the ground of irreconcilable differences. (The amended complaint filed also cited ‘inappropriate marital conduct’, however that is since removed from…

SCOOP: WKRN’s Neil Orne’s Wife Files for Divorce. He locks her out, cancels insurance, despite judge’s orders – per court docs.

WKRN’s Neil Orne married his ex-colleague, Karen Higbee, back in 2014 – and the city was abuzz. It would seem that the honeymoon period didn’t last long, though. They couple would separate on March 8th of 2017, and his wife would file for divorce on March 28th, 2017. Karen Higbee Orne filed an amended complaint in May of 2017, and Neil hired a lawyer in August, and in the six months since the case was filed has been rather dormant… until now. Neil is 51, his wife who filed for…

East Nashville Speed Challenge(r) Arrested: Alexander Frazier “I’m Driving; I Got Road Rage”

Earlier this week, we showed you video of a Dodge Challenger speeding through a stop sign on Montgomery Ave in East Nashville. Late Friday evening the driver, Alexander Frazier (age 22), was arrested and charged with Agg Assault w/Deadly Weapon after a WKRN news crew was filming at the intersection when he drove by several times, speeding and once again not stopping, and intimidating the news crew and neighbors. Frazier is currently being held on a $90,000 bond in Davidson County. UPDATE 06/30/2017 3PM: ALERT: Alexander Frazier (Speed Challenger) Released From…

Nashville Firefighter Tim Lankford Pulled From Field & on Administrative Duty While Investigation Continues

Via WKRN & The Tennessean,  Nashville Firefighter Tim Lankford has been pulled from the field and placed on administrative duty, reports Deputy Chief Steve Holt. Lankford has been an EMS District Chief since 1987. The letter states that the posts were perceived as “racial, stereotypical, and threatening toward members of the public.” This all stems from social media posts that we first reported in May. You may remember some of his posts that reflected badly on transgender rights, on Muslims, evolution, even threatening bodily harm in some instances, such as a…