SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (AP)   --  A person familiar with the case says one Tennessee high school basketball player has been found guilty of aggravated rape and two others were found guilty of aggravated assault against a freshman teammate.

The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the juvenile hearing Tuesday involving the Ooltewah High School students was closed to the public and no ruling was publicly announced immediately afterward. The names of the defendants haven't been released because they were in juvenile court.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Police in Nashville say a 3-year-old boy has been taken to the hospital after he accidentally shot himself in the wrist.

Multiple news agencies report that Metro Nashville police say officers were flagged down near Interstate 24 Tuesday evening by the child's father.

The boy was then taken by ambulance to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The child's father told investigators that his son accidentally shot himself in the wrist after getting a pistol out of his father's backpack at the Glastonbury Woods Apartments.

DICKSON, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Highway Patrol says alcohol was involved in the wreck of a fire truck that overturned on its way to a house fire.

The Tennessean reports ( ) that the tanker truck carrying three Vanleer volunteer firefighters missed a turn Saturday morning and ran off of the road.

Driver David Boutcher told investigators the air brakes didn't work at the time of the crash.

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — An East Tennessee sporting goods store is selling commemorative t-shirts to raise money for the family of a Maryville Police Officer killed in the line of duty.

Officer Kenny Moats was shot in the neck just above his bulletproof vest Thursday outside a Maryville home as he responded to a domestic disturbance call.

In the days since the 32-year-old officer's death, WBIR-TV reports Pokey's and Sports has sold more than $40,000 worth of t-shirts for Moats' wife and three children. The store expects to sell even more.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  Middle Tennessee State University is dealing with a pair of ongoing controversies as the new school year begins.

The MTSU Athletics Department is currently under investigation by the federal Office for Civil Rights for reported Title IX violations. The Office is looking into allegations that the university failed to provide female athletes with equal opportunities and facilities.