MTSU Professor talks about Sharknado

What do MTSU and Sharknado have in common? The answer: Not much, but one MTSU professor chimed in on the subject...

Investigation and a Photo Leads to Arrests of Arson Suspects

The witness quickly took a photograph of the Tahoe and shared the photo with the sheriff's office. Dispatchers sent the photo and information to neighboring law enforcement agencies.

Oakland Travels to Maryville Friday Night on WGNS

Oakland travels to Maryville for a rematch of last year's Class 6A semifinal. Pregame coverage begins at 5:30pm (Murfreesboro time) with a 6pm kickoff.

Over $2 Million Saved in Rutherford County Property Assessors Office

Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says that his office has saved the county over $2.5 million.

PREP COACHES SHOW IS BACK FOR 2018

The Prentice Alsup Heating and Air Coaches Corner is back for 2018 with prep football coaches every Saturday morning.

Follow the Blue Raider Sports on NewsRadio WGNS

NewsRadio WGNS is your home for Blue Raider sports. Chip Walters and Dick Palmer take you to the games.

Have you lost an iPad? Perhaps Mr. James found it?

A Murfreesboro man found an iPad and told WGNS he wants to get it back into the hands of the proper owner. Thomas James stated

Majority of Motlow State Students Are From Rutherford County

Majority of Motlow State Students Are From Rutherford County

Motlow State Community College President Michael L. Torrence told Murfreesboro Rotary members on Tuesday that when you total the almost 7,000 students on all campuses, that Rutherford County represents 39.2 per cent of Motlow's total enrollment.

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Drug Manufacturing Charges Filed after Search Warrant Executed in Murfreesboro

Drug Manufacturing Charges Filed after Search Warrant Executed in Murfreesboro

22-Year-old Andre M. Griesinger of Lascassas Pike has been arrested by Murfreesboro Police on multiple charges of manufacturing or selling illegal drugs.

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Body of Shelbyville Man found in Tim's Ford Lake

Body of Shelbyville Man found in Tim's Ford Lake

Emergency personnel responded to a 911 call in the early morning hours of August 19, near the Bluegill Grill on Tims Ford Lake

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Small Business Endorses Dr. Bryan Terry in District 48 Race

Small Business Endorses Dr. Bryan Terry in District 48 Race

The NFIB Tennessee Political Action Committee has endorsed Representative Bryan Terry, MD in the District 48 House race. The PAC is comprised exclusively of NFIB members.

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Former executive director of the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents and three-member educator advisory team to lead work

Former executive director of the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents and three-member educator advisory team to lead work

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced a multi-phase plan, highlighted by a statewide listening tour, to improve delivery of the state's elementary and secondary assessments known as TNReady.

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City launches new Utility Enterprises Division; Third new division part of process to reorganize City's administrative structure

City launches new Utility Enterprises Division; Third new division part of process to reorganize City's administrative structure

The City of Murfreesboro launched a third new division--the Utility Enterprises Division Friday (Aug. 17)--as part of the on-going process to reorganize the City's administrative structure and enhance customer service.

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Have you lost an iPad? Perhaps Mr. James found it?

Have you lost an iPad? Perhaps Mr. James found it?

A Murfreesboro man found an iPad and told WGNS he wants to get it back into the hands of the proper owner. Thomas James stated

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Protecting Children from Contagious 'Back to School' Illnesses

Protecting Children from Contagious 'Back to School' Illnesses

Now that kids are back to school, it's important to prepare for the inevitable: back-to-school illnesses. Experts at Saint Thomas Health explain 5 common childhood illnesses and tips on how to best protect your child.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Investigation and a Photo Leads to Arrests of Arson Suspects

Investigation and a Photo Leads to Arrests of Arson Suspects

The witness quickly took a photograph of the Tahoe and shared the photo with the sheriff's office. Dispatchers sent the photo and information to neighboring law enforcement agencies.

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Prescription Opioids Most Common Drugs Linked to TN Overdose Deaths

Prescription Opioids Most Common Drugs Linked to TN Overdose Deaths

Tennessee Department of Health data show 1,776 Tennesseans died from drug overdoses in 2017, the highest annual number of such deaths since reporting began. Prescription opioids are still the most common drugs associated with overdose deaths in Tennessee.

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New MTSU students welcomed, 'Just Mercy'  author to speak at Aug. 25 Convocation

New MTSU students welcomed, 'Just Mercy' author to speak at Aug. 25 Convocation

Thousands of new MTSU freshmen and transfer students will help usher in the 2018-19 academic year along with their families during University Convocation at 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, in Murphy Center. The public is invited.

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Murfreesboro Suspect to face Felony Child Abuse Charges

Murfreesboro Suspect to face Felony Child Abuse Charges

A man wanted by police on felony child abuse charges has been apprehended in Murfreesboro. Officers say when they arrived at the apartment to locate Tamontez Grandberry, he was found hiding in a closet.

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21 Year old arrested for child abuse in Murfreesboro

21 Year old arrested for child abuse in Murfreesboro

The boyfriend of the woman, Joshua Orr, was then developed as a suspect in the case. Murfreesboro Police have charged 21-year-old...

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Angelyn Pigg, high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School

Angelyn Pigg, high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School

NewsRadio WGNS salutes educators making an impact on our local students with Educator of the Month. This time, it's Angelyn Pigg, a high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies along with Toot's Good Food and Fun.

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