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22 Pounds of Cocaine, $111,000 Cash Seized from Donelson Area Home

22 Pounds of Cocaine, $111,000 Cash Seized from Donelson Area Home

While the recent arrest was in Nashville, it may curb some cocaine trafficking into Rutherford County.

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New substation for Stones River Mall area to be open by Fall

New substation for Stones River Mall area to be open by Fall

A new substation is being built by Murfreesboro Electric. Amy Byers with the electric told WGNS the new substation will be near the Stones River Mall...

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Riverdale Girls D7AAA Champions; Oakland Takes Third

Riverdale Girls D7AAA Champions; Oakland Takes Third

The Riverdale girls claimed a hard-fought 57-55 win over Stewarts Creek in the District 7-AAA Girls Championship game. Oakland wins the consolation game.

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MTCS Boys 9A Champions, Eagleville Falls in 2OT

MTCS Boys 9A Champions, Eagleville Falls in 2OT

The MTCS boys, the number one seed in the District 9A, made a perfect run in the tournament, taking a 73-67 championship game.

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Code Talkers need to be recognized according to local Indian

Code Talkers need to be recognized according to local Indian

During the event, Niles Aseret, a Navajo, will talk about the importance of the Code Talkers during World War II. He will also address the need for proper recognition of the Code Talkers (5min and 40sec)...

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Tenn. Mental-Health Care Availability Could Be at Risk

Tenn. Mental-Health Care Availability Could Be at Risk

Jeff Fladen with the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Tennessee said reducing accessibility for folks who need mental health services also greatly affects their ability to remain self-sufficient.

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One killed in Manchester motorcycle accident

One killed in Manchester motorcycle accident

Sunday (2/19/17) afternoon around 12:30pm near AEDC on the Wattendorf Memorial Highway at the Exit 117 Interstate 24 overpass there was a 2-vehicle crash.

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Opportunities, 'sense of community' attract high school students to MTSU Honors College open house

Opportunities, 'sense of community' attract high school students to MTSU Honors College open house

One student flew from Colorado. Most of the high school students came from Tennessee. The rest came from surrounding states in the South and Midwest.

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Eat soup this week and help Interfaith Dental Clinic in Murfreesboro

Eat soup this week and help Interfaith Dental Clinic in Murfreesboro

This week, participating local restaurants are donating a portion of soup sales directly back to the patients of Rutherford County! Soup list...

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Safety belt checkpoint this March in Murfreesboro

Safety belt checkpoint this March in Murfreesboro

Another safety belt checkpoint is being planned for Murfreesboro this March...

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Youth Substance Abuse going DOWN

Youth Substance Abuse going DOWN

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) is proud to announce that youth substance use trends are declining in Tennessee according to a new report from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration.

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Is This An EARLY SPRING?

Is This An EARLY SPRING?

There are certain folklore signs of an early spring. Have you noticed any of these?

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Murderer Jewell Moses Bess back in court this week

Murderer Jewell Moses Bess back in court this week

A cold case murder that ended with the conviction of Jewell Moses Bess in Murfreesboro will soon be back in court. Bess maintains that his wife committed suicide and he did not kill her.

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Murfreesboro was much different in the 1960's

Murfreesboro was much different in the 1960's

Murfreesboro was in a much different place socially in the 1960's. Current Murfreesboro Vice Mayor Madelyn Scales-Harris remembers when her father was elected as the first African American to the Murfreesboro City Council.

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Recent Articles

School Resource Officers in Rutherford County have positive impact

School Resource Officers in Rutherford County have positive impact

School Resource Officers have had a huge impact on students in the Rutherford County School system over the years.

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Privacy and Security are important topics

Privacy and Security are important topics

The debate on how to protect civil liberties, while still insuring the safety and security of everyone is ongoing. MTSU Professor of Journalism Larry Burriss dives into the issue...

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Little Movement In Gas Prices

Little Movement In Gas Prices

Motorists saw little movement in pump prices this week. Some 'Boro discounters started the week with regular gas unchanged at $1.91 per gallon.

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7AAA Semifinal Roundup

7AAA Semifinal Roundup

Riverdale and Stewarts Creek girls join Blackman and Oakland boys in the District 7-AAA title games after the Saturday semifinal contests.

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Smyrna, Oakland Girls Reach Semis, MTCS Boys in Title Game

Smyrna, Oakland Girls Reach Semis, MTCS Boys in Title Game

Smyrna and Oakland girls reach the District 7-AAA Semifinals and ensure a region berth with Friday wins. MTCS boys are in the 9A championship game.

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New procedure for public records in Tennessee

New procedure for public records in Tennessee

Tennessee government entities now have a model policy to help define how public records requests are handled.

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Murfreesboro grows while some communities see just the opposite in Tennessee

Murfreesboro grows while some communities see just the opposite in Tennessee

As Rutherford County and the City of Murfreesboro continues to deal with growth related problems, some communities are dealing with the opposite.

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4th Annual Community Baby Shower a Success

4th Annual Community Baby Shower a Success

The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties and the Rutherford County Health Department recently hosted its fourth annual Community Baby Shower...

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Three men charged with breaking into multiple cars

Three men charged with breaking into multiple cars

A witness called the police after seeing three men breaking into vehicles in the area of Gateland Drive. The report by the witness was filed on Wednesday around 4 in the morning.

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Two men accused of rape in Murfreesboro

Two men accused of rape in Murfreesboro

Two men in Murfreesboro have been charged with aggravated rape. Antoine L. Gore, Jr. and Deshon Webb were arrested on Wednesday (2/15/17) by Murfreesboro Police.

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