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Security Guard at Apartment Complex Assaulted

Security Guard at Apartment Complex Assaulted

A security guard at an apartment complex on South Rutherford Boulevard in Murfreesboro was assaulted this past Monday.

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Healing Fields to start May 27th in Murfreesboro

Healing Fields to start May 27th in Murfreesboro

Continuing a nine-year tradition, the Noon Exchange Club of Murfreesboro will post an inspiring formation of U.S. flags in tribute to our veterans, our military, and our personal heroes.

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Cinco De Mayo Sobriety Checkpoint in Murfreesboro

Cinco De Mayo Sobriety Checkpoint in Murfreesboro

You may want to think twice before drinking and driving next Friday, May 5, 2017...

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Commuter rail lines between Murfreesboro and Nashville still an idea in the air

Commuter rail lines between Murfreesboro and Nashville still an idea in the air

Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess said a study was already done on the idea, but the information shows a rail line would be very expensive...

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Graduation Time in Rutherford County

Graduation Time in Rutherford County

It's a special time for about 35-hundred high school seniors coming up. Graduation marks the closing of a chapter and beginning of another.

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UPDATE: Gun found outside apartment that caught fire in Murfreesboro previous night of blaze

UPDATE: Gun found outside apartment that caught fire in Murfreesboro previous night of blaze

What has sparked the curiosity of the police is that a rifle was found outside the same building the night before the blaze.

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Two women believed to be drugged while at local nightclub

Two women believed to be drugged while at local nightclub

Staff at the medical center told the woman that a blood test showed that both alcohol and amphetamines were in her system.

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AK-47 Stolen out of car in Murfreesboro

AK-47 Stolen out of car in Murfreesboro

The AK-47 rifle was evidently in the trunk of the car when stolen.

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Anne C. Davis selected as the third President of the Christy-Houston Foundation

 Anne C. Davis selected as the third President of the Christy-Houston Foundation

Anne C. Davis has been selected as the third President of the Christy-Houston Foundation based in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She will assume her new duties on May 15, 2017.

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Company Expanding in Smyrna, TN

Company Expanding in Smyrna, TN

Steel Technologies LLC (Steel Technologies) announced an 80,000 sq. ft. expansion to its new greenfield facility in Smyrna, TN.

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Seatbelt Checkpoint onThursday in Eagleville

Seatbelt Checkpoint onThursday in Eagleville

Drivers will be checked for wearing seat belts during a Seatbelt Checkpoint from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 27 at the 700 block of South Main Street in Eagleville.

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Riverdale Girls State & National Basketball Champions Honored in State Senate

Riverdale Girls State & National Basketball Champions Honored in State Senate

State Senators paused from conducting business of the 2017 legislative session of Monday (April 24th) to congratulate members of the Riverdale High School basketball team.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Shooting at Student Quarters Apartments

Shooting at Student Quarters Apartments

Murfreesboro Police are looking for two suspects wanted in an afternoon shooting at the Student Quarters Apartments.

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Legislation to Aid Child Support Collection Passes State House

Legislation to Aid Child Support Collection Passes State House

The Tennessee House of Representatives passed legislation last week sponsored by State Representative Dawn White (R-Murfreesboro) to aid in the collection of overdue child support payments from parents who have been incarcerated.

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TBI Human Trafficking Division Makes Another Arrest

TBI Human Trafficking Division Makes Another Arrest

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Human Trafficking Unit has resulted in the arrest of two men on statutory rape and solicitation charges.

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The Bill Carey REALTOR® Golf Scramble Turns 40!

The Bill Carey REALTOR® Golf Scramble Turns 40!

Forty years ago, REALTOR® Bill Carey of Murfreesboro was looking for a way to support the American Diabetes Association and other local needs and charity requests. He had the idea to put together a new fundraiser- a golf scramble...

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MTSU president, retired general parachute with Army Golden Knights

MTSU president, retired general parachute with Army Golden Knights

They encountered a leap of faith, literally, Tuesday (April 25), as they tandem jumped with members of the Army Golden Knights precision parachute team at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Regional Airport.

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Murfreesboro Man Named VP of Barge Waggoner

Murfreesboro Man Named VP of Barge Waggoner

Murfreesboro resident Philip Garcia was elected vice president of Barge Waggoner Sumner and Cannon, Inc., at its annual stockholders' meeting.

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Central Magnet ranked No. 1 in Tenn., 37th in nation

Central Magnet ranked No. 1 in Tenn., 37th in nation

Students graduating next month from Central Magnet School will be able to say they are alumni from the top school in Tennessee, based on new rankings released by U.S. News & World Report.

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Domestic Victims Meet Tuesday at "Just Love Coffee"

Domestic Victims Meet Tuesday at

Survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence will conclude the academic year by expressing themselves through their original poems, storytelling and music. The Lavinia Project will conduct a year-end reading at 6:30 this Thursday night at Just Love Coffee.

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Stewarts Creek 2nd in State in Governor's School Attendees

Stewarts Creek 2nd in State in Governor's School Attendees

The Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts (GSFTA) is a four-week residency summer program for high school students gifted in music, visual art, theatre, dance, and filmmaking.

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Obscenities and more land one in jail at local motel

Obscenities and more land one in jail at local motel

A man allegedly yelling obscenities was arrested by Murfreesboro Police at the Knights Inn on South Church Street this past weekend (4/23/17).

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Shelbyville man headed to Prison after plea deal for trying to Solicit Sex from a Minor

Shelbyville man headed to Prison after plea deal for trying to Solicit Sex from a Minor

UPDATE: William "Gregg" Maupin pled guilty in federal court last week to trying to solicit sex from a minor.

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Petals and Pearls a positive event for local students in Murfreesboro

Petals and Pearls a positive event for local students in Murfreesboro

Petals and Pearls recently took place in Murfreesboro. The event is a mother/daughter gathering for Murfreesboro City School students...

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