State Representative Mike Sparks Fights To Strengthen Protections For Child Abuse Victims

UPDATE WITH AUDIO: Tennessee should consider fully eliminating statutes for most felony child abuse crimes like the majority of other states.

Is COMPOSTING The Answer To Landfill Woes?

Approximately forty community leaders boarded a charter bus Saturday morning, and went to Sevierville to learn about Sevier Solid Waste, Inc. Composting is keeping 93 per cent of the waste out of that county's landfill. Could...

SEPT. 18: Groundbreaking for $39.6 Million Academic Building for College of Behavioral and Health Science Programs

The new building will put the Criminal Justice, Psychology and Social Work departments under one roof. MTSU said the estimated completion date is scheduled for the Summer of 2020.

Four Juveniles Accused of Writing Racially Insensitive Comments in Bibles of African American Church

Four juveniles were charged after they allegedly wrote racially-insensitive comments in Bibles and doors of an African-American church and stole property Tuesday, sheriff's officials said.

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.

Honoring the Late Dr. Robert Sanders in Rutherford County - Instrumental on Passing the Seatbelt Law

Dr. Sanders was instrumental in passing the Tennessee law on wearing seat belts. Because of his efforts, along with his wife, Pat, Tennessee became the first state to require child passenger seats for children.

#2 Blackman at #3 Oakland on Friday

#3 Oakland hosts #2 Blackman in Rutherford County football action. Hear it "LIVE" here on NewsRadio WGNS! 6pm pregame, 7pm kickoff!

FRIDAY: VA to host POW/MIA Day event

FRIDAY: VA to host POW/MIA Day event

Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) will hold a special ceremony honoring former Prisoners of War (POW) and those Missing in Action (MIA) on Friday, September 21 at 11:00 a.m.

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144 Cans of Beer Stolen from Local Kroger Store

144 Cans of Beer Stolen from Local Kroger Store

6 Cases of beer were stolen from the Kroger Store on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro. The theft happened at almost 6:00, Monday night (9/17/18).

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Special Kids Banquet Nearing in Murfreesboro

Special Kids Banquet Nearing in Murfreesboro

Only a few open seats remain for the Special Kids Banquet on Thursday, September 27, at Middle Tennessee Christian School in Murfreesboro.

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SATURDAY: Rutherford County and The American Heart Association Lace Up to Fund Research and Change Lives

SATURDAY: Rutherford County and The American Heart Association Lace Up to Fund Research and Change Lives

The non-competitive, three-mile Heart Walk is still focused on its initial assignment, funding groundbreaking research and lifesaving programs through the passion of walking together to change lives.

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Rockvale Elementary School Teachers learn Life Saving Techniques

Rockvale Elementary School Teachers learn Life Saving Techniques

Rockvale Elementary School teachers became the students when Emergency Medical Services paramedics taught life-saving measures during in-service last week.

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Old Fort Parkway: US Bank Robbed Monday Afternoon

Old Fort Parkway: US Bank Robbed Monday Afternoon

Reports indicate the subject got away with only $400 in cash.

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$30.8 Million Heads to Tennessee Communities on Front Lines of Opioid Crisis

$30.8 Million Heads to Tennessee Communities on Front Lines of Opioid Crisis

Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) today said that Tennessee is set to receive $30.8 million to combat the opioid crisis.

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Four Juveniles Accused of Writing Racially Insensitive Comments in Bibles of African American Church

Four Juveniles Accused of Writing Racially Insensitive Comments in Bibles of African American Church

Four juveniles were charged after they allegedly wrote racially-insensitive comments in Bibles and doors of an African-American church and stole property Tuesday, sheriff's officials said.

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Volunteers Needed in Murfreesboro

Volunteers Needed in Murfreesboro

Volunteers are needed on October 6, 2018 for a large food giveaway that Greenhouse Ministries is organizing. Founder of Greenhouse Cliff Sharp stated...

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State Representative Mike Sparks Fights To Strengthen Protections For Child Abuse Victims

State Representative Mike Sparks Fights To Strengthen Protections For Child Abuse Victims

UPDATE WITH AUDIO: Tennessee should consider fully eliminating statutes for most felony child abuse crimes like the majority of other states.

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Subject accused of rape pleads guilty to Aggravated Assault - Suspended Sentence

Subject accused of rape pleads guilty to Aggravated Assault - Suspended Sentence

According to police reports, Matthew Kluge was accused of raping a woman in 2017. The case was investigated by Murfreesboro Police Detective Michael Yates.

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Tennessee is Number 5 in Nation for Females being murdered

Tennessee is Number 5 in Nation for Females being murdered

Tennessee has the fifth highest rate of women murdered by men in the country with a rate of 1.91 per 100,000, according to a new study.

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Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and McKnight Advisory Group Hosted a Free, Educational Medicare Seminar

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and McKnight Advisory Group Hosted a Free, Educational Medicare Seminar

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and McKnight Advisory Group hosted a free, educational seminar on Thursday, September 13th titled, "How to Get Totally Lost on the Road to Medicare." This seminar provided information to help patients navigate the long, winding road to obtaining Medicare.

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82nd Middle Tennessee Electric Meeting

82nd Middle Tennessee Electric Meeting

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) has announced the results of its 82nd Annual Meeting.

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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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