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Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold is now officially the former Rutherford County Sheriff after pleading guilty to corruption charges.

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LIFETIME Gun Carry Permits Now Available

LIFETIME Gun Carry Permits Now Available

Tennessee citizens with a valid handgun carry permit now have the option to upgrade to a lifetime permit for a lower cost. If you currently have a permit with an expiration date, and would like to upgrade to a lifetime permit, you can now pick up an application at any driver services center and pay the $200 upgrade fee at any time.

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Senator Ketron to Inauguration

Senator Ketron to Inauguration

State Senator Bill Ketron along with his family will be in Washington to witness the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump

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TSSAA State Bowling Championships in Smyrna

TSSAA State Bowling Championships in Smyrna

The 2017 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Bowling Championships will take place this week at the Smyrna Bowling Center. The action gets underway on Thursday.

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Medicare and Health Insurance Protestors

Medicare and Health Insurance Protestors

A group of protesters gathered for a brief period in front of Congress Scott DeJarlais Around 11:30 Wedesday morning (1/18/2017).

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Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty

Robert Arnold is now officially the former Rutherford County Sheriff after pleading guilty to corruption charges.

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Governor Proposes Gas Tax Increase

Governor Proposes Gas Tax Increase

Governor Haslam is proposing legislation that would raise the state's gas tax in an effort to pay for transportation needs.

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Riverdale Student Charged with Gun on Campus

Riverdale Student Charged with Gun on Campus

A 17-year old male Riverdale student was found in possession of an unloaded 380-caliber handgun and ammunition. The incident unfolded Wednesday morning.

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A man and his signs at the intersection of Broad and Church Street

A man and his signs at the intersection of Broad and Church Street

WEDNESDAY 1/18/17: A local resident is standing on an empty lot near the Murfreesboro square holding a flag with a cross on it, he also has a large sign in the bed of his truck...

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Arnold to Enter Guilty Plea

Arnold to Enter Guilty Plea

Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold is expected to enter a guilty plea as part of a deal with federal prosecutors.

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Proposed "Sugar Restriction" Dropped On Food Stamps

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There's going to be one less bill to consider in the Tennessee General Assembly. The proposed legislation seeking to encourage this state's 1-million food stamp users to make healthier food choices is going to be dropped from the agenda.

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FRIENDS OF LINEBAUGH Luncheon January 28th

FRIENDS OF LINEBAUGH Luncheon January 28th

The Friends of Linebaugh Library is pleased to host author Ruta Sepetys at the Annual Member's Luncheon at 11:00 o'clock Saturday morning, January 28 at The Woman's Club located at 221 East College Street. Books will be available for purchase, and the author will gladly autograph them.

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TBI Continues Medical Fraud Cases

TBI Continues Medical Fraud Cases

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) continues its crackdown on medical fraud cases. Special Agents from their Medicaid Fraud Control Unit obtained an indictment against a Tullahoma woman accused of stealing prescription medication from a patient in her care.

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Second Harvest Receives Food From Kroger

Second Harvest Receives Food From Kroger

As a follow-up to Taylor Loyal's visit on WGNS, area Kroger stores have donated the mid-state's Second Harvest Food Bank three big tractor-trailer rigs loaded with food.

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Public Transport Supporters: Mass Transit Has Mass Appeal for Tennessee

Public Transport Supporters: Mass Transit Has Mass Appeal for Tennessee

Transportation and infrastructure are areas of focus for Gov. Bill Haslam as he enters the new year, with the governor being quoted as saying he plans to unveil a plan for projects and funding.

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State Rep pulls Bill concerning Food Stamps

State Rep pulls Bill concerning Food Stamps

Last week a Tennessee Republican Rep. Sheila Butt of Columbia introduced legislation seeking to ban the use of food stamps to buy items without nutritional value.

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Gas Prices SLOWLY Dropping Again: $2.04

Gas Prices SLOWLY Dropping Again:  $2.04

There is downward pressure at the gas pump, but not to the point that many motorists will notice. Gas prices are declining by fractions of a penny per day. After the MLK tribute, prices at some Murfreesboro discounters was $2.06 per gallon.

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NOT Convicted, Relocated To Another School

NOT Convicted, Relocated To Another School

A former Eagleville Elementary School teacher who reportedly admitted to charges of stealing Adderall from a student and placed on leave without pay has been moved to Stewartsboro Elementary School in Smyrna.

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Nashville/Murfreesboro/Franklin MSA New Windy City

Nashville/Murfreesboro/Franklin MSA New Windy City

Move over Chicago. The Nashville / Murfreesboro / Franklin MSA is the new "windy city."

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Car Theft from Mid-State Car Dealer has 'Boro Ties

Car Theft from Mid-State Car Dealer has 'Boro Ties

Thieves stole six vehicles from Wilson County Motors in Lebanon. Two of the vehicles were recovered in Murfreesboro.

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Her son has been missing since November

Her son has been missing since November

Charlene Toro reported to Manchester, TN Police that her son went missing this past November. Justin Edward Zeigler is 27 years old and authorities in Coffee County told Mrs. Toro that there has been no activity...

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Mike Fitzhugh Officially New Sheriff

Mike Fitzhugh Officially New Sheriff

Mike Fitzhugh is officially the new Rutherford County Sheriff. After being voted in by the Rutherford County Commission last Thursday and sworn in after the meeting, he received his bond at 12:01am Monday morning.

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Emily Dill & Taylor Walters Join Clark Maples Realty & Auction Co.

Emily Dill & Taylor Walters Join Clark Maples Realty & Auction Co.

Clark Maples Realty & Auction Co. is pleased to welcome its newest team members, Emily Dill and Taylor Walters, who will be joining the office as realtors.

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Record Crowd At Monday's NAACP March

Record Crowd At Monday's NAACP March

Thanks to sunny skies and temps around 72, there was a record turnout for Monday's Martin Luther King, Jr. from Central Magnet School to the Patterson Community Center.

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David Price IMAC Regeneration Center Opening Next Month

David Price IMAC Regeneration Center Opening Next Month

Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price is partnering with IMAC Regeneration Center to open outpatient movement clinics in middle Tennessee.

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