It's the premiere prep match up in the state. Number one Oakland travels to number two Blackman. NewsRadio WGNS' Bryan Barrett has a preview.
Free flu shots will be given to those who are uninsured or even insured on Tuesday of this coming week.
Murfreesboro City Schools has embarked on an early reading initiative funded through a grant titled Ready, Set, Grow! The grant helps fund two programs targeted at children from birth to age 5.
The discussion, held during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Legislative Conference, included business, media and fraternity leaders.
The misuse of opioids such as heroin, morphine, and prescription pain medicines is not only a devastating public health crisis, it is critically affecting the administration of justice in courthouses throughout the United States.
With the Tennessee General Assembly moving from the War Memorial Building to the newly renovated Cordell Hull Building, the top three places will have their artwork displayed in the new District 48 office.
Over 4,000 people are expected to attend this one day event! Siegel High School Band will host 18 bands from across Tennessee and Alabama
Murfreesboro Medical Clinic (MMC) has announced the arrival of four new physicians: Pediatrician, Amanda Petty Gammel, D.O., Ophthalmologist and Cornea/Refractive Surgery Specialist, Ryan Drumright, M.D., and Family Medicine Physicians, Molly Eaton, M.D., and Paul Myers, M.D.
Nearly one in eight of our neighbors will face a breast cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. Earlier detection and improved therapies have increased survival rates, but post-treatment support can still be a challenge for many women.
MTSU student veteran Kevin Hicks saved more than $13,000 in out-of-state tuition and felt like he won the lottery.
Murfreesboro's CityTV has again been recognized nationally for quality government television programming. Watch the video...
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has proclaimed Oct. 8-14 Earth Science Week in Tennessee, which will help promote awareness of the importance of geoscience.
The National Center for Victims of Crime report that children between the ages of 7 and 13 are most vulnerable to child sex abuse. Those statistics are seen in Rutherford County as well.
The Better Business Bureau celebrated 20-years in Rutherford County with a grand re-opening and ribbon cutting. It took place at their 530 Uptown Square branch office Thursday.
The stabbing was said to have occurred at M.J.'s Pool Hall on Broad Street in Murfreesboro on the night of September 16th.
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The Smyrna Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a robbery suspect.
Nearly 1,000 canine athletes from nine different countries are headed to Murfreesboro, Tenn. to compete in the dog agility World Championships, Cynosport® World Games, Oct. 25 - 29 at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum.
Five eminent jurists illuminated the foundation of our nation's laws and the role of judges in interpreting those laws as part of MTSU's 2017 Constitution Day festivities.
Insects don't get the respect they deserve, but author David MacNeal is highlighting their importance and diversity in his new book, "Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them."
These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...
Reba Loftis last saw her brother in Murfreesboro on February 2, 2006. Since that date, he has been missing. Roger Dale Douglas was Reba's best friend in life.
Today, the MPD is only weeks away from relocating to a new police facility on Highland Ave. Before the move takes place, the time capsule will be opened and we will pause to remember Murfreesboro, 1973.
The construction of a new addition continues at the TrustPoint hospital in Murfreesboro. Ground was originally broken in July to expand on an 11 acre site at the corner of Thompson Lane and Wilkinson Pike.
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