Scientists have been "doing" teleportation since 2006, so why did China get so much media attention when they talked about it recently? With more, here is MTSU Professor Larry Burriss...
Gas prices have been on a rollercoaster ride this summer. In the 'Boro, some discounters are offering regular gas for $1.97 per gallon.
The total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, August 21, 2017. The event has been described as the "Great American Eclipse."
Rutherford County Circuit Court Judge Keith Siskin died Sunday morning after a lengthy and painful battle with Crohn's disease.
Hot time, as summer in the city ramps-up construction projects and creates traffic jams. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warms 'Boro motorists of places to avoid now through July 29th.
Perhaps you've passed the building being renovated at 423 North Maple Street, and wondered who would be moving there?
About 1.2 million cars are stolen every year in the U.S. That's one every 26 seconds! And thieves are always on the lookout for an easy target.
Coach Kermit Davis and his MTSU Men's Basketball players will spend time with 80 campers who have special needs next week.
UPDATE: A special music-, food-, film- and fun-filled celebration Friday, July 14, honored the late Nashville Scene editor and acclaimed MTSU alumnus Jim Ridley, while also raising roughly $10,000 in funds for a memorial scholarship for young journalism hopefuls, organizers said.
Governor Bill Haslam joined state and local officials at the Patterson Park Community Center to make a special Transportation Alternative Grant announcement.
Governor Bill Haslam took time from his grant announcement in Murfreesboro to talk about healthcare.
UPDATE: A case that hit the Rutherford County courts on Friday involving a mother who was allegedly involved in a fatal DUI related accident that left her 3 year old son dead, will see another date in court this August.
UPDATE: 45-Year-old Ronald David Harris was scheduled to file a plea in a Rutherford County Circuit Courtroom on Friday (7/21/17), but instead asked for a complete trial.
A rap duo called Change Musik are a little different than most rap artist. David Manning and Humble me, who live right here in Rutherford County, focus on a higher power in their everyday life and in their music.
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Sumatra Drayton was overwhelmed with joy. On the first day of classes, last fall, she watched the small set of bleachers at Holloway High School fill with students.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell, who was considering a run at the Governor of Tennessee seat, has decided not to move forward with such an endeavor.
Residents may ride-along with sheriff's deputies and learn about Sheriff's Office operations by taking the free Sheriff's Citizens Academy course.
Shortly before 2:00 o'clock (Central Time) on Thursday, four members of the Nevada Parole Board meeting in Carson City, granted O. J. Simpson a parole on his armed robbery charges. The board voted unanimously to approve his parole.
Activity Directors match a volunteer with a grandparent. Volunteers spend between 20 minutes to an hour a week with their grandparent.
In 2013, John Bouavong was shot and killed outside of a Smyrna eatery. The man was thought to have been caught in the crossfire of a group fighting outside the Souksavahn Restaurant on Almaville Road.
It looks as if another fan has been shoplifted in Murfreesboro. While the theft is a bit odd, the Dyson brand fans and Dyson brand vacuums are routinely stolen around the country and later sold on Ebay or Craigslist.
Former Sheriff Truman Jones started the SRO Program in Rutherford County in 1993 with five officers in five schools.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) is now accepting applications for recycling and waste reduction grants totaling $4,500,000.
While the rates maybe lower, your bill will likely be higher. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric explained, "Bills will be higher due to the increase..."
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