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UPDATE: One of Two Suspects in Almaville Market Robbery Captured
UPDATE: One of Two Suspects in Almaville Market Robbery Captured

One of two suspects wanted for robbing the Almaville Market was apprehended after a pursuit Monday morning in Marion County near Chattanooga, a Rutherford County Sheriff's detective said.

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state senate education committee Studies MTSU Support of Student Veterans
state senate education committee Studies MTSU Support of Student Veterans

The state Senate Education Committee heard testimony Wednesday (Jan. 17) on the innovative and leading efforts by Middle Tennessee State University to retain and support the almost 1,000 veterans and military family members enrolled at the Murfreesboro campus.

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Lawmakers in TN talk marijuana
Lawmakers in TN talk marijuana

Two Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation to make medical marijuana legal in Tennessee, but only in oil-based products.

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MTSU Professor Larry Burriss chimes in on Section 702
MTSU Professor Larry Burriss chimes in on Section 702

Warrantless searches on Americans? Viewing their phone records or texts? This past week Congress passed a six-year extension to "Section 702." MTSU Professor Larry Burris stated...

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Rep. Bryan Terry Tackles the Opioid Crisis
Rep. Bryan Terry Tackles the Opioid Crisis

Rep. Terry says he is supportive of research and medicinal uses of cannabinoids under the care of medical providers. However, the opioid crisis facing Tennessee is a much larger issue at hand currently.

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Gas Prices Higher Than 2014
Gas Prices Higher Than 2014

Gas prices are having the most expensive start to the year since 2014. Some Murfreesboro discounters started the week with regular gas at $2.25 per gallon.

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NASHVILLE: Guns, Heroin, and Cocaine Recovered from Hickory Trace Cove Residence
NASHVILLE: Guns, Heroin, and Cocaine Recovered from Hickory Trace Cove Residence

Reports indicate that more drugs are off the streets and felony child endangerment charges have been filed for the presence of three children in the home, ages 11, 7, and 3 weeks.

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Tennessee State Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr., and the Division of Unclaimed Property  Return Purple Heart
Tennessee State Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr., and the Division of Unclaimed Property Return Purple Heart

Tennessee State Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr. returned a missing Purple Heart medal earned more than 70 years ago to a soldier's family today due to the efforts of the Tennessee Department of Treasury Division of Unclaimed Property.

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Middle TN Residents Can Now Bring Their Own Device When Switching to Xfinity Mobile
Middle TN Residents Can Now Bring Their Own Device When Switching to Xfinity Mobile

Comcast announced that Xfinity Internet customers can now bring their own device (BYOD) to Xfinity Mobile by visiting Xfinity Store locations across the country.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Jon Dorenbos Amazes RUTHERFORD SOCIETY GALA!
Jon Dorenbos Amazes RUTHERFORD SOCIETY GALA!

There was something magical in the air for the 11th Annual Rutherford Society Gala, Saturday night at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center.

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UPDATE: Man who allegedly tried to gouge nurses' eyes out faces multiple charges
UPDATE: Man who allegedly tried to gouge nurses' eyes out faces multiple charges

The 36 year old Memphis, Tennessee man arrested in Murfreesboro after allegedly trying to gouge the eyes of a nurse out at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital is also facing charges elsewhere.

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Discovery Center's
Discovery Center's "Science of Music" Exhibit Open

The Discovery Center invites guests to learn some of the surprising ways science and music connect at its Science of Music exhibit, opened this Saturday

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MTSU Board of Trustees Meets Thursday
MTSU Board of Trustees Meets Thursday

The Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees' Finance and Personnel Committee convenes at 1:30 this coming Thursday afternoon.

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U.S Government Shuts Down
U.S Government Shuts Down

The federal government shut-down at midnight, and negotiations resume at noon Saturday (1/20/2018). Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander (R) said, "Tennesseans elected me to make the government work for taxpayers, not to shut it down.

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Explore Murfreesboro's Newest . . .
Explore Murfreesboro's Newest . . .

There's something exciting about exploring. Whether it was through grandma's attic as a child, in untraveled parts of your community, or a visit through a new building that's under construction. Since Murfreesboro is Tennessee fastest growing community, and one of the tops in the nation--there are many treasures to be found.

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Ram's Road Report
Ram's Road Report

We're moving through winter, and construction crews are facing challenges. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns 'Boro motorists where to avoid potential gridlock conditions today through January 27th.

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Almaville Market Robbed...Do You Know These Men?
Almaville Market Robbed...Do You Know These Men?

Two armed suspects are sought after they were accused of robbing clerks about 7:45 p.m. Friday at the Almaville Market near Smyrna, a Rutherford County Sheriff's sergeant said.

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34 Year old man in Murfreesboro pleads guilty to Sexual Battery
34 Year old man in Murfreesboro pleads guilty to Sexual Battery

The Murfreesboro man plead guilty to Sexual Battery, which is a Class E felony. He will now have to register as a sex offender...

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Goodwill Job Fair - Nine Employers, 200+ Positions - Tuesday
Goodwill Job Fair - Nine Employers, 200+ Positions - Tuesday

Employers include YMCA, Cameron Staffing, Coast Personnel Services, Metro Industrial Services, NAOS Staffing, People Ready, Speedway, Command Security and Swift Staffing. Openings include warehouse worker, security officer, forklift driver, cashier and material handling. Rates of pay reach $13 per hour.

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Firefighters to go door to door for Murfreesboro Census
Firefighters to go door to door for Murfreesboro Census

Uniformed Murfreesboro firefighters will be knocking on doors beginning this weekend as the City seeks to collect names and complete an accurate count of households who have not filled out and returned the Special Census form by mail or online.

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Middle Tennessee sets electric usage record this week
Middle Tennessee sets electric usage record this week

On Wednesday (1/17/18), there was an all-time usage record of 706 gigawatt-hours of electricity, which is enough to power Las Vegas for over 88 days.

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Blackman High School Seeking Community's Votes as Part of $200,000 National Education Contest
Blackman High School Seeking Community's Votes as Part of $200,000 National Education Contest

Blackman High School Library has entered a $200,000 national education contest hoping for a chance at one of the 13 prizes that will be awarded to recognize the most unique and inventive K-12 program.

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FRIDAY CLOSINGS / CANCELLATIONS
FRIDAY CLOSINGS / CANCELLATIONS

Rutherford County & Murfreesboro City Schools are CLOSED Friday. Click READ MORE for additional cancellations, delays and changes for schools, businesses and events.

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VA Becomes First Hospital System to Release Opioid Prescribing Rates
VA Becomes First Hospital System to Release Opioid Prescribing Rates

The disclosure is part of VA's promise of transparency to Veterans and the American people, and builds on VA's strong record of transparency disclosures -- including on wait times...

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