A crash on Compton Road at Emery Road Saturday night (9/23/2017) saw to teens taken by LifeFlight helicopter to the Vanderbilt Trauma Center.
Just barely over the Rutherford County line in Davidson County, a Smyrna woman was killed at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ on Pin Hook Road and six were injured when a Murfreesboro reisdent went on a shooting spree.
Free flu shots will be given to those who are uninsured or even insured on Tuesday 9/26/17.
Since her disappearance, she has been located. The Sheriff's Office sent out the following statement:
As a follow-up to the Saturday (9/23/2017) afternoon missing person alert from the Murfreesboro Police Department, 23-year old Abigail Siemiatkaska has been located.
Each month when Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland is on WGNS, he receives a steady stream of phonecalls from area residents. Here are his September responses.
As the City of Murfreesboro grows, traffic congestion continues to be a major challenge for commuters and City engineers seeking to enhance traffic flow.
Get ready for two strange October encounters at the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts, 110 West College Street.
We are now officially in the fall season, and construction sites are putting the hammer to the metal in order to be on schedule before winter. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns of potential traffic jam areas to avoid between today and September 30th.
La Vergne Police need the public's help in identifying a suspect. Phone 615-287-8667 or 615-287-8747.
#1 Oakland, trailing 21-14 at the half, scored 28 unanswered in the second half to defeat #2 Blackman 42-21 Friday night.
The most recent statewide survey of Tennessee consumers by MTSU's Office of Consumer Research indicates the economic outlook has rebounded from a slight decline earlier this year.
$96,000 was raised for local nonprofit Special Kids in the organization's Banquet on Thursday, September 21, at Experience Community Church in Murfreesboro.
To increase civic engagement and continue promoting transparency, the City of Murfreesboro's Communications Department has completed Murfreesboro CityTV's high definition (HD) upgrade. The upgrade was made possible through a $750,000 Comcast grant.
UPDATE: A Memphis man by the name of William Hightower who was arrested in Murfreesboro on multiple charges dealing with the rape of a child was scheduled for court on September 13, 2017 to file a plea before Judge David Bragg. However, the man now has a new court date and is facing additional charges after being re-arrested while free on bond.
UPDATE: Murfreesboro resident Scottie T. Potter faces attempted first degree murder charges. His case has been postponed and his next appearance will be on November 3, 2017 for what is labeled a Status court date.
UPDATE: Jeremy Kelly, who was scheduled to be in court earlier this month (9/11/17), will now see his case go before a November Rutherford County Grand Jury where charges on top of attempted murder could be handed down.
In December of 2013, a shooting took place on the square in nearby Manchester, TN and after almost 4 years the trial of Brenda Kay Webb Bartee started May 30, 2017.
Murfreesboro Police wrote in a report dated September 20, 2017, "She ran toward traffic in an apparent suicide attempt."
Watch as representatives of the Murfreesboro Police Dept. and the Rutherford County Historical Society open the time capsule from 1973 above. They remove and talk about each item on this day, Friday (9/22/17).
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.
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.
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