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Shooting Death At Smyrna's Sullivan's Sports Bar
Shooting Death At Smyrna's Sullivan's Sports Bar

UPDATE: Arrest made in deadly Smyrna shooting that occurred on Friday morning (6/22/18)...

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UPDATE: Man who was in women's restroom at Murfreesboro store Sentenced
UPDATE: Man who was in women's restroom at Murfreesboro store Sentenced

37 Year old Daisuke Hondo who was arrested while in Murfreesboro for work has been sentenced under American law for "Observation Without Consent." Hondo was also convicted on a charge of "Unlawful photographing in violation of privacy."

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Ram's Road Report Through June 30th
Ram's Road Report Through June 30th

Summertime and the construction crews are busy, so hush little baby and learn where NOT to go. Here's Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran's report on places to avoid from today through June 30th.

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MPD begins operating at new Murfreesboro Police Headquarters
MPD begins operating at new Murfreesboro Police Headquarters

REMINDER: As of Monday, June 25, 2018, the Murfreesboro Police Department will officially operate out of the new Police Headquarters facility located at 1004 North Highland Ave.

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Investigation Continuing: Fatal Car-Tractor Trailer Crash on I-24
Investigation Continuing: Fatal Car-Tractor Trailer Crash on I-24

Nashville authorities say that a LaVergne woman is wanted for questions related to the crash.

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Grants Available for Organizations Serving Tennessee's Military Members, Veterans and Their Families For Arts Programming
Grants Available for Organizations Serving Tennessee's Military Members, Veterans and Their Families For Arts Programming

According to the Department of Tennessee Veterans Services' 2016 Annual Report, Tennessee's total veteran population is well above 503,000 and more than 218,000 are over the age of 65 years old, which is 43% of the state's veteran population.

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Potomac horse fever has been confirmed in Tennessee
Potomac horse fever has been confirmed in Tennessee

Freshwater snails are the source of the bacteria that causes Potomac horse fever. Horses may be exposed when drinking from creeks or rivers...

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Rick LaLance formally announces bid for re-election to Murfreesboro City Council
Rick LaLance formally announces bid for re-election to Murfreesboro City Council

"The next Council will truly help shape the future of Murfreesboro. Voters want someone who is going to listen to all sides and make smart, reasonable decisions.

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Osborne Named Instructional Effectiveness Coordinator for Murfreesboro Schools
Osborne Named Instructional Effectiveness Coordinator for Murfreesboro Schools

Dr. Linda Gilbert, Director of Murfreesboro City Schools, has announced the appointment of Dr. Kimberly Osborne as Coordinator of Instructional Effectiveness and Assessment.

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TBI: Male teen arrested in death of female teen
TBI: Male teen arrested in death of female teen

A joint investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Etowah Police Department and the 10th District Attorney General's Office has resulted in the arrest of an Etowah teen, who has been charged with the murder of a female teenager that occurred last year.

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Rutherford County Sheriff Warns of Scams
Rutherford County Sheriff Warns of Scams

Residents receiving calls from people posing as sheriff's deputies asking for money should not respond with cash or green dot cards, a sheriff's detective said Friday.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Council Approves Doug Young Public Safety Training Facility
Council Approves Doug Young Public Safety Training Facility

The Murfreesboro City Council Thursday (June 21) formally approved two (architectural and engineering) firms to develop and construct the Doug Young Public Safety Training Facility.

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Murfreesboro Police Department To Make Move Final
Murfreesboro Police Department To Make Move Final

The new police headquarters will finally house all daily operations for the Murfreesboro Police Department beginning Monday, June 25, 2018.

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Murfreesboro July 4th Celebration
Murfreesboro July 4th Celebration

The City of Murfreesboro's "Celebration Under the Stars" will be held at McKnight Park on Wednesday, July 4...

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Murfreesboro City Council Recognizes STARS
Murfreesboro City Council Recognizes STARS

STARS has been designed to encourage everyday service excellence by city employees. STARS represent city employees who "Succeed Through Attitudes Reflecting Service Excellence...

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Cripple Creek Cloggers leave Tuesday for Germany
Cripple Creek Cloggers leave Tuesday for Germany

The Cripple Creek Cloggers will depart this coming Tuesday for the 10th Annual International Folklore Festival "Danetzare" in Germany.

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Whose Dirt Pile Is it?
Whose Dirt Pile Is it?

Answer to listener's question about a pile of dirt at the intersection of February and West Main Streets.

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'Boro Council Approves Firms for (1) Training Facility, and (2) Airport
'Boro Council Approves Firms for (1) Training Facility, and (2) Airport

On Thursday evening, the Murfreesboro City Council approved two architectural and engineering firms to develop and construct the Doug Young Public Safety Training Facility along with a new terminal at the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport.

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St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital Opens New 25-Bed CDU
St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital Opens New 25-Bed CDU

At 11:00 o'clock Thursday (6/21/2018) morning, St Thomas Rutherford Hospital officially opened a 25-bed Clinical Decision Unit, next to the emergency room, that is designed for patients staying less than 24-hours.

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National Right to Life Endorses Diane Black for Governor
National Right to Life Endorses Diane Black for Governor

National Right to Life announced its endorsement of Diane Black for Governor. Executive Director David O'Steen and Political Director Karen Cross praised Diane for her lifelong commitment to fighting for the lives of the unborn in a letter.

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Stones River Amateur Radio Club's annual Field Day
Stones River Amateur Radio Club's annual Field Day

Members of the Stones River Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, Saturday, June 23 - Sunday, June 24 at the Stewarts Creek High School Stadium...

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Rutherford County Unemployment at 2.3%
Rutherford County Unemployment at 2.3%

Rutherford County had the 3rd lowest unemployment rate at 2.3%, which tied with Wilson County.

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Daniels to speak, perform at inaugural 'Veteran  Impact Celebration' benefiting MTSU's Daniels Center
Daniels to speak, perform at inaugural 'Veteran Impact Celebration' benefiting MTSU's Daniels Center

Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels will speak and perform at the inaugural "Veteran Impact Celebration"in Murfreesboro from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 28.

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Eagleville FFA Earns Outstanding Chapter
Eagleville FFA Earns Outstanding Chapter

The Eagleville Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter of the Rutherford County was presented with the Outstanding Chapter Award at Camp Clements on June 15, 2018.

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