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Mother thinks back on the death of her 15 year old to help others
Mother thinks back on the death of her 15 year old to help others

Sarah Hedden lost her 15 year old son almost three years ago to a tragedy that she will never forget. Her son was accidentally shot on July 7, 2014 in Franklin, Tennessee.

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Sunday Fire at Carrington Park Apartments in Murfreesboro
Sunday Fire at Carrington Park Apartments in Murfreesboro

A fire broke out at the apartment complex behind Kohl's Department Store on Sunday in Murfreesboro.

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Interview with the mother of missing teen Devin Bond in Murfreesboro
Interview with the mother of missing teen Devin Bond in Murfreesboro

WGNS' Scott Walker spoke to the mother of Devin Bond who was reported missing in the Rockvale Area of Rutherford County on March 31, 2017. NOTE: $5,000 Reward

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Janie Becker at Monday Night's RECYCLE RUTHERFORD
Janie Becker at Monday Night's RECYCLE RUTHERFORD

Recycle Rutherford to hold it's Annual Meeting at 7:00 o'clock Monday (4/24/17) night in the second floor courtroom of the Historic Rutherford County Courthouse on the public square. Botanist Janie Becker is the guest speaker.

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One Suspect Arrested: E. Sevier St. Robbery
One Suspect Arrested: E. Sevier St. Robbery

On Friday afternoon detectives arrested Tristin Long for the robbery of an individual at his East Sevier Street. residence on Wednesday afternoon.

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MTSU Budget, Tuition and Fees Discussed Monday
MTSU Budget, Tuition and Fees Discussed Monday

As a part the changes that allow MTSU to be control is destiny, The Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees announced that the Finance and Personnel Committee will meet at 1:30 Monday afternoon to study recommendations for approval of policies and discussion of budget, tuition and fees.

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Mayor McFarland Responds To WGNS' Listener Questions
Mayor McFarland Responds To WGNS' Listener Questions

Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland participated in his popular "Talk To The Mayor" broadcast over WGNS. As always, the city leader received constant questions from local residents. There were several questions that required research.

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MTSU President Invited To Parachute Tuesday
MTSU President Invited To Parachute Tuesday

The Army's Golden Knights precision parachute team will honor MTSU's commitment to student veterans this coming Tuesday by inviting President Sidney A. McPhee and retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber to join them for a tandem parachute jump.

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CMS Students Get Racing Car For Study
CMS Students Get Racing Car For Study

It may look like a ride you might find on Mario Cart, but engineering students at Central Magnet School hope to use a recent car donation to apply lessons they learn in the classroom.

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Ram's Traffic Woe's Through April 29th
Ram's Traffic Woe's Through April 29th

Rainfall mixed with construction has created areas that create challenges for 'Boro motorists. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns where to avoid through April 29th.

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Woman Tried To Hire Person To Kill Ex-Husband
Woman Tried To Hire Person To Kill Ex-Husband

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Lebanon woman who is charged with trying to hire someone to kill her ex-husband.

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Saturday Was Mother Nature's Perfect
Saturday Was Mother Nature's Perfect "Earth Day"

From the standpoint of Mother Nature, Saturday was a perfect Earth Day in Murfreesboro.

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Heavy Rain Creates Ruth. Co. Flooding
Heavy Rain Creates Ruth. Co. Flooding

Several days of heavy rainfall has left behind flooding. There are several high water road closures in the county.

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Dollar General at Epps Mill Road Closed for Pest Activity
Dollar General at Epps Mill Road Closed for Pest Activity

We've received several calls inquiring about why the Dollar General Store at Epps Mill Road, near I-24, was closed.

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Smyrna's Habitat ReStore NOW Open!
Smyrna's Habitat ReStore NOW Open!

Rutherford County's second Habitat ReStore is now open! It's at 415 Nissan Drive in the Gillsville Family Shopping Center in Smyrna, Tennessee.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Murfreesboro will annex over 406 acres in Blackman area
Murfreesboro will annex over 406 acres in Blackman area

The Murfreesboro City Council held public hearings Thursday night about annexing 406 acres for the development of West Park and commercial highway construction along nearby roads and annexation of Shores Road right-of-way.

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Dangerous Drug Intercepted by Post Master in Middle Tennessee
Dangerous Drug Intercepted by Post Master in Middle Tennessee

Inside was a packet containing 140 milligrams of carfentanil, enough for thousands of lethal human doses

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Do you recognize these armed robbery culprits?
Do you recognize these armed robbery culprits?

An armed robbery on Sevier Street that unfolded on Wednesday (4/19/17) has Murfreesboro Police searching for the culprit.

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Elizabeth Thomas Rescued; Tad Cummins Arrested In California
Elizabeth Thomas Rescued; Tad Cummins Arrested In California

Acting on a tip received by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation late Wednesday night, authorities in Siskiyou County, California have rescued Elizabeth Thomas and arrested Tad Cummins, after locating the pair at a rural cabin in Cecilville early Thursday (4/20/2017) morning.

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Rutherford County Adult Detention Center to be Re-certified
Rutherford County Adult Detention Center to be Re-certified

After a wave of firings and staff changes under the past Rutherford County Sheriff Administration, the local jail lost their official certification as 2016 came to a close.

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Justices, Judges and Others gather for MacArthur Summit on Juvenile Justice Reform
Justices, Judges and Others gather for MacArthur Summit on Juvenile Justice Reform

State Supreme Court Justices and judges from across the South have gathered in Nashville this week for the National Center for State Courts' Juvenile Justice Reform Summit...

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Commissioner Grinder to Keynote RUTHERFORD Cable's May 9 Breakfast Meeting
Commissioner Grinder to Keynote RUTHERFORD Cable's May 9 Breakfast Meeting

Women have been breaking glass ceilings for decades, but the process can prove especially challenging in male-dominated fields.

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Tennessee Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.1 Percent
Tennessee Unemployment Rate Falls to 5.1 Percent

Commissioner Burns Phillips announces a preliminary unemployment rate of 5.1 percent for March, positively shifting from February's revised rate of 5.3 percent

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 MTSU, Blackman Collegiate Academy honor top scholars at 'Academic Signing Day'
MTSU, Blackman Collegiate Academy honor top scholars at 'Academic Signing Day'

MTSU rolled out the True Blue carpet for about a dozen prospective students during Blackman High School's inaugural Academic Signing Day for its Collegiate Academy graduates

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