Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health are updated daily at 2pm. We have links to Rutherford County specific data here.

38-Year Old Kevin Allen Arrested Friday

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment of a Murfreesboro man on several charges, including fabricating evidence and electronic tracking of a vehicle.

Kittrell Volunteer Fire Dept. Resuming Ham Breakfast Fundraiser

Kittrell has resumed their Country Ham Breakfast and the next one is scheduled for Saturday, June 20th from 6AM to 10AM.

Murfreesboro to Present Fireworks Display July 4, Listen on WGNS!

The City of Murfreesboro will present its annual fireworks display from a new location this year to celebrate Independence Day July 4. Although there will be no official venue with games, music or food, organizers are plannin...

Proposed Bill could lead to lawsuits if a person is denied the right to go armed in TN

A proposed bill dealing with the right to bear arms is receiving a lot of attention in Tennessee right now. The bill in question spells out the right to pursue civil action against others and government officials if the right...

Shooting Reported in Tullahoma

In Coffee County, the Tullahoma Police Department is investigating a shooting that allegedly took place inside the Tullahoma Northgate Mall on Thursday (6/4/2020).

Strong JC Penny Ties To Murfreesboro

Strong JC Penny Ties To Murfreesboro

In checking the first round of 154 JC Penny stores set to close, the local store in Murfreesboro's Stones River Town Center has been spared. The retail giant has a long history in Murfreesboro.

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Proposed Bill could lead to lawsuits if a person is denied the right to go armed in TN

Proposed Bill could lead to lawsuits if a person is denied the right to go armed in TN

A proposed bill dealing with the right to bear arms is receiving a lot of attention in Tennessee right now. The bill in question spells out the right to pursue civil action against others and government officials if the right to possess a gun is violated or if a gun is seized for any number of days.

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Cedar Stone Park In Smyrna Opens June 17th

Cedar Stone Park In Smyrna Opens June 17th

A new public park officially opens at 4:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, June 17th in Smyrna. Smyrna Mayor Esther Reed and other dignitaries will cut the ribbon for the new Cedar Stone Community Park.

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38-Year Old Kevin Allen Arrested Friday

38-Year Old Kevin Allen Arrested Friday

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment of a Murfreesboro man on several charges, including fabricating evidence and electronic tracking of a vehicle.

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Murfreesboro to Present Fireworks Display July 4, Listen on WGNS!

Murfreesboro to Present Fireworks Display July 4, Listen on WGNS!

The City of Murfreesboro will present its annual fireworks display from a new location this year to celebrate Independence Day July 4. Although there will be no official venue with games, music or food, organizers are planning virtual activities leading up to the show through WGNS.

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Kittrell Volunteer Fire Dept. Resuming Ham Breakfast Fundraiser

Kittrell Volunteer Fire Dept. Resuming Ham Breakfast Fundraiser

Kittrell has resumed their Country Ham Breakfast and the next one is scheduled for Saturday, June 20th from 6AM to 10AM.

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Shooting Reported in Tullahoma

Shooting Reported in Tullahoma

In Coffee County, the Tullahoma Police Department is investigating a shooting that allegedly took place inside the Tullahoma Northgate Mall on Thursday (6/4/2020).

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Rutherford County Arts Alliance Meets Tuesday

Rutherford County Arts Alliance Meets Tuesday

The Rutherford Arts Alliance will be holding it's monthly meeting at 3:00 o'clock this coming Tuesday afternoon. Since the COVID-19 issue still has not been resolved, the Arts Alliance is conducting a VIRTUAL MEETING that will be streamed live on FaceBook.

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Problems you may find in your landscape

Problems you may find in your landscape

Mitchell Mote, who you hear on Thursday's Lawn and Garden Show via the WGNS Airwaves, has put together a video to help local residents with their landscaping.

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Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health are updated daily at 2pm. We have links to Rutherford County specific data here.

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Suspect charged with Simple Assault after Incident with Delivery Driver

Suspect charged with Simple Assault after Incident with Delivery Driver

60-Year-old Randy Alan McDonald was apprehended after a 20 year old woman filed a report that he touched himself and then touched her.

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Can you ientify these two females that are allegedly tied to a fraud case

Can you ientify these two females that are allegedly tied to a fraud case

Murfreesboro Police later gathered security camera footage that captured two females believed to have used the stolen credit cards.

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TSSAA: No Changes to Dead Period

TSSAA: No Changes to Dead Period

The TSSAA Legislative Council held a special called meeting on Thursday, June 4 to discuss the summer Dead Period. While some felt that the Dead Period has been made superfluous due to the COVID-19 pandemic response, the motion to make changes to the 2020 Dead Period failed by a vote of 6-6. The Dead Period is from Monday, June 22 through Sunday, July 5.

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Riverdale High & Christiana Elementary Principals Leadership Changes

Riverdale High & Christiana Elementary Principals Leadership Changes

The principals at Riverdale High School and Christiana Elementary have had their contracts rescinded.

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Rockvale Middle School physical education teacher and head football coach Torey Patterson

Rockvale Middle School physical education teacher and head football coach Torey Patterson

The Doug Young Educator of the Month from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Siegel High Librarian & Media Specialist Debbie Butler. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies and Toot's Good Food and Fun.

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