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Veteran Says

Veteran Says "Quilting" Helps Reduce PTSD Issues

One Tennessee soldier is helping fellow warriors with PTSD through quilting. His "Raising The Flag Over Iwo Jima" quilt will be on display in Smyrna throughout July. Andrew Lee is helping other veterans.

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Memorial Day:

Memorial Day: "Echoing The Sounds of Sirens"

Emergency responders in Rutherford County did not have a holiday over the Memorial Day weekend. Whether you were on a boat, by a pool or on land--the windless, sultry air was mostly filled with "the sounds of sirens".

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International FolkFest June 9-16, 2019

International FolkFest June 9-16, 2019

It's almost FolkFest time! The Cripple Creek Cloggers have held this event annually for the past June 9-16, 2019.

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USDA Recalls 62,112 Pound of Raw Beef

USDA Recalls 62,112 Pound of Raw Beef

USDA's announcement that 62,112 pounds of raw beef have been recalled this week, Ascension Saint Thomas shares some fast facts you should read before dressing that patty with condiments.

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Asian Longhorned Tick NOW In Tennessee!

Asian Longhorned Tick NOW In Tennessee!

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Tennessee Department of Health, and University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) announced the detection of the invasive Asian longhorned tick in Tennessee.

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Ram's

Ram's "Here Comes The Traffic" Report

The Memorial Day weekend ushers-in school being out, vacations and traffic. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns 'Boro motorists of areas to avoid today through June 1, 2019.

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Rulling Allows Opioid Cases To Move Through State Courts

Rulling Allows Opioid Cases To Move Through State Courts

A ruling issued May 22, 2019, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee has helped clear the way for a 19-county lawsuit against major opioid producers and distributors to move forward in state court.

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Tennessee Valley Healthcare System prepares to launch new VA health care options under MISSION Act

Tennessee Valley Healthcare System prepares to launch new VA health care options under MISSION Act

The MISSION Act will strengthen the nationwide VA Health Care System by empowering Veterans to have more options in their health care decisions.

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WW II Era B-17 Bomber Flying over Rutherford, Davidson and Wilson Counties

WW II Era B-17 Bomber Flying over Rutherford, Davidson and Wilson Counties

You may have actually seen a B17 fly over you home in Rutherford, Davidson or Wilson Counties on Thursday afternoon.

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Rutherford County Conquers Lower Unemployment Rates

Rutherford County Conquers Lower Unemployment Rates

Rutherford County followed at 2.1 percent, while Cheatham, Wilson, Moore and Sumner counties each recorded a rate of 2.2 percent in April.

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Man accused of raping male teen at a party in Murfreesboro

Man accused of raping male teen at a party in Murfreesboro

A 26-year-old man by the name of Austin Poteete has been arrested in Murfreesboro and charged with "Rape," according to a police arrest report.

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Two Missing 12-Year Old Smyrna Girls Found

Two Missing 12-Year Old Smyrna Girls Found

Citizens helped locate Tabitha Beauchamp and Alexandra Sandlin who reportedly ran away from Smyrna's Rock Springs Elementary School when it dismissed around 3:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon.

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More Apartment Complexes in Murfreesboro Equals Dense Population

More Apartment Complexes in Murfreesboro Equals Dense Population

Should there be a moratorium on new apartment construction in Murfreesboro? Issues dealing with road infrastructure and the costs of educating students may lead to such.

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Sobriety Checkpoint this Friday night

Sobriety Checkpoint this Friday night

A sobriety checkpoint will take place this Friday night in Murfreesboro. TN State Trooper Scott Miller gives us the details...

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Cari Parr, Special Education Teacher at Barfield Elementary

Cari Parr, Special Education Teacher at Barfield Elementary

The Doug Young Educator of the Month salute from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Cari Parr, a special education teacher at Barfield Elementary. 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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