No One Eats Alone Day was Celebrated in Murfreesboro this past Friday

In Murfreesboro, City School Board members, Central Office staff, Fire and Police Departments joined students around the lunch table to engage in friendship and conversation.

Convicted Rutherford County Child Rapist Remains Behind Bars

Looney will remain behind bars as originally sentenced in the Rutherford County Circuit Courtroom of Judge Keith Siskin. Looney will be released from prison when he is 101 years old.

The Rutherford County Courthouse to undergo a few minor changes

The original courthouse was built in 1813. A new, larger courthouse was then constructed in 1859. In 1860 the bell tower and clock were built.

Sports, Politics and the Simple English Language - MTSU Professor Chimes In

It is important to write, and speak clearly. However, those in sports and politics sometimes fail to hold onto these simple values. With more, here is MTSU Professor Larry Burriss....

See where we'll be broadcasting prep basketball!

Check out the schedule of games we plan to broadcast. You can tune in each game night at 5:45pm pregame, 6pm tipoff on FM 100.5, 101.9, AM 1450 and STREAMING at WGNSRadio.com, on our phone apps (free in your phone's app store...

Wedding Venue Options in Murfreesboro

Planning a wedding for this Spring or maybe even this summer? In Murfreesboro, there are lots of options for wedding venues.

Follow the Blue Raider Sports on NewsRadio WGNS

NewsRadio WGNS is your home for Blue Raider sports. Chip Walters and Dick Palmer take you to the games.

Three Area Schools on Lockdown due to a Suspect on the Run

Three Area Schools on Lockdown due to a Suspect on the Run

We have more news on three local schools being placed on LOCKDOWN Tuesday morning... On Tuesday, February 19, at approximately 8:23 a.m. uniformed officers responded to the 1500 block of Bradberry Drive in reference to a subject breaking into a vehicle.

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TN Seeing upswing in Flu

TN Seeing upswing in Flu

We may be just over midway through the month of February, but the flu season is still in its peak. According to a new report from the CDC, flu activity is down nationally, but we are seeing an uptick in Tennessee.

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Tennessee State Historic Preservation Office Seeks Public Input on New Plan

Tennessee State Historic Preservation Office Seeks Public Input on New Plan

The state office is seeking public input on an update to Tennessee's Plan for Historic Preservation.

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Wedding Venue Options in Murfreesboro

Wedding Venue Options in Murfreesboro

Planning a wedding for this Spring or maybe even this summer? In Murfreesboro, there are lots of options for wedding venues.

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The Rutherford County Courthouse to undergo a few minor changes

The Rutherford County Courthouse to undergo a few minor changes

The original courthouse was built in 1813. A new, larger courthouse was then constructed in 1859. In 1860 the bell tower and clock were built.

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Rutherford County Library System News

Rutherford County Library System News

Here is a look into the Rutherford County Library System (13 min and 17 sec):

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Christiana Elementary Receives Award for

Christiana Elementary Receives Award for "Response to Instruction and Intervention-Behavior"

Christiana Elementary has been a participant in training and technical assistance provided by the Tennessee Behavior Supports Project and has undergone the process of implementing a positive and proactive behavioral systems framework for all students.

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Love Scams in Tennessee

Love Scams in Tennessee

If you're looking for love online, AARP's advice for people over 50 is make sure you guard your wallet and your heart. The Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South estimates there are 25,000 romance scammers on dating sites worldwide.

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Some Tennessee Students might Not be So Ready for College

Some Tennessee Students might Not be So Ready for College

The data show that 46 percent of the roughly 33,000 high school graduates headed to Tennessee's public colleges in 2016-2017 needed remedial efforts in math. Reports show that 33 percent needed remedial efforts in reading.

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Tuesday 2-19-19 Sports Update

Tuesday 2-19-19 Sports Update

Bryan Barrett wraps up the 7AAA girls district tournament basketball games and the broadcast schedule for Tuesday.

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Prep Tournament Brackets

Prep Tournament Brackets

District tournament brackets have been updated along with region tournament brackets added.

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UPDATE on the Proposed Change to the Statute of Limitations on Child Sex Crimes

UPDATE on the Proposed Change to the Statute of Limitations on Child Sex Crimes

State lawmakers continue to look into changes in the statute of limitations on child sex abuse crimes.

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Convicted Rutherford County Child Rapist Remains Behind Bars

Convicted Rutherford County Child Rapist Remains Behind Bars

Looney will remain behind bars as originally sentenced in the Rutherford County Circuit Courtroom of Judge Keith Siskin. Looney will be released from prison when he is 101 years old.

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Prospects committed to MTSU visit during packed Honors open house

Prospects committed to MTSU visit during packed Honors open house

MTSU sophomore Emily Oppmann, 19, a Buchanan Scholar and biology major and global studies minor, told the guests she remembered being in the same setting two years ago.

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Sonji Newman, Biology Teacher at La Vergne High School

Sonji Newman, Biology Teacher at La Vergne High School

The Doug Young Educator of the Month salute from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Sonji Newman, a biology teacher at La Vergne High School. 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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