Remains Identified As Missing Teen Devin Bond

Remains Identified As Missing Teen Devin Bond

Medical examiners identified missing youth Devin Bond from the remains found Wednesday in the Barfield community of Rutherford County, Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh said.

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See where we'll be broadcasting prep sports!

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UPDATE: Subject Accused of Gouging Eyes out of Nurse

The 36 year old Memphis, Tennessee man arrested in Murfreesboro after allegedly trying to gouge the eyes of a nurse out at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital in 2018 will be in court on Tuesday (Nov. 19, 2019).

Prep Football Coaches Conversation EVERY SATURDAY MORNING

Join Bryan Barrett, Jon Dinkins & Monte Hale, Jr. as they interview Rutherford Co. prep football coaches EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, beginning at 8AM!

"The Bottoms" Project in Downtown Murfreesboro Still in the Works

The downtown Murfreesboro project entitled "The Bottoms" is still on the drawing board for planners. That area includes Cannonsburgh Village on the South side of Broad Street.

36 Year old charged with TWO Counts of Child Rape in Murfreesboro

Jose M. Secaida was captured late last month and charged with two counts of "Rape of a Child." In both charges, the victim was reported to be under the age of 13.

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.

Special Showcase at the MTSU College of Liberal Arts

This will mark the 5th year that Joys of the Season has been showcased at MTSU. The production involves dance, theater, music, and art.

Alexander: Congress Must Address the

Alexander: Congress Must Address the "Real Driver" of Nearly $22 Trillion Federal Debt -- Entitlement Spending

U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) Tuesday cosponsored legislation...

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Library News from RCPLS

Library News from RCPLS

What's happening at the Rutherford County Public Library System? Here is a complete report for November.

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Remains Identified As Missing Teen Devin Bond

Remains Identified As Missing Teen Devin Bond

Medical examiners identified missing youth Devin Bond from the remains found Wednesday in the Barfield community of Rutherford County, Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh said.

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Special Showcase at the MTSU College of Liberal Arts

Special Showcase at the MTSU College of Liberal Arts

This will mark the 5th year that Joys of the Season has been showcased at MTSU. The production involves dance, theater, music, and art.

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36 Year old charged with TWO Counts of Child Rape in Murfreesboro

36 Year old charged with TWO Counts of Child Rape in Murfreesboro

Jose M. Secaida was captured late last month and charged with two counts of "Rape of a Child." In both charges, the victim was reported to be under the age of 13.

Read More

UPDATE: Subject Accused of Gouging Eyes out of Nurse

UPDATE: Subject Accused of Gouging Eyes out of Nurse

The 36 year old Memphis, Tennessee man arrested in Murfreesboro after allegedly trying to gouge the eyes of a nurse out at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital in 2018 will be in court on Tuesday (Nov. 19, 2019).

Read More

"The Bottoms" Project in Downtown Murfreesboro Still in the Works

The downtown Murfreesboro project entitled "The Bottoms" is still on the drawing board for planners. That area includes Cannonsburgh Village on the South side of Broad Street.

Read More

Local Law Firm Helping Less Fortunate for Thanksgiving

Local Law Firm Helping Less Fortunate for Thanksgiving

The Law Offices of John Day, P.C., is excited to announce the firm will be hosting a Thanksgiving donation drive to gather necessities for The Journey Home from Monday, November 18, 2019, through Friday, November 22, 2019.

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ARTS: Count Drahoon's Feature of Fright returns to Murfreesboro

ARTS: Count Drahoon's Feature of Fright returns to Murfreesboro

Count Drahoon's Feature of Fright returns to Murfreesboro, TN; this time to Center for the Arts on Tuesday, December 17th at 7pm for another evening of horror themed radio plays.

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Rutherford County Approves First Tax Abatement Application Since September Program Inception

Rutherford County Approves First Tax Abatement Application Since September Program Inception

Rutherford County has made history...PUN-INTENDED! Tuesday, November 12, the Historic Property Tax Abatement Board voted to approve the County's first historical property tax abatement since the program's inception September 1.

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Children Affected by Parental Drug Use

Children Affected by Parental Drug Use

The Department is currently piloting a program called Single Team Single Plan which is voluntary but the goal is to connect the families with the resources they need in order to be successful and live a happier and healthier life.

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Gas Prices this week in TN

Gas Prices this week in TN

Tennessee's state average of $2.31 is four cents less than last week, four cents lower than one month ago, and 10 cents less than this time last year. Tennessee has the 10th lowest state average in the nation.

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What does an MTSU Journalism Professor Say About

What does an MTSU Journalism Professor Say About "Fake News?"

Fake news in the media is a subject that has garnered more attention in recent years. MTSU Professor of Journalism Larry Burriss has the scoop...

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Tennessee Issues Advisory to Raise Awareness About Affinity Fraud

Tennessee Issues Advisory to Raise Awareness About Affinity Fraud

The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance's Securities Division is warning Tennessee investors about how to avoid becoming a victim of a type of fraud known as affinity fraud.

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Rockvale High School chemistry teacher Samantha Keene

Rockvale High School chemistry teacher Samantha Keene

The Doug Young Educator of the Month from NewsRadio WGNS this time spotlights Rockvale High School chemistry teacher Samantha Keene. 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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