McPhee to Board of Trustees: MTSU top choice of Tennessee Promise transfers

Middle Tennessee State University is the No. 1 choice of Tennessee Promise students who have transferred from one of the state's community colleges to a four-year institution.

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.

Murfreesboro City Schools ACTIVE this Summer

Just because school is out for the summer in Murfreesboro, it does not mean that the schools and school staff are not being utilized. City Schools Spokesperson Lisa Trail said...

Law Changes for Crime Involving the Drug Fentanyl

Changes in law this year increase the penalty for the sale, manufacturing, distribution, or possession of drugs like fentanyl.

Greenway Trail Extension in Murfreesboro Equals Almost 5 Extra Miles

Once complete, the extension adds almost five miles to the concrete walkway between the Cason Lane trail head and Barfield Park.

The Lower Health Care Costs Act of 2019 contains nearly three dozen proposals from at least 16 Republican, 14 Democrat senators

U.S. Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said that legislation he and Ranking Member Patty Murray (D-Wash.) have proposed will reduce what the American people pay out of their own pockets for health car...

DUI Charge after Collision in Murfreesboro

DUI Charge after Collision in Murfreesboro

A head on collision in Murfreesboro took place on South Church Street, but luckily the occupants of both vehicles were not critically injured.

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Crime Not Exploding in Murfreesboro, TN

Crime Not Exploding in Murfreesboro, TN

Sometimes you hear those who live in Murfreesboro talk about an increase of crime, but is it really out of proportion with population growth?

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Farmers and Nursery Operators to Benefit from New Law

Farmers and Nursery Operators to Benefit from New Law

Farmers and nursery operators in Coffee County and across the state will benefit from a new state law that takes effect July 1.

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1,390 People Register to Vote at Bonnaroo

1,390 People Register to Vote at Bonnaroo

A group that partners with musicians on voter registration efforts say the 1,390 voters it signed up at Bonnaroo represent its all-time high for one festival.

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STATE REP Mike Sparks Editorial: Summarizing the 2019 TN Legislative Session

STATE REP Mike Sparks Editorial: Summarizing the 2019 TN Legislative Session

EDITORIAL by STATE REP. MIKE SPARKS: Together, we passed one of the most fiscally responsible budgets in state history. It invests $239 million into the Rainy Day fund, bringing the state savings account up to a total of $1.1 billion.

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McPhee to Board of Trustees: MTSU top choice of Tennessee Promise transfers

McPhee to Board of Trustees: MTSU top choice of Tennessee Promise transfers

Middle Tennessee State University is the No. 1 choice of Tennessee Promise students who have transferred from one of the state's community colleges to a four-year institution.

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Former Asst. DA Hale Joins Brunelle | Conklin

Former Asst. DA Hale Joins Brunelle | Conklin

Fromer Assistant DA Allen D. Hale as an associate attorney at Brunelle | Conklin

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Do You Recognize This Man?  Contact MPD.

Do You Recognize This Man? Contact MPD.

Detectives with the Murfreesboro Police Department are asking the public's help in identifying a vehicle burglary suspect at Carriage Park Townehouses on E. Northfield Boulevard.

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MPD Officer Death Investigation

MPD Officer Death Investigation

29-year old Murfreesboro Police Officer Derek Quakir was found deceased in his Murfreesboro residence Tuesday afternoon.

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Citizens Police Academy Selling 9/11 Memorial Bricks

Citizens Police Academy Selling 9/11 Memorial Bricks

Personalized bricks are being sold to pay for updates to the 9-11 Memorial at the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office on 940 New Salem Highway.

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Murfreesboro City Schools ACTIVE this Summer

Murfreesboro City Schools ACTIVE this Summer

Just because school is out for the summer in Murfreesboro, it does not mean that the schools and school staff are not being utilized. City Schools Spokesperson Lisa Trail said...

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State Tracking Distracted Driving

State Tracking Distracted Driving

In 2018, there were over 24,600 crashes involving a distracted driver in Tennessee. On average, that is sixty-seven crashes every single day.

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Sarah Callender Named Main Street's New Executve Director

Sarah Callender Named Main Street's New Executve Director

Sarah Callender has been hired by the Main Street Board of Directors as the organization's new executive director. She takes on her new role in a week, on Wednesday, June 26, 2019.

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Latest statewide snapshot 'good news for local businesses and retailers'

Latest statewide snapshot 'good news for local businesses and retailers'

Overall, consumers in Middle Tennessee hold the most positive views of the economy, followed by those in East Tennessee and West Tennessee, respectively.

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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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