Murfreesboro Police Detectives are Investigating a robbery and shooting that took place at 1:34PM Monday afternoon at MGM Market, Beer and Tobacco Store at 2415 Halls Hill Pike. The criminal stole the clerk's 2010 black Nissan Rogue and fled (TN license tag 4M7-2B1).
There are numerous reports of flooding from heavy rains in Rutherford County. Many roads remain impassable.
Around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon Murfreesboro Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Haynes Drive near Tomahawk Trail.
Have you lost your dog? An energetic and friendly puppy wandered into Murfreesboro Fire Rescue station #3 at 1511 Mercury Boulevard on Thursday.
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue broke all records last year, plus this city's ISO rating could possibly increase to number one--in addition fire station number eleven in Blackman is expected to open this spring.
At 11:04 Friday night, 911 received a fire at 1540 PLACE apartments on New Lascassas Pike, First units on-the-scene reported heavy smoke and flames billowing from the attic of the three-story apartments. In freezing temperatures, about twenty residents were forced into the cold.
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department is monitoring the air quality at the Annadale Apartment at 1307 Westlawn Boulevard after workers used gasoline Sunday night to clean an on-site car wash at the complex.
Around 10:48AM Thursday morning, a fire rapidly spread throughout a home in the 2300 block of Centertree Drive.
Around 6:10 Saturday morning, Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue responded to an apartment fire on Chariot Pointe, 1710 East Northfield Boulevard.
Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue responded to a home fire on Chickasaw Road around 3:10 Friday afternoon.
Around 10:00 o'clock Monday morning Murfreesboro Fire Rescue received a call about a fire at Westbrook Towers on 515 North Walnut Street.
The Dollar General Store at 5854 Shelbyville Highway in Christiana will be closed for an indefinite period after a major fire around 10:00 o'clock Thursday evening.
Here is an update on Sunday morning's fire at the Jackson Motel, 831 NW Broad Street. The Fire Marshal's Division of Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department has determined that an overloaded circuit possibly caused the blaze.
Around 8:46AM Sunday morning, Murfreesboro Fire Rescue received a call about a fire at the Jackson Motel, 831 NW Broad Street. Heavy smoke could be seen from Fire Station #4 on Medical Center Parkway and Fire Station #1 on Vine Street, downtown. Two persons suffered injuries.
The 19-year old man killed in the crash on NW Broad Street around 10:30 Wednesday morning (11/6/2019) has been identified as Justin Lee Howard of Readyville. An autopsy has been requested. The case remains under investigation by the Fatal Accident Crash Team (F.A.C.T.)
The cause of grid-lock traffic on Northwest Broad Street around 10:30 Wednesday morning was because of a single-car fatal crash.
Here's an update on the Thursday night crash between a Chevy Suburbabn and a semi on Memorial at Medical Center Parkway between a semi and SUV. The driver of the 2001 Suburban.
Just after 4:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, a structure fire was reported on Browns Chapel Road. The home was a total loss.
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