A Murfreesboro woman is the latest victim of a texting scam that targets bank customers.
There will soon be "little libraries" on our greenway. A ribbon cutting will take place at 5:00 o'clock this coming Monday night.
Stepfather convicted for his role in murdering his 7-year-old son in Christiana, TN in 2004 will be before a parole board in October of this year. The man will be asking for release.
Co-dependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another.
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Dept. has introduced a new program to their already long list of year round activities for the residents of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
Local woman seeking election to the 14th District Republican Party State Executive Committeewoman seat for the Tennessee Republican Party.
A 35-year old woman at a local apartment complex called the police after she says her neighbor pulled a gun on her. The incident was reported on Tuesday at Saddlebrook Apartments.
Free food (groceries) will be distributed this Friday to those in need in Rutherford County. The food will be handed out at Greenhouse Ministries...
A lot has changed over the years, but one thing in our community has remained constant. While Jan. 1st rang in a new year, it also rang in the 67th anniversary for WGNS.
WGNS has years and years of history within our walls. Much of our old equipment is either in storage or on display within the station today.
UPDATE on the case involving a Salem Cove resident in Murfreesboro is facing a number of charges dealing with a reported rape that allegedly started when the victim was only 12-years of age.
The Murfreesboro Police Vice Unit and the Gang Unit showed up at a home on North Highland Avenue this past week to serve a search warrant. Once at the home 37-year old...
Another fraud report has been filed in Murfreesboro after a local resident stated she received a call from someone who told her she had won $250,000.
A man who reportedly called 9-1-1 from inside of Walmart on Old Fort Parkway asking for a ride to Ethiopia has been arrested. The incident was reported early Wednesday morning.
Upon the officer walking to the car after making the stop, Pitts allegedly smelled like alcohol, according to Officer Higgins who initiated the traffic stop.
About nine years ago today, 7-year old James Lee Harper III was killed by his mother Rachel Cline Summers in Christiana, Tennessee. Listen to the interview...
The fair, which will include approximately 50 local employers looking to hire, is scheduled for September 18th at the Parkway Baptist Church in Smyrna from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
The cup that the man threw to the floorboard reportedly contained beer. When asked to recite the alphabet starting with the letter “C,” the arrest report shows the man stated, “C-X-Y” instead of “C-D-E…”
On Tuesday a man walked into Walmart on Old Fort Parkway and allegedly stole fishing weights. The weights were valued at under $2. The question, could the suspect go to jail for the theft?
Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D. (R-TN-04) released the following statement in response to President Obama’s address on Syria:
The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties is partnering with Middle Tennessee State University and other local businesses to promote healthy habits in youth in Rutherford and Cannon Counties on September 13, 2013.
More and more alleged drug dealers are being arrested because of text messages indicating drug sales on their cell phones.
The City of Murfreesboro is undertaking the construction of one of the largest bridges in Rutherford County that is not part of an interstate interchange right now.
The four new radio towers will be built towards the end of the year and operational during the first half of 2014.
For now, the 25-year old has a bed to lay his head at night in the county jail. He will remain in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center until his first scheduled court appearance on September 12th.
The statewide tour, organized by the university’s Admissions Office, will include student receptions in Chattanooga on Sept. 17; Johnson City on Sept. 23; Knoxville on Sept. 24; Nashville on Oct. 8; Memphis on Oct. 21; and Jackson on Oct. 22.
Jim Rogers from the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association told WGNS what they will be doing…
Police wrote in the report, “Ms. Faulkner stated she had purchased the cocaine for fifty dollars and was going to sell it for sixty dollars.”
MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is handing out a sweet new award — and rewards — this academic year to faculty and staff who help inspire students and colleagues.
In May of this year, the TN Suicide Prevention Network reported that the rate of suicide in Tennessee is 14.4 per 100,000 individuals, higher than the national average of 10.8 per 100,000 individuals, which places Tennessee’s suicide rate 13th in the nation.
A local florist with a long history for serving Rutherford County has closed. Henry’s Florist closed on Friday after being on the corner of East Main St. and North Church for the past 31-years.
When police arrived at the store they found the 52-year old female lying down exactly where the caller told dispatch… in expectant mother parking.
Rumors of steroid use increasing in Murfreesboro may not be that far from the truth.
Are you an artist? You should really consider having your works displayed on the Greenway at the annual arts festival...
On Wednesday, a Honda Accord parked outside of a local business was stolen. The subject was previously arrested in March...
Winning properties of the Community Landscape Awards are selected during the summer months and now WGNS has a list of those winners...
MTSU’s Blue Raiders will be playing the Western Carolina Catamounts beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The game will be "LIVE" on WGNS Thursday night.
Murfreesboro Police have released pictures of suspects in one of the most recent cases reported on August 19th.
A local woman charged with one count of “Promoting Prostitution” and two counts of “Prostitution within 1.5-miles of a School Zone...”