The cabin was unoccupied at the time and according to an eyewitness, someone may have thrown something thru the front window to start the fire.
A man who was arrested for allegedly having a meth lab this past April and later re-arrested on similar charges in July will appear in court this month.
Dr. Suze Gilbert, professor of elementary and special education at MTSU, will provide tips and guidelines on how to make reading aloud to children as effective as possible.
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...
The armed bandit brought a book bag into the business and allegedly demanded the employees fill the bag with money.
The “Pray for Sadie Benefit” on Sunday afternoon in front of the Beehive Hair Salon was a huge success for the family of Sadie Layne Smith.
This time a 2008 Kawasaki ZOF crotch rocket valued at over $14,000 was taken from an address on Shaman Crossing near Blackman Elementary School.
You may know someone who has recently fallen ill with a stomach bug.
Last week on WGNS you heard about a scam targeting Hispanic residents in our community. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric gave us a follow up on the story.
Here's an interesting item WGNS thought you would love to hear more about... You can now view interactive crime maps online that show where crime has occured in your neighborhood.
Plans for a new building which are only ideas at this point, have not been released.
Before the Literacy walk began, guest speaker Fred Bailey who is the founder of Children are People, thanked educators for their hard work.
During a search of Elmore’s vehicle, officers say they found 28 Xanax pills with someone else’s name on the bottle.
“She is clothed with strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future.” - Proverbs 31:25
Some Project Help kids are enjoying new digs today. Finishing touches after a major renovations to the Baird Lane facility were completed over the weekend.
Watch our tour and interview at Project Help. The children will back at their Baird Lane location on Monday.
If you parked in front of a local apartment complex on July 20th, police can go back and see that information in their computer if the ALPR scanned your license plate.
The Christy-Houston Foundation’s recent awarding of a nearly $40,000 grant to Journeys in Community Living will help the nonprofit deliver more streamlined services to adults with intellectual disabilities in Cannon and Rutherford counties.
Funeral arrangements have been announced for a 10-year old girl from Murfreesboro who was killed in a two vehicle accident in Gladeville, Tennessee on Wednesday afternoon.
Unknown men have successfully used counterfeit $100 bills at the Carmike Movie Theater and at a gas station on Highway 96.
Police have the name of a suspect who happens to have an immigration related background herself.
Engine 4 was able to get the driver of the truck out safely just before the contents of the trailer ignited.
The meeting gives members an opportunity to sit in on a business session, receive a free health screening and be eligible for a number of door prizes, including a 2001 Ford Ranger extended-cab pickup truck.
The suspect allegedly grabbed a 14 year old girl by the arm while she was walking to a friend's home on Bradyville Pike. The suspect then tried to pull her towards his apartment.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department's Districts 1 and 9 responded to a fire call at an apartment located at 613 Bridge Avenue around 5:45 Thursday evening.
The man accused of killing Murfreesboro resident Daniel Cartwright in 2010 and who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter filed an appeal in court suggesting insufficient evidence.