Some of the things that have changed during the COVID-19 Pandemic have not been changes for the good. Tara Davis with the Child Advocacy Center's Drug Endangered Children program told WGNS...
Over the years law enforcement in Murfreesboro and throughout the state have seen an increase in the different types of DUI arrests that are being made.
MTSU's Lisa Schrader, director of Health Promotion, has been presented a statewide award by the Coalition for Healthy and Safe Campus Communities.
More sobriety checkpoints are being planned for Rutherford County...
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A 39-year-old Antioch man has been arrested and charged with his 4th DUI while visiting Murfreesboro. The arrest occurred at 3 in the morning on Middle Tennessee Boulevard when authorities spotted Garland Bess' vehicle that had an expired tag.
A bill in the state legislature that would have allowed for MTSU to sell alcohol on their campus during sporting events or other social gatherings has failed. State Representative Mike Sparks stated...
Many Rutherford County residents enjoy an adult beverage from time to time as a way to unwind and relax. But when that occasional drink or substance use becomes more and more frequent, it can be cause for concern.
While a class in fermentation may allow students to make wine and other alcoholic beverages, they would not be able to actually drink what they make.
The Palcohol bill bans the sale of powdered or crystalline alcohol, a product recently approved by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, which when mixed with water becomes a cocktail.
Powdered alcohol, marketed under the name Palchhol, was recently approved by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau for sale in the United States. It is a powder that is packaged in a 4-by-6-inch pouch, to which water can be added to produce an instant alcoholic beverage.
The Tennessee Department of Health and the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency are warning residents that alcohol and certain drugs increase the risk for hypothermia.
The subject later failed a field sobriety test. When officers searched his truck, police located a cup in the cup holder that was said to contain a mixed drink consisting of whiskey and beer.
Fewer teens and pre-teens in Tennessee are abusing alcohol, according to the findings of a five-year prevention effort.
A Lawrenceburg man who works for the Mt. Pleasant Housing Authority was charged with Forgery, Criminal Impersonation, Public Intoxication and Resisting Arrest after allegedly telling police he was actually his brother
The number of teens who abuse alcohol dropped by a full 2%. That number now stands at 6%.
Whomever called the concern in, told police the man was starting to take the rest of his clothes off.
Residents of the Indian Hills community showed up in force at Thursday's city council meeting to oppose amending 2.0 acres within their area for a new restaurant along South Church Street...
A Christiana man has been arrested on a charge of DUI Number 4. Ronald Patterson was pulled over by a police...
The La Vergne Police Department conducted a city wide underage alcohol sales sting recently that targeted every retail establishment that sells alcohol. Officers from every division in the department participated in the operation last week.
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