Many people ask how old a child has to be - before leaving that child home alone, but is there a simple answer? Rutherford County Juvenile Court Judge Donna Scott Davenport chimes in on the age-old question...
The Rutherford County Court System announced Friday changes to its operations effective May 4, 2020.
Grocery stores are seeing large crowds making unusually large purchases of food, toiletries and cleaning supplies. Some items are being limited to three per customer while other items are not being limited. We are also seeing the courts limit in-person proceedings when able to do so, which is also a big change.
A new court in Rutherford County entitled the "Safe Baby Court" is for children from birth to age 3. Juvenile Court Judge Donna Scott Davenport told WGNS NEWS...
A Rutherford County Judge did something a little different on Friday afternoon...
The Tennessee Supreme Court has amended Supreme Court Rule 7, which focuses on the licensing of attorneys to practice law in Tennessee.
The statements showed, "A custodian walk in to find the man with his pants at his ankles and his genitals being exposed." The incident was reported to the principal of the unnamed school.
Two judges who have been leaders in the struggle to rescue lives and communities affected by substance abuse were among the honorees at the Tennessee Association of Recovery Court Professionals' 14th Annual Recovery Court Conference, held recently in Murfreesboro.
The end result of the case that changed the pre-trial notice was eventually determined by the Tennessee Supreme Court.
One full pound of marijuana was seized by police at a home on Monty Court in Murfreesboro. The drugs were seized shortly after police say they observed 21-year-old...
"Americans United for Life congratulates Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Based on his strong, twelve-year record on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, we believe that Judge Kavanaugh..."
Beginning July 1, 2018, the Court increased the hourly rate paid to court-appointed lawyers representing indigent parties to $50 an hour for all services.
The first day of the new Rutherford County Environmental Court will be this Wednesday (6/6/18).
The parking garage near the site of the under construction Judicial building is open.
The brand new Rutherford County Judicial Building will soon be where regular court cases are held.
Newly Elected Judge Lisa Eischeid said her goal is to help rehabilitate people as opposed to only punishing men and women, but it will take everyone in the community to make a difference...
The Rutherford County Commission voted unanimously Thursday night of this past week to ask the state to let the county raise its $25 court filing fees to an upper limit of $50...
Businesses on the property where the constriction will take place have already closed.
More scams continue in Murfreesboro... Most recently, several local residents received emails suggesting they needed to appear in court this week and if they failed to do so, they could be arrested.
The man charged with killing another homeless person in early May returned to a West Main Street apartment covered in blood and ordered people to get rid of his clothes just an hour and a half after leaving with the victim.
A project to replace the Circuit Court clerk's computer system to improve efficiency and save money has turned into a task of epic proportions.
The group Bikers Against Child Abuse were on the Rutherford County Square in support of a child testifying in court about a child abuser.
Online Item Only: The public is invited to enjoy Coffee With the Clerk, a come and go event hosted by Circuit Court Clerk Laura Bohling.
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