With inaccurate numbers from places like China, it is hard to build an accurate model in countries like America on what to expect with SARS-CoV-2.
"We have been notified by the TN Department of Health that a resident of Cannon County has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Members of the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Bomb Squad removed what turned out to be an inactive military training hand grenade found in the front yard of a Murfreesboro home late Friday morning, March 27.
WGNS has more news on our local parks in Murfreesboro, highlighting closures and highlighting what is currently open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the week ending March 21, 2020, Tennesseans filed 39,096 initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits. The week prior, the state received 2,702 new unemployment claims. The latest figure represents a nearly 20 fold increase in week-to-week claims.
MURFREESBORO: "We've had technicians working long hours on our Thompson Lane station trying to unclog the pumps before they cause an overflow upstream. It's important for the public to properly dispose of these items as solid waste."
For those without food during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are food sources available in Rutherford County.
Authorities say that the subject of an identity theft investigation is using other people's personal information to make his own ID with his photo on it.
Due to coronavirus concerns, the Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees will hold its Tuesday, March 31, meeting via teleconference only.
"This is about your paycheck," Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said today in describing a collection of Republican and Democrat senators' ideas that he said will generate trillions in economic support to help keep employees...
"This is no time to be running a political campaign," U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said today on the Senate floor as Democrats block legislation that will generate trillions in economic support to help keep employees on payrolls and to relieve Tennesseans..."
PHOTOS: See what downtown Nashville looks like as a near empty ghost town due to COVID-19.
The changes are having a huge negative impact on local businesses all around the state and country. One local business owner is asking for citizens to contact their congressman.
At this point, there has not been an uptick in crime, according to Larry Flowers, Murfreesboro Police Spokesperson.
As the COVID-19 virus spreads, it is key to remember that certain groups of people are more susceptible to the lethal side of the virus. Specifically, those with co-morbid conditions.
According to authorities, the suspect stole chainsaws and tool-kits from Walmart on Old Fort Parkway. The man went as far as placing them in a shopping cart and then pushed the cart next to the doors to set up a quick exit.
Murfreesboro native and attorney John G. "Jack" Mitchell III announced today that he is a candidate for Circuit Court Judge of the 16th Judicial District, which encompasses Rutherford and Cannon counties
UPDATE: The Rutherford County School System is being proactive with the increased threat of the coronavirus.
About 70 MTSU students attended the session as Daniels Center Director Hilary Miller wanted them to have the opportunity to meet with nearly 10 Federal Bureau of Investigation representatives Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Keathley University Center.
Imagine being turned down for a loan due to someone stealing your identity? Worse yet is being turned down for an apartment because you are told you already have an apartment!
There has been a turn of events for a woman convicted on charges that included the rape of her son in Rutherford County between 1999 and 2003.
The Nashville Predators stepped forward Monday to raise money and awareness for Middle Tennessee State University student veterans in distress and whose educational benefits have either expired or have been exhausted.
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.
The bowling alley on Broad Street first opened in 1957, so the move to the mall is somewhat historical for Murfreesboro - especially for residents who grew up in the community.
A man who plead guilty to especially aggravated kidnapping, arson, especially aggravated robbery, and attempted first degree murder based on offenses committed against his stepmother in Rutherford County, has petitioned the courts for post conviction relief.
The latest phone scam being received by local residents shows the intended victim receives a call from someone claiming to be with Apple Support, suggesting that there is an issue with their account.
The presidential race... Republicans and Democrats - With more, here is MTSU Professor Dr. Larry Burriss...
TDK is a privately-held development and construction company with headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded in Kentucky in 1959 by Dorris Keach, TDK is a three-generation company that builds and develops projects throughout the Southeast and Southwest. Having completed more than 10,000 units valued at more than $1.2 billion, TDK properties are setting a new standard in the multi-family housing industry.
Luke Marlin, of Christiana, Tennessee, who attends Middle Tennessee Christian School, turned in the best exam...
Did you know that one company is even selling their photographs to police departments around the country to enter into their facial recognition database?
UPDATE: Members of the Rutherford County Legislative Delegation including State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro), State Rep. Charlie Baum (R- Murfreesboro), State Rep. Tim Rudd (R-Murfreesboro), and State Rep. Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna) have announced a one million dollar grant award for the City of Murfreesboro and the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport.
Some of the events put together by the Murfreesboro Muslim Youth organization included the "Love Your Neighbor" community meal, the "Murfreesboro Loves" campaign and the "Love Your Neighbor on the Square" event.
While on the WGNS Action Line Wednesday morning, Rutherford Conty Mayor Bill Ketron confirmed that Costco was coming, along with a massive shooting range, adjacent gun retailer, aeronautical oriented technical factory and more.
The female suspect told officers that the victim was an acquaintance of hers and that she told him to get undressed for a massage. After the victim laid down on his stomach she got on top of him and stabbed him once in the neck with a knife, according to the MPD Arrest Report.
Spring Fling HQ Show is a will air on WGNS during Spring Fling Tuesday, May 21st through Thursday, May 23rd. Plus, Bryan Barrett and Jon Dinkins will cover games of local baseball and softball teams competing for a state championship.
A Mobile Dairy Classroom was at Overall Creek Elementary School on Wednesday morning (April 3) in Murfreesboro.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has released their most recent KIDS COUNT Survey and it shows that Tennessee has placed 77% of youngsters that were in the states foster system into foster homes.
Everybody Drum Some, the local percussion collective led by drum instructor Ross Lester, will present its spring Murfreesboro Community Rhythm Event at Mayday Brewery on Friday, March 29.
The ICEE Company will establish its headquarters in La Vergne and create approximately 200 jobs in Rutherford County over the next five years.
Planning a wedding for this Spring or maybe even this summer? In Murfreesboro, there are lots of options for wedding venues.
A broad coalition of community volunteers today announced the launch of Rutherford Arts Alliance, an advocacy group dedicated to identifying, uniting, and promoting arts, culture, and heritage in Rutherford County.
John Callow Guided Murfreesboro's Affordable Housing and Homeless Advocacy...
The new $4.5 million Airport Terminal will replace the old terminal originally built in 1952 with renovations in 1986. Plans had been reviewed by the Airport Commission on Nov. 19.
A Houston man who flew into BNA this week, took a cab to a Nashville bus station and retrieved two suitcases containing nearly 20 pounds of bricked cocaine, according to Nashville Metro Police.
Tennessee corn farmers and landowners will be able to vote on a statewide checkoff referendum to consider a 1 cent per bushel assessment of corn sold.
Evidently, a man who was allegedly trying to lure police away from where he was staying called dispatch to tell them he shot his girlfriend and left her inside a car parked in a lot on Lascassas Pike.
The mayor recently went on a safety tour with members of the parks and rec department in the area of Cannonsburgh and the Greenway...
Dr. Larry Burris, MTSU Professor of Journalism, gives his take on how news WAS delivered and IS delivered now.
President Sidney A. McPhee announced the scholarship enhancement at the university's True Blue Tour stop in Franklin...
A jet skiing accident results in a fatality on Tims Ford Lake Saturday evening.
A man wanted by police on felony child abuse charges has been apprehended in Murfreesboro. Officers say when they arrived at the apartment to locate Tamontez Grandberry, he was found hiding in a closet.
Caleb Walls' first day on the job as a Fire Trainee was August 6, exactly 28 years after his dad, Captain Clay Walls, started his firefighting career at Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department.
Five counts of "Criminal Simulation" were levied against a Nashville man during his recent trip to First Bank in Murfreesboro.
A federal grand jury sitting in Nashville, Tennessee returned a five-count indictment, charging two members of the MS-13 gang with murder in aid of racketeering...
Students in MTSU's Jones College of Business now have access to an innovative sales laboratory that will allow them to hone their selling skills in their efforts to become ready-to-hire graduates.
Two MTSU graduates are being recognized for their exceptional achievements in the Experiential Learning Scholars Program.
...Officers later field tested the drugs and quickly discovered what they seized was not heroin at all... it was Fentanyl.
A vehicle that was dropped off to be repaired at Chevrolet of Murfreesboro was reportedly stolen. Evidently, it was not the only car taken from the dealer.
The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties recently hired Michael Cole as the Vice President of Collective Impact and Strategic Initiatives.
Servers will offer canine customers bowls of water and complimentary doggy treats.
Greenhouse Ministries in Murfreesboro continues to move forward with expansion plans. The local non-profit is in the process of raising money to pay for the construction of more space. Christy Sanford with Greenhouse explains...
Grab your banjos and shine you dancin' shoes--the 41st annual Uncle Dave Macon Days is set to kick-off at Cannonsburgh Village, Friday afternoon 1pm, July 13th and Saturday morning 9am, July 14th in historic Murfreeesboro, Tennessee...
A joint investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Etowah Police Department and the 10th District Attorney General's Office has resulted in the arrest of an Etowah teen, who has been charged with the murder of a female teenager that occurred last year.
About 3,000 freshmen -- the Class of 2022 -- and 2,500 transfers -- the Class of '20 -- are being welcomed by MTSU officials and departments as CUSTOMS orientation is fully under way.
Five Hometown Heroes will be honored at the Hometown Heroes Walk for Children, said Child Advocacy Center director Sharon De Boer.
U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper (TN-05) Tuesday (4/3/18) received confirmation that the omnibus funding bill recently passed by Congress releases $7.5 million in fresh funding for election security in Tennessee.
Middle Tennessee State University and the Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America signed a partnership that will allow the university to be a greater resource for Scouting programs, particularly in science and technology.
Everybody Drum Some, the open-ended percussion collective led by Murfreesboro drum instructor Ross Lester, will host its next community rhythm event on Thursday, March 22...
Grandparents received a call from someone posing as a public defender informing them their grandson had been arrested and offering a bonding company in New Jersey to gain his release.
With nearly 4,700 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in Tennessee every year, the Tennessee Department of Health encourages residents to talk with a health care provider on when to schedule their annual mammograms.
UPDATE: The team was forced to cancel their game against Upperman High School in Putnam County. This comes after five of the team's players were charged with attempted aggravated rape.
Murfreesboro Police recently responded to Walmart on Rutherford Blvd. in regards to an armed man who was reportedly shoplifting.
Ericia Baggett was bullied throughout her school years due to her weight. "People would mistreat me," she said. Nevertheless, she found an escape in artwork. During middle school and high school she won numerous awards...
Now, the Patel cousins have filed an appeal suggesting that the evidence did not support their convictions for conspiracy to commit first degree murder.
Entertainment will be provided by local Middle Tennessee artist, Paige Pitts, to accompany the dinner provided by Demos' Restaurant and Peter D's.
If you have a loved one who was laid to rest at the Viola Cemetery in nearby Warren County, their tombstone may have been vandalized.
For the first time in history the total assessed value of property in Rutherford County passes $7 Billion dollars!
On May 30, 2017, TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center delivered their first triplets since the hospital opened in 2003.
Last week, Coffee County Deputy Blake Simmons was on patrol in Lakewood Park just over the Rutherford County line in the Beechgrove area where he says he saw a Cory Smith whom he knew had an active arrest warrant.
Officials say there are more than 800 staff vacancies in Tennessee's public and private prisons amid ongoing complaints from employees, inmates and others about pay, benefits, safety and other concerns.
At the state level, the playbook showcases the Tennessee Promise program. The program serves over 16,000 students and is contributing to a 10 percent increase in public higher education enrollment and a 25 percent increase at community colleges throughout Tennessee.
Legislation to add those who unlawfully photograph a person for sexual gratification to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's (TBI) Sex Offender Registry was recently highlighted by Governor Bill Haslam at a ceremony on Capitol Hill marking the signing of the new law.
"So, how did you get to Atlanta," I asked. He grinned, "When I had a weekend pass I'd come to Atlanta because I loved it, after the Army I just stayed here."
A 20-year old man will face the Rutherford County Courts on Monday June 20th, to formerly hear the "Aggravated Rape" charges against him.
A federal judge has ordered a recount of votes on a 2014 amendment to the Tennessee Constitution that made it easier to put restrictions on abortion.
Having already made a .50-caliber sniper gun the official state rifle, Tennessee lawmakers voted Monday to make the Holy Bible the state's official book.
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) has hired four new elevator inspectors, including the first female elevator inspector in the state's history.
An Antioch man has been charged with distributing bottles of sizzurp -- a modified cough syrup -- in Bedford County.
Authorities in Franklin County have announced that the accused shooter of Sienna Dusk Owens the 11-year-old girl who was found shot over the weekend is a 12 year-old classmate.
A Dowelltown man charged with child rape for allegedly touching his eight year old niece in a sexual manner was sentenced in DeKalb County Criminal Court on Wednesday, December 2.
Recovery Courts in Tennessee have been putting people who struggle with mental health and substance use issues on the path to a more successful and rewarding future since 2003.
According to Manchester Assistant Police Chief Adam Floied, two people wanted in connection with a Covington, Georgia homicide/robbery were arrested in Manchester.
Heroin use is sharply increasing in Tennessee right now. More people are seeking treatment for a heroin addiction in Tennessee when compared to years past.
One of Murfreesboro's most wanted who was captured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was recently sentenced in a Rutherford County Courtroom.
Tennessee Commissioner of Safety and Homeland Security Bill Gibbons was in McMinnville recently to explain to local officials why the state wants to close the Driver Testing Center in Warren County.
A 25 year old Woodbury man, who apparently tried to outrun the law in a pursuit, wrecked his automobile Saturday morning on Highway 56 in DeKalb County.
The show is being sponsored by the Student Affairs division and co-hosted by the Office of Campus and Student Relations and the Smyrna Center.
The Murfreesboro City Council held a public comment meeting Thursday night where one Murfreesboro resident brought up a possible issue with traffic signs.
According to the CDC report, 45 percent of those who have used heroin had been dependent on prescription painkillers. Another finding: people without health coverage are more likely to use heroin.
News outlets sometimes get words wrong. With more, here is Dr. Larry Burris from MTSU...
"She felt bad that her shorts were not large enough to conceal the narcotics because they belonged to her and she handed them to Mr. Smith right before we arrived."
43 year-old Bradley Newton Weir the former baseball coach at Coffee County High School had his attorney enter a plea of not guilty to a 16 count indictment issued by the Coffee County Grand Jury.
Robert Travis Rosson the man accused of allegedly charging at a Coffee County Deputy with a knife last Thursday was booked in at the Coffee County Jail Monday night under a $500,000 bond.
NewsRadio WGNS has leearned that a murder case will hit the local courts this month. Facing charges is 22-year old Brandon D. Buchanan (pictured).
A Smithville mother and her boyfriend were indicted by the DeKalb County Grand Jury today (Tuesday) in the death of the woman's 22 month old son over the weekend.
According to Cannon County Sheriff's Department Reports Deputy Lee Colwell spoke with a Mr. Larry Brandon who advised that he owns a farm on Lonnie Smith Road and found that some items were missing.
Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Lawrenceburg Police Department lieutenant accused of borrowing a firearm from his subordinate and then pawning it without his knowledge.
Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Santa Fe woman accused of stealing more than a quarter of a million dollars from her grandmother.
Two Tennessee lawmakers have introduced companion bills that would legalize the possession and casual exchange of up to half an ounce of marijuana.
A gas station in La Vergne was robbed a second time in two months and police need your help...
The Murfreesboro City Council approved an agreement with Wiser Consultants, LLC of Murfreesboro to assist with the relocation of Lytle Street between NW Broad Street and Barker Street...
A new year brings new partnerships, as an agreement between the municipal airport and Air Methods will soon base LifeFlight services in Murfreesboro...
Federal officials have awarded a $17.5 million grant to Tennessee to expand preschool services.
It took police six minutes to apprehend a suspect Friday morning who had stolen a truck in front of the vehicle owner and his daughter.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has a new addition to the state's Top Ten Most Wanted list, Jabriel Aireece Linzy...
Last year, identity theft accounted for 14 percent of all complaints recorded by the Federal Trade Commission...
Beth Duffield, Vice President of Workforce Development for the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, says mentor recruitment is going very well.
If your home is repaired, the City would assist you with a five-year forgivable loan.
According to Tim Hancock local agent with the TWRA, the student who killed the bobcat DID NOT hang it from the goalpost.
City officials planning and making changes to help make Murfreesboro a better city.
A terminally ill woman plans to end her life under the Death With Dignity Act.
The overall Middle Tennessee Consumer Outlook Index rose to 226 for September, up from 203 in May.
Mayor Shane McFarland has been appointed to replace recently departed council member Toby Gilley on the Power Board, as Gilley takes a judge's seat...
In the most recent case, a 19-year old woman in Murfreesboro told police that she was raped while spending the night at a home in the area of Mercury Boulevard.
August's final meeting of the Murfreesboro city council was most notable for also being the final meeting for Councilman Toby Gilley, departing to take up a General Sessions Court judgeship...
Bryan Barrett hosts the WGNS TV news update for Thursday, August 27th.
The victim claims the caller told her to visit a bank on West Clark Boulevard in Murfreesboro and to write several checks "for cash" and then send them via Western Union to Westmoreland, Jamaica.
The only items reported as stolen were a pair of $50 Nike running shoes, a cell phone and a 6-pack of Red Apple Ale.
At this point, the subject has been accused of forging some $3,462 in checks.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained indictments for a Smyrna, Tennessee man accused of having a sexual relationship with a minor in Jackson County, Tennessee.
"Mr. Smith advised that the subject then became irate stating that he would shoot them if they came back to his property (the lake)..."
Meth continues to plague Rutherford and Surrounding Counties. The most recent case led police to a domestic violence call at the Knights Inn on S. Church Street in Murfreesboro
The polls in Rutherford County will be open from 7AM to 7PM, Thursday August 7th. Do you know where your polling precinct is located?
WGNS usually does not report attempted suicide stories, but that changes when the attempted suicide threats revolve around other potential victims.
A 16-year old girl who was reported missing in the Middle Tennessee area this past week has been found.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department's Districts 1 and 9 and Rescue 2 were dispatched to a fire call at 2631 Belle Rive Drive just after 11:30 Thursday night.
According to the warrants, in addition to the bruises the victim also had her head shaven as punishment for not participating.
Many residents from Rutherford County headed to Nashville on Wednesday night for the Kiss and Def Leppard Concert...
Dozens of health clinics focused on serving those people across Tennessee most in need may have to close their doors with a major source of federal funding set to expire in 2015.
TBI Special Agents began investigating the death of Valerie Jean McFadden on June 23rd, the same day a passerby discovered the body of the 61-year-old Readyville woman
An MTSU senior is SURF-ing through samples of a body fluid this summer in a research project that will ultimately help her assist investigators in their quests to solve crimes.
Infiniti on Thursday began assembly at the Infiniti Decherd Powertrain Plant, a partnership between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG. The first engine to be assembled at the all-new facility is a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline 4-cylinder developed by Daimler.
Animal rights activists were back again Friday holding signs in protest of the 2nd annual DeKalb County Young Farmers & Ranchers "Giggin for Grads."
The Tennessee Regulatory Authority approved the addition of a new area code—629.
Police pulled in behind the 24-year old and ran his tag number. That was when they found out the tag was supposed to be on a Ford Explorer and not an Oldsmobile.
Today, the Joe Carr for Senate Campaign announced the endorsements of Middle Tennessee Representatives Sheila Butt (R-Columbia), Judd Matheny (R-Tullahoma), Mark Pody (R-Lebanon), Courtney Rogers (R-Goodlettsville), Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna), Billy Spivey (R-Lewisburg), and Rick Womick (R-Rockvale).
Nolan Anderson (Dude) Northcutt was born in Huntsville, Alabama and at age 10, moved to Woodbury following the death of his parents.
I hesitated on actually putting this story online… but, with the consent of this gentleman, I decided to go ahead and post it, even though it is in Nashville. He wanted his story to be heard to hopefully help someone else. If someone can see his struggles, if someone can see what he is a slave to, then possibly… one person will quit drinking. - Scott Walker (WGNS)
A coworker by the name of Donald Curlee, stated that he and Mr. Wiser were cutting tries on a hill side when the accident occured.
37-Year old Clint Cielto, who was arrested in Rutherford County on February 4th, will head to court later this month.
A 22-year old man who told police he was transient and did not have a home address, has been arrested on a single statutory rape charge.
A Columbia, Tennessee woman who reportedly goes by the nickname of “Cream,” has been arrested in Murfreesboro on a charge of Promoting Prostitution.
It appears as if another motorcycle has been stolen in the Rutherford County area. This time, thieves stole a 2008 Yamaha R-6 sport bike.
The man suspected of killing a 30-year old Murfreesboro woman on Gold Valley Drive in 2013 will appear in court on September 30, 2014.
Congratulations to Tori Ruis, assistant principal at LaVergne High School in the Rutherford County school system.
The County Commission race in Rutherford County continues to grow. Oakland High School Assistant Principal, Tim Roediger, has announced...
Many residents are arguing that four Walmart stores will make it hard on locally owned retailers in Murfreesboro while others say they are thankful for the jobs.
"I have a grandson in the city school system in Murfreesboro. They have fully implemented Common Core. He is in Discovery School. They have to test to get in. He was reading fourth grade level in the first grade. He loves learning but he hates school this year because he said all they do is test all day..."
Smyrna Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect who can be seen on video at WGNSradio.com, breaking into the Kwik Sack Tobacco and Beer store at 543 Almaville Rd. In the video, the suspect appears to be in a red Chevrolet pick-up truck with a custom hood.
A Smyrna man has landed behind bars as a result of a 10-month investigation in Nashville. The Smyrna man was however arrested by chance, he was the passenger in a car that reportedly left the scene.... Of course the car he was in had three pounds of marijuana in it.
According to investigators, the senior citizen entered the bank wearing a mask, gloves and a cap and was armed with a firearm.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
• Be a female and a U.S. citizen;
• High school graduate or equivalent by June 30, 2014;
• No younger than 17 on Jan. 11, 2014, and no older than 24 by Dec. 31, 2014;
• Not be married, never have been married, never have had a marriage annulled, never cohabitated or have had a child;
• Miss MTSU must be a student of Middle Tennessee State University; and
• Miss Murfreesboro must be a resident of the state of Tennessee or attend a university in the state of Tennessee.
A car that was reported as “Stolen” by a disabled woman in Smithville has been recovered in Murfreesboro, according a MPD Police Incident Report.
A state funded Family Support Program is known by few, but serves to help many. Jo Ver Mulm told WGNS that United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee facilitates the support program that is already on schedule to help over 240 residents of Rutherford County this year.
A Murfreesboro man will face the DeKalb County courts after being accused of stealing $12,000 worth of jewelry. 41 year old Randy Glenn Haslam of Murfreesboro is charged with...
The Smyrna Police Department tells WGNS that on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at approximately 10:00 AM, two men entered the Walmart store located at 570 Enon Springs Road East in Smyrna and allegedly stole two Samsung Galaxy cell phones.
To keep warm air in and cold air out in winter months, most of us strive to keep every door and window tightly closed. While that may help reduce heating bills, it may also increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
The once commonly held belief that smoking tobacco was harmless, and perhaps even good for some, was shattered Jan. 11, 1964.
The Tennessee Department of Health recently recorded a troubling milestone: For the 350th time this year, a baby was born in Tennessee dependent on some form of powerful drugs taken during pregnancy.
A recent study found that 5.9 percent of teenage boys reported using steroids, while the rate among girls was 4.6 percent.
Rutherford County Schools OPENING 2-HOURS LATE, Lancaster Christian Academy -OPENING 2-HOURS LATE, Providence Christian Academy - Opening 2-hours late, Murfreesboro "City" Schools OPENING ON TIME
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