The sound of a gun shot broke the sound of passing cars on Memorial Blvd at Auto Zone Monday afternoon.
Some shoppers of Walmart on Old Fort Parkway are still shaken after shots rang out around 9:45 this past Sunday night (7/22/18).
Summer break is almost over for many students in Tennessee, and as plans are being made for another school year, it's important to make sure students receive their required immunizations before going back to the classroom.
A shots fired call was reported Wednesday evening around 8:15 in Murfreesboro. The call to dispatch sent officers to Rutherford Woodlands Apartment Complex on North Rutherford Boulevard.
Approximately ten gunshots were heard in the 300 block of East McKnight Drive on Monday (10/23/17) night around 8:00.
Free flu shots will be given to those who are uninsured or even insured on Tuesday 9/26/17.
"Vaccines aren't just for kids. They provide protection against many potentially serious and preventable illnesses that can strike an individual, a family or a community without warning," said TDH Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH.
To prevent the spread of diseases and to keep our kids of all ages and their classmates safe, all students in Tennessee must have proof of immunizations...
When police arrived, no one would admit to hearing or seeing anything. However, authorities recovered spent shell casings from a .40 caliber gun, a .25 caliber weapon, a .22 and a .38.
When Officer Hobbs followed the sounds to the 700 block of University Street, he observed numerous vehicles and people fleeing the area.
The good news, no one was hurt and about 14 police officers showed up within seconds of the shots being fired. The bad news... No arrests have been made.
It's flu season and the Tennessee Department of Health warns residents to get their flu shots. Do you regularly get your flu shot?
At a hearing on the re-emergence of vaccine-preventable diseases, Alexander said: "From smallpox to polio, we have learned in the United States that vaccines save lives. And yet a troubling number of parents are not vaccinating their children."
Immunizations required for school are available from a variety of health care providers, including county health departments.
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