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WINTER STORM WARNING Sunday and Monday
WINTER STORM WARNING Sunday and Monday

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Rutherford County from 6pm Sunday until 12p Monday for the possibility of sleet, freezing rain and snow. 

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MTSU Professor of Journalism Larry Burriss comments on the first “World Wide Web” pages…

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“Amanda” who is the photo manager at the Walgreens store on Mercury Blvd. Is our Good Neighbor of the Day
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Cary and Marilynn Burnworth
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Jessica Brawner is our Good Neighbor of the day
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Mildred Mears is our Good Neighbor of the Day
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Miranda Cafey-Vogeler at Goodness Gracious Restaurant
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Our Good Neighbor of the Day is Thelma Harris at the Stones River Manor
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Our Good Neighbor today is Michelle Davy
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Our WGNS Good Neighbor of the Day is Judy Boyd in State Farm Agent Andy Womack's Office
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Ted and Betty Conrad
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"American Top 40s" Casey Kasem Dead At 82

Although not a local story, but news of the death Sunday of Casey Kasem hit many in the Murfreesboro area by surprise. In earlier years, WGNS carried his popular weekend radio show American Top 40.

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"Black Cat Cave" May Have Prehistoric Ties

Looks as if the controversial Black Cat Cave, across from the VA Hospital, was more than a speakeasy in the Prohibition days of the 1920's. This coming Tuesday's WGNS Action Line broadcast (8:10-9:00AM) will cover news about these prehistoric findings. 

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"Duck Derby" Day Set For May 17th!

The Child Advocacy Center is hosting the 7th Annual Duck Derby on May 17, 2014 at SportsCom.

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11-Year Old Boy Dies After Fall from Treehouse
11-Year Old Boy Dies After Fall from Treehouse

On February 18, young Hayden was playing in the backyard and fell from a treehouse. In a flash he was gone leaving a space we can never fill.

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2014 Healing Field in Murfreesboro
2014 Healing Field in Murfreesboro

At 8:00 AM on Saturday May 24, the grassy field will be transformed into a field of 800 three foot by five foot American Flags...

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2014 Healing Field this weekend in Murfreesboro
2014 Healing Field this weekend in Murfreesboro

At 8:00 AM on Saturday May 24, the grassy field will be transformed into a field of 800 three foot by five foot American Flags...

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23,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Produced by the "National Beef Packing Company" Recalled
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is recalling the beef after a potential E. coli contamination.
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27-Year old man allegedly video's 16-year old getting out of the shower
27-Year old man allegedly video's 16-year old getting out of the shower

27-Year old Terry S. Wilson has been arrested on charges of “Attempted Especially Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor” and “Unlawful Photography.” Wilson, who lives in Eagleville, was apprehended on Wednesday.

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49-Year Drought Is Over, Blackman Boys State Champions
49-Year Drought Is Over, Blackman Boys State Champions

Rutherford County boys basketball is the home of a state champion for the first time in 49-years. The Blackman Blaze come from behind to defeat Oak Ridge 52-46. The Blaze came from eight down in the fourth and used a 14-nothing run to take the lead late. 

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A well deserved award to a hard working farmer and his wife in Rutherford County! Great story for our WGNS friends...
A well deserved award to a hard working farmer and his wife in Rutherford County! Great story for our WGNS friends...

On the pristine Rutherford County Century Farm where MTSU alumnus Katherine Batey Whitt grew up in the Blackman community outside of Murfreesboro, she and husband and fellow alumnus Brandon Whitt received a special prize Wednesday (March 5) for being nationally recognized.

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AAA Projects July 4th Holiday Travel Decrease This Year
AAA Travel projects 40.8 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Independence Day holiday, a 0.8 percent decrease from the 41.1 million people who traveled last year. 
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Aaron and Barbara Knox
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