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Debris Killing Grass and Safety Issue for Motorists
Debris Killing Grass and Safety Issue for Motorists

Tree limbs, brush and hedge trimming is not only creating bad "visible first impression" for visitors to Murfreesboro, it's also killing grass and becoming an obstacle to motorists driving city streets--especially at night.

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UPDATE: Human remains found in Beechgrove - One in Custody
UPDATE: Human remains found in Beechgrove - One in Custody

UPDATE: Connie Ray, 61, was arrested Tuesday night and charged with false reporting, abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact. She remains in the Coffee County Jail on $600,000 bond.

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3 Guns, Bullets and Weed Seized Behind Local Hotel
3 Guns, Bullets and Weed Seized Behind Local Hotel

When police spoke to Robert Nance IV, he evidently didn't have much to say. However, a quick background check of Nance showed that he was a wanted man for failing to appear in court.

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Police Search Mayor Ketron's Insurance Office
Police Search Mayor Ketron's Insurance Office

Murfreesboro Police executed search warrants at the insurance office of Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron.

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Rape Reported in Murfreesboro
Rape Reported in Murfreesboro

Two days after the incident, she reported the alleged rape to police. The case is now under investigation. No arrests have been made as of Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

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Will Red Light Cameras be Banned in TN and Murfreesboro?
Will Red Light Cameras be Banned in TN and Murfreesboro?

The City of Murfreesboro has 149 intersections with traffic lights (signalized intersections). Out of that number, only 4 have red light cameras...

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Combining Forces in Rutherford County to Tackle Traffic Tickets, DUI Offenders and More
Combining Forces in Rutherford County to Tackle Traffic Tickets, DUI Offenders and More

The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office now has a specialized "Traffic Task Force." Sgt. Michael Rodgers told WGNS the new task force involves multiple agencies...

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IDEA: Middle TN Electric Revisits Acquiring Murfreesboro Electric
IDEA: Middle TN Electric Revisits Acquiring Murfreesboro Electric

You may recall that negotiations for Middle Tennessee Electric to purchase Murfreesboro Electric took place in 2016, but fell through. Now, the proposal is back on the table.

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 Gold Star reunion at MTSU  touches Schleicher family deeply
Gold Star reunion at MTSU touches Schleicher family deeply

More than 20 family members came Saturday (July 13) for what Miller called a Gold Star Family Reunion. It truly was a Southern-style family reunion, with hugs, reminiscing, scrapbooks, barbecue and more.

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Governor Lee Appoints Rutherford County Resident to Council on Developmental Disabilities
Governor Lee Appoints Rutherford County Resident to Council on Developmental Disabilities

Governor Bill Lee has appointed Rutherford County resident Alison Bynum to a three-year term on the Council on Developmental Disabilities, representing the Mid-Cumberland Development District.

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UPDATE: Wilson County Murder Suspect of another teen Asks for New Jail Facility
UPDATE: Wilson County Murder Suspect of another teen Asks for New Jail Facility

In nearby Wilson County, a subject charged in the fatal shooting of another juvenile wants to be housed in a different facility due to bullying.

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EDITORIAL: The Endless Summer
EDITORIAL: The Endless Summer

EDITORIAL: It is said that sunshine is the best medicine and the best sunshine is found during the summer. The concept of an Endless Summer was based on a 1964 Bruce Brown...

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Orders Now Accepted for TDF Tree Seedlings
Orders Now Accepted for TDF Tree Seedlings

Are you a landowner looking to conserve and maintain your forest? If so, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture...

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Services for Homicide Victim in Cannon County, TN
Services for Homicide Victim in Cannon County, TN

The victim in last week's homicide on Sunny Slope Road was laid to rest on Tuesday.

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Suspect Arrested After Stabbing and Asking for a Ride to Murfreesboro
Suspect Arrested After Stabbing and Asking for a Ride to Murfreesboro

Evidently, the incident started with the Gallatin suspect demanding a ride to Nashville and Murfreesboro.

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2 Rutherford County Residents Sentenced in methamphetamine and fentanyl trafficking
2 Rutherford County Residents Sentenced in methamphetamine and fentanyl trafficking

The Department of Justice has made a dent in methamphetamine and fentanyl being trafficked into Middle Tennessee.

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Think Twice Before Giving Money to Organizations that Call You - Even if They Sound Like a Murfreesboro Organization
Think Twice Before Giving Money to Organizations that Call You - Even if They Sound Like a Murfreesboro Organization

If you get a phone call asking for money to help Murfreesboro Police Officers or Firefighters, think twice before saying yes.

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Broadband Internet in Rural Portions of Rutherford County Getting Better
Broadband Internet in Rural Portions of Rutherford County Getting Better

MTEMC President Chris Jones said that former Governor Bill Haslam worked to change state law to allow for the utility provider to provide better access to internet coverage in rural areas.

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Junior Beef Expo was held in Murfreesboro this month
Junior Beef Expo was held in Murfreesboro this month

At the Tennessee Junior Beef Expo in Murfreesboro on July 11-12, the Tennessee Cattlemen's Association...

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"Tennessee Faces of the Opioid Crisis" Education, Awareness Campaign

This project will feature people from every county of Tennessee sharing personal stories of how they have been impacted by the opioid crisis.

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Trade report: Tenn. exports inch up after 'another tough slog' in first quarter
Trade report: Tenn. exports inch up after 'another tough slog' in first quarter

Tennessee exporters "eked out" a small increase during a challenging first quarter...

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SAINT THOMAS HEART FIRST IN TENNESSEE TO BE HONORED AS A RECOGNIZED HCMA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
SAINT THOMAS HEART FIRST IN TENNESSEE TO BE HONORED AS A RECOGNIZED HCMA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE

Saint Thomas Heart is proud to announce their approval from the Hypertrophic...

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TBI Seeking CALEA Re-Accreditation
TBI Seeking CALEA Re-Accreditation

Final preparations are underway for the on-site assessment of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation by representatives of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA).

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Eight MTSU grads 'JET' off to Japan to teach English, share cultures with new friends
Eight MTSU grads 'JET' off to Japan to teach English, share cultures with new friends

The Japanese language has nearly two dozen words for all the shades of indigo blue.

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Lowering Healthcare Costs and Raising Tobacco Age
Lowering Healthcare Costs and Raising Tobacco Age

"A recent Gallup poll found that the cost of health care was the biggest financial problem facing American families."

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