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Mental Health Priorities on the MTSU Campus and Special Training
Mental Health Priorities on the MTSU Campus and Special Training

Mental health issues are a growing concern in our society. MTSU is diving into the issue by helping those closest to them. Cynthia Chafin, Associate Director for Community Programs for the MTSU Center for Health and Human Services stated...

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New Saint Thomas Medical Office
New Saint Thomas Medical Office

The newest medical location provides residents with clinical care in a welcoming environment.

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"Big Win" for Tennessee Cattle

United States Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said Japan's decision to lift restrictions on American beef imports is a "big win" for Tennessee's cattlemen.

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What's New: Rutherford County Library System
What's New: Rutherford County Library System

Here is the latest look into the Rutherford County Library System (4 min and 23 sec):

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Historical Society Hears About
Historical Society Hears About "WGNS' History"

The Rutherford County Historical Society held its monthly meeting at 7:00 o'clock Monday night and WGNS' Bart Walker shared the history of Murfreesboro's first radio station.

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"Rounds with Dr. Manny" Discussed Opioid Crisis in Murfreesboro on Monday

Healthy Tennessee hosted a roundtable discussion in Murfreesboro on Monday (May 20, 2019). "Rounds with Dr. Manny" focused on expanding communication and exploring solutions for opioid abuse...

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UPDATE: No Statuate of Limitations for Certain Felony Child Sex Abuse Cases
UPDATE: No Statuate of Limitations for Certain Felony Child Sex Abuse Cases

UPDATE: As heard last week on WGNS, there will no longer be a statute of limitations in felony child sex abuse cases if the crime took place when the victim was less than 13 years of age. The new bill on the statute will go into effect this coming July (2019).

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Scammers Aim to Trick Consumers into Running Up Expensive Toll Charges
Scammers Aim to Trick Consumers into Running Up Expensive Toll Charges

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is joining the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to help alert Tennessee consumers to increased reports of "one ring" or "Wangiri" scam robocalls...

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MTSU Professor Takes a Look at FaceBook and Their Information Freeway
MTSU Professor Takes a Look at FaceBook and Their Information Freeway

An MTSU professor talks a little FaceBook and how data is collected. He questions the "What if" FaceBook breaks up?

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More Trash Talk for Murfreesboro and the County Landfill
More Trash Talk for Murfreesboro and the County Landfill

More talk about the landfill, which has a lifespan of less than 8 years now. Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland stated...

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Alexander: Eli Richardson's Experience Makes Him an Asset to the Federal Bench
Alexander: Eli Richardson's Experience Makes Him an Asset to the Federal Bench

U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), spoke at the investiture of Eli Richardson as U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District of Tennessee, said, "Tennesseans are fortunate to have such a well-qualified judge."

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Grand Ole Opry's Salute to Troops to feature MTSU's Daniels Center
Grand Ole Opry's Salute to Troops to feature MTSU's Daniels Center

The Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center at Middle Tennessee State University will be in the Grand Ole Opry's spotlight Tuesday (May 21) as part of the iconic country radio show's salute to service members.

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Montecito Medical Acquires 221,000 Square-Foot Trophy Nashville Area Medical Office Building
Montecito Medical Acquires 221,000 Square-Foot Trophy Nashville Area Medical Office Building

Montecito Medical Real Estate, a premier owner of medical office buildings throughout the U.S., has finalized the acquisition of Murfreesboro Medical Properties, LLC, owner of a top-tier medical office building in Murfreesboro, Tenn., which is home to one of the state's largest multi-specialty physician groups.

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MTSU Trustees Meet May 29th, Wednesday
MTSU Trustees Meet May 29th, Wednesday

The Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees announces the following committee will meet May 29th, Wednesday in the second floor meeting room 203 at the Miller Education Center, 503 E. Bell Street.

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Cannon Runs for Children to Benefit Child Abuse Victims -
Cannon Runs for Children to Benefit Child Abuse Victims - "5K Run/Walk in Woodbury"

Lace up your sneakers and help child abuse victims by participating in the 3rd Annual Cannon Runs for Children 5K Run/Walk on June 8, 2019 at Dillon Park in Woodbury.

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House Fire on Lakes Edge Drive (WITH PHOTOS)
House Fire on Lakes Edge Drive (WITH PHOTOS)

A house fire on Lakes Edge Drive, off Compton Road Monday morning destroyed property.

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2016 graduate of Oakland High School Finishes Air Force Basic Training
2016 graduate of Oakland High School Finishes Air Force Basic Training

U.S. Air Force Airman Clayton T. Jungk graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Splash into Summer with Safe Swimming Tips - Healthy & Safe Swimming Week is May 20 - 26, 2019
Splash into Summer with Safe Swimming Tips - Healthy & Safe Swimming Week is May 20 - 26, 2019

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer and the official opening day for many public pools. The Tennessee Department of Health is celebrating Healthy and Safe Swimming Week leading...

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Annual Kid's Construction Fun Fest Coming Saturday, June 1
Annual Kid's Construction Fun Fest Coming Saturday, June 1

Get your hard hats on and gear up for some big time fun with some oversized toys at a local farm!

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Home Fire Sprinkler Week Is May 19-25, 2019
Home Fire Sprinkler Week Is May 19-25, 2019

With fires burning hotter and faster than ever before, every second counts when escaping a home fire.

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Two Pedestrians Hit Friday Night--One Was Killed
Two Pedestrians Hit Friday Night--One Was Killed

Two adult pedestrians were struck by a passing car around 10:00 o'clock Friday night, while walking along Northwest Broad Street near West Clark Boulevard.

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Middlepoint Landfill Working To Stop Odor
Middlepoint Landfill Working To Stop Odor

If you smell the Middlepoint Landfill, let them know about it. If you detect landfill odor, please contact Middlepoint Landfill at (615) 782-5500.

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Ram's Hot & Sunny Traffic Jam Formula
Ram's Hot & Sunny Traffic Jam Formula

Those hot, sunny days are here and that ingredient often makes for traffic congestion in construction areas. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns 'Boro motorists where to avoid today through May 25, 2019.

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Scorching Day, Dry Field, Creates Tractor Fire
Scorching Day, Dry Field, Creates Tractor Fire

At approximately 11:00 o'clock Friday morning, the Rutherford County Fire and Rescue joined Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department and headed to 7800 Rhodes Lane in Lascassas for a tractor fire.

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Kittens Saved From Burning Structure
Kittens Saved From Burning Structure

Here's a follow-up on how Rutherford County Fire-Rescue recently added pet oxygen masks and learned animal CPR to better serve residents in this community. On Friday that knowledge was put into practice while fighting a structure fire at 1922 Bennett Street.

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