Rutherford County School Resource Officer Lt. Alan Garner says that social media has increased the responsibility of officers in schools...
The Siegel High School JROTC Raider Teams participated in the Rutherford County Raider League competition held at Oakland High School on Saturday, September 14th.
U.S. Senate Energy and Water Development Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) released the following statement after Senate Democrats blocked the Senate from moving forward on four important spending bills.
Do you recognize this man and this van? He may be a suspect in a series of car burglaries and thefts that occurred last week in the Blackman community.
A man accused of killing 18 year old Carmen E. Simmons on March 13, 2019 in Murfreesboro will be before a Rutherford County Judge later this month. District Attorney Jennings Jones told WGNS NEWS...
There will be over 100 booths of vendors, food, live music, businesses, a beer garden and local artisans represented at Depot Days.
While a diagnosis of breast cancer is a life-changing event in anyone's life, retired longtime MTSU administrator and alumna Gloria Bonner also used it as an opportunity for introspection, reflection and personal growth.
MTSU's Commercial Songwriting Program coordinator, Odie Blackmon, is helping current and future colleagues put a little more cash in their pockets as a member of a new U.S. Copyright Office music licensing committee.
Partner Station WMSR has learned that two Coffee County parents have been arrested and charged with aggravated child abuse or neglect after Coffee County Sheriff's Department investigators found eight children living in deplorable conditions.
The new campus is a single story, 37,500 square foot Pediatric Clinic and Outpatient Surgery Center as Phase 1. This is a $27.5 million investment into Murfreesboro and the residents within our community.
With the hot days of summer still upon us, it is hard to believe the holidays are growing near. Nevertheless, it is that time of year again to pre-order local meat. Don't miss out on your favorite cuts this season!
A variety of events and service projects are planned, including clean-ups, trail maintenance, removing invasive species, and hikes of various levels.
In nearby Warren County, a man has been arrested after a nine-hour standoff with deputies Monday.
Officers with the Murfreesboro Police Department were at the State Farm Insurance Operation Center at 2500 Memorial Boulevard Tuesday afternoon, and they worked with the staff on a drill of what to do if an active shooter came into the complex.
Memories are shared with three decades of Blue Raider football players and fans recently in Murfreesboro. WGNS' Jake Wallman shares more about the experience and photos from the day.
The American Heart Association, the world's leading nonprofit organization focused...
There has been a lot of fuss over Harry Potter books in years past and now, one MTSU professor chimes in on the talk...
Wildland fire officials with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry are keeping a close eye on weather conditions as the state and region experience a prolonged hot and dry pattern.
Three volunteers from the audience are invited to the stage to draw three cards -- one suspect, one weapon and one location.
On Tuesday, September 17, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) joined AAA - The Auto Club Group to announce the Reduce TN Crashes Scholarship Award.
Cason Lane Academy in Murfreesboro will celebrate 25 years of learning with a school parade on Wednesday, September 25.
WGNS has more news on the manager of Donut Country on Memorial Blvd who was allegedly killed by her husband this past March.
The man who was convicted on six counts of criminally negligent homicide after crashing the Hamilton County School bus he was driving while texting in 2016 filed an appeal with the courts.
An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in two former corrections officers with the Warren County Jail being charged with tampering with governmental records.
An arrest by the Murfreesboro Police Department Special Victims Unit has landed one subject behind bars.
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