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Rutherford County and City of Murfreesboro Schools About to Start
Rutherford County and City of Murfreesboro Schools About to Start

The Rutherford County system will have a half day on Tuesday, August 6th.

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Space Exploration and More - MTSU Professor Larry Burriss
Space Exploration and More - MTSU Professor Larry Burriss

Space technology and exploring the unknown... with more, here is MTSU Professor Larry Burriss...

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MTSU-China cultural exchange makes 'hearts bigger ... world smaller'
MTSU-China cultural exchange makes 'hearts bigger ... world smaller'

About 40 visiting Chinese middle school students on Sunday were treated to an all-American picnic -- and welcomed by cheerleaders and scouts -- at the home of Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney A. McPhee.

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DUI Charge After Alleged Fender Bender
DUI Charge After Alleged Fender Bender

After the crash was reported to dispatch, officers located the suspect vehicle in the area of Old Fort Parkway.

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Heroin Overdose on Old Fort Parkway
Heroin Overdose on Old Fort Parkway

The woman was bleeding from the mouth and unresponsive when police arrived at the Inn Town Suites on Old Fort Parkway.

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TN REDLINE offers Text Service
TN REDLINE offers Text Service

Since 1989, the Tennessee REDLINE has served as a referral service to addiction treatment for people and their families looking for help for substance use disorder.

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Homicide Investigation In Woodbury
Homicide Investigation In Woodbury

A homicide investigation is underway following the report of a body being found in the Woodbury area on July 12th.

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Bill Haslam announces he will not run for US Senate
Bill Haslam announces he will not run for US Senate

Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam announced yesterday that he will not run for US Senate to replace US Senator Lamar Alexander...

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Simple blood test could predict breast cancer recurrences, new study shows
Simple blood test could predict breast cancer recurrences, new study shows

In 2019 alone, an estimated 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S. The blood test is not yet commercially available but provides a glimpse into a scientific advancement that could prevent many recurrences of breast cancer and save numerous lives.

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Funeral Services For 3-Year Old Left In Hot Car
Funeral Services For 3-Year Old Left In Hot Car

Funeral services have been set for the 3-year old child who was left for about 2-hours in a car that was parked outside his Smyrna home. The boys father is in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center with bond set at $50,000.

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Sunday Evening Fire in Murfreesboro
Sunday Evening Fire in Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department units responded to a house fire located at 208 Chamberlain Drive around 6:20 Sunday evening.

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Visitor At Historic Ransom School
Visitor At Historic Ransom School

The Rutherford County Historical Society proves there's more to local history than hidden tunnels, cannons and ghosts--although they do meet this Monday night at 7:00 in the County Archives Building, 435 Rice Street.

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UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS Is Underway!
UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS Is Underway!

Murfreesboro's Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village at 402 S. Front Street is alive with the 42nd annual UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS is underway and drawing larger crowds. The event continues through Saturday night.

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Ram's
Ram's "Crazy Days" Traffic Challenges

They're not called crazy days of summer for nothing. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran checks his computer twice and forewarns of potential road challenges for today through July 20, 2019 here in Murfreesboro.

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Busy Week Ahead For Murfreesboro City Schools
Busy Week Ahead For Murfreesboro City Schools

It's a busy week ahead for Murfreesboro City Schools. That includes a camp for pre-kindergarten students, a special celebration where new teachers sign their contracts with the system, and around the corner is the opening of the new Salem Elementary School.

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ARRESTED: Double-Homicide Drug-Related Deaths
ARRESTED: Double-Homicide Drug-Related Deaths

In neighboring Coffee County, Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Drug Investigation Division obtained indictments for a Tullahoma man who is believed to be connection with two recent suspected drug-related deaths.

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2019 TN Journalism Hall of Fame Inductees
2019 TN Journalism Hall of Fame Inductees

The 7th Annual Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be on Tuesday afternoon during the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters annual aonference at Murfreesboro's Embassy Suites Hotel. This year's event is dedicated to the memory of its co-founder Dan Whittle.

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3-Year Old Dies After Left In Car 2-Hours
3-Year Old Dies After Left In Car 2-Hours

Around 5:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Smyrna Police and Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services rushed to 707 Windbirch Trail in reference to an unresponsive child in a car. The 3-year old died of a heatstroke. His father, Dylan S. Levesque, has been arrested.

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Connected: A Breast Cancer Survivor Retreat
Connected: A Breast Cancer Survivor Retreat

REGISTER NOW: Murfreesboro Medical Clinic will host the first breast cancer survivor's event of its kind in Middle Tennessee.

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MUSIC: Uncle Dave Macon Days THIS WEEKEND in Murfreesboro
MUSIC: Uncle Dave Macon Days THIS WEEKEND in Murfreesboro

The lively festival competitions and the National Championships in music and dance that have made Uncle Dave Macon Days a success for the past 41 years is BACK this WEEKEND!

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Selling Baked Goods? At What Point Should You Use A Commercial Kitchen?
Selling Baked Goods? At What Point Should You Use A Commercial Kitchen?

Many of us are not aware of when we're able to prepare commercial food products at home versus when we need to use a commercial kitchen.

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UPDATE: Changes in the Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse Victims - MPD Sgt. Amy Norville Explains More
UPDATE: Changes in the Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse Victims - MPD Sgt. Amy Norville Explains More

Changes in the law will have an impact on children who are sexually abused in Tennessee. Murfreesboro Police Sgt. Amy Norville explains more on how this changes the game for those who abuse children...

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Murder Convict Asks Judge Bragg for a New Trial
Murder Convict Asks Judge Bragg for a New Trial

Murfreesboro Murder Convict recently appeared before Judge David Bragg asking for a new trial with the hopes of getting out of prison early.

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UPDATE: Darnell Mayer in
UPDATE: Darnell Mayer in "Stable" Condition

Here's an update on the Thursday morning shooting that occurred around 12:51AM in the 700 block of Minor Street. 49-year old Darnell Mayer was treated on the scene by personnel from Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services, who then transported him by ambulance to Vanderbilt Medical Center where he is listed in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries.

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MFRD at TVA Office--Evacuated--Gas Leak
MFRD at TVA Office--Evacuated--Gas Leak

Around 3:30 Thursday afternoon Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department responded to the Tennessee Valley Authority for a possible propane leak at their office, 650 Middle Tennessee Boulevard.

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