Auto burglaries are on the increase across Rutherford County, and Smyrna Police have surveillance photos of two crimes in progress. If you recognize this man, contact Smyrna Detective Allan Nabours at 615-267-5434.
Dr. Kevin Billups with The Billups Center talks with WGNS' Penny Ray about male issues that many face:
Supporters of the Tennessee Philharmonic took a stroll through the big band era on Thursday night, and WGNS talk host and former sheriff Truman Jones helped bring the memories to life.
A Murfreesboro man has been indicted and charged in connection with a 2019 overdose death of a man found deceased at a gas station in June 2019.
Friday, which is Valentine's Day, has been earmarked as No Child Eats Alone Day in the Murfreesboro City Schools.
The hats-optional high tea is traditionally held on Equal Pay Day, which symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, the next Equal Pay Day is Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
MTSU's Alumni Memorial Gym was a buzz of activity Saturday, Feb. 8, as high school and middle school students brought their creative A games to the second TNFIRST First Tech Challenge.
While the series draws attention to the challenges faced by those reporting concerns or possible criminal activity within the system, here in Tennessee, State Rep. Bryan Terry, MD (R-Murfreesboro) has already taken proactive steps to address this issue.
Each weekend the non-profit has the opportunity to share information about what they with members of the local church. To further highlight Special Kids, the public is invited to an upcoming "Worship Night" on February 21st at 7pm.
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has invested $9 million in four, high-speed broadband infrastructure projects that will create or improve rural e-Connectivity for 3,744 rural households, 31 businesses, 41 farms and a critical community facility in Tennessee.
Imaging studies show that viewing pictures of one's romantic partner activates brain regions related to mood and pain regulation. Thinking about a partner also may boost energy by positively affecting blood glucose levels.
While the company may not be in Rutherford County, it certainly has employed a large number of residents in Smyrna and Murfreesboro over the past 96 years.
Several roads in Rutherford County have water covering them, and many are totally closed.
Three rolls of copper wire were stolen from the Murfreesboro Electric substation on Bridge Avenue. Surveillance cameras got pictures of the men, and their vehicle.
42-Year-old Christopher A. Barnes was accused of utilizing social media apps like Instagram to meet underage girls in Murfreesboro and faced the courts earlier this month (Feb. 7, 2020).
Murfreesboro Police are working on a fraud case, and need your help in identifying this woman. Contact Murfreesboro Police Detective Earl Crow at 629-201-5504.
Secretary of State Tre Hargett, along with Representative Tim Rudd and Representative Mike Sparks, will present the Tennessee College Voter Registration...
A notice for residents in Woodbury telling them to boil their water before drinking it has been lifted. Evidently, there was a fear that the water was somehow contaminated at the water plant.
The MTSU Honors College, Office of Admissions and various departments across campus are collaborating for the annual Presidents Day Open House.
On April 24th at 9:30 AM Rutherford County SROs have partnered with Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services to do one of the largest mock crashes ever created in Rutherford County.
The Tennessee DMV is offering residents the option of either continuing to renew their standard driver's license/ID card OR obtaining a REAL ID-compliant driver's license or identity card.
On Feb. 17, The Webb School will open its campus for prospective students and their families for the final Visitors' Day of the school year. The daylong event begins at 9 a.m. with registration and breakfast and concludes at 3 p.m.
A car stolen from Murfreesboro ended-up crashing through the side of a home on Central Pike near Pleasant Grove Road in Mt. Juliet.The vehicle was being pursued by Mt. Juliet police. The driver is 47-year old Glen Adams. He was checked-out and is now booked in the Wilson County Jail.
UPDATE: Coffee County District Attorney General Craig Northcott released a statement Monday afternoon with more clarification to Saturday's incident at the Manchester Walmart that ended in a woman going to the hospital and later passing away.
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