Smyrna at Oakland
6p pregame, 7p kickoff
A total of three large flat screen TV's were stolen from a home on Bridge Avenue this past week in Murfreesboro.
A 43-year old Casper Court man is facing several charges after allegedly shatting a glass door at MJ's Pool Hall.
At least two more incidents of counterfeit money in Murfreesboro is being reported by local authorities.
A 23-year old Nashville man is in jail after he was seen trying to wave down cars while walking down East Northfield Boulevard.
The annual John Stanford Grand Slam Fish Fry Tuesday (October 25th) at the MTSU Livestock Center, benefitting Blue Raider Baseball.
Murfreesboro Police are looking into possible child pornography on the phone of a customer of T-Mobile on Old Fort Parkway.
We now know the name of the victim in a weekend motorcycle crash on East Clark Boulevard. He's identified by Murfreesboro Police reports as 45-year old Jim Dixon of Old Lascassas Pike.
Eight to 10 students and the driver of bus number 58 were taken to the hospital after being involved in an accident this (Monday) morning. It happened on Old Nashville Highway and Hazelwood Drive.
It's time to take care of your vehicle and winterize. Lance Woodall, service manager at American Tire, tells NewsRadio WGNS there are several things you need to do to get ready for the harsh winter.
The Career Development Center of Middle Tennessee State University will be hosting its annual Fall Career Fair from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in the Murphy Center.
An MTSU student organization has been recognized at the national level for its remarkable membership growth.
Several new schools are in the pipeline throughout Rutherford County based on the proposed building plan approved by the Rutherford County Board of Education.
Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, responded to reports that Vanderbilt University would be out of network on all insurance plans available through Tennessee's Obamacare marketplace in 2017.
Four speakers will examine the precarious intersection of free speech, hate speech and academic freedom at with a special public panel discussion. The event is 4:30 Tuesday afternoon, October 25th, in MTSU's Tennessee Room at the James Union Building.
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In nearby Coffee County, a Tullahoma teen has been charged with a murder that occurred Aug. 15, 2016 in Tullahoma.
The mother of a 26 year old Murfreesboro man called emergency personnel after her son purchased and likely used a white synthetic called LEAN that he bought at a gas station.
The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded declined for the 15th consecutive day Sunday, for a total discount of 4 cents during that period.
After more than 30 years together, the MetLife insurance company is unceremoniously dumping Snoopy and the entire Peanuts gang. MTSU Professor Larry Burriss has the details to this separation...
These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...
Former lead director of Pinnacle Financial Partners Inc. ("Pinnacle") and Rutherford County Attorney, James Cope, 67, of Murfreesboro, pleaded guilty Friday to insider trading in connection with Pinnacle's 2016 acquisition of Avenue Financial Holdings Inc. On Thursday, Cope sent his letter of resignation from the position of county attorney.
The Murfreesboro Parks and Rec Department put together another fantastic Barfield Bash that included hay rides throughout the evening for all ages.
This past week an inmate that has a history of theft and burglary in Rutherford County tried to escape from a Tennessee Department of Corrections facility located in Hickman County, Tennessee.
Home Schoolers recently visited Perform Murfreesboro to learn what goes on behind the curtain in a stage production.
Keynote speaker Dr. Rhea Seddon did not realize it at the time, but her words were directly aimed at Zeina Ahmad and probably dozens more girls attending the 20th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference at MTSU.
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