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A rent to own company in Murfreesboro says that a renter put items they are currently renting on their FaceBook page as items that are "For Sale." The incident was reported by HomeSmart on Broad Street.
Open and free to the community, the party will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Oaklands Historic House Museum, 900 North Maney Avenue in Murfreesboro.
A check written on the account of a Murfreesboro nonprofit foundation somehow ended up in Richmond, Virginia.
AAA's test results suggest that halogen headlights, found in over 80 percent of vehicles on the road today, may fail to safely illuminate unlit roadways at speeds as low as 40 mph.
The Lady Stars faced elimination all day Thursday and things went their way until the final strike in game two. The season also drew to a close the 68th year of prep sports coverage on NewsRadio WGNS.
Young Murfreesboro and Rutherford County artists' interpretations of America's diversified unity are the focus of a special invitational exhibit at MTSU's Todd Art Gallery now through Friday, May 29th.
The City announced today a decision to withdraw the 409 acre Coleman Farm property from usage as a proposed Public Safety Training Facility site. City Manager Rob Lyons told WGNS the public said "NO", so the city is looking elsewhere.
Linebaugh Library Director Rita Shacklett clicked her Wonder Woman bracelets and told WGNS, "Every hero has a story."
The first-degree murder trial for Jewell Moses Bess is set to begin soon in the Rutherford County Courts. The once cold case dates back to 1986.
There are currently over 198,000 licensed drivers in Rutherford County and some of those drivers drink and drive when they should be seeking a ride from a friend or a Taxi.
Road construction won't slow motorists down as they travel Tennessee's highways this Memorial Day weekend.
Sgt. Ferrell said on the night the animals were found, "It was immediately obvious that we were going to need assistance in removing this large number of animals and getting them to safety as quickly as possible."
Two stab wounds on the forearm of a Murfreesboro man were obtained when another subject allegedly tried to stab him in the chest, according to victim Cornelius Martin.
"I had just recently seized a phone from Mr. McAdoo for possibly having child porn on it and awaiting the search warrant..."
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The Murfreesboro City Council will meet in a special session at 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 26, and Thursday, May 28, 2015, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, for the purpose reviewing the proposed Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget.
Retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber, MTSU's senior adviser for veterans and leadership initiatives, will be speaking during the 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, Stones River National Battlefield and Cemetery events to commemorate Memorial Day.
The TBI and the FBI raided the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office Thursday morning. WGNS' Scott Walker spoke to TBI Public Information Officer Susan Niland outside of the Sheriff's Office.
The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties is kicking off its Stuff the Bus school supply collection benefiting children Kindergarten through 5th grade in Rutherford and Cannon counties.
Effective Tuesday, May 26, 2015 all citizens will be required to pay a disposal fee for televisions and computer monitors.
Residents can experience the force generated during a crash traveling only 5 to 7 mph with a Seat Belt Convincer on display during the next week at five Wal-Mart stores in Rutherford County, said Sheriff's Capt. Steve Spence.
"The voice of the people in and around the Liberty Valley subdivision was loud and clear," said Assistant City Manager Jim Crumley. "Regardless of whether a firing range were located on the property, neighborhood residents do not want a police and fire training center nearby."
Rutherford County Schools and the David Youree Elementary School community celebrated a new addition to the school on May 15.
Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained additional indictments for a former employee of the Tennessee Department of Human Services...
A number of years ago, a security guard working at a property in Middle Tennessee, killed another man. We promised the former security guard that we would not release his name, only this audio segment and a picture of him today, years after that life altering incident. WGNS is passing along this story to you, because it serves as a reminder that we never truly know what someone is going through, nor where they have been.
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