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MT Athletes APR Among the Best in the Nation

MT Athletes APR Among the Best in the Nation

For the sixth consecutive year, all 17 of Middle Tennessee's athletic teams earned a multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) of over 930 as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) released its annual report on Wednesday.

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Teen Accused of Assaulting Football Coach Stays in Custody

Teen Accused of Assaulting Football Coach Stays in Custody

The teenager charged with the felony aggravated assault of Riverdale football coach Ron Aydelott will remain in custody until his trial.

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Renowned Conductors and Artists work with Murfreesboro Youth Orchestra

This weekend, the Murfreesboro Youth Orchestra will present the Inaugural Ethos Music Festival, a two-day event for high school musicians that will bring in over ninety students from across Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.

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$20K in Cameras & Equipment Missing from Register of Deeds Office

$20K in Cameras & Equipment Missing from Register of Deeds Office

Rutherford County Register of Deeds Heather Dawbarn called Murfreesboro Police after finding two expensive cameras missing from the office on North Maple Street.

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Rutherford County residents graduate with honors from MTSU

Rutherford County residents graduate with honors from MTSU

MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee joins five Rutherford County residents who graduated with highest honors during the university's spring 2015 commencement ceremonies to discuss their future plans.

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Burglary to Cato on S. Rutherford

Authorities are look for whoever broke into the Cato on South Rutherford Boulevard, taking cash, cutting the phone lines and damaging a metal door frame.

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Registration for Middle Half is Monday

Registration for Middle Half is Monday

Registration for the ninth annual Murfreesboro Half Marathon ("The Middle Half") will open Monday, June 1st.

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Shelbyville Woman Arrested at City Cafe

Shelbyville Woman Arrested at City Cafe

A 26-year old Shelbyville woman was arrested at the City Cafe on Main Street after police report she was falling asleep while eating her breakfast. Murfreesboro Police were called to the East Main Street restaurant around 9:30 Tuesday morning.

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Joe B. Jackson Bridge is OPEN

Joe B. Jackson Bridge is OPEN

The Joe B. Jackson Parkway bridge that brings South Church Street to I-24 as you near the Barfield area opened Wednesday at 11am.

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Nearly $2 Million in Stolen Public Money Remains Uncollected in TN; Some in RuCo

Nearly $2 Million in Stolen Public Money Remains Uncollected in TN; Some in RuCo

Theft and misuse of public money continue to be a concern as outlined in two reports released by the Tennessee Comptroller's office. Rutherford County agencies reported some losses.

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Meals on Wheels Receives $10K from MTEMC

Meals on Wheels Receives $10K from MTEMC

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation's Customers Care has donated $10,000 of its Operation Round Up funds to Mid-Cumberland Meals-on-Wheels.

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Lindy King to Coach Stewarts Creek Girls

Lindy King to Coach Stewarts Creek Girls

Lindy King is the new girls head coach at Stewarts Creek. The state champion coach from Martin Luther King in Nashville will replace the school's first head coach, Jessica Jackson.

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Ethics Committee to Meet Thursday on Complaint Against Sheriff Arnold

Ethics Committee to Meet Thursday on Complaint Against Sheriff Arnold

The Rutherford County Ethics Committee is set to meet for the second time this week to consider a complaint against Sheriff Robert Arnold.

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A Soldiers Child Foundation to Hold 4-Mile Run/Walk on July 4th - Can You Participate?

A Soldier's Child Foundation will hold a 4 on the 4th. In other words, a 4-K run on the 4th of July.

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Changes to Electronic Collection

Changes to Electronic Collection

Rutherford Countians are now being required to pay a disposal fee for televisions and computer monitors.

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Car Crashes into House on Red Mile Road

Car Crashes into House on Red Mile Road

No one was hurt when a car came crashing into a house on Red Mile Road. Rutherford County Fire-Rescue Lieutenant Matthew Lupo tells NewsRadio WGNS crews responded to home at 2007 Red Mile Road.

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Man Exposes Himself to Beauty School Students

Man Exposes Himself to Beauty School Students

Murfreesboro Police are looking for a black male in his early 20's, who is accused of exposing himself to students at the Paul Mitchell School on the Old Fort Parkway.

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MTSU students find 'FirstSTEP' answers to math, science research questions

MTSU students find 'FirstSTEP' answers to math, science research questions

MTSU undergraduate students are taking their second and third steps in the early summer session FirstSTEP program.

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Steve Luker named principal of Smyrna Middle School

Steve Luker named principal of Smyrna Middle School

Director of Schools Don Odom is pleased to announce that Steve Luker has been named the new principal of Smyrna Middle School. Luker currently serves as the principal of nearby David Youree Elementary School, a position he has held for the past seven years.

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Smyrna Woman Charged with DUI & Drug Possession

Smyrna Woman Charged with DUI & Drug Possession

A 22-year old Smyrna woman was arrested by Murfreesboro Police on charges of DUI and possession of a schedule four drug.

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ZERO Audit Findings at RuCo Assessor's Office

ZERO Audit Findings at RuCo Assessor's Office

Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell reports his office received no findings after an audit by the Tennessee Department of Property Assessments.

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Mans body recovered from Center Hill Lake

Mans body recovered from Center Hill Lake

A body was recovered from Center Hill Lake Memorial Day morning believed to be the remains of a man reported missing on Saturday.

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Severe Storms Possible This Afternoon

The National Weather Service says there's a chance of severe thunderstorms this (Tuesday) afternoon. Today's storms could bring with them hail and especially high winds. It's expected to be a rainy week - off and on.

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Gas Prices Stable

Gas Prices Stable

AAA forecast that 33 Million Americans would drive 50 miles or more during the Memorial Day weekend. Those motorists saw the lowest gasoline prices for the holiday in up to five years. Here in the 'Boro, prices remained stable when compared to the previous week--around $2.37.

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DeKalb County accident leaves two seriously injured

DeKalb County accident leaves two seriously injured

Two people from Wilson County were airlifted after a one car rollover Saturday afternoon on West Main Street just outside the city limits of Alexandria.

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