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Severe Storms Possible Saturday

Severe Storms Possible Saturday

The potential exists for strong and severe thunderstorms to develop Saturday afternoon and evening. Primary threats look to be large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. The time frame for severe potential looks to be from around noon until 8 PM or so.


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Ram's Honeysuckle Road Forecast
Ram's Honeysuckle Road Forecast

The smell of honeysuckle and a spring storm, all a part of this season. Murfreesboro Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns that construction projects are also part of the season. He warns 'Boro motorists where traffic challenges might occur from today through May 2nd.

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New indoor tennis courts in Murfreesboro look nice

The City of Murfreesboro is partnering with MTSU and the Christy Houston Foundation on the new $5.8 million dollar indoor tennis facility at Old Fort Park adjacent to the 16-court outdoor complex.

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Sports*Com Remodel currently underway
Sports*Com Remodel currently underway

The redesign of the lobby at the Sports*Com in Murfreesboro continues. The building is operated and maintained by the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department.

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Who shot the window / door at the Rutherford County Juvenile Services Center in Murfreesboro
Who shot the window / door at the Rutherford County Juvenile Services Center in Murfreesboro

Authorities are investigating a shooting that occurred at the Rutherford County Juvenile Services Center in Murfreesboro.

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Man arrested on attempted aggravated robbery charges
Man arrested on attempted aggravated robbery charges

A 46-year old Murfreesboro man has been arrested for an attempted aggravated robbery case that occurred on the night of April 17, 2015.

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Bonnie and Clyde in Murfreesboro this May
Bonnie and Clyde in Murfreesboro this May

The Center for the Arts presents the musical Bonnie and Clyde May 15 - 31, 2015. Frank Wildhorn's electrifying story of love, adventure and the crimes that captured the attention of the country is fearless in its betrayal of the reckless young lovers.

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Tourism to Stones River National Battlefield creates $20,660,500 in Economic Benefits
Tourism to Stones River National Battlefield creates $20,660,500 in Economic Benefits

A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 272,500 visitors to Stones River National Battlefield in 2014 spent $15,282,000 in communities near the park. That spending supported 246 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $20,660,000.

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Sheriff's Chief Deputy & Detective on Leave with Pay
Sheriff's Chief Deputy & Detective on Leave with Pay

A new development in the controversy surrounding the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Robert Arnold and investigations into contracts and company affiliations.

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Annual Relay for Life in Murfreesboro May 29th
Annual Relay for Life in Murfreesboro May 29th

The annual Relay for Life event is nearing. It will be held on May 29th at Middle Tennessee Christian School on Memorial Blvd. across from Reeves Sain Drugstore.

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Ethics Committee Votes To Hire Lawyer For Sheriff Arnold Investigation

At Thursday night's meeting of the Rutherford County Ethics Committee, its five members voted unanimously to seek approval to hire an attorney to advise them on actions to take in the Sheriff Robert Arnold' JailCigs investigation. The committee will make that request at the May 14th session of the Rutherford County Commission.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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MTSU Experimental Vehicles Program lunar rover team is best in U.S.
MTSU Experimental Vehicles Program lunar rover team is best in U.S.

The MTSU Formula Hybrid team will make the 22-hour journey to Loudon, New Hampshire, where the event will be held at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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TBI Arrests Lawrenceburg Police Department lieutenant
TBI Arrests Lawrenceburg Police Department lieutenant

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Lawrenceburg Police Department lieutenant accused of borrowing a firearm from his subordinate and then pawning it without his knowledge.

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Severe Storms Possible Saturday
Severe Storms Possible Saturday

The potential exists for strong and severe thunderstorms to develop Saturday afternoon and evening. Primary threats look to be large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. The time frame for severe potential looks to be from around noon until 8 PM or so.

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UPDATE: Thursday morning Walter Hill accident on Jefferson Pike

On Thursday morning, NewsRadio WGNS received multiple calls about an accident in the Walter Hill area. Evidently, 38-year old Jennifer Zaughan of Murfreesboro...

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Rutherford County Pulls Together for March for Babies

Companies, families and volunteers come together to help Fight for Healthy Babies...

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"Child Advocacy Center Derby Party Scheduled for May 2

In the last 15 years, the Child Advocacy Center has worked 10,875 child abuse cases, assisted over 15,225 individuals, and trained over 4,750 parents, grandparents, and professionals how to protect children from child sexual abuse.

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Tickets Available for United Way's Sixth Annual Red, White and Bayou
Tickets Available for United Way's Sixth Annual Red, White and Bayou

Tickets are now available for United Way's signature fundraising event, Red, White and Bayou. From the entertainment to the fare, this outdoors, casual dinner is reflective of the southern coastal culture.

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Lake clean up on Saturday has been rescheduled
Lake clean up on Saturday has been rescheduled

Due to the prediction of severe weather on Saturday (April 25) by the National Weather Service, the lakeside cleanup is being RESCHEDULED FOR May 9, 2015.

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What is the BIG PAYBACK on May 5, 2015?
What is the BIG PAYBACK on May 5, 2015?

Gifts from the public will be boosted with funds from sponsors of The Big Payback. Nonprofits will vie for financial incentives, bonus donations and additional prizes totaling more than $240,000. An online leaderboard will track donations in real-time.

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Man Convicted Under Newly Changed Human Trafficking Laws Gets 22 Years
Man Convicted Under Newly Changed Human Trafficking Laws Gets 22 Years

A man found guilty of trafficking a 12-year old girl for sex has been sentenced under new, more strict guidelines in Tennessee.

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Murfreesboro City Attorney Susan Emery McGannon Announces Plans for Retirement
Murfreesboro City Attorney Susan Emery McGannon Announces Plans for Retirement

City Attorney Susan Emery McGannon has announced plans for retirement, effective November 1, 2015. McGannon announced the decision to City council members and her legal staff this week.

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Will you be one of the 30,000 runners in the Country Music Marathon on Saturday in Nashville?
Will you be one of the 30,000 runners in the Country Music Marathon on Saturday in Nashville?

An estimated 30,000 runners will take part in Saturday's annual St. Jude Country Music Marathon events (the full marathon, half marathon or 5K race) through multiple parts of Nashville.

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Man arrested on child pornography
Man arrested on child pornography

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained indictments for a Clarksville man in a child pornography case.

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Senate Approves Legislation Sponsored by Senator Ketron Implementing an Online Verification Program for Uninsured Motorists
Senate Approves Legislation Sponsored by Senator Ketron Implementing an Online Verification Program for Uninsured Motorists

There are approximately 40,000 crashes a year that involve uninsured motorists.

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