Riverdale at Siegel
6p pregame, 7p kickoff
The "Puppy Plunge" Saturday morning at SportsCom's 'Boro Beach was a huge success. Several hundred well behaved canine romped and played together, while amusing an even larger assembly of humans.
Overdue fines keeping you from using the public library? Take care of them with canned goods from your pantry! For one week, patrons of the library system will have the option to bring in canned goods to pay off library fines.
Middle Tennessee State University welcomes prospective high school students and their families to visit the campus Saturday (9/24/2016), In addition to today, November 5th and March 17, 2017, are additional Saturdays for a tour.
An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Cannon County man for the July murder of his brother.
Have you noticed more traffic jams? Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns that construction crews are stepping-up work on projects in an effort to complete them on-time. Here are his areas to avoid now through October 1st.
On the WGNS' Action Line, a listener asked Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland about placing a traffic signal at the intersection of the Old Lascassas Pike and Rutherford Boulevard.
The 2016-2017 MTSU academic year rolls along, more than 300 freshmen are much more prepared to succeed at university life after participating in the expanding MTSU Scholars Academy over the summer.
Someone posing as a Rutherford County Sheriff's deputy called a citizen Friday and demanded $2,000 or the citizen would be arrested on a warrant.
The keys to several vehicles have been turned over to deserving individuals in 14 cities across the United States.
In the new media world that increasingly blurs fact and opinion, how are voters to check politicians' claims? How does a person decide what media outlets to trust?
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH received their annual flu shots Friday...
After being arrested and transported to the local jail, the suspect allegedly stated to police, "What can I Say, I'm addicted to driving drunk."
Spokesperson James Evans Stated: "We have not had any credible threats but there have been lots of rumors. However, we also don't take the situation lightly, and we have been investigating all rumors thoroughly. We had additional SROs on campus yesterday to assist with investigations and for additional security as a precaution. We have found no credible threats, and we believe students are safe and secure."
The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed today that a data error resulted in inaccurate accidental gunshot death numbers for 2014 being reported. Incorrect data provided earlier indicated the number of accidental gunshot deaths had dramatically escalated from 19 in 2013 to 105 in 2014.
Another shots fired call has been reported in the downtown Murfreesboro area.
Rutherford County remains at number three on the list for having the third lowest unemployment rate in the Volunteer State.
As the 2016-17 MTSU academic year rolls along, more than 300 freshmen are much more prepared to succeed at university life after participating in the expanding MTSU Scholars Academy over the summer.
The Murfreesboro City Council Thursday (9/23/16) unanimously approved a contract for tree clearing of runway approaches to the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport.
Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations joined investigators with several other agencies in investigating a workplace shooting at a manufacturing plant in Athens that left two victims and the shooter dead.
40 Year old Kaithong Keomek of Murfreesboro who was reportedly beat to death on September 18th will be laid to rest on Sunday (9/25/16).
State Department of Health officials are investigating several reports of people who attended the September 10th Lascassas Volunteer Fire Department fish fry getting sick.
City Council held a public hearing Thursday night to discuss the possible expansion of TrustPoint Hospital that will add almost 400 jobs, and was met with some angry residents.
Numerous people showed up on the Murfreesboro square Thursday night for the second annual Community Rhythm Event.
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