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UPDATE: Victim in Case Involving former Jail Guard being Charged with Aggravated Statutory Rape was 14-Years Old
28-Year old Drew Gammon was indicted on six charges of aggravated statutory rape on Thursday morning. WGNS has obtained the
House Fire Reported on Rucker Lane Friday Morning in Murfreesboro
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s Districts 9 and 5 were dispatched to a house fire just after 5:00 Friday morning
Christmas Parade: RAIN or SHINE
We've fielded a lot of calls about the Rutherford County Christmas Parade on Sunday and the weather that's expected. WGNS Parade organizers say that the policy has been to have the parade, rain
Three Rounds of Winter Weather
Heavy rain, ice and even snow are possible through early in the week as a monster storm pushes across Tennessee. We've already had several inches of rain. This afternoon, temperatures are
UPDATE: Manchester Square Shooting; Suspect in Custody and Charges Officially Filed
A shooting on the square in downtown Manchester leaves a man injured and a woman in jail.
Long Time WGNS Listener to be Remembered on Saturday
A long time WGNS listener who died on November 14
New Police Headquarters Building Gets the Go-Ahead in Marathon Council Meeting
The findings from several studies conducted on the old Murfreesboro Medical Clinic office on North Highland Avenue and it's feasibility of use as the city's new police headquarters boasted enough...
Additional Traffic Stops in Murfreesboro During the Holidays and Beyond? Likely...
You may have seen more police officers making traffic stops in recent days throughout Murfreesboro… There is a reason for
Murfreesboro Market Reports Theft of 11-Rolls of Lottery Tickets
$3,300 Worth of Tennessee Lottery Tickets have been stolen from a small Asian market on South Rutherford Boulevard.
Binge Drinking of Alcohol a Serious Problem
The holidays are a time of celebrating, and often that includes the consumption of alcohol, but those who do not enjoy in moderation
Shaving Razor Heist in Murfreesboro - Days After No Shave November
Two packages of Prilosec and several rows of razors off a store shelf is what one alleged thief is accused of taking at a local
Man Accused of Possesing Child Pornography BACK Behind Bars after Indictment
28-Year old Matthew Hughes is back behind bars. A sealed indictment landed the subject back in jail on Thursday afternoon.
A BIG No-No: Suspect Allegedly Selling Drugs in a School Zone
47-Year old Christopher Nelson has been indicted for allegedly selling drugs in a school zone.
FBI Visits Murfreesboro Business... Few Details Known
The FBI paid a visit to a local business in Murfreesboro on Thursday. Reports indicate the federal agents went to 625 South Church
Wages Protest in front of Murfreesboro McDonald's Scheduled for Thursday Afternoon
Three people showed up to protest the wages paid by McDonald's on Thursday during the lunch hour (12:30 pm) in
Murfreesboro Firefighters Fight Stones River Apartment Fire
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s Districts 1, 2, and 9 responded to an apartment fire at 205 Warrior Drive (Stones
MORE: Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Murfreesboro Able to Buy Needed Educational Equiptment
Candidate for County Commission Phil Griffin told WGNS that he was excited to see TN Governor Bill Haslam announce a $625,000 grant
Volunteers and Toys Needed for Toys for Tots Toy Drive - Call Today to Help
The Toys for Tots drive is underway now in Murfreesboro and Smyrna. The toys that are collected will be distributed on December
Major James Walls Memorial Highway Naming
The community is invited to remember a World War II hero and Smyrna business legend. South Lowery Street, from Stewarts Creek to Highway 840 is being renamed "Major James Walls Memorial
The Lethal Injection and How it is Administered Recently Saw Changes in Tennessee, According to Chief Justice Gary Wade
Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court,
The Brittany Project (In Remembrance of Brittany Maxwell) is Going Strong!
Brittany Maxwell was a vibrant young Police Officer with the Murfreesboro Police Dept. and was stationed at the Franklin
Food Giveaway in Murfreesboro on Friday, Dec. 13
A mobile food pantry will be held next Friday on December 13
HVAC System Stolen? Say What?
Just when the thefts of complete heating and air units died down, another theft surfaces.
MTSU student entrepreneurs win cash for best business ideas
Three MTSU students earned cash for their business concepts after pitching them during the university’s first Student Business
M4 Carbine Rifle Stolen from TN Army National Guard Armory in Murfreesboro
Stealing a gun from the government is a bad idea… Regardless, it happened in Murfreesboro.
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