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Tammy C. Weeks, 44, of Tellico Avenue in Murfreesboro, was arrested around 5:15 Wednesday evening at the BP gas station on Manson Pike.
After seven days of testimony, the jury returned with a guilty verdict Thursday afternoon in the trial of a Lascassas man accused of raping a preschool girl and abusing her two older brothers.
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A local resident took it upon himself to physically block in an alleged drunk driver at a Manson Pike gas station in Murfreesboro on Wednesday evening.
Middle Tennessee State University lost a legend Monday with the passing of former coach and professor Joe Black Hayes, who was 98 years old.
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Earlier in the day on Wednesday, WGNS told you about another local business hit by the "Electric Scam."
The Islamic Center of Murfreesboro faces having to hire third-party experts on traffic and soil if the ICM wants to expand a cemetery.
For the past year, that roommate, Kenneth Cooper, had been locked up on robbery charges filed by the county commissioner Matthew Young.
The Goodwill Career Solutions Center in Murfreesboro will serve as co-host for a job fair for 20 employers looking to fill hundreds of positions.
A man currently residing in Murfreesboro was pulled over on South Highland Avenue and issued a verbal warning for not wearing a seatbelt but there is much more to this story.
Twenty-five to 30 hungry families seek food daily from the nonprofit Greenhouse Ministries in Murfreesboro, said Co-director Cliff Sharp.
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department has received several suitable site proposals for a 250-300 acre park to be located in the Blackman area of Murfreesboro.
Free, open to public. Caregivers invited. Dianne Kelton, 615-893-1360, ext. 3448.
Around 3:30 p.m. Monday, MPD Officers Earl Crow and Jeff Carroll followed up on a call to Green Meadow Apartments, located at 425 Warrior Drive.