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2-year-old Airlifted After Near Drowning


MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -A two-year-old Rutherford County boy was airlifted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center Wednesday after a near drowning. It happened in the 2800 block of ... Read More »

Missing Mother’s Phone And Car Found


WKRN News 2     MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The search has intensified for a missing Manchester mother last seen at her place of employment in ... Read More »

Money From Murfreesboro


Q: What’s the date on this local currency?     A: January 1st 1856   Thanks to Bill Jakes for all his amazing pictures and great information! Read More »

Design Vs. Insanity


We sat down with Brian Mabin of Xccelerated Fitness Concepts to hear some “real talk” about fitness and he had one thing on his mind: the ... Read More »

Clever Bed Ideas


          Since we spend about a third of our lives asleep, the bed you sleep in is worth some attention. These ... Read More »

Erlene Brashear Bugg obituary

Woodfin Funeral Chapel Murfreesboro

Erlene Brashear Bugg, age 83 of Murfreesboro, died at her home surrounded by her family. Mrs. Bugg was a native of Rutherford County and was ... Read More »

MTSU WISTEM Center’s guest speaker energizes Nashville teens

MTSU WISTEM Center welcomes national director

The conversation from a national official to a group of budding East Nashville scientists was profound and to the point: Persevere. Stay focused. Never give ... Read More »

Center for Popular Music acquires Grammy-winning Spring Fed Records

Spring Fed Records

The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University has acquired the renowned Spring Fed Records from the Arts Center of Cannon County. The ... Read More »

Murfreesboro Detective Receives Crime Stoppers Award

Detective Tommy Massey was recently recognized at the Rutherford County Crime Stoppers annual awards ceremony. Detective Massey was selected to represent the Murfreesboro Police Department ... Read More »

Woman dragged by robber’s car reunited with priceless keepsakes


Tuesday marks a happy ending to a horrific beginning for an Antioch woman who was dragged through a parking lot a month ago. Christina Shinlever’s ... Read More »

Creative hands and minds needed

Center for the Arts

Help them complete the Talley’s Folly set with painting and props from their prop room! No experience required, they will show you what to do. ... Read More »

Aggravated Assault In Walmart Parking Lot


  Report details incident on 5/22/2014 – Edited for only anonymity of suspects and safety of officers involved.   CHARGES FILED:  Aggravated Assault On 7/22/14 ... Read More »

States Says Specialty Plate “Too Vulgar”


From WKRN News 2 Nashville  WKRN News 2   MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -A Murfreesboro woman was denied a personalized license plate because the state of Tennessee ... Read More »

Popular “Ice, Custard, Happiness” Cool Treat Store Now Open

Rita's of Murfreesboro

Rita’s Italian Ice®, the world’s largest Italian Ice concept with over 600 stores, announced it has opened its newest store in Tennessee in Murfreesboro at ... Read More »

Owners Seek Stolen Truck


Have you seen this truck?  This truck was stolen Saturday night from the Chapel Hill tractor pull.     “Could you guys PLEASE post this ... Read More »

City Golf Department is not just kicking around the idea of ‘FootGolf’

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The growing sport of FootGolf is coming to a golf course near you. The City of Murfreesboro Golf Department will kick off the new style ... Read More »

Three incoming MT players named All-State

Mackenzie Prince pitching for Smyrna High School

Three incoming Middle Tennessee signees were named to their respective Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State Softball teams Saturday. Makenzie Prince, a pitcher for Smyrna, ... Read More »

Team, boosters help raise money for Stewarts Creek H.S. practice field


Stewarts Creek High School in Rutherford County finally has a practice field for its football team. Boosters and members of the football team helped raise ... Read More »

MTSU extends botanical research pact in China through 2021

MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and Miao Jianhua, director of the Guangxi Botanical Garden of Medicinal Plants in Nanning, China, shake hands in front of a group of supporters after signing an agreement Monday to extend a research pact between the entities until 2021. MTSU professors Iris Gao and Elliot Altman and state Sen. Bill Ketron, shown standing from left behind McPhee, accompanied the president to the ceremony.

Middle Tennessee State University signed an agreement Monday to extend its research partnership with the world’s largest medicinal herb garden in China through 2021. The ... Read More »

‘Saddle Up’ July 31 with MTSU to give happy cowpokes a hand

Some of Rutherford County’s finest cowgirls and cowboys are ready for the annual Saddle Up fundraiser for MTSU’s Ann Campbell Early Learning Center July 31 at the MTSU Foundation House. Get more details by clicking on this photo. (Photos courtesy of the Ann Campbell Early Learning Center at MTSU)

Get ready to give some of Rutherford County’s finest young wranglers a hand Thursday, July 31, at the annual “Saddle Up” fundraiser for MTSU’s Ann ... Read More »

Nell Katherine Hartman obituary

Woodfin Funeral Chapel Murfreesboro

Nell Katherine Hartman, age 88 of LaVergne died Tuesday. She was a native of Obion, TN and was preceded in death by her husband, Dorris ... Read More »

Medication Stolen By Woman’s Church “Friends”

Police Report

Report details incident on 7/21/14 – Edited for only anonymity of suspects and safety of officers involved. CHARGES FILED:  Theft Under $500 Burglary On 7/21/14  Officer A ... Read More »

Dog Bites Man Taking Out The Trash


Report details incident on 7/21/14 – Edited for only anonymity of suspects and safety of officers involved. CHARGES FILED:  Animal Bite   On July 21, 2014 ... Read More »

Program Needs Mentors For Scholars

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  The City of Murfreesboro is supporting a partnership between the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce and tnAchieves,, with a public campaign to help increase ... Read More »

Tennessee Ranked 36th, Improves Kids Count Ranking


Tennessee ranks 36 this year in the annual Kids Count National Data Book ranking on child well being. It’s still in the bottom half of ... Read More »