A car chase across county lines June 24 resulted in one fatality and multiple injuries in Murfreesboro, including injuries sustained by a young child.
One year after an unsolved arson wreaked havoc on the Legal Aid Society's Murfreesboro office, the workspace is in even better shape than before.
"Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo, 20, known to friends and family as Omar, was killed in the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida."
Policies passed include allowing religion in curriculum.
People outside the inner circle of JailCigs operations at Rutherford County jail started figuring out who ran the company in the summer of 2014. But it took 10 months before a full-blown FBI-TBI investigation would peel away the layers.
An arrest warrant has been issued by the Rutherford County Grand Jury for Quantavios Dance for giving false information to law enforcement (TCA 39-16-501).
Schools Director Odom, principals plead to keep full-time officers.
"This is pretty intense. I didn't expect it to be this intense," said first-time Smyrna air show visitor Donald Miltenberger of Murfreesboro, gazing into the sky beside his son Michael, 9, at the spectators' fence.
Mostly, the Murfreesboro City Council decided to wait to decide what to do Thursday night. First, it decided to postpone discussing a proposed 2.5 percent increase in the city's hotel/motel room tax, at least until August - which means the tax increase will not be part of the 2016-17 budget unless it's added back in later.
Under indictment on a litany of federal charges, Rutherford County Chief Administrative Deputy Joe Russell is requesting a taxpayer-funded public defender to represent him even as he plans to build a Lascassas home worth nearly $600,000.
As expected, Rutherford County's sheriff, chief administrative deputy and uncle filed not guilty pleas in federal court and avoided arraignment.
The Rutherford County Commission is one step away from trying to take legal action to force indicted Sheriff Robert Arnold from office.
An MTSU professor whose work on stemming the spread of the Zika virus pandemic has attracted attention from pharmaceutical companies will be the guest on the next "MTSU On the Record" radio program.
You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!
Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: