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'Witch hunt,' says Womick of Durham investigation
'Witch hunt,' says Womick of Durham investigation

State Rep. Rick Womick may be on his way out of office but not before taking parting shots at top Republican leaders and asking the attorney general where the office finds authority to investigate a state legislator.

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MTSU senior's cross-country flight retraces pioneer's path
MTSU senior's cross-country flight retraces pioneer's path

Middle Tennessee State University senior Collin McDonald of Carthage, Tennessee, left Murfreesboro May 19 to begin a month-long cross-country journey following the path aviation pioneer Cal Rodgers flew more than 100 years ago.

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City steps up mosquito-fighting in problem areas
City steps up mosquito-fighting in problem areas

Murfreesboro is increasing efforts to battle mosquitoes this spring by eliminating larvae with a mosquito-attacking, bacteria-based larvacide known at Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti).

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City construction projects for May 22-28
City construction projects for May 22-28
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RuCo legislators react to bathroom directive
RuCo legislators react to bathroom directive

Rutherford County legislators are joining Republican outrage over a federal letter directing states to allow transgender students to use restrooms matching their gender identity.

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LPD Officer Spotlight: Field Training Officer Kenneth Vaughn
LPD Officer Spotlight: Field Training Officer Kenneth Vaughn


Whether a home invasion, fatal wreck or a domestic dispute, police officers are usually the first to arrive at a scene.

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Educator of the Year 2016
Educator of the Year 2016

Members of the National Federation of the Blind, MTSU Student Chapter were asked to nominate one of their professors for Educator of the Year.

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Jail cleared in inmate deaths investigation, says DA

Following TBI investigations, the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office has been cleared by the District Attorney's Office in the deaths of two people who committed suicide in the jail early this year.

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Early morning house fire on Franklin Road
Early morning house fire on Franklin Road

Upon arrival, firefighters encountered heavy flames coming from the behind the home.

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Juvenile rape linked to arrests at Hobgood
Juvenile rape linked to arrests at Hobgood

At least three of 10 elementary-age children arrested last month, including some handcuffed at Hobgood Elementary School, are connected to a separate case in which four boys, ages 10-11, are charged with raping a girl, according to a source The Post has chosen not to name.

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Morning fire at Sir Pizza
Morning fire at Sir Pizza

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department officials say the Sir Pizza located at 110 Veterans Parkway will be closed until further notice due to an early morning fire.

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March STARS recipient announced
March STARS recipient announced

Tony Burkhart, a customer service field representative for the Murfreesboro Water & Sewer Department, has been named STARS award recipient for May 2016.

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Two students to win free cars from Newton Nissan
Two students to win free cars from Newton Nissan

Newton Nissan will be giving away cars to two students this summer and the better their grades, the more chances they have to win.

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Chalk it up to a sign of the times
Chalk it up to a sign of the times

'Public art' gathers ideas for downtown, old church.

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First fruits
First fruits

Rutherford County's farmers market is back.

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DesJarlais and Starrett lock horns ahead of primary
DesJarlais and Starrett lock horns ahead of primary

U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais and Grant Starrett are trading barbs as the 4th Congressional District Republican primary approaches, the challenger questioning the incumbent's pro-life stance and the congressman labeling his opponent an out-of-touch rich kid.

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Candidates in congressional race release conflicting poll results
Candidates in congressional race release conflicting poll results

U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais is releasing polling numbers showing he has a commanding lead over Republican Grant Starrett, while the challenger has his own poll showing it's too close to call.

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SRO scholarships awarded
SRO scholarships awarded

Seven high school seniors each received $1,000 scholarships from the Rutherford County Sheriff's School Resource Officers.

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City construction projects for May 16-21
City construction projects for May 16-21
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County raises legal fees, expands BZA

Commission also approves $44.5 mil in school bonds.

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Electrifying news! MED worth nearly $423 mil
Electrifying news! MED worth nearly $423 mil

Value exceeds city's entire debt, council and Power Board learn.

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MTSU signs agreement with China's Zhejiang University of Science and Technology
MTSU signs agreement with China's Zhejiang University of Science and Technology

Pact reunites President McPhee with friend from Confucius Institute's founding.

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City school board wants raise for chair
City school board wants raise for chair

With Campbell abstaining, vote is 5-0 to send request to city council.

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Budget and Finance highlights
Budget and Finance highlights
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Cope on hold?
Cope on hold?

At least three Rutherford County commissioners say County Attorney Jim Cope could be on hold as the county's counsel until questions about possible insider trading in a Pinnacle banking deal are resolved.

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