Joe Black Hayes, a former Tennessee team captain who spent nearly two decades as a Middle Tennessee assistant coach, has died. He was 98.
Despite a top-dollar renovation at a Murfreesboro city school, a brand new heating unit froze up, leaving several classrooms too cold for learning.
A mosque in Rutherford County has been open for more than a year, but it seems the legal battle against it is not over.
Murfreesboro police say several days of phone threats against the Rutherford County sheriff have turned into a harassment case.
More than a month after a horrific carbon monoxide poisoning accident at the Talladega race track that killed her husband, a Murfreesboro woman is slowly getting better.
Several students voluntarily went to the hospital this week after they claimed their substitute bus driver slammed on the brakes so hard it sent them head-first into the seats in front of them.
Murfreesboro police officers are on the scene where they say a mobile meth lab has been found inside a backpack.
A man who was told to stop calling 911 if there was no emergency apparently didn't heed the warning.
A business may have been damaged after a blasting incident Monday afternoon in Rutherford County.
Millions of people logged in to their computers to shop on what's become known as Cyber Monday. And if you snagged a gift from amazon.com, there's a good chance it's being shipped from a giant warehouse right here in Tennessee.
Folks at a La Vergne non-profit are hoping bargain hunters won't forget them this shopping season.
Cab rides can be costly depending on where you're headed. A ride to a restaurant sounds routine enough, but it's what happened next that landed a cabbie in handcuffs.
A Murfreesboro family will need to find a new place to stay after a fire destroyed their home on Thanksgiving.
Former attorney John E. Clemmons is sentenced to 8 years for stealing from a dementia patient who was his ward.
A Murfreesboro man is claiming victory, at least for now, after city officials wanted to build a new greenway on his property. Officials wanted to take his land, and turn his custom, hand-built home into a park office.
Things have taken a frustrating turn in the case of a missing man in Coffee County.
State officials say that automotive seat manufacturer NHK Seating of America Inc. plans to expand its facility in Murfreesboro, adding 94 jobs in the process.