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The suspect, Clifton Odell, has come up with all sorts of money-making schemes, but his crime spree came to an end Feb. 3.
Now that the creek has been cleaned of waste, water samples are being collected.
Ahead of his scheduled June 19 trial, Brandon Bowling agreed to plead guilty to second degree murder and aggravated rape.
Officials said there isn’t a threat to the public after sewage leaked into a Smyrna creek over the weekend.
Crews have wrapped up and will be back Monday morning to remove the grass and top soil to safely dispose of it.
After a man was hit and killed last July, local and state officials installed an improved crosswalk to help with safety.
Some patients have seen a drastic reduction in the number of seizures since using cannabis oil.
A few people in Smyrna didn’t think twice and purchased several $1 candy bars using their debit cards. The next day several fraudulent charg…
Someone saw your story and reached out to a family member on Facebook to reunite them with their lost loved ones.
One customer on a fixed income said her bill has never been over $500 in the coldest of winters, but she just got one for $800.
Makeshift memorials now sit outside the school, full of balloons and flowers in orange and blue–the school’s colors.
It was one of the biggest gang rings to be dismantled in Middle Tennessee.
Fire officials say even though their fire trucks are huge and weigh quite a bit, they still have to be careful trying to navigate the danger…
With temperatures dropping below freezing last night, it didn’t help things as some of that snow turned to ice, making it a slippery commute…
The city of Murfreesboro will treat its own streets and state road crews will take care of state routes and the interstate.
The medicine is normally prescribed to hospice patients or people in severe chronic pain.
In 2015, the state legislature passed a bill that closed 308 certified pain clinics in one day.