MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- WMOT News continues a series of stories that examine those small slices of the Tennessee economy that have prospered during hard times.
Public higher education in Tennessee experienced remarkable growth during the economic downturn. The state’s two public systems, the Tennessee Board of Regents system and the University of Tennessee system, both experienced significant enrollment increases over the past five years
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP/WMOT) — A Tennessee prison inmate now stands indicted for the murder of his wife 25 years ago.
Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold announced Monday that his Cold Case Unit had developed new evidence in the death of Deborah Sherfiled Bess.
The evidence was presented to the Rutherford County Grand Jury, resulting in a first-degree murder indictment against 63-year-old Moses Bess. It charges Bess with fatally shooting his then 38-year-old wife, Deborah, at the couple's home in Aug., 1986.
Prof. Erin Rehberg, from the Departments of Dance and University Studies, will present "Mother Tongues: The Kinetics of Genetics" as part of the Women's and Gender Studies Research Series, this Thursday from 3-4pm in the Faculty Senate Room (JUB 100).
As always, this presentation is free and open to the public, and students are especially welcome to attend.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS) -- The United States Supreme Court is hearing arguments this week about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, perhaps the most far-reaching piece of legislation in decades. You’ll be able to read about the oral arguments, and you’ll be able to hear the audio. But what you won’t get is the chance to see the justices or the attorneys make their arguments.
It’s time for the Court to televise at least some of its proceedings, particularly those cases that have wide-spread impact on ordinary citizens.