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Friday, January 16, 2015

GUESTS AT GAYLORD GETTING SICK… HEALTH DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATING
There’s a POTENTIALLY widespread illness that’s hitting guests at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center. News 2 reporters say they’ve gotten word of guests taken to the hospital, and the health department is investigating.
(The Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, located off Briley Parkway east of downtown Nashville, has more than 2,000 guest rooms.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR DEADLY WRONG-WAY CRASH
The woman who police say was drunk when she was traveling the wrong way on Interstate 65 and hit a Corvette, killing its driver, told officers on the scene that SHE had been hit by a wrong-way driver. Police arrested 38-year-old Delois Beasley Tuesday, after she was released from the hospital, and charged her with vehicular homicide by intoxication and vehicle assault.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

SNOW / ICY SPOTS CAUSE DRIVER TROUBLE
There are icy spots on many bridges, overpasses, secondary roads, and already several crashes. PLEASE take your time. The dangerous part is that much of the roads look clear, till you hit that icy spot.

SCHOOL CLOSINGS
Rutherford County schools closed for today (Wednesday).

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

MUSIC ROW DESIGNATED AS A NATIONAL TREASURE 
Now that Music Row has been designationed as a "National Treasure" by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, what does that mean?
First, it means places like the historic Studio A, where the announcement was made yesterday, will be safe from being torn down.

Monday, January 12, 2015

MAJOR CITIES ON ALERT AFTER ISIS PUTS OUT NEW TERROR THREATS
(CNN)—New York City Police Department and other law enforcement personnel responded to a threat from ISIS after someone re-released a September 2014 message that tells followers to "rise up and kill intelligence officers, police officers, soldiers, and civilians."
   The threat specifically named the United States, France, Australia and Canada as targets.
   NYPD employees were told to "remain alert and consider tactics

Friday, January 9, 2014

MNPS APOLOGIZES FOR LATE CANCELLATION NOTICE THURSDAY
Kids are back at school today, but there's still some fallout from yesterday's late notice of school closings by Metro Nashville Public Schools.

Thursday, January 8, 2014

FRIGID BLAST HAS HIT!
This cold weather is going to be around awhile. We're not going to be above freezing until at least Saturday.
And there are a lot of schools closed because of it.

Wednesday, January 6, 2015

FRIGID BLAST ACROSS U.S. THIS WEEK
Here we go, with the coldest temperatures of the year. Temperatures are dropping into the single digits and windchills will be down below zero. If what's happened in the past holds true, not everyone will survive this cold snap. There've already been at least a couple of cold-weather-related deaths, and Glen Cranfield, the President of the Nashville Rescue Mission, says it's especially sad because it's preventable. One man who died as he slept on church steps may have thought he'd be okay because he was wrapped in a blanket.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

FRIGID BLAST ACROSS U.S. THIS WEEK
Homeless shelters are gearing up for a lot of extra people who'll need a warm place to stay overnight the next few nights. We're expecting cold temperatures down into the single digits, which is too dangerous to sleep outside, so Nashville Rescue Mission, Room in the Inn, and local churches are all looking out for people who need a place to keep warm. If you see someone out in the bitter cold tomorrow night or the next, you can call Metro police, 862-8600, or the Nashville Rescue Mission...

Monday, January 5, 2015

FRIGID BLAST ACROSS U.S. THIS WEEK
You may wanna start saving up now for the heating bill at the end of the month. We’re about to get hit with two rounds of sub-freezing air from the arctic, that’s going to drop our temperatures here into the single digits later this week,  with wind-chills below zero! 
The Nashville Rescue Mission will be out looking for people who are without a place to keep warm overnight.

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