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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

EBOLA SCREENINGS TO START AT AIRPORTS
Health officials will be announcing new Ebola screening procedures at U.S. airports in the next few days. Part of the new protocols may include screening passengers after they land in the U.S., to try and catch those who may have developed symptoms of the virus during the flight. The Obama administration has said they are still not considering an international travel ban.

VITAL SIGNS REPORT SHOWS NASHVILLE TRANSPORTATION ISSUES 
What do you think is the number one issue that would keep Nashville from prospering?

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

METRO OEM CALLED INTO ACTION OVER STORMS
There'll be some calls made to insurance companies today... after storms, and HAIL hit parts of Middle Tennessee. Storms were so strong in some areas, that Metro's Office of Emergency Management activated part of their Emergency Operations Center, to be ready to deal with any issues. Brentwood got hail just after 3p.m., some of it quarter-sized, and then hail in Rutherford County later last night.

Monday, October 6, 2014

REMAINS FOUND BEHIND HERMITAGE APARTMENTS
What a horrible thing to stumble upon. Some kids playing behind the Jackson Grove Apartments in Hermitage yesterday found what police say appears to be a human skull. They're investigating.

VANDY DOCTORS WARN OF 'THE FIRE CHALLENGE' 
The insanity is spreading.

Friday, October 3, 2014

WEATHER STUFF
There were some strong storms in parts of Middle Tennessee overnight; some strong winds, and there may be limbs or debris in the road, so just be extra cautious as you do your driving today.

TODAY IS WALK TO SCHOOL DAY
Today was Walk to School Day here in Nashville. We were invited to let the kids walk to school, and if possible, to walk with them. A lot of us walked to school when we were kids, but now our children don't.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

SECRET SERVICE HEAD RESIGNS
The head of the Secret Service has resigned. Julia Pierson is out, new leadership on the way in, after recent security breaches.

TEXAS HOSPITAL SAYS IT MADE MISTAKES ABOUT EBOLA
Officials at a Dallas hospital are admitting they messed up in diagnosing a patient there who has Ebola. The patient came in, told the nurse he had just come in from Liberia and was showing symptoms but either the hospital protocol wasn't in place or wasn't followed, because she didn't tell anyone else, and sent him home.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

ISIS AIR STRIKES
The Obama Administration is keeping the pressure on ISIS forces in Syria, with at least 20 air strikes in the past 24 hours. It was focused mainly in an area where ISIS is trying to take over a Kurdish town.
The increase in airstrikes comes as Britain joins the air war against the militant force that controls broad stretches of Syria and Iraq. 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

U.S TROOPS TO STAY IN AFGHANISTAN
The U.S.

Monday, September 29, 2013

BATTLE OF FRANKLIN
The restoration of a historic battlefield in Franklin is forcing a few businesses to find new homes. Among them, a pizza place and a family owned tortilla business. In 2012 Civil War preservationists raised $1.8 million to buy the Columbia Avenue building in Franklin. Archaeologists recently unearthed new pieces from the Battle of Franklin which was fought in the parking lot of the complex.

Friday, September 26, 2014

COALITION BOMBING CONTINUES
Coalition jets are dropping more bombs on ISIS-held oilfields in eastern Syria. We're apparently trying to take out the crude oil that ISIS sells to fund its terrorist operations.

ROB BIRONAS’ FATHER SAYS SON’S LIFE NOT THE LAST 30 MINUTES
The memorial service was yesterday for Rob Bironas... the former Titans kicker who died in a one-vehicle crash Saturday night.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

NO STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS FOUND AT POLK BUILDING AFTER EVACUATION
Workers at the James K. Polk State Office Building had a break yesterday, but for a weird reason. Several workers say they felt the 18-story building shaking or swaying. Engineers were called in and say they haven't found any structural problems, but they're putting in some monitoring devices, and the workers go back in today. The James K.

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