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Thursday, August 15, 2013

TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Secretary of State John Kerry is warning that the continuing chaos in Egypt is a blow to restoring peace and democracy in the country.  Another day of violence could flare up today, after more than 400 people were killed yesterday in bloody clashes between protesters and security forces working to end sit-ins by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi [[ MORE-see ]]. 
And here's where OUR soldiers may get pulled in... a leading Republican senator is warning that continued violence in Egypt will hit Americans in the pocketbook...

Friday, August 9, 2013

FIRST, LET ME GET YOU SOME INFO ABOUT FUN THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!
There's been a lot of stress and some really fearful moments this week. So let's start by seeing a few things that are going on this weekend.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

TRAFFIC, RAIN AND YOUR RIDE IN
What a morning we've had because of the rain! There were accidents, cars stranded in waist-high water -- mainly in the Madison, Bordeaux and Whites Creek areas. Jerry Barlar with our Weather partner, News2, says there've been water rescues going on all morning, including one with a family and a four-week-old baby. There's a screenshot of the infant on the Mix Facebook page. The little thing was in his carseat and slept through the whole thing.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

RAIN FOR THE TITANS GAME/NEW BAG RULES IN EFFECT THURSDAY

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

THURSDAY is Miracle Treat Day!  It's where you can stop in at Dairy Queen to buy a blizzard and a portion of the proceeds to to the Childrens' Miracle Network, hospitals that include the Monroe Carell Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. The Mix Street team will be at the Dairy Queen, 831 Nolensville Pike, Thursday afternoon from 3 to 4. Buy a blizzard, help a kid. 

Monday, August 5, 2013

SECURITY CONCERNS CLOSE U.S. EMBASSIES AROUND THE WORLD
Almost 20 U.S. embassies and consulates in largely Muslim countries will remain closed this week due to possible terrorist attacks.  The State Department says it's just being cautious, after an al-Qaeda threat. The threat reportedly was specific about how enormous the attack by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula would be. 

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