NEW VIDEO RELEASED IN KIDNAP-SLAYING CASE Police are still looking for the two girls kidnapped by Adam Mayes, who's suspected of killing a Tennessee mom and her oldest daughter. And now police have new video of Mayes, with a shorter haircut, that they're hoping you'll watch, so you will know him if you see him. The lives of the other two girls may depend on it. You can see the video by clicking the link above.
FULL SCALE EMERGENCY EXERCISE AT AIRPORT TUES If you drive in past the airport you need to remember that they're conducting a full-scale emergency drill today.. complete with similated aircraft problems, fake victims and emergency crews on the scene. it's only a test, and it'll take place between 9:30 and noon today at BNA. They have to do this every three years.
SAKS FIFTH AVENUE HIRING There are more job fairs here in Nashville and Murfreesboro this week. The Saks Fifth Avenue distribution center in La Vergne is hiring, with job fairs from 8:30 to 3:30 today at the Tennessee Career Center at Metro Center ( 2200 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. ) and 8:30 to 3:30 Wednesday at the Career Center in Murfreesboro ( at 1313 Old Fort Parkway).
POLICE INVESTIGATE STONES RIVER MALL ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION Police warn you to be extra cautious when you're shopping... especially in Murfreesboro, where a man tried to kidnap a woman Wednesday night at Stones River Mall. The 56-year-old victim told police she'd opened the door of her van, then turned to find a man behind her waving a handgun. He demanded she get in the vehicle, but she had the sense to run back to the store, instead.
MAN ROBS ARMORED CAR IN GREEN HILLS http://www.wkrn.com/story/18064031/armored-car-robbed-in-green-hills Metro police are looking for the guy who robbed an armored car yesterday near Green Hills Mall. The crook sprayed the Loomis driver with pepper spray, grabbed the bag of money then ran to the Kroger parking lot, and got away in a small silver sedan with temporary tags. (You're asked to call Crimestoppers if you have information about the crime. 74-CRIME.
WHERE WERE YOU TWO YEARS AGO? http://nashville.about.com/od/weather/a/NashvilleFlood2010.htm It was two years ago today that the Nashville flood was in progress. Middle Tennessee got over 13 inches of rain in a two day period, pushing the Cumberland River nearly 12 feet above flood stage... forcing people out of their homes, closing businesses, and causing 11 deaths. You can call and let us know where you were two years ago today...
In Today's News, below: 3-year-old bitten by dog, lawsuits filed over Nashville Flood, Flood Anniversary this week, Teachers caught abusing students, traffic changes in Franklin, where you can get a job with full benefits, and more!
PREDATORS NOT YET PROFITABLE Millions of dollars in public funds and winning records aren't helping to turn the Nashville Predators into a profitable business. The"Tennessean," reports that the local ownership group has had to put up 60-million dollars of its own money to cover losses over the last five years, while the city has fronted almost 39-million.