Anna's News

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

NASHVILLE ZOO JOB FAIR CONTINUES TUESDAY
www.nashvillezoo.org

Friday, February 15, 2013

In Today's News, below: the crippled cruise ship and its passengers are finally home, where to see the asteroid online, videos of the meteor that hit Russia, Tiffany sues Costco, and even light drinking increases your cancer risk.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

CRUISE SHIP COMES TO SHORE TODAY
http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/14/travel/cruise-ship-fire/index.html
There are 42 hundred people who will be wanting to kiss the ground when the disabled Carnival cruise ship Triumph gets to land in Alabama this afternoon. They're being pulled to shore after an engine room fire left the ship dead-in-the-water last Sunday. Passengers have reported sewage sloshing around in hallways, flooded rooms and trouble getting enough to eat.
 

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

In Today's News, below: the latest on the stranded cruise ship, what the President says about mininum wage, Project Homeless Connect is today, more of us think of pets as family, wrestling will no longer be an Olympic sport, and see the Best in Show from the dog show.

CRUISE SHIP SLOWLY COMING TO SHORE

Tuesday, February 11, 2013

In Today's News, below: gas prices spike, where to see the Presiden't speech online tonight, a hazing investigation at Vanderbilt, a new soda marketed for breakfast, the puppy perks at the Westminster Dog Show, and an 'incident' involving a local judge, a sheriff's deputy and his handgun is being called a 'miscommunication.' 

U.S. GAS PRICES JUMP 25 CENTS OVER PAST 2 WEEKS

Monday, February 11, 2013

POPE RESIGNS
The Pope is resigning. The 85-year-old Pope Benedict the 16th will step down on February 28th, because he says he's just not strong enough to do the job any longer. The Vatican expects a new Pope to be chosen by the end of March.

Friday, February 8, 2013

BLIZZARD HEADED TO NORTHEAST
Millions of people across the Northeast are bracing for a blizzard.  The National Weather Service is forecasting up to two-feet of snow and winds up to 60 miles an hour. Relief agencies like the REd Cross and Salvation Army are getting crews ready to help, as hundreds of thousands of people may be without power, in the freezing cold.. by tomorrow morning. The most severe weather is expected to hit Massachusetts this afternoon. 

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

In Today's News, below: the postal service looks to be finally ending Saturday delivery, the Boy Scouts may rule on whether to lift the gay ban, the Robins-- a sign of spring-- are back, baby boomers are unhealthier than their parents, and a couple wins the lottery twice, in one day!

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