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Monday, June 24, 2013

MUSEUM'S EGYPTIAN STATUE MOVING BY ITSELF
Whoa! This is so weird, and so cool! There's an Egyptian statue at a Museum in Manchester, England, in a glass-enclosed case, that's been caught on time-lapse video, moving by itself!

WILDFIRE IN COLORADO
They're still fighting wildfires in Colorado. The West Fork Fire has burned more than 70 THOUSAND acres and threatens the town of South Fork. 

Friday, June 21, 2013

WEEKEND EVENTS YOU MAY WANT TO CHECK OUT
LIGHT EXHIBIT AT CHEEKWOOD
The Bruce Munro light exhibit — happening at Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art,   www.cheekwood.org

Thursday, June 20, 2013

NASHVILLE DANCIN' IS TONIGHT
Free, live concerts at Riverfront Park. Parking is free, shuttle to Riverfront is free, and shows are free!
Get all the info HERE.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

FIRES IN WESTERN UNITED STATES
Hot temperatures plus high winds are making it difficult for fire crews to gain the upper hand on wildfires throughout the Western United States. The most devastating is still the Black Forest Fire in Colorado.
In Arizona, a wildfire burning about 100 miles north of Phoenix grew to five-thousand acres in just a matter of hours yesterday.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013


AFGHAN TROOPS IN CHARGE OF SECURITY FOR THEIR OWN COUNTRY
Afghan troops are now in charge of security across their own country.  NATO-led forces have now turned over control for the last 95 districts in Afghanistan...  where troops from the U.S. and other countries had been in charge since 2001. They started turning over security control three years ago. 

Monday, June 17, 2013


TITANS TO ANNOUNCE THIS WEEK HOW IT’LL HANDLE NEW BAG RULES AT GAMES
The Titans will announce this week how they’ll handle new rules about size limits on bags permitted at football games.
The National Football League came up with the new rules after the Boston Marathon bombings.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

TORNADO DAMAGE IN KY.
Things got pretty dark and menacing for awhile last night as storms rolled through. No tornadoes were reported here in Middle Tennessee, but people in Southern Kentucky are cleaning up after an EF2 tornado hit near Adairville. It plowed a path as much as 300 yards wide and about 5 miles long. There were at least three injuries, though none are life-threatening. 

Monday, June 10, 2013

ANDREA STILL SOAKING THE EAST COAST, TN. GETS CHANCE RAIN
While we have only about a 50/50 chance of rain in our forecast, people along the east coast are getting soaked today with as much as 6 inches of rain, a final parting gift from Tropical Storm Andrea. There are still flash flood watches in effect in more than a dozen states from Georgia to Maine.

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