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Wednesday March 27, 2013

FORGIVE THE GROUNDHOG 

Wednesday March 27, 2013

FORGIVE THE GROUNDHOG 

Tuesday March 26, 2013

SEALT BELT FINE

Tennessee lawmakers will consider raising the fine for not wearing a seat belt today. The Senate Finance Committee will discuss it today; the House later on. Currently the penalty for not wearing a seat belt is a whopping $10--not much of an incentive. Bill sponsors want to raise that to $50.

Friday, March 22, 2013

LIPSCOMB FOOTBALL COACH DIES
Students and faculty at Lipscomb University are remembering their longtime football coach today. Coach Glenn McCadams passed away yesterday after a short battle with cancer. He was 66.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

MIX 92-9 SINGING STAR WINNER ANNOUNCED
Tomorrow (Friday) morning just after 6:40, make sure you're listening to Mix 92.9 or listening on line at www.mix929.com to hear the winner of the Mix 92.9 Singing Star Competition. The local student who wins will get $1,000 and that student's school will also receive $1,000. Will it be Abbie Garret or Collin Peterson?

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

TONIGHT'S POWERBALL JACKPOT: 260-MILLION DOLLARS
You may want to stop by the convenience store on the way home, or pick up a Powerball ticket when you get groceries. The jackpot for tonight's Powerball drawing is up to 260-million-dollars. Lottery-funded scholarships and grants helped over 100-thousand people  last year in Tennessee. If you already have your tickets, check for the WINNING NUMBERS HERE

ANNA MARIE'S PICK STORY OF THE DAY!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

WEATHER SERVICE CONFIRMS TORNADOES HIT RUTHERFORD, DICKSON COUNTIES
The National Weather Service confirmed we did have at least two tornadoes in those storms that blew through yesterday morning. An EF-0 tornado with winds 80-85 miles per hour in the Christiana area in Rutherford County near Interstate 24, and another tornado, likely an EF-1 with winds at least 86 miles an hour, hit  near Vanleer in Dickson County. 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013


TRIAL UNDERWAY FOR HENDERSONVILLE WOMAN LINDSEY LOWE
The trial of a Hendersonville woman accused of smothering her newborn twins is under way, and both sides agree that she made no preparations for the babies' births. Prosecutors, though, say that means the 26 year old never intended for the babies to live. Defense attorneys argued that Lowe had blocked the pregnancy from her mind, and say she didn't even know what was happening when she started to give birth.

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