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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

HACKERS ARE MEAN
The hackers are winning. A survey of cyber crime finds that online attackers breaking into computers to steal information and interfere with business are more technologically advanced than those trying to stop them. Three out of four respondents in the survey of U.S.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

MOST STOLEN CARS

You are the only one who loves your Honda. According to LoJack's annual list of the most stole cars, the Accord and Civic are the two most popular among thieves. Rounding out the top five: Toyota Camry and Corolla and the Chevy Silverado rounding out the top five. Also black cars were stolen more than any other color.

NON-ANTHRAX HEARING
A Tennessee prisoner accused of sending threatening letters to Gov.

Friday, May 23, 2014

FRIDAY IS DON'T FRY DAY TO PREVENT SKIN CANCER
The American Cancer society has declared today DON'T FRY day, and reminds you to add sunscreen to your weekend shopping list, and to wear a hat, and sunglasses when you're outside. Skin cancer kills at least 9 thousand people a year.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

ACCIDENT THAT KILLED METRO POLICE OFFICER RECREATED.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

NEW TERRORIST THREATS?
Our U.S. intelligence community is said to be getting quite concerned about a new stream of threats from al-Qaeda. CNN is reporting that there are threats of attacks inside the United States, and American and Western targets in Europe. A senior U.S. official says, so far, none of the threats has been corroborated.

MOST WANTED ALLEGED CHILD RAPIST CAPTURED AFTER THREE YEARS
One of Tennessee's Top 10 most-wanted fugitives has been captured.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

CHINA WARNS OF RETALIATION
China is warning the United States that they'll retaliate if the U.S. moves forward with charges against five Chinese military officers accused of cyberspying.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Monday that several American companies were targeted by Chinese military officers and China has been quick to the defense.

Monday, May 19, 2014

GAS PRICES GOING DOWN. YAY!
At least gas prices have stopped going up. For now. Gas prices dropped a few cents for the first time in about three months of going up, up, up. The national average is just under three-69 a gallon.

LOCAL: METRO ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL ISSUES URGENT PLEA FOR ADOPTION
Metro Animal Care and Control is issuing a plea to the public to come out and adopt a pet
Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) is issuing a plea to the public to come out and adopt a so-called Extended Stay dog, one who's been there long enough they're out of time.

Friday, May 16, 2014

CALIFORNIA FIRES
The weather is finally getting on the side of firefighters in Southern California's San Diego County.  Temperatures are falling and the winds are dying down, but fire crews are facing a new enemy in the so-called "Firenadoes".  Those are giant funnels of flames that look like tornadoes.  The fires have destroyed at least 25 homes so far and claimed one life.
 Cops say two people are in custody for allegedly starting one of the brush fires burning in northern San Diego County. 

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

TMZ OPENS UP SHOP IN NASHVILLE
Part of Nashville's charm is that celebrities live here, but we don't BOTHER them so they can actually LIVE their lives in a nearly-normal fashion when they're not on stage. But, that may be changing! TMZ, a celebrity gossip Web site, has opened a branch office in Nashville, to start following stars around, and looking for celebrity news to report.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

RAINY DAY MEANS MORE CRASHES
This is a weather day where you want to give yourself extra time for any trip you need to make. We have rain in the forecast, with some severe storms possible this afternoon and tonight, and there will be crashes to get around. Better to leave a few minutes early, instead of getting in a hurry.
Keep in mind, if you're running late and trying to speed on a day like today, that if you crash, you'll certainly be more than 5 or 10 minutes late.

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